Please review this page for information on this self-paced online course. Registration is free. You do not have to be a U of S student to register. If you have already registered, you may log in here.
The Math Readiness Course is designed to help students prepare for university-level calculus courses by refreshing skills from high school mathematics. The families of topics from high school mathematics that are reviewed in Math Readiness include:
Online Math Readiness is provided free of charge. The University of Saskatchewan also offers a face-to-face version of the course, which is subject to a tuition fee. For more information about registration, dates and fees for the face-to-face course, please refer to the Centre for Continuing & Distance Education or email email@example.com.
Online Math Readiness is primarily an independent study course - a student will be able to proceed through the course at his or her own pace. One of the features of Online Math Readiness is that a student is able to ask fellow students for their thoughts about the course notes and exercises via online discussion boards and chat. Additional support may be available online on an ad-hoc basis.
Anyone may apply to register for the Online Math Readiness course. However, the University of Saskatchewan reserves the right to restrict access to the course geographically, or to those who have a valid reason for seeking access.
To register for access to Online Math Readiness, visit the registration page.
Accounts expire after a certain period of time (usually about a year). If you find that your own account has expired and you would still like access to the course materials, please fill out this registration form again. Re-establishing your access to the online course should be straightforward.
Online Math Readiness is offered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, the Centre for Continuing & Distance Education and the University Learning Centre at the University of Saskatchewan. The course is delivered via the ULC-iHelp system, which was developed in the ARIES lab in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan has offered the Math Readiness Course in some form since 1996.