NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

In agreement with the university's decisions about its summer programming, SPCS has come to the difficult decision that we cannot host students on campus for our residential programs this summer. Instead, we are exploring an online alternative to SUMaC this summer. We will continue to provide updates about the program change and more information about Stanford's response to the developing situation here.

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Stanford University Mathematics Camp

Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) welcomes a select group of mathematically talented rising high school juniors and seniors from around the world for intensive study in advanced mathematics.

Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)

When you come to Stanford University Mathematics Camp, not only will you engage in deep exploration of mathematics and develop as a mathematician, but you will be immersed in a community of others who share your mathematical talent and curiosity. For four weeks you will live on campus, make new friends, and be challenged intellectually. Many participants say the experience changed their lives.
Community of Thinkers
Share your summer with peers similarly passionate about mathematics.
Advanced Mathematics
Explore mathematics beyond the scope of what is typically taught in the classroom.
Explore Stanford's Campus
Live and learn on the beautiful Stanford campus.

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Our Stories

The Stanford University Mathematics Camp has taught students much more than key concepts in contemporary mathematics. Program participants have forged careers and friendships in what many, looking back, say was a life-changing experience. Meet Mykel Kochenderfer, Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Engineering at Stanford. Professor Kochenderfer attended SUMaC, then came to Stanford as a student and, ultimately, joined the faculty.

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