The SASC Mathematics Program is committed to supporting student success. The courses are rigorous, student-centered, and community-oriented.

  • Class sizes of 20 students or less.
  • Lectures that include a significant amount of active student participation.
  • A classroom climate that supports all students.
  • Labs two days per week which provide an opportunity for in-depth problem-solving, group work and mentoring by an undergraduate instructor assistant.
  • Academic support outside of class through group office hours and individual tutoring.
  • Teaching to all learning styles.
  • A team approach to instruction.
  • A collaborative approach to learning.
  • Consistent and clear feedback to students.

New SASC Student: Steps to take before orientation and registration to find the math course that is right for you.

Continuing SASC Student: Information for students who have already taken a SASC math course.

FAQs: Find answers to your questions regarding SASC math course placement.

Free Drop-In Tutoring is available in the SASC Math Office Hours Room -  Fleming 193, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. If more help is needed, talk to your Instructor about getting a private tutor

Textbook Help
If you are struggling to pay for textbooks, talk to your Academic Coordinator.

Study Tips
Information on exam prep, study groups, and other keys to success