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Mathematics Department Placement Coordinator

Mathematics Department Placement Coordinator

Mathematics Department Placement Coordinator

The job of the of the Coordinator is to clear a student's ability to meet the prerequisite of an Oakton MAT course.  For more about placement testing, see our math placement testing page.

To successfully complete your registration that requires placement by the Mathematics Assessment Coordinator, perform the following steps.

  1. Fill out the online form to indicate which OCC MAT classes you are interested in taking.

  2. Fax a copy of your transcripts and other supporting documentation to 847-635-1691 or deliver them to room  2180 DP.

  3. Wait until you are contacted by email or phone regarding the status of your request.

  4. Register for your selected courses on campus or by the Internet at myOakton.

Please note that your prerequisite clearance for a given Oakton MAT course does not imply that you are registered for that course.  You may need to perform other activities for registration. 

Current Mathematics Assessment Coordinator:

Joseph Gleyzer
email: mathplace@oakton.edu
Div. II Ph.#847-635-1688,
Fax(DP) 847-635-1691(attn. Math Advisor)
Fax(RH) 847-635-1496(attn. Math Advisor)

Office Hours for Mathematics Assessment Coordinator

 

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January 12
Faculty return for spring 2015 semester.

January 16
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January 19
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