Noncredit Courses - Math
Noncredit Math Courses
Do you need to refresh your math skills before taking more advanced math or stats?
Do you need to improve your math skills for your job or for everyday life?
Cabrillo has a solution for you! Noncredit Math courses are free, repeatable, low-stress options for students who want to strengthen their math foundations. If you want to get a head start on math for next semester, or if you need to cover specific math material to prepare for a science class, enroll anytime before or during the semester.
Friendly Math Instructors are available to help you on Zoom every day, Monday through Thursday!
To get started, enroll directly in the Noncredit Math course with the topics you'd like to work on. It's free! And you can enroll anytime during the semester.
Math 350A: Arithmetic I - Whole Numbers/Decimals/Fractions/Percents/Proportions
Math 350B: Arithmetic II - Geometry/Negative Numbers/Intro to Variables
Math 370A: Algebra I - Equations/Inequalities/Graphing/Polynomials/Quadratics
Math 370B: Algebra II - Rationals/Radicals/Exponentials/Logs/Conics
Once you are enrolled, go to Cabrillo's Canvas site. Your noncredit course will be on your Dashboard. Click on the course, and you will be on the Home page of the course. At the top of the Home page of the course, you will find the current schedule for the drop-in math lab with instructors. There is also a link to drop-in Zoom hours. Join either in person or online at any time that works for you, and our instructors will help you to make a personalized study plan so you can get where you want to be with math.
Have fun reviewing math with friends, terrific tutors, and amazing instructors during a week-long intensive before the semester starts. Introducing Math PLUS at Cabrillo College - Video
Food and review materials are provided FREE.
- Math PLUS: Elementary Algebra Review
- Math PLUS: Intermediate Algebra Review
- Math PLUS: Preparation for Statistics
- Math PLUS: Precalculus Review
Location / Times
We offer classes in the Watsonville Center and the Aptos campus. Daytime options (9am-3pm) and evening options (5:30pm-8:30pm).
Visit the Math Plus website to get started.