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Developmental Mathematics Program



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Director: Kathryn Van Wagoner
Location: Building 4, Room 506A
Telephone Contact: 801-626-7478
Associate Professor: John Thaeler; Instructors: Brenda Acor, Loyal Baker, Mary Jo Hansen, David Imig, Christine Jennings, Charity Jones, Debi McKee, Darrell Poore, Carrie Quesnell, Pamela Schilling, Janette Wilkinson, Mary Ellen Yonkee

The Developmental Mathematics Program prepares students to take the Quantitative Literacy courses offered by the Mathematics Department. See the Core Requirements listed under the General Education Requirements of the WSU Degree and General Education Requirements of this catalog.

Term Program

Placement in Mathematics Courses

Many students enrolling at Weber State are under-prepared for college level mathematics. All students requiring developmental course work must enroll in and not withdraw from their initial developmental course(s) within the first two semesters. Upon enrolling in a developmental course, these students are then required to make progress (defined as the minimum course grade of C) each subsequent semester (excluding summer) until all relevant minimum developmental requirements (including MATH 1010  if applicable) have been met for the students’ declared degree program of study (A.A.S., A.S., A.A., or bachelor’s degree). Otherwise, a hold will be placed on their registration which can be removed only by the Student Success Center. Students who are out of compliance with WSU’s Assessment & Placement Policy three times or more will be allowed to register only for their required developmental courses until they have been successfully completed with a grade of C or better (see the Policy and Procedures Manual, PPM 6-02.III.D.1. Students are placed into developmental math courses using ACCUPLACER scores.

Students are placed into higher-level mathematics courses using either ACCUPLACER, ACT, or COMPASS scores. Note that the cut scores given below may be subject to change. (For the most recent cut scores, see the WSU Assessment and Placement Standards.

ACT Math Score1

ACCUPLACER2 Scores

Course Placement

Not Applicable

CLM 90 and above

MATH 1210  (Required for some majors)

23 and above

CLM 50 and above Note: CLM 70 or higher satisfies QL and a MATH 1050 prerequisite requirement for any course

MATH 1030 , MATH 1040 , MATH 1050 , MATH 1060 3 or MATH 1080   (Requirement varies based on major)

22 and below,
Must take
ACCUPLACER
placement exam

EA 82 or higher
CLM 0 - 49

MATH 1010 

EA 0 - 81

MATH 0990 

AR 20 - 92

MATH 0950 

1 ACT MATH scores are only valid for two years from the date of the exam
2 ACCUPLACER scores are only valid for two years from the date of the exam
3 MATH 1060  does not satisfy the QL requirement

Test Score Legend:

CLM - College Level Math EA - Elementary Algebra AR - Arithmetic


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