This page pertains to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students who wish to take a NetMath® self-paced course.
PZ/NZ (Pass Covid/No Pass Covid) Option for Matriculated Students at the University of Illinois
- Illinois students who began, or completed, a NetMath course between January 25th, 2021 and May 14th, 2021 may elect the PZ/NZ final grade option for their NetMath course.
- Please contact your College Advising Office regarding how to apply the PZ/NZ option to your NetMath course.
- Students who completed a NetMath course prior to January 25, 2021 are not eligible for the PZ/NZ option for their course.
- NetMath cannot process a PZ/NZ option on behalf of students, and we also cannot advise students whether they should/should not choose this option.
- The registrar’s office is reaching out to campus advisors with guidelines for advising students about PZ/NZ. Please contact your advisor directly if you have any questions.
- If you are eligible and wish to elect the PZ/NZ final grade option for your NetMath course, the deadline to select PZ/NZ for both undergraduate and graduate students is Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 11:59 pm CST.
All of us at NetMath hope you are staying well. We wish you all the best in your NetMath course!
Students currently enrolled in a University of Illinois Graduate Degree program are restricted from registering in 16-week Academic Year-term NetMath courses. Matriculating UIUC Grad students will be allowed to register in Summer Semester NetMath courses.
Degree-seeking students at the University of Illinois may take a NetMath course during the Academic Year (AY) term or during the Summer term. Compare these options Here.
Register in a Summer term NetMath course via Student Self-Service https://apps.uillinois.edu/selfservice/
UIUC degree-seeking students may register for a self-paced, AY term NetMath course using the CITL registration portal at NetMath Registration Form. Note: Non-degree students will also use the same form to register in a NetMath course.
- Upon receiving your registration application form and confirmation of intent to enroll, our registrar at the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) will contact your College for approval.
- Your College will review the approval request to see if you meet the stated prerequisites and other criteria specific to your UIUC degree program. CITL will process your NetMath course registration after receiving college approval. Note: If the approval request is denied, you will be informed of the reason and the office to contact for any follow up.
- NetMath self-paced courses are offered in the Academic Year term and do not count toward your semester credit load.
- During certain times of the year, such as the end of the Spring semester, colleges take longer to respond to approval requests. This causes delays in processing UIUC NetMath course registrations. College advisors may be waiting on final course grades for the semester and also busy with graduating students. We strongly suggest students keep this in mind when submitting their registration requests and plan accordingly. We encourage you to submit your request at least two weeks in advance of your desired course start date.
Placement Scores: Math 112, 115, and 220
All degree-seeking University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students enrolling in Math 112, 115, or 220 are required to obtain a minimum ALEKS PPL placement score of 40% (Math 112), 65% (Math 115) or 80% (Math 220). AP credit and previous coursework do not satisfy nor exempt you from this requirement. For more information, please visit the ALEKS page.
UIUC students have to pay the same tuition as non-UIUC students for 16 week Academic Year (AY) term NetMath courses. These courses are offered for on-demand enrollment as self-paced options, therefore they are billed separately from your University of Illinois undergraduate tuition charges. Most types of financial aid do not apply to these sections because they are not semester based. Certain types of tuition assistance, such as those offered by the US Military, may apply. If you have questions regarding financial aid eligibility, please contact the campus Office of Student Financial Aid at: 217-333-0100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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GPA and Transcript
NetMath courses are for credit and count towards your GPA. When a final grade is assigned, the course will appear on your UIUC transcript with the same name as a mathematics course you would take on campus. It will be listed under Academic Year courses.
In addition to self-paced courses, NetMath also offers term-based courses during Summer Semester. Click here for more information about NetMath summer courses.
A NetMath course can be used for grade replacement. However, it is the student's responsibility to sign up for grade replacement soon after registering for the NetMath course. Please consult the undergraduate office of your home department for more information. Note that a grade replacement request may be rejected, and your college office will have information about such exceptions.