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ENGL 0300, Dev. Writing I
ENGL 0305, Dev. Writing II
ENGL 0310, Dev. Grammar
ENGL 0315, Writing/Reading/Reasoning
ENGL 1301, Comp/Rhetoric I
ENGL 1302, Comp/Rhetoric II
Classes are not sequential and you may test out of these. You are allowed to take the English assessment 2 times each semester.
MATH 0300, Developmental Math
MATH 0302, Dev. Pre. Algebra
MATH 0305, Dev. Algebra
MATH 1332, Contemporary
MATH 0310, Intermediate Algebra
MATH 1314, College Algebra
Sequence is required in these classes. You are not able to test out of these classes.
There are other choices for College level math, see your advisor for details.
READ 0300, Dev. Reading I
READ 0305, Dev. Reading II
READ 0310, Dev. Reading III
You are restricted on classes you can take if you are below Reading 0310.
(Be careful, if you wait past the date you will not be allowed to withdraw and will receive a letter grade (A-F) for that class)
(If you are on Financial Aid and taking Developmental Classes you are allowed up to 27 hours of repeats in the Developmental Classes.)
(There are some loop holes if you are not a resident. You will need to contact ARO for further details)
Write a statement of purpose and submit it to ACCESS.
Is it for a degree, a certificate, for professional enhancement. . .?
A recommendation letter from someone who is willing to serve as a reference.
Some suggestions: Principal, Professor, Pastor, Employer, or other public official.
Tuition Waivers will NOT be approved until ALL documentation is in.
ACCESS offers a variety of accommodations based on the need and documentation of the consumer. Some of the following accommodations may be provided:
This can be done one of two ways.
You can ask the teacher to ask a student or you can ask a student for a copy of the notes. We provide a copy machine or carbon paper.
A copy of the teachers power points or notes if available.
If it is a teacher, a CART, an Interpreter or another student, we will be happy to address your specific needs.
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Located in G 200 on the Spring Creek Campus (SCC)
Located in F 118 on the Preston Ridge Campus (PRC)