Math Leap-Prepare for Your Fall 2019 Math Class!

Starting fall 2019, all DVC students have the right to start in transfer-level math, even if you haven’t completed the prerequisites (Learn more about AB705)! We believe that all students can be successful, and have set up Math Leap to give students a quick refresh before leaping into the higher-level math.

Has it been a while since your last math class and you want to brush up on your algebra or trigonometry skills before the fall semester? Do you want to get a preview of the skills needed for success in statistics? Then Math Leap is for you! Come join Math Leap July 29th to August 15th! No grades, no stress, no cost, just fun review and confidence building.

View our Math Leap flyer for more information

STARTS JULY 29, 2019

Increase your confidence and your success!

  • No homework.
  • No grades.
  • No pressure.
  • Totally free!

What about enrollment?

  • Come when you can, stay as long as you want!
  • Must be a DVC student*: Steps To Enroll
  • No pre-registration needed.  Just show up!

Summer 2019 schedule

MATH LEAP morning class 7/29/2019 - 8/15/2019 
MTWTh from 10 am - 12 pm
Math Lab, second floor of the LC building (Campus map)

To reserve a spot in this class, please send an email to mathleap@dvc.edu with your name, email and phone  number and the subject line ”Reserve a seat in the morning Math Leap class in SU19”.
You can complete your registration and get all class materials in the first class meeting, on Monday July 29 at 10 am.

MATH LEAP evening class 7/29/2019 - 8/15/2019 
MTWTh from 6 pm - 8 pm
Math Lab, second floor of the LC building (Campus map)

To reserve a spot in this class, please send an email to mathleap@dvc.edu with your name, email and phone  number and the subject line”Reserve a seat in the evening Math Leap class in SU19”.
You can complete your registration and get all class materials in the first class meeting, on Monday July 29 at 6 pm.  

Why take this class?

Many students have been away from math prior to arriving on campus and need an opportunity to remember topics they may have forgotten. Math Leap provides students with personalized learning to help recover earlier knowledge, giving students the opportunity to succeed before they even begin class.

What to expect

Students will work on ALEKS PPL, which uses science to identify what a student already knows and what they are ready to learn next. Students then get a personalized review of the math skills they need to know in order to succeed in their next math class. Students will have an opportunity to improve their success through an individualized, adaptive learning.  While Math Leap is only a few weeks long, students will be able to continue working on their own for six more months provided they have access to a computer and internet.

Questions?

Math Division Office:   925-969-2688
Email:  mathleap@dvc.edu