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not a good time to discuss a problem with an instructor who is either about to start class or on the way to the next class.  If after speaking with your instructor during office hours you cannot resolve the problem, then you need to visit the chairperson, Dr. Alicia Giovinazzo (office 1540) as the next step.  

Withdrawal:  If you feel that you will be unable to complete the requirements for passing a class, it is important that you drop the class by the college's "drop date" as established by the registrar's office.  You should speak to your instructor prior to making the decision to drop.  Remember that it is your responsibility to drop a class, not the instructor's.  If circumstances such as illness, accident, change in employment situation, etc., prevent you from continuing to attend your class BEFORE the drop date, speak to your instructor and see the Dean of Students (room 1201) for your options regarding an appeal.  If such a situation occurs AFTER the drop date, you should contact the instructor for information as to how you can complete the requirements for passing the course.

Homework:Homework is assigned each day in class.  Homework for each unit is turned in to the instructor and is generally checked for completion.  All work must be shown.  Your name, instructor’s name and reference number, book section numbers and problem numbers must be clearly written on your homework.  It must be turned in stapled together in order.  Homework may not be turned in late.  Your instructor may assign online homework instead of, or in addition to, the homework listed on the syllabus.

Grading:In this as in all College Preparatory courses, you will earn an S (Satisfactory), P (Progress), or U (Unsatisfactory.)   

To earn a grade of S you will need to fulfill ALL of the following requirements:

Complete 16 hours in the Math Lab (Room 2223)

Attend required Study Sessions and complete all class assignments, projects, and quizzes to earn at least 70% Study Session grade.

Earn at least 70% in your lecture class.

Earn a minimum of 60% on the College Preparatory Exit Test (CPET) which you must take during Final Exam week on the date and time designated by the Office of the Registrar.

To earn a grade of P you will need to fulfill ALL of the following requirements:

Complete 16 hours in the Math Lab (Room 2223)

Attend required Study Sessions and complete all class assignments, projects, and quizzes to earn at least 70% Study Session grade.

Attend and participate in all lecture classes.

Take the College Preparatory Exit Test (CPET) which will be given during Final Exam week on the date and time designated by the Office of the Registrar.

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