Napa Valley College Mathematics Department strives to make mathematics
accessible and meaningful by employing diverse teaching methods in courses
emphasizing vital quantitative skills and qualitative reasoning ability. Our
goal is to ensure that all students receive the instruction and support
necessary to become confident, independent, and successful lifelong learners,
capable of achieving their academic and professional goals.
PROGRAM-LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Generate and Analyze Graphs
2. Solve application problems
3. Implement Computational Procedures
4. Write Mathematical Proofs.
MATH PLACEMENT & COURSE SEQUENCE
Math placement and course sequence recommendations are changing. Please see the Math Placement Standards for additional information.
Follow this link to the new Placement Tool: https://napavalley.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cvjiQgcOaHCWrDT#lower
This link takes you to all placement tools: https://www.napavalley.edu/academics/TestingCenter/Pages/nvcplacementtools.aspx
FACULTY AND DEPARTMENT INFORMATION
- To learn about Math Department Faculty or visit their webpages, click here.
- To learn more about the NVC MATH SUCCESS CENTER services and hours, click here.
- For resolution of course questions and other issues, contact the Department Coordinator.
MATH DEPARTMENT FACULTY CHAIR & COORDINATOR
Shawna Bynum, Room 1030C
CALCULATOR & LAPTOP RENTAL PROGRAM
Calculators and laptops are avaiable for rent at the McCarthy Library (Building 1700) Circulation Desk. Click the link below for more information
Check WebAdvisor for course description and calculator requirements.
Rent a TI-83+ or TI-84+ calculator for $20 per semester.
CASH OR CHECK ONLY.
The library cannot accept debit or credit cards. Call 256-7400 for details.
Rental Agreements are available at the McCarthy Library Circulation Desk. Rentals require a Napa or Solano County Library Card. If you do not have a library card, you may obtain one by bringing your photo ID with current mailing address to the McCarthy Library Circulation Desk.
Calculators go quickly once a semester is underway so get there early!