The following workshops and will help you get your English and math skills up to college level at no additional cost before the fall semester.
Get the help you need quickly with these short, intensive workshops during the summer break.
Winter 2022: English Fast-Tracks
January 3rd – 13th
9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
January 3rd – 13th
These Workshops Are For…
- students who placed into ENG096, ENG 093, or ENG101/099 ALP.
- students who have taken but did not pass ENG096 or ENG 093.
- students who have never taken a workshop or have taken only one workshop prior.
Protocol for Registration:
- Interested students should contact his/her advisor to complete a registration form that will then be submitted to Enrollment Services.
- Assess placement criteria (Accuplacer, SAT, high school GPA) to target transitional or developmental students. Placement information must be on file.
- Inform students that workshops require regular use of MyCommNet and Blackboard. Additionally, LRON workshops require regular use of WebEx and/or Microsoft TEAMS. Links to get started with these platforms are available below.
Winter 2022: Math Fast-Tracks
- CRN 4023 January 3-13 MTWRF 12:30-3:00 pm LRON
- CRN 4024 January 3-13 MTWRF 6:00 -8:30 pm LRON
These free non-credit math workshops are designed to improve student’s arithmetic and elementary algebra skills and allow them the chance to move up to a higher-level math course!
Students are eligible if they…
- Did not place into a college-level math course (MAT 137E or MAT 137)
- Did not do well in MAT 095I/095 and need to repeat the course
This class requires:
- An ability to log onto mycommnet, Blackboard and MyOpenMath
- At least 75% completion of all assigned work
Students who meet or exceed the completion policy will be given the opportunity to take a placement assessment at the end of the workshop.
2) Assess placement criteria (Accuplacer, SAT, high school GPA) to target transitional or developmental students. Please ask students to have this information handy for the instructor when the workshop begins.
3) Highlight that the online workshops require the use of MyCommNet and Blackboard. Directions for getting started with these platforms are available in the links below:
How to log onto MyCommNet: https://mxcc.edu/distance/how-to-log-on/
How to use Blackboard: https://mxcc.edu/distance2/orientation/