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What is Personalized Accelerated Learning (PAL)?

With the PAL program, you can complete your required classes quickly with a PAL cohort. Research has shown students enrolled in PAL math cohorts experienced 25% success increase vs. students enrolled in traditional math courses. To learn more about the PAL program, and to be eligible to enroll in PAL classes, complete this brief online PAL Orientation:

Complete the PAL Orientation


Spring 2022 PAL Cohort:

The Personalized Accelerated Learning (PAL) Program provides the opportunity to complete classes at an accelerated pace, via PAL Cohorts. 

  • A PAL Cohort consists of two, accelerated, 8 week classes that take place back-to-back in one 16 week semester, available in the fall & spring semesters.
  • Before you can register for a PAL cohort, you will need to complete a short online Orientation

Trigonometry and Precalculus Spring '22 Cohort:

COURSE NAME DATES DAYS TIMES CLASS TYPE CREDITS

MATH-102-61110 

Trigonometry

02/07/22 - 04/02/22

Mon

Tue.

Wed.

Thurs.

2:25 PM - 4:30 PM OnlineLIVE class conducted via Canvas/Zoom during scheduled times. 4

MATH-104-61122 

Precalculus

04/11/22 - 06/02/22

Mon

Tue.

Wed.

Thurs.

2:25 PM - 5:00 PM OnlineLIVE class conducted via Canvas/Zoom during scheduled times. 5

Listed cohorts are subject to change


What students say about their experience in PAL

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“By taking math daily, the concepts become easier.”

– PAL student.

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“Expanded network, perspective and confidence building.”

– PAL student.

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“Finishing my required classes faster!”

– PAL student.

Students response to question "What would you tell someone who's interested in taking PAL classes?"

Student response to question "How was PAL different than you thought it would be?"

Student responses to question "What's the greatest benefit of taking PAL classes?"

Note:

  • Please consult with a program advisor or counselor if you are unsure which PAL course to take based on your educational goals.    
  • If you're a Veteran, please check with Veteran's Affairs​ (Hasley Hall 207, Phone 661-362-3469) to see how PAL might affect your benefits!​​

Complete classes at an accelerated pace with PAL