This section provides key information about the on-campus courses. Click on each of the links below:
Attendance & Withdrawal
All Math Center students must meet the required number of Math Center attendance hours.
The minimum weekly on-campus attendance requirement during the Spring and Fall semesters is:
Math 38 required on-campus attendance is 4 hours weekly.
Math 46 & 96 required on-campus attendance is 5 hours weekly.
Please note that your CSID is required during every visit to the Math Center.
NO students may enter the Math Center with out a CSID!
Progress in the Math Center courses is defined by the satisfaction of Checkpoints by their respective deadlines. The checkpoint deadlines are listed in your Student Binder Packet and posted in the Math Center.
All Math Center students are required to purchase:
1 – A Student Binder Packet and
2 – one of the MyMathLab bundle options.
Purchase of one of the specified bundles is required to take a class in the Math Center.
- Textbook Bundle: Includes a soft cover, 3-hole punch textbook, MyMathLab access code, video CD's, solution manual and Math Study skills book.
- Worksheet Bundle: Includes MyMathLab access code, worksheet booklet, and a Math Study skills book.
- MyMathLab Bundle: Includes MyMathLab access code and a Math Study skills book. (a good option, if you are comfortable learning online and don't need a physical textbook).
When purchasing required materials, keep in mind that you will be required to continue your learning progress, even if a computer is not available, using the textbook pages or other materials that you bring to class.
Impact on Financial Aid
Math Center class units are only credited toward the semester in which you receive your add code. Therefore if you don’t finish in one semester, and you end up taking a full load (12 units) the next semester to maintain your benefits, you will have more than a full load of work until you complete the Math Center class. Make sure to add this class before the financial aid add deadline so it counts toward your course load. Check with the financial aid office to verify the deadline.
Math Center classes are Non-Benefit for veteran. Veterans are welcome to take Math Center classes, however they will need to pay for the class out of their own pocket. See the Veterans Affairs Office before you enroll.
If you receive services from the Disabled Students Services (DSPS) office and need special assistance, have DSPS forward the verification form to the Math Center. Discuss your needs with the Supervisor of the Math Center, so that appropriate accommodations can be made for you.
Since much of the learning materials are delivered online, it is strongly suggested that you maintain a functional computer and obtain reliable online access. Relying solely on access to Math Center computers will not likely meet your needs.