ID number: (e.g. 00987654)
uNID: (e.g. u0987654)
Restricted to students in the Diversity Scholars Program. Contact
Office for Equity and Diversity (801) 581-8151 for registration
The Math Department does not issues codes for this section. This
section is restricted to first generation, low income students, or
students with a disability. Contact EOP at 581-7188 for
registration if you think you may be eligible for this program.
Otherwise please select a different section.
This section is designed for students whose plans include graduate
school in math, science, or engineering, and who are interested in
getting a deeper understanding of linear algebra than in the
standard sections. Enrollment requires department consent and you
need to contact the undergraduate math advisor if you think you
may be eligible (
http://www.math.utah.edu/ugrad/advising.html). Otherwise, please
select a different section to register for through CIS.
At what college/university did you take your prerequisite classes?
Has your transfer coursework already been evaluated by the Physics & Astronomy undergraduate advisor (Angie Gardiner)?
If not, you need to provide the official course description. Submit one of the following:
If your transfer course work does not appear on your DARS:
If your test scores do not appear on your DARS:
Have you obtained the instructor's consent to take this course?
In what department?
Please let us know what other circumstances may apply:
Please make sure your information above is correct and
complete before sending this request!
Within one full week after
completing the form and hitting the "Request" button, you will
receive a follow-up e-mail from a Physics & Astronomy Department
member. The e-mail communication will be sent to your Umail
e-mail address. Please check your Umail e-mail or have that
e-mail forwarded to an address you do check.
If you have further questions, you can contact the Physics & Astronomy
email@example.com after filling out this
form and waiting for a week for our response. (Please e-mail
rather than call the Physics & Astronomy Department.)