The Ross Program is a 6-week intensive summer experience designed to encourage motivated pre-college students to explore mathematics. During those weeks, students are immersed in a world of mathematical discovery.
At the Ross Program, we provide students with a focused and supportive environment for mathematical exploration. Mathematical thinking is valuable not only for careers in mathematics research, science, and finance, but also for critical thinking and informed citizenship. At Ross, we hope to help nurture mathematical curiosity and logical thinking in our students to produce future leaders in the world.
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Learn more about life and mathematics at Ross, and how to apply to participate!
Learn more about teaching at Ross, and how to apply to be a Ross counselor.
Learn more about the core values and aims of the Ross program.
Help support the Ross Program!
There will be two sites for the Ross/USA program:
- at Otterbein University in Columbus, OH, June 9 through July 19, 2024, and
- at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, June 16 through July 26, 2024.
Ross Program Support
The Ross Program is supported in several ways. Partners in this mathematical enterprise include:
Some other excellent summer mathematics programs are listed on the AMS mathcamps webpage. The two programs most closely related to Ross are PROMYS at Boston University and the Honors Summer Math Camp at Texas State University.