NYSMATYC Math League
About the NYSMATYC Math LeagueEach year, NYSMATYC holds two math league competitions in the fall and spring at two-year college campuses across New York State. Each college encourages students to take a timed exam consisting of approximately twenty questions, of which the top five scores are combined to form that school's team score. In the spring, the fall and spring scores are added, and one college is crowned champion for that academic year. Awards are distributed at the NYSMATYC Annual Conference in April.
Top individual competitors are honored at the Annual Conference as well. Typically, prizes include mathematical software generously donated by math league sponsors, as well as subscriptions to mathematical and scientific journals.
2016-17 WinnersCongratulations to Queensborough Community College for winning the 2016-17 Mathematics Competition, and to Maciej Wlodek of Suffolk Community College, for being the year's top finishing individual! Prizes for the top competitors were distributed at the NYSMATYC Annual Conference in Syracuse, NY on April 8, 2017.
How to Participate
The math league coordinator for NYSMATYC is Abe Mantell from Nassau Community College. Abe generously donates his time and energy to writing each exam and coordinating each event with campus representatives from across the state. If you are a student interested in competing, or a faculty member interested in getting a team together for your college, Abe will gladly give you guidance. Please contact him at Abraham.Mantell@ncc.edu
Full Results and Other Information
You can find full results to our most recent competitons for both teams and individuals, as well as past winners and sample exams, by clicking the links below: