Welcome to MathCEP

MathCEP is dedicated to educational outreach. Its mission is to develop educational materials and programs for mathematics students and instructors at all levels. We interact with the broader mathematical community through enrichment and outreach programs for student, professional development for teachers, and the development of educational materials, curriculum and technology.

UMTYMP Qualifying Exam

Registration for the 2018 Qualifying Exams are open.

See our How to Join UMTYMP page for details and registration forms.

In the Twin Cities, the UMTYMP Exam Prep (Practice Exam) will be on February 10, 2018, from 9:30am-noon. Students who attend that session are also registered for one of the early exams, on February 17, 2018; testing times are 9:30am, 11:00am or 12:30pm. The regular qualifying exams will be held on:

  • April 7 (9:30, 11:00am, or 12:30pm),
  • April 11 (7:00pm), and
  • April 14 (9:30, 11:00am, or 12:30pm).

In Rochester, the exam preparation is Saturday, April 14 (9:30-noon) and the exam will be on Saturday, April 21 (10:00am or 11:30am).

In Duluth, the exam preparation is Saturday, April 21 (9:00-11:00am) and the exam will be on Thursday, April 26 (7:00pm) and Saturday, April 28 (9:00am or 11:00am).

The exam to qualify for UMTYMP Calculus will be held on May 15, 2018.  Students must have completed the high school math curriculum (through PreCalculus) by the end of the 2017-18 school year, and be in tenth grade or younger.

Enrichment Programs 2017-18

Enrollment is now open for our Saturday Enrichment Programs for students in grades 5-7.

Summer 2018 programs will be announced by the first week of March.  Check back for details!

Information about UMTYMP Calculus

On Thursday, 3/2/17, Professor Rogness met with Math Analysis students and families to talk about the differences between UMTYMP Calculus and other options.  You can download an expanded version of that presentation.

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.


Current students: click here for schedules, links to Moodle and Webwork, information about letters of recommendation, report absences, schedule makeup exams, and more.

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