Student Math League

Student Mathematics League
Sponsored at the National Level by AMATYC (American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges)
Sponsored at the State Level by NCMATYC
 
What is the Student Math League?
The Student Mathematics League is a year long math competition where students compete for scholarships and prizes both as individuals and as a team.  Scholarships and prizes are awarded on the State and National level and often are also offered on the local school level.  The competition consists of three tests taken during different testing periods spread throughout the school year. 
 
How did this League get started?
The Student Mathematics League was founded in 1970 by Nassau Community College in New York. In 1981 the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges assumed sponsorship with Terry Shell of Santa Rosa Junior College as its first director. The League has grown to more than 150 colleges in the United States, Canada, and Bermuda involving over six thousand community college math students.
 
Where can I get a copy of old tests to use as examples?
Packets of tests have been copied and are ready to be mailed to you.  Just send an E-mail to Chris Mansfield at mansfieldc@durhamtech.edu.  Make sure you include your name, mailing address, and school in the E-mail.
 
How can I find out more?
To find out more about the Student Math League you can read a copy of the Official Rules, or you can visit the Student Math League Website hosted by AMATYC.