Symbolic Computing Package for Mathematica for Versatile Manipulation of Mathematical Expressions Symbolic computing, in contrast to numerical computing, is computation with variables and constants according to the rules of algebra for manipulation and evaluation of mathematical expressions. This will lead to dramatic improvement of analytical calculation and can be applied to research and education of mathematics, physics and various other science and engineering disciplines. Other advantages include minimization of human errors and improvement of accuracy during calculation by using computer software that incorporates known algorithms and mathematical identities. Symbolic Computing package is an add-on package that facilitates symbolic computation in Mathematica. It enables display and interpretation of derivatives, integrals, sums, products, vector operators, brakets, and various forms of subscripts and superscripts using the traditional mathematical notation based on the low-level box language and contains over 700 functions for notation, algebraic manipulation and evaluation of various mathematical expressions. The package function categories include: basic algebra, complex variables, differential calculus, elementary functions, equation solving, equations, formula manipulation, Fourier analysis, function analysis, integral calculus, operator analysis, polynomials and series, products, sums, trigonometric functions, vectors and matrices. These features of the package allow the users to focus on the principles instead of time-consuming and error-prone calculations and provide good readability and minimization of human errors during calculations. Expressions that closely resemble the traditional mathematical style, e.g., subscripts, superscripts and vector notations, can be used and this will replace a lot of hand calculations. Using this approach, materials and references including derivation of the mathematical formulas can be contained in a single document. The package has its own interpreter language, complete on-line documentation and two palettes for entering mathematical expressions and execution control of functions. This provides a powerful platform for streamlined manipulation of all or parts of an expression and will significantly enhance the capabilities of the kernel and user-defined functions. Development of the package and its applications to various topics of mathematics and related disciplines will be presented.