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What is My Learning Support Placement?

Your English Placement Index (EPI) and Math Placement Index (MPI) are listed on your Advising Tranguid in your Banner Student Records menu. If you have a Learning Support requirement, it will be listed in red. All coursework to satisfy Learning Support requirements must be taken the student’s first semester, and are not offered online.

English Placement Index
Score Course
4279 or below

Corequisite Learning Support English:
ENGL 0999* with ENGL 1101

4280 and higher English Composition I
ENGL 1101
Math Placement Index for students whose Arts and Letters major permits Quantitative Skills, MATH 1001, or Mathematical Models, MATH 1101, in Area A of core
Score Course
1174 or below MATH 0998* with MATH 1101 or
MATH 0997* with MATH 1001
1175 and higher Quantitative Skills and Reasoning, MATH 1001 or
Mathematical Models, MATH 1101
Math Placement Index for students whose major requires College Algebra, MATH 1111, or higher
Score Course
1174 or below MATH 0998* with MATH 1101 or
MATH 0997* with MATH 1001
1175-1299 Corequisite Learning Support Math for STEM/Business majors:
MATH 0999* with MATH 1111
1300 and higher MATH 1111

*Corequisite Learning Support courses ENGL 0999+ENGL1101; MATH 0997+MATH 1001; MATH 0998+MATH 1101; and MATH 0999+MATH 1111 are two courses taken in the same semester. When registering, click on “See Note” in Banner registration to view specific course information. Learning Support requirements are considered satisfied upon successful completion of the credit-bearing (college-level) course. Attendance, active participation, and submission of coursework are required in both components of Corequisite Learning Support instruction.

Students who need MATH 1111 or higher for their degree program and whose MPI is 1174 or below will first take the Arts and Letters Corequisite Learning Support Math coursework. Upon successfully earning a grade of C or higher in the credit-bearing (college-level) math course, they will then be permitted to take MATH 1111, College Algebra, as a stand-alone math course. Students wishing to attempt to place directly into Corequisite Learning Support Math for STEM majors or into MATH 1111 as a stand-alone math course should contact (prior to New Student Orientation) Dede deLaughter, the Director of Learning Support, to discuss their options: dede.delaughter@ung.edu; 706-310-6207

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