PROMYS offers full and partial need-based financial aid and is dedicated to the principle that no one should be unable to attend for financial reasons.
To be considered for financial assistance, please have a parent or guardian complete the financial aid form found in the application packet and mail it along with a copy of the 2013 federal income tax forms to:
Department of Mathematics
111 Cummington Mall, Room 142
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
PROMYS regrets that need-based financial aid is generally not available to international students unless they are U.S. citizens living abroad.
If you feel that, even with a full scholarship from PROMYS, financial need may keep you from attending, we encourage you to apply to the Mathematics Summer Stipends (MASST) program. Supported by NSF funds, MASST can provide a stipend of up to $3,000 to enable a strong student from an economically disadvantaged background to take advantage of a full scholarship from a mathematics summer program such as PROMYS. We are, of course, happy to nominate suitable students.
With support from the American Mathematical Society (AMS), PROMYS is pleased to offer a scholarship to a talented high school student in this summer's program.
Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, merit scholarships of up to $500 will be granted to all PROMYS students who are residents of Massachusetts.
It is our hope that the merit scholarships awarded to each Massachusetts student will be for $500, as they have been for each of the past few years.
PROMYS will award two $250 scholarships (to one male and one female first-year PROMYS student) among winners of HMMT or HMNT who qualify for the program.
PROMYS is delighted to announce that the CMI-PROMYS International Alliance, an expansion of the long-standing PROMYS partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI), will again be fully funding the PROMYS participation of ten European students. The students will follow up their six weeks at PROMYS with participation in the one-week residential Oxford Masterclasses in Geometry, at Oxford University, England. There are no financial qualifications for eligibility. Students must be able to handle lectures and problem sets in English.
Please click here for details of the CMI-PROMYS scholarships and for an application.