NetMath Advising


NetMath courses are taught by the University of Illinois Mathematics Department. These courses earn University of Illinois transcript credit, which transfers to most peer institutions. We offer courses in multiple formats:

  • Our 16-week, open enrollment sections accept registrations all year round. See NetMath AY Courses for College Students for more information.
  • 8 and 12-week Summer Semester courses are available during the UIUC summer term. See NetMath Summer Semester Courses for more information.
  • Stat 200 is offered in a cohort-based format with new cohorts beginning once a month. See Stat 200 for more information. 

Non Degree Students:

Before you register in a NetMath course, we recommend that you consult with an academic advisor at your home institution to confirm that the course will count toward your specific degree program. If you have questions regarding the syllabus, format, topics, or pre-requisites for a NetMath course, email our advisor.

If you have questions or are seeking information regarding special needs or accommodations, contact our Student Services Coordinator.


UIUC Degree-Seeking Students:

Registration in a NetMath Academic Year (16-week, open enrollment) course section requires approval from your college office. Once you submit a registration request our registrar at CITL will contact your college office for registration approval. Any holds on your UIUC Student Account must be cleared before registration can be completed. If you have questions about your NetMath course registration application, contact our registrar.

UIUC students may self-register in NetMath Summer Semester (8 & 12-week) course sections via Enterprise Self-Service. Our summer semester courses follow the UIUC summer semester add & drop deadlines and refund schedule. For more information, see the Office of the Registrar page for their Summer 2021 Academic Calendar and Summer 2021 Refund Schedule

If you have questions regarding the syllabus, format, topics, or pre-requisites for a NetMath course, email our advisor

If you have questions or are seeking information regarding special needs or accommodations, contact our Student Services Coordinator.


A list of UIUC College Contacts is posted here for your convenience. All students are encouraged to consult with their academic advisor prior to registration.

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