Math Department Protocols

Online Math Classes

All online math classes are closed to registration on the second day of the term.


The department requires that all prerequisites be completed before a student is allowed to enroll for a class. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all prerequisites have been met within the past calendar year. If you do not have a valid pre-requisite (pre-requisite courses expire after one year), please go through the SLCC placement process. Please follow the instructions here SLCC Placement. The placement process will help you determine the best math course for you. If you are still unsure, please contact Academic Advising.

Final Exam

  • Students scoring less than 60% on the final exam cannot get a final grade higher than a D.
  • Students scoring less than 50% on the final exam for developmental level math courses cannot get a final grade higher than a C-.


Students with disabilities needing accommodations such as: accommodated testing, interpreting, note-taking, taped textbooks, assistive technology, equipment accessibility arrangements, etc., should contact the Disability Resource Center.


Class attendance is expected. Regular attendance is essential to achieve satisfactory results. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all material covered, tests dates, and assignment due dates. Your instructor will outline specific attendance policies.

Classroom Deportment

The SLCC Math Department adheres to the Code of Students Rights and Responsibilities document.

If you are having an issue with your instructor or instruction methods, please send an email to We can then send you a form to submit online.