MathCEP is dedicated to educational outreach. Its mission is to develop and administer educational programs in mathematics for pre-college, undergraduate and graduate students and for K-12 preservice/inservice teachers.
UMTYMP Entrance Exams 2016
UMTYMP Entrance Exams occur in the Spring for the following school year. The Registration Entrance Exam is available here.
Twin Cities tests take place April 9, 13 & 16.
Duluth test prep takes place on May 7, with tests on the 12 & 14. Rochester test prep takes place on May, with tests on the 14.
Detailed information about testing can be found on the
Testing Q & A page.
In order to complete this registration a portion of it must be completed by the student so make sure that they are available at the time of application.
Registration is open until all seats are filled. The registration is not complete until a check is received by our office.
Information for Math Analysis Families
After Exam 1, Professor Rogness met with Math Analysis students and parents to talk about UMTYMP Calculus and how it compares to the other options available to them. You can download an expanded version of the information presented there.
Enrichment Programs 2015-16
MathCEP has opened enrollment for the 2015-16 Enrichment Programs. PRIME is for students in grades 5 & 6. YES is for Grades 6 and 7. Details can be found here.
2015-16 UMTYMP Schedules -- Twin Cities Site
Calculus I has separate Wednesday and Thursday sessions. Reviews and tests will be held together, but other instructional sessions will be only on the specified night. Calculus II has a similar schedule on Wednesday and Thursday. Calculus III is similar, but on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Geometry / Math Analysis
- Calculus I (Wednesday)
- Calculus I (Thursday)
- Calculus II (Wednesday)
- Calculus II (Thursday)
- Calculus III (Tuesdsay)
- Calculus III (Wednesday)
- Advanced Topics
Undergraduate Math Journal
Many UMTYMP students and alumni work on research projects as undergraduates, or even while still in high school. MathCEP has collaborated with the Math Department and the Institute for Math and its Applications to create a new journal where undergraduates around the country can publish their work: the Minnesota Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics.