## Math 252: Math Lab (non-credit)

At College of the Redwoods, Math 252 is the non-credit Math Lab course for students who are also enrolled in any other mathematics course. The information on this page is designed for use by a number of constituencies:

- instructors of the Math Lab,
- students enrolled in Math 252, and
- all others interested in gathering information about the Math Lab.

Be sure to visit this page often, as there may be updates to the information provided.

### Student Information and Help Resources

**What is the Math Lab 252 course ?**

The Math Lab 252 course is a non-credit repeatable course that allows students access to various help resources. These resources include:

- one-to-one help from peer tutors
- additional tutorial assistance from CR math instructors
- computers (with internet access) and printers
- textbooks, solution manuals, videos, and other reference materials

**Note:**Credit versions of Math Lab are also available. The Math Lab course number is the same as the mathematics course you are enrolled in, followed by the letter "L". For example, if you are currently enrolled in Math 380 and wish to take the credit version of Math Lab, then you should enroll in Math 380L. See the Math Lab (credit) page for more details.

**Where is the Math Lab, and when is it open?**

- Eureka campus: The Math Lab is located in the Academic Support Center, at the west end of the library. It is open 9am-5pm on Monday-Thursday and 9am-3pm on Friday.
- Del Norte campus: The Math Lab is located in the Academic Support Center. Contact Mike Haley for the current lab hours.

**How do I enroll in Math 252?**

- First obtain a referral slip from your instrutor.
- Then register for the course by visiting the Admissions and Records Office.
- Then go to the Math Lab and meet with the lab coordinator or the mathematics instructor who is working there. You will need to fill out a Math Lab contract so that your information can be entered into the computer time-tracking system. Also, you must read the Math Lab rules and policies.
- On every subsequent visit to the lab, remember to log in on the Math Lab computer, and log out when you leave.

*Note:*This course is open enrollment, which means that you can add the course rather late in the semester.