Summer Illinois Math (SIM) Camp is a week-long math day camp for middle and high school students hosted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Mathematics. Campers will see the creative, discovery driven side of mathematics. By showing them some of the ways mathematicians approach problems, SIM Camp hopes to encourage them to continue studying math beyond the high school level.
Please consider donating to the Department of Mathematics Outreach fund, which supports our Summer Illinois Math camp and other outreach initiatives. Your support helps our department fulfill Illinois' land grant mission.
The applications for SIM Camp 2023 are closed.
Camp Epsilon (for rising 8th grade through 10th grade students) is scheduled for the week 12-16 June. The applications for Epsilon are now closed.
Camp Delta (for rising 10th grade through 12th grade students) is scheduled for the week 26-30 June. The applications for Delta are now closed.
Lunch, writing supplies, sanitizers and other essentials will be provided.
SIM Camp will be held on the University of Illinois campus in Davenport Hall, classroom 230.
You can find more transportation information here.
Manisha Garg, Director
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Support is provided by:
- Office of Public Engagement, University of Illinois for a Public Engagement Grant
- Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois
- Illinois Geometry Lab, University of Illinois
- Association for Women in Mathematics, University of Illinois
- Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grant , Mathematical Association of America
- National Science Foundation , Grant Number DMS-1449269
Please consider donating to the Department of Mathematics Outreach fund, which supports our Summer Illinois Math camp and other outreach initiatives. Your support helps our department fulfill Illinois’s land grant mission.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DMS-1449269.