About Us

Welcome to GatorTRAX! This is a free K-12 math and engineering outreach program that is run through the combined efforts of student volunteers from the engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi and the University of Florida's College of Engineering. GatorTRAX is designed to complement education received in Alachua County public schools. Our fun and educational activity modules are designed to suit the needs and abilities of various age groups. Encouraging both innovation and teamwork, these modules range from activities reinforcing classroom math concepts, to hands-on activities demonstrating core engineering principles. We require only that parents fill out the one-time permission form and bring their students to the Saturday sessions on our calendar. We take care of the rest! There is no need to RSVP beforehand and there is currently no limit on the number of students that may attend.

Engineering GatorTRAX was formed under a grant from the GE Foundation through its K-12 Math Excellence Initiative, and is now funded by a variety of corporate and private sponsors. Project collaborators are:


Our next GatorTRAX event will be held Saturday, February 24th, 2018. We will be working on exciting activities!

Summary of Event Details:

  • What: GatorTRAX
  • When: Saturday, February 24th, 2018, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Where: Computer Science and Engineering Building (CSE) - Room E222

Parents please fill out the pre-registration form online prior to the event. Alternatively we will have copies on hand when you arrive, and you can fill one out when you sign your child in. If you want to get in and out a little quicker (and help save us paper), simply fill the form online out at at the above link.

If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us!

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