I. Undergraduate Course Catalog
II. Student Disability Accommodations and Services
- The University of Houston System complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, pertaining to the provision of reasonable academic adjustments/auxiliary aids for students who have a disability. In accordance with Section 504 and ADA guidelines, University of Houston strives to provide reasonable academic adjustments/auxiliary aids to students who request and require them. If you believe that you have a disability requiring an academic adjustments/auxiliary aid, please visit The Center for Students with DisABILITIES (CSD) website at http://www.uh.edu/csd/ for more information.
III. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Statement
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) can help students who are having difficulties managing stress, adjusting to college, or feeling sad and hopeless. You can reach (CAPS) by calling 713-743-5454 during and after business hours for routine appointments or if you or someone you know is in crisis. No appointment is necessary for the "Let's Talk" program, a drop-in consultation service at convenient locations and hours around campus. Please view this link if you need to know how to respond to a student that may need CAPS' services.
IV. UH Academic Honesty Policy
- University of Houston students are expected to adhere to the Academic Honesty Policy as described in the UH Undergraduate Catalog. “Academic dishonesty” means employing a method or technique or engaging in conduct in an academic endeavor that contravenes the standards of ethical integrity expected at the University of Houston or by a course instructor to fulfill any and all academic requirements. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, the following: Plagiarism; Cheating and Unauthorized Group Work; Fabrication, Falsification, and Misrepresentation; Stealing and Abuse of Academic Materials; Complicity in Academic Dishonesty; Academic Misconduct.
Refer to UH Academic Honesty website (http://www.uh.edu/provost/policies/honesty/) and the UH Student Catalog for the definition of these terms and university’s policy on Academic Dishonesty. Anyone caught cheating will be reported to the department for further disciplinary actions, receive sanctions as explained on these documents, and will have an academic dishonesty record at the Provosts office. The sanctions for confirmed violations of this policy shall be commensurate with the nature of the offense and with the record of the student regarding any previous infractions. Sanctions may include, but are not limited to: a lowered grade, failure on the examination or assignment in question, failure in the course, probation, suspension, or expulsion from the University of Houston, or a combination of these. Students may not receive a W for courses in which they have been found in violation of the Academic Honesty Policy. If a W is received prior to a finding of policy violation, the student will become liable for the Academic Honesty penalty, including F grades.
V. Math Placement Exams and Courses after College Algebra
VI. UH Grades - Incomplete Policy (under "Grade Explanations")
- NSM Incomplete Grade Agreement Form - (this electronic form may be completed by both student and instructor before a temporary grade of "I" is assigned on the grade roster)
- MATH Incomplete Grade Agreement Form - (this fillable PDF may be completed by both student and instructor before a temporary grade of "I" is assigned on the grade roster)
VI. Course Policies for all Math 13xx courses (temporarily unavailable)
VII. Reference Syllabi for Selected Courses
VIII. Additional Undergraduate Academic Forms and Resources
- General Petition
- Transfer Credit Petition
- Minor Degree Plan Request - Mathematics
- Department of Mathematics Complaint Form(s): (PDF) ; (*fillable PDF) ; (.docx)
- NSM Online Teaching Tools and Instructions ***
- NSM Continuity Updates ***
- COVID-19 UH Updates ***
- Interim Undergraduate Grade Policy ***
- MATH 1100 co-requisites (Fall 2021)