Students must have 16 Arranged Hours completed by the specified date each semester (see below). These hours may be accumulated by any combination of the following five options with specific details for each method listed further down the page.

1) SI Sessions - Sessions are one hour long, students sign in and out on the provided attendence sheet and are required to stay the whole hour. The scedules for the SI sessions is prosted on the bulleting board outside the Math Lab and **Math Lab website**, as we as on the bulletin boards outside of the Math Department office. NOT AVALIABLE IN SUMMER AND WINTER

2) Workshops/Study Sessions - Students must sign in and out on the provided attendance sheet and are required to stay the whole hour. The schdeules for workshops and study session are posted on the bulletin board outside the Math Lab and **Math Lab website**, as well as on the bulletin boards outside the Math Department office.

NOT AVAILABLE IN SUMMER AND WINTER

3) Department-created Activities – There are activities that were created by various Math Department faculty available in the Math Learning Resource Center (MC 72) or on the **Math Lab website** at: http://www.smc.edu/AcademicPrograms/Mathematics/MathLab/Pages/default.aspx

The activities for each class can be found under a link along the left of the page called “Activities for Math ##”.

4) Online Activities– In Math 81 and 84 we use WebAssign, in Math 31 we use MyMathLab which works through eCompanion. Students must answer at least 70% of the questions correctly on each section to receive one hour credit (the introduction does not count). Arranged Hour activities are labeled “My Assignments” in webassign and “homework” in eCompanion.

5) Activities – Come with newly purchased textbooks. Activities must be completed on the original paperwork, photocopies or hand written copies cannot be accepted. In Math 81 the activities are part of the textbook and can be located at the back of the book. In Math 84 and 31 they come as a separate booklet. **For Math 31 only**, if a student did not purchase a new textbook they can still complete the activities on paper. Please direct them to:

http://www.amazon.com/Learning-Introductory-Algebra-College-Students/dp/0321760476

http://www.amazon.com/Learning-Introductory-Algebra-College-Students/dp/0321760476

To complete activities online deadline is 11:59 pm Wednesday July 27th 2016.

To accumulate hours towards your arranged hour commitment you must follow the directions correctly. Failure to follow these directions may result in hours not being accumulated on the official report and can result in a substandard grade.