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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) will be implementing a new five-hour developmental math course that combines introductory algebra and intermediate algebra in a one-semester course. It will be offered in the fall 2015 semester.This course is open to NEO students who meet cut-off score criteria. Standard tuition and fees will apply.

Students who are interested in enrolling in the course should contact their advisor. Class space is limited, so students should enroll as quickly as possible.

The intermediate algebra with review course is categorized in the course catalog as MATH 0125.

“We know the time and cost involved in completing multiple math courses can increase time to degree completion and slow students entry into college level gateway courses,” said Dr. Shannon Cunningham, assistant vice president for academic affairs. “As a result, we are committing resources to new initiatives designed to help our students meet college-level math standards in fewer semesters.”NEO is also offering FREE boot camps this summer in an effort to help college students test into a higher level math class and local high school students improve math ACT scores to enroll in college algebra concurrently. All sessions will meet Monday – Wednesday, and a residual ACT exam will be offered during the last session date. Click here to register: http://tinyurl.com/L6coms5

Sessions are free, but the residual ACT is $47.50. Scores from residual testing are reported only to NEO for admission, course placement, and advising purposes.

For more information contact Rachel Lloyd at rlloyd@neo.edu or call 918-540-6242.

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