ATTENTION: College offices closed for business through Jan. 1. More.
Location: 415 Davidson Hall
Phone: (614) 287-5313
Fax: 287-3807 (please indicate recipient)
Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 7:30p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30p.m.
Chairperson: Dr. Jonathan Baker, (614) 287-3833 or email@example.com. The Chair's hours vary, but are usually business hours (M-F 9am-5pm) during a term. Please check availability by contacting him directly; his duties require him to be often out of the office.
Trying to get into a class?
The usual situation is that a student is seeking to take a class despite not having the prerequisite, at least according to the College's records. Please contact the Chair of the department directly to discuss these issues, or to make an appointment to do so. We do not have a "Math advisor," and office staff are not qualified to make official determinations about your competency in Math. You may wish to expedite your request via the Web. Fill out this form, and the Chair will reply as soon as possible. Please note that you will need the Chair's signature if overriding a prerequisite, and the instructor's signature if joining a full class or adding a class after instruction has begun. You will then need to take your signed Add/Drop form to Registration (the second floor of Madison Hall.)
Severe Weather Policy
In the event that the college must close, or alter its operating schedule, because
of severe weather or other emergencies, an announcement will be broadcast on local
television and radio stations, and on the college's Web site at www.cscc.edu. Those subscribed to the Rave Mobile Safety program will receive text alerts when campus must close due to emergency or weather-related
Students who reside in areas which fall under a Level III or worse Weather Emergency should not attempt to drive to Columbus State even if the college remains open. Consult your course syllabus for information on the makeup of missed homework, labs, tests, or quizzes, or contact your instructor. It is the student's responsibility to keep up with reading and other assignments when a scheduled class does not meet, whatever the reason.
- To provide a learner-centered environment that addresses the diverse needs of our learning community.
- To enhance learning opportunities through effective and appropriate use of technology.
- To provide appropriate courses and services on a flexible scheduling basis to meet the needs and requirements of our associate degree, developmental, career and technology, transfer and high school students, other departments within Columbus State Community College and other colleges/universities.
- To encourage an understanding and appreciation of diversity in the teaching styles among our faculty.
- To support and encourage communication among all faculty to create a unified learning community.
- To provide opportunities for faculty enrichment and support through mentoring, training and collaboration.
- To encourage collaborative efforts with other departments and divisions within the college.
- To provide academic integrity and to support Columbus State Community College and its mission.
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[NEW !] Confused about Calculus on semesters ?
Spend a page with us as we explain the changes.
Semester MATH+STAT Courses (as of July 2012)
NQE = no quarter equivalent. LE and LB = lecture and lab hours. Not all of these courses will be offered 2012-2013.MATH 1099, and math required for majors (per catalog.)
Shows which quarter class is covered in the semester version.
In a 16-week semester there are 15 weeks of instruction, followed by a finals week. Some classes are STAT, but still administered through the Math department. (MATH is listed separately in Course Listings.)
S2S Student Tips:
Semesters began 2012, August 29.
Read the college’s pledge.
Verify your major or declare one if you haven’t already. (Call the TIC, 287-5353, or submit a Change of Information form, available online, to Records and Registration.)
Run a Degree Audit Report (DARS) (Log on to CougarWeb and click on "My Degree Audit.")
Attend an advising session.
With an advisor, create a Transitional Plan of Study.
(More at the Semesters FAQ.)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.