NetMath Scholarships

Funded through an endowment from Professor Jerry Uhl, the NetMath Jerry Uhl scholarship is awarded annually to high school students who are qualified to take college-level mathematics courses with NetMath. The scholarship covers tuition and fees for up to two NetMath courses. Award recipients are selected by committee on the basis of academic potential, demonstrated financial need, and mathematical interest.

Uhl Scholarship Awards for 2019-20

  • Ali Husain, Alexander Matveev, and Rosemary Mascarenhas (Schaumburg High School)
  • Ethan Lin, Ebimobowe Indiamaowei, and Sujay Nanjannavar (Fremd High School)
  • Marc Trevino (homeschooled)

All award recipients are currently enrolled in Math 241 (Calculus III) at NetMath.

If you are interested in donating to NetMath operations or to the Jerry Uhl Scholarship Foundation, please contact us at netmath@illinois.edu.