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To challenge a prerequisite, the student must complete a prerequisite challenge form and state the basis for the challenge. A committee from the Literature and Language Arts Division will review each petition and render a decision within seven to ten working days. It is the responsibility of the student to provide information that supports the challenge.
Prerequisite Petition for Foreign Language
(If you are petitioning a foreign language requisite, write your grounds in that language.)
Prerequisite Petition for ELIC or ELW
To challenge a prerequisite for ELW (non-credit courses) 1 or 901, 2 or 902, 3 or 903, 4 or 904, 5 or 905, 6 or 906, or any ELIC (credit courses) 20-23 , 30-33, 140-143 or 150-153, please contact Mary Calderon at (209) 575-7847 or visit the English Language Learner Welcome Center, West Campus, John Muir 152.
Founders Hall 200
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