The 2000 ACM Rocky Mountain Programming Contest
sponsored by IBM

hosted by Brigham Young University, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Lethbridge, and University of Montana

Date of Contest: November 4, 2000

problems and final standings

The contest draws students from colleges and universities throughout Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, Saskatchewan, New Mexico (excluding Dona Ana county). Winners selected from regional contests on six continents will advance to the ACM Programming Contest World Finals in Vancouver, B.C., to compete for bragging rights and scholarships.
Registration is conducted from Mar 17, 2000 to Nov 01, 2000. Advance Registration ends Oct 14, 2000. To register, set up a registration account for the team coach and reserve slots for your teams.   Registration works best with Navigator 4.7 or later or Internet Explorer 5.01 or later. Cookies must be enabled and JavaScript enabled.  You can make, edit, and review team reservations through the registration link on our home page.
Fees 75$US/100$CAN before Oct 14, or 150$US/200$CAN after Nov 1
Fees Cover Food Friday night thru Saturday night, and a t-shirt if you register before Oct 20
US Billing Send your checks, payable to Denver ACM, and certification form to: Denver ACM; P.O. Box 440785; Aurora CO 80044
Canadian Billing Send your checks, payable to U. of Lethbridge, ACM Contest, and certification form to: Prof. Rex Forsyth; U. of Lethbridge; Dept. Math & Comp Science; 4401 University Dr.; Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; T1K 3M4
See Also See the official regulations as well.

If you have any questions, please, contact your regional contest director