Tutorial & Academic Support Center
Math Multiple Repeater Workshop
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Math Multiple Repeater Workshop?
-The Math Workshop is a program specifically designed for students who have failed Math 1 or Math 2 two or more times. Instead of taking the traditional Math M1 or M2 class, students enroll in a workshop. At the completion of the math workshop, the student will take over the portion of the exam they previously failed.
- Who is eligible for the workshop?
-Students who took either Math M1 or M2 at least two times.
- How can I sign up for the workshop?
-A Math M1 or M2 request form must be filled out, which is available in L-605.
- Am I guaranteed a seat once I fill out the request form?
-No, seating is limited and offered on first come first serve basis.
- When is the workshop offered?
-The workshop is offered throughout the academic year (fall, winter, spring & summer).
- Can I be enrolled in the class and a workshop at the same time?
-No, once eligible for the workshop, you don t need to be in a traditional class. The workshop substitutes your traditional class for the semester. Seats for each workshop are limited; therefore you can only take one seat, in one workshop.
- What happens after I complete my workshop hours?
-The Director of the program will set you up to re-test. You take the same exit exam as those who are enrolled in a regular Math course.
- How is the workshop set up?
-Students are placed in a small group setting (10 students per group).
- Is attendance mandatory?
-Yes, more than 2 absences will result in the student's dismissal from the program. Your
attendance is tracked weekly. It is important to stay in touch with us regarding unexpected
- Do I have to pay for the workshop?
-No, the workshop is free. However, you must be matriculated during the semester which you are enrolled in the workshop.
- What is ALEKS?
- Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces is a Web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system. ALEKS uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly what a student knows and doesn't know in a course. ALEKS then instructs the student on the topics she is most ready to learn. Students are required to complete a minimum of 1 hour of software use a week.