University Remediation - Math Department

University Remediation - Mathematics Department

The mathematics department at many colleges across the U.S. uses our Intermediate Algebra course for their students who have failed to meet their remedial math requirement. These students usually must pass Intermediate Algebra within a termination deadline, or be expelled from the university. We work closely with colleges such as Cal State Chico, and others to help their students retain their enrollment status.

With students who have failed to meet their remedial math requirement, our Omega MathTM Intermediate Algebra course has a student success rate of over 75%. Because of this high success rate with failing students, several Cal State Universities have used our program for over a decade. These universities have an admin account within our system, which lets them keep track of their student's progress and grades. Some universities use our non-credit option and utilize the certificate of completion system from within their admin account. This system generates a certificate when a student has taken his/her proctored final, and passed the class. Other universities require an official transcript for the course from one of our regionally accredited partner universities (WASC).

We are able to accommodate many requests which help universities meet their rules and requirements for student remediation on their campus.