Department Note for Math Development Schedule of Classes:
FALL 2009 MATHEMATICS DEVELOPMENT: PERMITS & PLACEMENT TESTING
A permit authorization for your registration in MATH 090, MATH 091, and MATH 092 is necessary before NEIUPORT Registration. Permits will only be issued after MATH ACT scores are on file or after Math Placement Testing has been completed. Contact the Assessment & Testing Office, regarding Math Placement Testing, Room D-130,773-442-5290. Placement Testing should be completed at least two weeks prior to a permit request. Placement results are obtained from Academic Advising, D 130. After Math Placement has been completed and course work has begun, a final grade of C or higher is the prerequisite to advance to the next course.
Permits for NEIUPORT Registration will be issued beginning Monday, April 13th. Students that are currently enrolled in developmental math courses will request their permit through their classroom instructor. All other students can obtain their permit application from the Math Development Office, Science Building, 204-B. Permit applications are available from the door of S 204 B and can be submitted at any time. If the office is closed, please slide your completed permit application form under the door of Science S-204 B. Please pick up your processed form from the permit folders by S-204 B, 48 hours after submission to confirm your class authorization. Permits can also be submitted by e-mail, if you are not currently enrolled in a math course, to: email@example.com, please include your name, university id, course #, section number, CRN # and pre-requisite. Only staff at El Centro and the Center for Inner Studies can issue permit authorizations for developmental math courses at their locations.
Permits MUST be obtained AT LEAST 48 hours prior to NEIUPORT Registration. Students can
complete their NEIUPORT Registration through Late Registration . Your final opportunity to obtain a permit for Late Registration is on Wednesday, August 26th, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Science, S 204 B. Permit authorizations are voided before the first day of class. See classroom instructors on the first day of class for final consideration.
Mathematics Development courses are indicated as a “hybrid course” because homework is online at the textbook’s website. Classes meet for lecture three hours weekly. If you would like a copy of the syllabus for the course you are enrolling in or have any further questions, please e-mail Thomas Blackburn, Mathematics Development Coordinator,