Math 220, 231, 241, 285, 292, 299, 415, & 461 are currently closed. Math 220, 231, 241, 285 are finishing up redevelopment and expected to reopen during mid-Fall 2023; Math 292, 415 & 461 are being discontinued. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may cause our students!
This information pertains to HS graduates, college students, and beyond registering in our 16-week courses open for registration all year round.
Before starting your registration, please review the NetMath Registration Process. (PDF)
Important Information for University of Illinois Students
If you are currently a degree-seeking student at the University of Illinois, please read the information at For Current UIUC Students before registering in a NetMath course.
Please Note: Students currently registered in a University of Illinois Graduate Degree program are restricted from registering in 16-week Academic Year-term NetMath courses. Matriculating UIUC Grad students may register in 8-week & 12-week Summer Session 2 NetMath courses.
Please note the following before registering:
- You may only enroll in one course at a time.
- Depending on how much information is required, your registration may take about 5-10 business days to be processed.
- Once you confirm your enrollment request, you will be enrolled in that course within the next few days barring any account or advising holds.
- Your time in the course will begin on the date your registration is processed. After registration, you will receive course start instructions from the NetMath office with your official start and end course dates. You should access your course and start working on the material as soon as you receive these instructions. Please Note: There is no mechanism to pause or delay a NetMath course after registration.
Click on the button below to register. If you are a new NetMath student, you will need to create an account to login.
NetMath® Certificate Program
You may take classes for individual course credit or as part of the NetMath Certificate of Professional Development in Applied Mathematics. If you are registering in the NetMath Certificate Program, please consult the list of course requirements before selecting your class.