The UAccess system can "overlook" some of your prerequisites in the following instances:
- The system looks to the first time you received credit for the prerequisite course. For example, suppose you are trying to enroll in Math 223, which requires a grade of C or higher in Math 129. However, on your first attempt of Math 129 you received a D. Since this is a passing grade, you received credit, but you didn't meet the prerequisites. Even after you have passed Math 129 on further attempts with a grade of C or better, the system doesn't see past the first attempt. Ask for assistance in Math 108 as our staff can add a milestone so the system can recognize the prerequisite credit.
- If your prerequisite material was transferred in more than 3 semesters ago, the material is outdated, and you may be required to re-take the placement exam. If you end up testing below the level you were expecting, you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advising.
- If your prerequisite material was transferred in, the system may just not be recognizing it. Ask for assistance in Math 108 as our staff can add a milestone so the system can recognize the prerequisite credit.
You might also have a hold on your account, as shown by a negative service indicator (red circle with a slash through it) in the upper right-hand corner of your UAccess screen. Click on the icon to see which hold it it is.
If you believe you are eligible for a class yet you cannot enroll, please contact the Math Placement Office.