Starting with the Spring 2010 semester, the Hartnell College Math Lab as we've known it over the last several years no longer exists.

The "L series" math classes that were offered before in the Math Lab (Math 200L, 201L1 through 201L3, 121L1 through 121L4, 123L1 through 123L4, and 151L1 through 151L3) are still available. Those classes are now being offered in a different format, and they are no longer self-paced.

Math 205 and 206 (the individualized study courses that support the lecture courses in math) are not being offered at all.

Keep reading for more information on what's going on with those courses.

**The
Courses That Are Being Offered**

·
Arithmetic
of Whole Numbers: Math 200L

·
Pre-Algebra,
Levels 1, 2, and 3: Math 201L1, 201L2,
and 201L3

·
Elementary
Algebra, Levels 1 through 4: Math 121L1,
121L2, 121L3, and 121L4

·
Intermediate
Algebra, Levels 1 through 4: Math 123L1,
123L2, 123L3, and 123L4

·
Technical
Math, Levels 1, 2, and 3: Math 151L1,
151L2, and 151L3

You can
find these courses online in PAWS and register for them online, by phone, or in
person at the Admissions and Records office.

**Things
That Are Staying The Same About These Courses**

·
Each course will cover
the same math topics as they did when they were offered in the Math Lab.

·
Students will
still work individually in a lab-like setting, rather than attending a
regular lecture class.

**Things
That Are Different About These Courses**

·
These
are **short courses**, meeting 4 hours a week for 8 weeks.

·
These
courses are **not self-paced**. That means you have to attend at a set
time, you have to be in the class from the start of the 8-week session, and you
have to finish by the end of the 8 weeks. The pace is
slower than in a regular lecture class, but you still have to keep up!

·
In
addition to the 4 hours a week in class, you have to do **several hours a week of online
computer work**. This is really to your advantage, because otherwise you
would have to spend 6 to 9 hours a week in class!

·
**Math
205 and 206 will not be available. **Help is still
available in the Tutorial Center, and we're looking for other ways to support students in lecture classes who
need help outside of class.

**Times**

**Please check the class schedule for hours.**