The Residential JSMC is a two-week, immersive summer program for middle school students (6th-8th grade) who are excited about doing mathematics. The goal of the program is to develop young students into creative and critical thinkers.
At the Residential Junior Summer Math Camp, we nurture students' interests and abilities to pursue higher-level math courses and degrees and careers in math, science, engineering, and many other fields.
The Residential JSMC Program is designed for students currently in 6th-8th grade. The students stay in a residence hall at Texas State University during the two weeks, and attend classes every day. Each group of four students is supervised by a counselor (undergraduate mentor). The program includes recreation in the afternoon, supervised study groups in the evenings, and special guest lectures.
Cost and Session Information
Expenses and Financial Aid
Total Cost: The program costs $1,600. Scholarships based on need may be available on request.
Your student's spot in the summer math program is ensured only when you have paid in full. Includes room and board, supplies, workbook, daily snack, and a math camp t-shirt. Students may receive need-based scholarships depending on family income and circumstances. Scholarships are provided by the Mathworks endowment and the generous support of foundations, corporations, and individuals.
Refund schedule: There is a non refundable $25 fee for application processing.(This fee is already included in your tuition and is not paid separately)
Full refund: if you withdraw your student before May 1st Half refund: if you withdraw your student before May 15th No refunds: if withdrawing on or after May 15th