### Public Service Announcements

If you advisor says something and the catalog says something else, the catalog always wins. Unless your advisors advice is written up as a formal petition that has been approved by the Powers That Be.

Also, if someone outside the math department says that you can take a math class and someone from within the math department says you can't and the catalog says that the prerequisites are "departmentally enforced," then you can't take the class. Unless you can get the math department to change its mind.

Furthermore, if your math ACT score is in the teens, you shouldn't just assume that you're going to pass a college math class. No matter what your friends say.

(Wanna guess what has taken up just about my entire weekend?)

Also, if someone outside the math department says that you can take a math class and someone from within the math department says you can't and the catalog says that the prerequisites are "departmentally enforced," then you can't take the class. Unless you can get the math department to change its mind.

Furthermore, if your math ACT score is in the teens, you shouldn't just assume that you're going to pass a college math class. No matter what your friends say.

(Wanna guess what has taken up just about my entire weekend?)