# Mathematics Placement Information

**For students who matriculated on or after August 2016, refer to our Placement Exams page for math placement information.**

For students who matriculated **before Fall 2016**, please refer to the following placement information.

Show placement info for students enrolled before Fall 2016

## Interpreting test results:

### Basic Algebra

### Functions and Graphs

## Options for retaking placement exams:

### For students who place into Math 100:

A student who has not yet matriculated may attempt to place out of MATH 100 by scheduling with the Registrar’s office to take the placement test given **the day before the first day of classes**. **After matriculating**, a student may attempt to exempt MATH 100 by arranging with the Math Department Chairperson to take the competency exam on the second day of classes in the student's second or third semester.

Potential majors in Astronomy, Chemistry, Cooperative Engineering, Mathematics, Medical Technology, or Physics should schedule MATH 100 in the first semester, if they do not successfully place out of, or exempt, MATH 100.

Potential majors in Accounting, Biology, Business, Psychology, or Sociology should schedule MATH 100 as soon as possible, if they do not successfully place out of, or exempt, MATH 100.

### For students who place into Math 127:

A student may retake the Functions and Graphs placement exam once **prior to matriculation**. Contact the Registrar’s Office for details. **After matriculating**, this student may take the three-hour Math 127 exemption exam, one time. Contact the Math Department Chairperson for details.

Potential majors in Astronomy, Chemistry, Cooperative Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics should schedule MATH 127 in the first semester, if they do not successfully place out of, or exempt, MATH 127.

## Mathematics Distribution Requirement:

For the official description of the Mathematics distribution requirement, see College Catalog, Section "The Academic Program", The Distribution Program, Section E.