The Lewis & Clark Community College Math Division provides students with a solid foundation in mathematics as part of a degree program, a transfer degree program or to fulfill general education requirements.
Classes are offered in basic arithmetic, math applications, pre-algebra, intermediate and college algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, advanced level calculus classes, statistics, and differential equations, as well as a number of mathematics classes geared to specific requirements.
Math enrollment is the largest of all programs on campus, and as technology use increases, the demand for good math skills will continue to increase. There are currently 11 full-time instructors and more than twenty part-time instructors at Lewis and Clark. Our math faculty is highly qualified and committed to student success in the classroom. Class sizes do not exceed 25. Consequently, continual involvement in classroom discussions and activities is an expectation of students enrolled in any of our math courses at Lewis and Clark Community College.
Math Resource Center
The division’s Math Resource Center gives students the opportunity to hone their math skills through tutoring in all mathematics courses taught by Lewis & Clark.
Contact Linda Fassero at (618) 468-4117 or Stefanie O'Leary-Johnson (618) 468-4844 for questions.
Instructional Videos are available for MATH 111 (Pre-algebra), MATH 112 (Elementary Algebra), MATH 116 (Intermediate Algebra), MATH 131 (College Algebra) and MATH 235 (College Statistics).
The following software is available for student use: H and N algebra practice software for MATH 112 and MATH 116; Derive, QuikStat statistics software and Minitab statistics software.