Who should participate in Structured Learning Assistance?
Anyone who wants to raise MATH course grades. Anyone who needs or wants additional help for MATH course success.
What makes Structured Learning Assistance different from other academic support programs?
SLA bridges the gap between MATHEMATICS understanding, test performance, and rigorous course demands.Workshop activities reinforce MATH course content and introduce specific learning strategies.
A key to success is attendance at the workshops. SLA sections are a tremendous value for your money
- Free group tutoring (up to 45 hours per semester)
- Increased concept mastery
- Grade enhancements
SLA Attendace and Workshop Policy (pdf)
How do I Register?
Register for classes as normal, but look for SLA sections. When choosing which section and time, refer to the information below to ensure that you will have the help you need.
*ONLY THE SECTIONS INDICATED AS SLA OR SI WILL HAVE THE AVAILABLE FACILITATOR HELP.
SLA MATH Courses and Sections (Required Workshops)
SUMMER 2013 Registration Info
- DEVELOPMENTAL MATH 1st Block
- MAT 0990-005 MTWR @9-10:50 am Workshop T&R@11 am
- MAT 1010-005 MTWR @9-10:50 am Workshop T&R@11 am
- DEVELOPMENTAL MATH 2nd Block
- MATH 1010-008 MTWR@9-10:50 am Workshop T&R@11 am
FALL 2013 Registration Info
MAT 0920-009 MWF @12 pm Workshop M&W@1 pm
MAT 0990-013 MTWR @10 am Workshop T&R@11 am
MAT 1010-002 MTWR @7 am Workshop T&R@8 am
MAT 1010-040 MTWR @1 pm Workshop T&R@2 pm
MATH 1050-019 MTRF@1 pm Workshop T&R@2 pm
NEED A MATH CLASS THAT IS NOT LISTED HERE?
See if we have it with Supplemental Instruction-SI
To get additional help, contact your Academic Advisor and ask about SLA. More information can also be received by contacting RoyAl Weakley at firstname.lastname@example.org
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