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Ann Brackebusch

​​​​​​​​​Summer 2017 Classes  

These summer online classes require a proctored final exam.
They are scheduled to take place over 8 weeks, however students will be allowed to accelerate and finish earlier, in six weeks or even less.
Students with verified prerequisites: A "Getting Started" email will be sent to students' OC email (not Canvas) on June 30. The class website will open on July 1. (Students, be sure to check your junk mail folder just in case.)
Students not active in the class website by Wednesday July ​5 are administratively withdrawn from the class.
Students whose prerequisites cannot be verified: An email requesting prerequisite information will be sent. Students who were issued an entry code from an evaluator may simply forward that email in advance of June 30.
Prerequisites for Math& 107 or Math& 146: Math 099 or Math 099I or Math 098I taken Spring 2011 or later with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or an appropriate Accuplacer score dated May 2015 or later.
Online Math& 107, class website is in MyMathLab, proctored final exam required, syllabus​
Online Math& 146, class website is in MyStatLab, proctored final exam required.​ 

Fall 2017 Classes​ ​
Math& 107, online
Math& 146, Bremerton campus, 11:30 am to 12:54 pm​ MWF
Math 147, Bremerton campus, 1 pm to 3:15 pm MW
Math 147, online

Winter 2018 Classes​​ ​
Math& 107, online
Math& 146, online
Math 147, Bremerton campus, 1 pm to 3:15 pm TuTh
Math& 148, Bremerton campus, 1 pm to 3:15 pm MW

Spring 2018 Classes​​ ​
Math& 107, online
Math 099, Bremerton campus, 10 am to 12:15 pm TuTh
Math& 148, Bremerton campus, 1 pm to 3:15 pm TuTh

Off Campus until Fall 2017  
Office hours will resume on Monday September 25.

OC Student Email​​
​Use your OC student email for all communications with your professors and all Olympic College services.
OC student account information, help is at h​​ or 360-475-7600.
All of the professor's online classes require proctored exams.
​​​A proctored exam is when a proctor, such as your instructor, is present to supervise the administration of an exam.  This means that you will need to go to the Olympic College campus, an​other college's testing center, or a military education center to take one​ or more exams. Email if you have questions.