As we continue to experience the effects of COVID-19 on our country, our state, and our university, it has become clear that Summer 2020 will not be a return to summers as we have known them on our campus. The university has cancelled all summer camps , conferences, events, and activities held on the Illinois State University campus or sponsored by Illinois State scheduled through July 31, 2020. We regret any inconvenience this may create.
We will take this time to improve this popular program and hope to offer it next year.
The one-week program is designed especially for academically talented Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American high school students who excel in mathematics, enjoy learning, and like to solve business problems using data.
Midwest High School Scholars Analytics Academy 2020 schedule
APPLY FOR THE 2020 MHSSAA PROGRAM
The Midwest High School Scholars Analytics Academy for Underrepresented Groups provides, at no cost, on-campus room and board, field trips, and career information materials for students selected to attend the program.
Each student also receives a $100 stipend to cover transportation and incidental expenses. Special scholarship opportunities available in Illinois State University’s Actuarial Program and Risk Management and Insurance Program. Alumni of this program are eligible for a one-time $1000 scholarship upon enrollment in actuarial science or insurance at Illinois State University, or a one-time $300 scholarship to study another quantitative analytics field (e.g. statistics) at Illinois State. A one-time $100 scholarship is available for alumni of the program who enroll in a recognized program of study of actuarial science or risk management and insurance in another college of their choice.
Enrollment is limited to 14 students. Completed applications, including a letter of recommendation from the student's mathematics teacher or principal and a grade transcript must be submitted by April 30, 2020 to be considered for a scholarship to the program. Preference will be given to students who excel in mathematics, enjoy being intellectually challenged, and receive a lot of satisfaction out of applying their analytical skills to solve problems. Priority will be given to current sophomores and juniors, but all class levels in high school will be considered.
View the 2020 schedule for an example of how the week is structured.
Questions about the program? Contact Susan Mitchell at (309) 438-7797 or by e-mail: Susan Mitchell
Illinois State University
Actuarial Science Program – MHSSAA
Attn: Susan Mitchell
Campus Box 4520
Normal, IL 61790-4520
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