**Registration for the 2019 Duke Math Meet is now closed.**

**If you have a username and password and need to edit your account, click here: Duke Math Meet 2019 Registration**

**DEADLINE:** Registration will remain open until either (1) the team cap (40 teams) is met, or (2) the final date for registration has passed: Noon on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2019.

**COMPLETING REGISTRATION**: Registration for a team is only complete when we have received the correct payment. See payment guidelines below.

Note: to create a new account on the DMM registration website, please email your school/organization name to: duke.mathmeet@gmail.com. Include: Coach's name, school address, phone, and email.

**COST/PAYMENT**: Registration will cost $25 per individual, so $150 per full team. *This year we are not charging proctors or coaches.* This fee will cover breakfast and lunch for students and proctors, as well as 2019 Duke Math Meet t-shirts for students.

Schools and clubs should use the credit card link in registration or mail a check made out to Duke University to:

Duke University

Department of Mathematics

c/o Shawn MacDuff

Box 90320

Durham, NC 27708

**TEAMS**: Each team is composed of 6 students. Each club may send 2 teams + __the number of teams they had in the top 15 last year__, with a maximum of 4 teams. The groups that can send more than two teams are listed below:

4 teams: Thomas Jefferson, NCSSM, Enloe, ITCCC

3 teams: East Chapel Hill, Green Hope, Charlotte Math Club, Carnage Middle, Ravenscroft

**FULL/PARTIAL TEAMS**: Teams with 6 members are full teams, while any team with fewer, including individuals, are partial teams. __We have a cap of 40 team slots (240 students) for full teams, and a cap of 5 team slots (30 students) for partial teams and individuals__. We will attempt to combine partial teams of compatible sizes to form complete teams, but these complete teams will take up one of the five partial team slots.

**PROCTORS**:

Schools and groups must bring one proctor for every team and partial team they are sending. For example, if a school is bringing one full team of six and one partial team of four, they are required to bring two proctors.

**QUESTIONS**: If you have any questions, please contact (duke.mathmeet@gmail.com).