Registration for High School Students

This information pertains only to High School Students. Click here for Stat 200 registration information.


Before Registering

  1. Please see our Pre-Registration Instructions.
  2. Find your course on our High School Course Listing.
  3. Review tuition price and course requirements on this page to see if you are eligible.
  4. Review Rights and Responsibilities carefully before registering.
  5. Contact someone at your school who will act as your High School Coordinator. Usually a counselor or teacher will act as a coordinator. The Coordinator's primary responsibility is to act as an alternate contact (if the NetMath office is unable to reach the student to convey course-related information) and help the student stay on track to complete the course. NetMath will not share information about the student's academic performance in the course, such as grades earned or course progress, with the HS Coordinator.
  6. Typically, a student's High School Coordinator also proctors their NetMath exams. If someone other than your High School Coordinator will be acting as your proctor, you must submit proctor information within two weeks of registering for your course. COVID Update: Due to pandemic-related school closures, high school students may take online exams in all NetMath courses. Students are not required to submit proctor information on the HS Registration Form at this time.
  7. Once registered in a NetMath course students will be responsible for payment of tuition charges, regardless of whether any coursework is completed or submitted. This includes any late fees accrued for missed or late tuition payment(s).

Please Note: A relative, close friend, or household member will not be accepted as a student's High School Coordinator or proctor. Homeschooled students should email netmath@illinois.edu for options.


To Register

  1. Complete and submit the NetMath High School Registration Form.
  2. Upload all required documents - such as your high school transcript, SAT/ACT/AP scores, signed application forms, etc. by following the instructions on the Registration Form.

After Registering

  1. You will receive an email confirmation when you submit the registration application. You will receive another email on the enrollment date you have indicated on your application. If there is a problem with your application, you will be notified via email.
  2. The following day you will receive an email with instructions on how to claim your NetID. You can use your NetID to set up your Illinois email address.
  3. A welcome email will be sent to you as soon as the University processes your enrollment and you appear on the course rosters. This usually takes a couple of days. The welcome email will include logins to the course management system as well as information on purchasing the course materials.
  4. Students have 9 months from the date of registration to complete their NetMath course. Those who wish to work at a faster pace may finish their course in less time, if desired. 

To Register in Stat 200: Statistical Analysis

  • Stat 200 is the only NetMath course that is offered in a cohort-style environment year round. Upon registration students are assigned to a cohort that starts on the 15th of the month and lasts 16-weeks. 
  • Your registration request must be received at least 14 days prior to the cohort start date. Registration applications received after this date will be included in the following month’s cohort.
  • High school students are not required to assign a High School Coordinator for this course.
  • After registration you will receive course information, including your course start & end dates and access instructions. There is no mechanism to pause or delay a course after registration. 
  • Click on the button below to register. If you are a new NetMath student, you will need to create a new account to login to the registration portal. Note: This course will open for registration in mid-October of 2020.

 


For Parents

In compliance with guidelines for the University of Illinois and The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), information regarding a student's course cannot be provided to relatives, including parents. Please refer to Office of the Registrar for more information