Depending on your intended degree program, you may need a math course that has a prerequisite requirement.
Find the math course below that your major requires. If you're not sure which math course series is needed for your major, please consult with your advisor.
If you are a first-year student completing the Orientation process, information regarding online registration and completion of the math placement test will be available soon. Please check back here for more information regarding online math placement testing options.
If you are a transfer student or current UNCW student needing to take the math placement test to register for courses, please select from the listed dates and times. Come to Sartarelli Hall, room 2004 at the selected time from the list below:
The following situations mean you do not need to take the UNCW math placement test:
If you previously took math courses at other community colleges, colleges, or universities, you can find out how those college math courses transfer to UNCW by checking the Transfer Articulation.
If you have a score of 3 or higher on the AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, or AP Statistics Exam, please see the UNCW Policy on Advanced Placement.
You can review UNCW's policies on Credit by Examination for more information on how academic credit is awarded by UNCW based on test scores.
You can practice with these Algebra and/or Trigonometry review problems*. Work through the problems and check your answers. The problems you miss will indicate concepts you should spend more time reviewing to prepare for the math placement test.
*Please know that these review problems are intended for print purposes only. If you need them in another format, please contact us.
Log into SeaNet Secure Login for Faculty, Staff, and Students.
Click the Student Services & Financial Aid tab.
Click Student Records.
Click Student Information.
Click Submit on the current term.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and look for Test Score Information.
If you took your UNCW Math Placement Test after March 1, 2019, the following placement score information is applicable:
If you took your UNCW Math Placement Test prior to March 1, 2019, please contact us so that we can review your student record and make recommendations for math placement.
No, your advisor will consider your placement and your degree program to help you decide which math course you should take. SeaNet will allow you to register for a lower level math course to fulfill the requirements for your degree. It is in your best interest to do your best on the math placement test to broaden your course options.
Phone: (910) 962-3217
Fax: (910) 962-7107
Sartarelli Hall, Office 2007G
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5970