Welcome to the mathematics department of Clark College in Vancouver Washington. We are here to help you be successful in your mathematics courses as an integrated part of your studies at Clark College. We have a lot of information on this website, but if you have further questions please don't hesitate to contact our department staff or faculty members.
WHICH MATH COURSE TO TAKE NEXT
Need help determining which mathematics course you should take next? We want to help! See info below and if you have further questions please discuss options with your Academic Advisor or any Mathematics Professor.
Calling all Calculus II, III, IV, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra Students.
Come join Clark’s 5th Annual Tournament of Anti-Derivatives! Gift certificates for winners and free snacks for all participants, Tournament at 1:30 on Friday May 31 in BHL-109. Entry form due by noon Tuesday May 28.
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MATH HELP CENTERS ARE OPEN FOR ASSISTANCE
All Math and STEM Help Centers are fully open for assistance. Get help early in the term, don't procrastinate. We are here to help! There are several well-staffed centers on-campus are, some of which include evening and weekend hours, and there is free online tutoring help too. See [SCHEDULES].
SPRING TERM STARTS MONDAY 4/8
Be sure to attend your class on the first day (and every day during week one). Classes are quite full and you don't want to risk being dropped as a "no show". Be active in class starting on day #1!
Taking an online math class? On April 8th you MUST login to your class in Moodle and complete any first day requirements your instructor has posted there for you.
WEBASSIGN CODES FOR SPRING
2013-03-20 updated 2013-04-07
Generic codes for WebAssign Homework Management System available HERE.
GET A HEAD START ON YOUR NEXT MATH CLASS
Be prepared for your next mathematics class on day #1 by reading our "Preparing to take Math #___" documents. How to best prepare for an online mathematics class is included!
Our Just-in-Time Mathematics lessons provide a quick review of a specific topic that you may have forgotten or need to re-study from pre-algebra or algebra. They are a great way to spend a few hours over break in preparation for your 100-level math course in spring term.
MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR COLLEGE EXPENSES
College can be expensive! Here are some money saving tips.
- Reducing College Costs provides tips on reducing the cost of a college education.
- Cannell Library Mathematics Textbooks on Reserve lists math class textbooks that are on reserve in the library.
- Clark Bookstore rental program has calculators and some textbooks available to rent for one quarter (cheaper than buying).
- Online graphing programs and software (freeware and shareware) may serve as alternatives to buying a handheld graphing calculator. Look for graphing apps for your smart phone or tablet too. (Check with your instructor to see if these are viable options for your class.)