The (MT)2 Scholars program provides financial and academic support to talented mathematics majors. Each year a selection of (MT)2 Scholarships are awarded.
As a (MT)2 Scholar you receive:
- A scholarship up to $9,000.
- Enhanced support services, including faculty and graduate student mentors as well as private tutoring.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Meet weekly with a faculty mentor.
- Meet with more experienced senior students who will act as peer mentors.
- Participate in the 1 credit undergraduate seminar during their first semester in the program.
- Participation in a bi-weekly seminar for (MT)2 Seminar for Undergraduate Scholars and Graduate Fellows. The seminar will be focused around various theme, such as time management, writing your resume/cv, summer opportunities, research opportunities, applying to graduate school, career options, or giving a good math talk.
(MT)2 Undergraduate Scholars must:
- Be U.S. citizens, permanent residents or legal refugees.
- Be enrolled as full-time students in the BA program in the mathematical sciences.
- Demonstrate financial need according to the FAFSA.
Additionally, Scholars must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the major and be in good standing at the University. Scholars may lose eligibility if they do not maintain the minimum GPA or status as a full time student in a mathematics degree program.
- Complete the online (MT)2 Scholars Application form. This form includes an essay describing your interest in the Scholars program and your academic and career goals.
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended to (MT)2.
- Submit two letters of recommendation attesting to your academic achievement and potential to (MT)2.
- Sumbit a FAFSA.