Planning for the 50th Annual UWG Math Day, to be held March 4, 2022, is currently underway! Additional/updated information will be posted as details are finalized.

Math Day is sponsored by the UWG Department of Computing and Mathematics.

Additional information regarding registration will be posted at a later date.

Each school can bring in a maximum of 12 students, 3 for each subject level.

Registration will be closed on February 21, or when 200 students have been registered--whichever happens first.

You will have an opportunity to make substitutions on your roster when you check in on-site at Math Day; however you will not be able to add additional students on-site.

If you have any questions, feel free to email Dr. Scott Gordon at .

Schedule of Events
9:00 am - 9:30 amRegistrationCampus Center Ballroom
9:30 am - 10:00 amWelcomeCampus Center Ballroom
10:00 am - 11:30 amStudent Individual Tests and Team Problem SolvingCampus Center Ballroom
11:30 am - 12:45 pmLunch Break** 
12:45 pm - 1:05 pmPresentation or VideoCampus Center Ballroom
1:05 pm - 1:10 pmAnnouncement of Kittel Scholarship winnerCampus Center Ballroom
1:15 pm - 2:00 pmTeam CipheringCampus Center Ballroom
2:00 pm- 2:15 pmWinners AnnouncedCampus Center Ballroom

**You can eat lunch at the campus dining facilities - West Commons (Z-6) or the new East Commons Dining Hall adjacent to Boyd Building.


  1. Each school plays as a single team and will hand in a single answer sheet for each question.
  2. You'll have one minute or 90 seconds per problem.
  3. If there are multiple parts, you must put all your answers on ONE sheet and give it to an official. (Hint: Different team members may need to work on different parts.)
  4. When time is called, finish writing and hand in your answer.
  5. No calculators, phones, or computers allowed.
  6. Fractions and square roots must be reduced; no negative exponents; no decimal answers.
  7. A tie-breaker problem, if needed, will be given at the end.
Students will receive certificates in the individual competition.

In the Problem-Solving Competition, teams will receive certificates.

Certificates will also be given to the top three schools in the team ciphering competition.
The Department of Mathematics has organized a math competition for UWG undergraduate students. It is held as part of Math Day.

Who: All UWG undergraduate students are invited to participate in the competition. A minimal background in mathematics is needed.
When: March 6th, 2020, 9:30am-11am
Where: Boyd 304
Prizes: Amazon gift card, Awarded to top scorers;
1st prize: $100
2nd prize: $75
3rd prize: $50
Up to three additional prizes: $50 each
* Awardees will be announced at the close of Math Day activities, Campus Center Ballroom, at 2pm.

Registration: Send an email with your student ID to Dr. Jeong-Hyun Kang at

Deadline for Registration: TBA.

For further information, please contact Dr. Kang at