The Huntington University Mathematics Competition is provided as a means of fostering mathematical interest and expertise among students.
The fall High School Mathematics Competition will be held Wednesday, October 22, 2014.
The contest is held at the Merillat Centre for the Arts (MCA) (see building #6 on the campus map). Teams should plan to check-in between 9 and 10 am. Directions to campus can be found here.
Registration is closed. Participation is limited to the first twenty teams to register. Registration closes October 15th.
Teams registered (final)
Fall 2014 High School Invitation letter (.pdf) Paper Registration Form (.pdf)
High School Competition Overview, Schedule, and Sample Questions
The spring Middle School Mathematics Competition will be held Wednesday, April 22, 2015.
On-line Registration will open March 1, 2015. Participation is limited to the first twenty teams to register. Registration closes April 15th.
Teams currently registered (updated daily)
Spring 2015 Middle School Invitation letter (.pdf)
Middle School Competition Overview, Schedule, and Sample Questions
Press Release for the spring middle school competition held Wednesday, April 16th, 2014.
Huntington University Mathematics
The growth of technology in our society presents greater needs for individuals with analytical skills and experience in the development and use of technologies. Concentrations in the mathematical sciences prepare students for a wide variety of careers requiring problem solving, logical reasoning, and applications of current technologies. The mathematics program at Huntington University combines the individual attention normally associated with small liberal arts colleges with the educational opportunities and research-active faculty normally found only at major universities.
The normal route into mathematics at Huntington University begins with a year of single-variable calculus followed by introductory linear algebra and multivariable calculus or perhaps probability and statistics and a course in differential equations. These courses prepare students for further work in mathematics, computer science, the physical sciences, and engineering and form the usual introduction to the Mathematics major. Students may accelerate their progress through Huntington's mathematics program through advanced placement programs at the high school level.
Directions and Contact Information
Both contests are held
at the Merillat Centre for the Arts (MCA) from 10:00 am. to 1 pm. Participants should arrive between 9 and 10
Directions to Huntington University. Campus Map (Note: MCA is building #6 on the campus map)
For more information regarding Huntington University High School Mathematics Competition, contact
Hosanna Burr (Student Coordinator)
Dr. Daniel Dobbs (Faculty Sponsor)