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Student Travel Grants

About Undergraduate Student Travel Grants

The MAA, with funding from the National Science Foundation Division of Mathematical Sciences, provides limited funding to support student travel to our annual meetings. MAA will award no more than one travel grant per person and has adopted the following policy for distributing travel funds.

All undergraduates presenting posters or talks at annual meetings of the MAA (MathFest and the Joint Mathematics Meetings) are eligible for funding. Subject to the availability of funds, the MAA will grant a maximum of $500.00 in support of direct expenses incurred traveling to and attending the meeting, not including subsistence or meeting registration fees (required for all participants).

Each successful applicant will be informed in advance of the meeting as to the amount of his/her grant. The awarding of a travel grant is contingent upon making a presentation at the meeting and submission of original receipts for expenses. Students who accept Travel Support are expected to participate fully in all aspects of the meetings. 

 

The application for the MAA Student Travel Grant for MAA MathFest 2017 is now open.

Click here to start your application! 

 

The MAA Student Travel Grant application for the JMM 2018 will appear here in late September. Check back for more information.

Student Travel For the 2017 MAA MathFest in Chicago, IL 

TIMELINE FOR STUDENT TRAVEL 

06/02/2017 Travel grant applications due.
By 06/16/2017 Receive notification of your travel grant via email.
06/26 - 06/29/2017 MAA MathFest 2017! Save your travel and lodging receipts.
09/15/2017 Last day reimbursement requests are accepted.
Within 4 weeks of submission Receive your reimbursement check within four weeks of the date we receive your request.

Questions about Student Travel Support

Please contact the MAA Programs and Services team at programs@maa.org with any questions regarding undergraduate student travel grants.

Support for this MAA program is provided by the National Science Foundation (grant DMS-1341843).

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