Columbia University Competitions in Math

Columbia Students grading high school student's test for the Columbia Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools.
Columbia Students grading high school student's test for the Columbia Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools. Photo Credit: Outreach Programs Staff

Columbia University Competitions in Math, a student group supported by the Engineering Student Council, hosts on campus tournaments in upper-level mathematics for high schools students. The Columbia Math Tournament, offered during the fall semester, is for a wide range of high school students from the New York and New Jersey area. The Columbia Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools (Columbia MMATHS) is offered during the spring semester and advanced math students from the area are welcome to participate.

Get Involved

Advanced math students interested in registering for the test visit the the MMaths site.

Columbia students (currently undergraduate, although graduates and postdocs welcome) create exam questions, administer the tournaments, and judge the competitions. Fill out this form to get involved.

Faculty can serve as advisers to the group. Fill out this form for more information.