Registration for Students

Welcome to the TAMU Math Circle for the 2019-2020 Academic Year!

There are 3 steps to registering.

It is all done online. If you can’t register online, please come to the first meeting and do it there.

  1. A parent or guardian must fill out the registration form at If you have several children, please fill out a separate form for each child.

2. Please print the required University’s Liability Waiver Form, which is available in English at or in Spanish at

Please sign it and bring it to the first meeting. Both student and parent must sign.

We will also have copies available at the first meeting for you to sign.

3. The regular registration fee is $100 for the Academic Year.

This is used to pay for supplies, travel expenses for guest speakers, snacks, and rewards for our undergraduate and graduate student volunteers.

Any unused portion will be used for other outreach activities during the year.

If you can afford to pay more, we would greatly appreciate an additional contribution.

If the registration fee is in any way a hardship, (child on school lunch plan, multiple children attending, parents are grad students, etc.) please talk to

Philip Yasskin <> 979-574-1697

about waiving, reducing, or delaying fees. You will be given a Promotional Code to enter on page 5 of the Payment Form.

Payments may be made by credit card at the TAMU MarketPlace operated by TouchNet at

or by check payable to TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY by bringing it to the first meeting.

This covers the regular registration fee and any additional contribution.

Note 1: On page 4 of the MarketPlace, (the Checkout page) you do NOT need to login or register. Just enter your email (again) and click on Continue Unregistered.

Note 2: Please fill out the TAMU MarketPlace form even if your fees have been waived. You will not see the reduction in the fee until you reach page 5 of the MarketPlace (the Payment page) where you will enter the reduced fee Promotional Code.

We are looking forward to seeing you and your child at the Math Circle!