Enroll in WebAssign (MATH 021, 022, 023, or 121)

Note: If you took MATH 021 or 022 or 023 at UVM within the last year or two, your Life-of-Edition access should carry over and you will not have to pay again, as long as you use your existing username.

If you have not previously purchased WebAssign for calculus at UVM, we recommend using the Free Trial until you are certain that you are staying in the course. When the free trial runs out, you will need to put in an EWA Access Code as proof of purchase.

How to Enroll

Follow the steps below to enroll in Web Assign for the class that you are in. Note the order of operations: you must enter the Class Key before logging in.

  1. Go to www.webassign.net and follow the link "Enter Class Key"


  2. Enter the class key provided by your instructor. Type uvm in the first field, then the two sets of 4 digits
  3. Verify that you have the correct course and instructor.
  4. Most students should have an existing WebAssign account that was assigned for taking the Math Readiness Test (and/or from taking a previous UVM MATH class). Choose the option I already have a WebAssign account and log in. Remember that your institution code is uvm.

    If you have forgotten your WebAssign username and/or password, follow the reset your password link, and fill out the form. The email address on the form must match the email address associated with your WebAssign credentials. This will usually be your UVM email address, either in the form of netid@uvm.edu or firstname.lastname.@uvm.edu. If you aren't sure which form to use, try both and see which one works. Contact math@uvm.edu if you need further assistance.

  5. If you do not have an existing WebAssign Account, choose I need to create a WebAssign Account and continue to the next screen, where you can set up an account.

  6. If you have not already purchased WebAssign access, there will be an option to pay now or continue on a temporary Free Trial. The WebAssign access is not refundable, so it is best to use the Free Trial for the first week or so, until you are sure you won't be dropping the course.
  7. Once you are logged in, you will be able to access the eBook and homework assignments for your class.