“The Math Corps stands on the belief that all children have a unique and special greatness within them, and that through hard work, a commitment to excellence, and a dedication to learning, combined with the support of a caring family and community, this greatness can be realized.”

For Parents and Families:

As made apparent in Math Corps' mission statement, parents and families hold a special and unique place in the Math Corps philosophy and are considered to play an integral role in the success of students.

Here in the Math Corps program, we believe that the key to student success more than anything else is the active involvement of our students' families. As a result, we respectfully ask and expect that all of our parents/guardians will work to uphold the following high standards and expectations that we hold for all of our students:


  • We expect every student to attend every day, on time and prepared to learn.
  • We expect every student to have his/her homework completed everyday.
  • We expect every student to carry herself/himself in a manner that is respectful to all and befitting students learning at a major university.

Information about The Math Corps

Here are links with information about:

                · Eligibility and admissions

                · A typical day in The Math Corps Summer Camp

                · Our philosophy

                · Our courses and curriculum

                · Frequently Asked Questions

Senior Staff

Carol Phillips-Bey is the Director of the Math Corps Cleveland, and is an associate professor in Cleveland State University's Mathematics Department. Professor Bey holds a PhD in mathematics education from Kent State University, an MA in mathematics from Cleveland State University, and a BA in mathematics from Wesleyan University.

Francisca García-Cobián Richter serves as an Associate Director of the Math Corps Cleveland, and is a research assistant professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Francisca holds a PhD in agricultural economics and an MS in statistics from Oklahoma State University.