What is SAC Math Jam?

Math Jam is a free 1 week intensive math review session designed to improve a student’s preparation for up coming math classes. It is usually held 2 weeks prior to the start of each semester. The session consists of: interactive learning, group learning, tutoring, individual instruction.

How can students benefit from it?

•Build stronger mathematics knowledge and study skills

•Boost your math confidence.

•Have fun with math and make friends who share the same goals.

•Enhance your chances for success in college

Who can sign up?

All Santa Ana College students who are going into Math Classes listed below.

How much does it cost?

It is completely free.

Where?

The session will be held at the SAC Math Center L-204.

**Start the Semester Off Right!**

For students who are entering into

Math 080, 083, 084, 160, 170, 180, 185 or Bridge to Engineering

Math 078

August 10-13, 2015

9:00am – 3:00pm

9:00am – 3:00pm

Room L-204

(2nd floor of the Library building)

(2nd floor of the Library building)

Phone: 714-564-6678

Math Jam is a free 2 week intensive math review session designed to improve a student’s preparation for up coming math classes. It is usually held 2 weeks prior to the start of each semester. The session consists of: interactive learning, group learning, tutoring, individual instruction.

•Build stronger mathematics knowledge and study skills

•Boost your math confidence.

•Have fun with math and make friends who share the same goals.

•Enhance your chances for success in college

Who can sign up?

All Santa Ana College students who are going into Math 160-Trigonometry, Math 170-PreCalculus, or Math 180 Calculus 1.

It is completely **free. **

The session will be held at the SAC Math Center L-204.

Math 81 requires that students spend one hour per week in the Math Center working on a particular DLA. Some of these activities will cover typically challenging math topics and will be completed through the interaction with the Math Center Instructors and Staff. Others consist of developing a student's study skills and will be completed using one of the Math Center computers.

It is vital that students log in to and out of the **DLA attendance computer** in order to receive DLA credit for their course.

You are REQUIRED to attend at least
1 hour in the Math Center during the 1st week of
classes AND at least 1 hour during the 2nd week.** FAILURE TO ATTEND EITHER OF THESE
WEEKS WILL RESULT IN YOU BEING DROPPED FROM THE CLASS.**

* REPEAT: You will be **DROPPED** as of Monday, Feb 23th if you have failed
to attend 1 DLA hour **each week** during the first 2 weeks of school.

The Math Center Management does not drop students. Your instructor is required to drop their students who do not complete 1-hour-per-week DLA requirement.

The Math Center Management does not drop students. Your instructor is required to drop their students who do not complete 1-hour-per-week DLA requirement.