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Bridge to College Math

Bridge to College Math is an online, noncredit (no-unit charge, just the Student Health Fee) program designed to give you support by building your mathematical confidence and proficiency while improving your math placement. Sign up for Bridge to College Math if you need a math refresher or if you want to place out of a support class to reduce units.

What is a typical online Bridge day? You will work on your computer using an adaptive computer system. Advancing through the prerequisite knowledge needed to be successful in the college-level class. The instructor and/or a tutor will be available to help you using Zoom (video meeting software used for remote learning), from 9 am-1 pm. You can always work ahead on your own, and email instructor outside of these hours.

Which classes is this designed for? We are here to help everyone be successful in math. You will be work through one of the following course paths:

  • Intermediate Algebra Bootcamp: Intended for any student placed into M56+6, M56, or M60
  • College Algebra Bootcamp: Intended for any student placed into M110+11, M110, or M126
  • Statistics Bootcamp: Intended for any student placed into M54, M120+20, or M120
  • Precalculus and Calculus Bootcamp: Intended for any student placed into M127, M135, M140, M130+30, or M130

Next Bridge to College Math Course

N BASC 901, Course 51084, with Luis Guererro
August 03 – August 20, 2020
Monday – Thursday
9 AM to 1 PM, Online
Contact Luis Guererro:

N BASC 901-2, Course 73482, with Shelbi Mayo
August 24 – September 10, 2020
Monday – Thursday
9:35 AM to 12:25 PM, Online
Contact Shelbi Mayo:

How to Apply


  1.  Apply to Palomar College.
  2. Review your Mathematics Placement in MyPalomar. Contact the Assessment Center for guidance.
  3. Enroll in N BASC 901 with the course number.

Bridge to College Math is open to incoming, continuing, and returning Palomar College Students.

Download the flyer: Bridge to College Math Summer 2020 Poster + FAQ

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