AwesomeMath COVID-19 Update

Last updated 03-23-2020

We are in contact with our hosting universities on a regular basis and as of now, they are planning to host our camps. Therefore, we will move forward with student admissions. All three universities have special measures and protocols in place for disinfecting and deep cleaning their facilities.

You can check their response to COVID-19 here:

AwesomeMath staff will work in conjunction with our hosting universities to ensure the health and safety of all of our students and staff.


Last updated 03-17-2020
  • We would like to give you another update on the actions we are taking regarding COVID-19. We understand that with schools closures it may be difficult to obtain recommendation letters from your teachers. Therefore, we will waive the the two-recommendation letter requirement effective immediately. In lieu of recommendation letters, all applicants will be required to submit a parent’s statement.  New students please visit our how to apply page for updated changes to our application process.
  • The regular admissions payment deadline has been extended by two weeks to April 24, 2020.
  • Please visit our tuition page for updates to our refund policy.

Last updated 03-12-2020

With the heightened awareness and public concern regarding the spread of the conoravirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that we are carefully monitoring the situation. We are continuing to follow the guidelines of the federal, state, and local agencies, including the CDC and other health organizations, as student and faculty wellness are a top priority for us.

We reached out to our host universities and as of right now, there is no plan to cancel or adjust their summer camp/conference schedules. Therefore, we will move forward with the assumption that the 2020 AwesomeMath Summer programs will take place as scheduled. We will continue to accept applications and admit students according to our stated deadlines.

In the event we need to cancel one or more of the camps (we hope that this will not happen), we are developing options for our families so that they can choose what is best for them. Some of the options being considered are a revised tuition refund policy, next year tuition credit and online summer classes.

We will also work closely with our host universities in the coming weeks and months to support appropriate measures and respond appropriately to any issues that may arise during camp. Our contingency plan and protocols for supporting the health and safety of our participants and faculty will be communicated as appropriate.

Best wishes and stay healthy!

Titu and Alina Andreescu