Math Corps at CSU 2019 Summer Camp

The 2019 FREE Summer Camp will be held at Cleveland State University, and will run from June 17th - July 26th, 2019.

We are inviting students (current 6th and 7th graders) to participate as campers learning math and having fun! Middle School Student Applications

We are also recruiting high school students (current 9th-11th graders) as paid Teaching Assistants (TAs) to serve as tutors, role models, and mentors to our student campers. High School TA Applications

Please direct any questions about the Math Corps Summer Camp program and/or the application process to Dr. Carol Phillips-Bey at math.corps.csu@gmail.com or call (216) 272-7440.


6th and 7th Grade Students

To be eligible for the Math Corps at CSU 2019 Summer Camp, students must be:

  1. Currently in the 6th or 7th grade.
  2. Enrolled in a school in the greater Cleveland area.
  3. Committed to the goal of excelling in mathematics and willing to work hard to achieve that goal.
  4. Willing and able to exercise behavior appropriate to a university campus.

  • Download Middle School Application
  • Online Middle School Application
  • Middle School Applications are due by 5:00pm on Friday, April 12th.

    Returning Math Corps students will receive priority consideration provided their application is received by 5:00pm on Friday, February 15th.

    IMPORTANT: Applications must include the following to be considered:

    • An essay of at least 100 words.
    • A copy of the student's report card (MUST include name, classes/grades, attendance, GPA, etc.)
    • A letter of recommendation from a teacher or school counselor (ONLY if math grade is below a C-).

    For questions about the Summer Program, please call (216) 875-9704 or email math.corps.csu@gmail.com.


    Applications for the Super Saturday Program are now closed. For questions about the Super Saturday Program contact Dr. Francisca Richter at (216) 368-8686 or math.corps.csu@gmail.com.

    For Parents and Families:

    As made apparent in Math Corps' mission statement, parents and families hold a special and unique place in the Math Corps philosophy and are considered to play an integral role in the success of students.

    Here in the Math Corps program, we believe that the key to student success more than anything else is the active involvement of our students' families. As a result, we respectfully ask and expect that all of our parents/guardians will work to uphold the following high standards and expectations that we hold for all of our students:


          Policies & Expectations
    • We expect every student to attend every day, on time and prepared to learn.
    • We expect every student to have his/her homework completed everyday.
    • We expect every student to carry herself/himself in a manner that is respectful to all and befitting students learning at a major university.

    Tuition

    Tuition is free for all students thanks to funding from our generous donors.


    High School and College Students

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