- You can access the Student Survey by clicking here.
- Please answer these questions to help us get to know you better.
- You can’t easily save your responses in the on-line form, so compose your responses in a separate file, then copy and paste into the appropriate space on this form; please use simple formatting.
- Make sure to save a copy of your responses which will serve as good source material for Self-Evaluations and Academic Statements.
Our mandatory first class meeting begins promptly at 9:00 am Tuesday October 1 in Purce Hall Classroom 7. We ask all students (even those not taking calculus) to attend this important class session. Registered students who will miss this meeting must contact faculty in advance. Please make sure to complete and bring the First Day Writing Assignment with you.
We are eager to meet those of you we don’t know, welcome back those we have worked with before, and to begin our work together!
-Krishna, Lydia, and Vauhn
The full 16-credit program includes calculus, calculus-based physics (“university physics”) with lab, and general chemistry with lab. The 12-credit option includes algebra-based physics (“college physics”) and general chemistry (both with lab). A 10-credit option will include calculus and calculus-based physics with lab, and a 6-credit option will include just algebra-based physics with lab; students interested in either of these options should contact the faculty for a signature. Students with questions about the various credit options or about their readiness for any portion of the program should contact any of the faculty team via email, with particular questions about chemistry to Lydia McKinstry, about calculus to Vauhn Foster-Grahler, and about calculus and physics to Krishna Chowdary.
Please use the Texts & Materials link to find a list of textbooks.