Northern Colorado Math Circles
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The mission of NoCO blue match dating website Student Math Circle is to provide opportunity for local students in grades 4th through 8th to work on challenging mathematics problems in a setting that contributes to their mathematics knowledge. This newly established component of our program has been widely successful in its first pilot year with 6 evening monthly evening sessions with increased number of participants in each session from 12 students in the first session to 22 students in the last session. In addition, we hosted a three-day summer workshop with 52 local students at our first summer camp at UNC.
Spring 2019 Monthly Evening Sessions
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- Our 2019 summer programs are canceled. We will continue our events starting at the beginning of 2019-2020 school year. Please check back for dates of monthly session and summer 2020 dates by mid-August.
Sponsors of Our Circles:
In addition to support from the University of Northern Colorado School of Mathematical Sciences and the College of Natural Health and Sciences, our Circles received funding from
- State Farm Insurance (2012-2019)
- MAA Dolciani Mathematics Enrichment Grants (2016-2018)
- Littler Youth Fund-Community Foundation (2016-2017)
- BBVA Compass
- Work-out West of Greeley
- Cache Bank & Trust,
- Bank of Colorado, and
- individual donors.
We are grateful for their contributions!
Want to Make Donation to the Northern Colorado Math Circles?
We appreciate any donation you can make to the Northern Colorado Math Circles (Teachers & Students). Donate to our Northern Colorado Math Circles program (Fund # 9434).
Donations made to our program-the Northern Colorado Math Circles, are administered by the UNC Foundation office. The UNC Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. You should consult with your tax attorney/advisor concerning the deductibility of your gift.