Frequently Asked Questions about the Undergraduate Faculty Program
No, Undergraduate Faculty Program participants must attend the full three weeks, arriving on Sunday, July 5, and departing on Saturday, July 25.
No. All you need is enthusiasm for learning mathematics.
No, a reference letter is optional.
PCMI provides lodging for all UFP participants. Standard lodging for the Undergraduate Faculty Program is a private studio with a kitchen. PCMI lodging is reserved in several Park City properties that are nearby to the Prospector Conference Center where PCMI takes place.
Yes, if you need larger accommodations you can pay a fee to reserve a larger lodging unit.
PCMI provides an informal breakfast and lunch on weekdays and several casual suppers on weeknights TBD.
Park City is at 7000 feet (2134) meters, so is much cooler than Salt Lake City during the summer. Typical daytime temperatures are in the low to mid 80’s (around 27 or 28 C) but evenings are cooler, and there may be hotter periods each summer. It is strongly recommended that you drink a lot of water throughout the day.