Division of Physical Sciences
Mathematics Resource Guide
|RESOURCE AVAILABLE||CONTACT PERSON/PROCEDURE|
|Selected Math Text Books||Check-out at front desk for use in library|
|Study/Conference Rooms||8 rooms available on first-come, first-served basis"
Seminar Room - available if unscheduled
|Scientific and Graphing Calculators||Check-out at front desk for semester use
(limited availability - can check-out until gone)
|Math Books||Self-help books on algebra, calculus, etc.
Assorted other math text books and general interest books
Search WYLDCat (Library Catalog)
|MATH 0900, 0920, & 0930 (Miller, Hyde, O'Neill series)||On RESERVE in the library - inquire at front desk|
Library Late Night Study: Monday – Thursday 11 pm – 2 am; Sundays 10 pm – 2 am
(307) 587-3376 or
(307) 347-8541 or
Contact individual Outreach Centers for more information on tutoring or other services available.
Additional Campus Services
Peer Tutoring Services—provides FREE help for students in most academic areas. NWC students can now book tutoring appointments using the TutorTrac software from any internet connected PC. Click the My NWC student log in on NWC's homepage and you will have access to the TutorTrac icon. You may also contact Carol Zawacki, Tutoring Coordinator at (307) 754-6137 or drop by the second floor of the library to request a tutor or make an appointment with a tutor. In addition to individual tutoring, group study and drop in tutoring are available at various locations. As drop in tutoring schedules are developed, schedules will be posted around campus and online.
Current schedules for these services can be viewed at: nwc.edu/tutoring.
The Student Success Center (SSC) is located in lower level of Colter Hall, down the ramp on the east side of the front steps. Stop by or call (307) 754-6135 for all your scheduling needs. The SSC also offers the following:
- Student Health—your first stop for health-related questions and concerns without the price of an office visit. Contact Roxie Herman, physician’s assistant (307) 754-6442.
- Disability Support Services—responds to the needs of students with documented disabilities as outlined both in the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (Amended) of 2008. If you have a documented disability, please contact the Disability Support Services Coordinator, at (307) 754-6227 for free, confidential individualized services. The process for determining accommodations is a collaborative one that may or may not require third-party documentation. We encourage students to contact us to engage in a discussion to identify and remove barriers in their academic experience.
- Project Succeed helps 160 eligible students each year position themselves for success and pursue excellence through graduation and/or transfer to a four-year college. The staff offers academic success and budgeting strategies as well as career and transfer assistance. Eligible students are U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have low income, whose parents do not have a four-year (bachelor’s) degree, and/or who have documented disabilities. Project Succeed is funded by the U.S. Department of Education as a Student Support Services TRiO program and is staffed by Jean Nash (307) 754-6224, Nancy Fees, and Shannon Lusk. Enrollment is open until the project is filled.
- Counseling—Licensed Clinical Counselors Cynthia Garhart (307) 754-6135 and Roena Halbur (307) 754-6192 work with students providing counseling for mental health issues including depression, eating concerns, relationships, anxiety, and grief, to name a few. Adjustment issues in college such as homesickness, stress management, and study skills are other common areas for which students may wish to seek assistance from the counselors. There is an intern this semester to assist with counseling needs so students are encouraged to stop by for just one visit or for weekly visits.
- Multicultural—connects NWC with the world. Emelee Volden (307) 754-6429 and Amanda Enriquez (307) 754-6424 coordinates services for international and minority students and brings diverse program offerings to our campus.
- Testing— The SSC is the place for COMPASS tests and re-takes. The COMPASS test is used to place you in the appropriate Math and English courses. It is used when you have not taken the ACT or SAT tests or you want to try to improve your current math or English placement. The first time you take the test there is a $10 fee and there is a $3 fee for re-takes. Contact Jennifer Cannizzaro (307) 754-6135. You can find additional COMPASS resources and study guides online at http://www.nwc.edu/sites/math/placement.html.
Online HELP: There is also free on-line “live” tutoring available for all NWC students available at the SMARTHINKING! link in your portal.
STUDENT PORTAL: You may access a variety of information by logging into the student portal at http://nwc.edu/mynwc.You should have received an email from Computer Services about how to activate your student account. If you need to activate your account, please contact Computer Services at (307) 754-6080 or try http://www.nwc.edu/it/login.html for assistance activating accounts and password reset information.
STUDENT EMAIL: For example, Jane Doe’s NWC Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NWC INTERNET: Advising, transfer and college related information is found at nwc.edu/advising.
ALEKS courses—end in an "M" or "A". For example, Math 0920-2M (alternatively Math 0920-2A) means that a portion of the class uses online software for homework, practice and additional learning. Course codes are available from your instructor so that you can enroll in the correct ALEKS online course via www.aleks.com.
Mathematica is a computational software program that is available to all Northwest College students both on and off campus. For information on how to get Mathematica for your personal computer, call Don Anderson (307) 754-6064 in the Math Department, or contact Computing Services (307) 754-6080.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Coordinator of Mathematics