Summer Program Tuition 2019
|Location||Early Bird||Regular||Late *|
|University of Puget Sound||N/A||$3,325||$3,500|
|Cornell University – Session 1||$4,400||$4,775||$4,950|
|Cornell University – Session 2||$4,400||$4,775||$4,950|
|University of Puget Sound||$4,400||$4,775||$4,950|
* A late application surcharge will be applied for all payments received after April 16, 2019.
Early Bird Discount
Students will be eligible for our early bird residential tuition rates if ALL of the following apply:
- Application is completed and received by January 20, 2019
- Payment is made by check, money order, or wire transfer
- Payment is received in our office no later than February 8, 2019
Note: Early Bird discount cannot be combined with any other discounts.
Students participating in both Cornell camps will receive a tuition discount totaling $400 if they apply during regular or late registration. This discount cannot be combined with the Early Bird discount.
Additional discounts may be applied to your invoice, if applicable (i.e. Sibling and/or Other Multi-Camp Attendance discounts).
A request to cancel enrollment in AMSP should be made in writing (email is preferred). If the request is received by May 1, 2019 for the UT Dallas location or May 23, 2019 for Cornell and Univ. of Puget Sound locations, the entire tuition will be refunded (except for an administrative fee of $150 to cover contractual obligations already made on the student’s behalf). For requests received after May 1, 2019 or May 23, 2019 respectively, no refund will be made unless the student is unable to attend the camp for medical reasons and has appropriate documentation from a physician. In this case, the tuition will be refunded as if the request had been received before May 1, 2019 (UT Dallas location) or May 23, 2019 (Cornell and Univ. of Puget Sound locations).
An exception to this policy is made for students who learn after applying that they have qualified for the Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program (MOSP), or for any country’s IMO training. A student in this situation may elect to attend that program and receive a full refund of the AMSP tuition and application fee.
Requests to cancel enrollment during the camp will be handled like a request made after May 1, 2019 or May 23, 2019. No refund will be given unless the student is unable to continue attending the camp due to medical reasons. If a student must leave the camp for medical reasons—as confirmed by a physician—the camp fee will be refunded on a pro-rated basis. Homesickness, for example, will not be considered as a reason for refunds.
Scholarships and Grants
There are a few scholarships and grants available from other organizations. Contact the granting organizations for more information.
- AwesomeMath will award two full scholarships to the top two finishers at the MATHCOUNTS National Competition.
- Mu Alpha Theta offers grants of up to $2,000 for members.
- Spirit of Ramanujan Global STEM Talent Search – Supports emerging engineers, mathematicians, and scientists who lack traditional institutional support through financial grants and mentorship opportunities.
We offer financial assistance to families on a very limited basis. We very rarely award full scholarships, but we try to work with families if our budget allows. Please keep in mind we are a small, private organization. Many summer camps are funded by Universities or have a nonprofit status, and therefore receive charitable donations to be used for financial aid and scholarships. Our organization does not benefit from such funding, so the funds we can allocate for these purposes are very limited. For financial assistance beyond anything we may provide, we always recommend you do your own research and consider finding a local sponsor to help pay for the tuition costs.
If your family wants to be considered for a reduced tuition rate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We cannot guarantee any financial assistance, but will be happy to review your situation and let you know if we can help you. To be considered, please provide us with ALL of the following:
- Submit a copy of parent/guardian’s most recently filed tax return (social security number/Tax ID should be marked out/not shown)
- Submit a copy of parent/guardian’s most recent bank statement used to pay monthly bills/utilities, etc.
- Submit a copy of parent/guardian’s most recent paycheck(s)
- What is parent/guardian’s gross monthly income from all sources?
- A written letter/email from the parent/guardian explaining in detail their financial situation and why you should be considered for financial aid
The above information along with your child’s online application, recommendation letters and test score will also be taken into consideration for the review.