Westminster Mathematics Department

Our Philosophy

The Mathematics Department at the Westminster Campus strives to teach students to see the power, beauty, and utility of mathematics and to prepare our diverse student population to be productive and contributing members of their community with problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.

Our department’s goals include:

  • Preparing all students with the mathematical skills and concepts required for their specific programs of study.
  • Providing positive learning experiences that build skills with the appropriate use of technology.
  • Enabling students to communicate mathematically.
  • Developing students' awareness of careers in mathematics and visions of themselves using mathematics effectively in their chosen fields.

Academic Programs within our Department

The Associate of Science is ideal for students who plan to major in mathematics at a four-year institution.

Department Resources and Activities

Student Tutorials

For homework help, visit one of the following online tutorials:
Visual calculus

Other math links:
History of mathematics
Math archives
Math genealogy project
Math Sci Net

In Memory

Stacey Reynolds


Stacey Reynolds was our colleague and friend. We lost Stacey in the spring of 2016. For those who knew Stacey, a simple paragraph cannot begin to capture the loss we still feel in our hearts or the joy her memory still brings to our souls. Stacey could have done anything she wanted, which is why we are thankful every day that we had her here with us for six wonderful years. For the students she helped, the brownies she baked, and the light she shared we are forever grateful. Thank you, Stacey.  A tree planted in Stacey’s memory is just west of Entrance 8.