AMATYC Student Math League
The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (www.AMATYC.org) conducts a mathematics contest every year, the AMATYC Student Math League, giving one test in the fall and one in the spring. Participating colleges are divided into eight regions. New England colleges are in the Northeast region. Dates for the next Student Mathematics League Math Competition are at the AMATYC Student Math League web site.
The New England Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges is an affiliate of AMATYC and supports and encourages the participation of colleges in New England in this league. NEMATYC offers prizes to the top winner at each of five NEMATYC colleges.
are two tests given in the annual Student Math League (SML) contest, one in the
fall and one in the spring. Colleges may easily register with AMATYC to
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Click here to see a list of frequently asked questions about the student math league.