In a technological society there is a reliance on mathematical competence and understanding to process quantitative information, to solve problems creatively and resourcefully, and to use technology appropriately. Students have different abilities, needs and interests. Yet each student needs to be able to use mathematics in his or her personal life, in the workplace, and in further study.

The Mathematics Department offers a variety of courses designed to provide students with a coherent and challenging curriculum at levels designed to accommodate student differences. Instructional strategies promote engaged student learning and appropriate use of technology.

Common Core State Standards for Math - Frequently Asked Questions


Department Chair
Jacob Giblin

Department Administrative Assistant
Robin Arlt

Department Office
Room C352

2020-21 Academic Planning Guide

* Calculator Requirements

* Math Tutor List

* Math Team

* Math Resource Center

* Peer Tutoring in Mathematics


Robin Arlt

Administrative Assistant - Math

Jacob Giblin

Mathematics Department Chair