Welcome to the Mathematics Department!

Mathematics is an essential part of many degrees. Whether your ambition is to become a teacher, or study engineering, economics, physics, chemistry, computer science, the Mathematics Department at SUNY Orange can help you attain your goals.

  • We offer a variety of Math courses, from developmental to upper level courses equal in quality to those at four year institutions.
  • We offer higher level Math courses during summer sessions.
  • Our Math Department is a small community within the college, where faculty, staff and students can teach, discover and learn together.
  • Our Math Lab has professional and peer tutors who offer free assistance to students who are enrolled in any of our Math courses.

Faculty and students celebrating Pi day


"In preparation for my master's program I decided to attend SUNY Orange for some refresher courses in mathematics. This experience opened my eyes to the academic treasure chest that exists right here in our own community. Both the classroom teachers and the math lab tutors are extremely qualified. Just as importantly, I was delighted by their genuine interest in ensuring the success of each and every student."

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Barry Zukose


Three students from Math Club

Mission

The mission of the Department of Mathematics is to deliver excellent instruction in Mathematics on every level in an atmosphere where a close mentoring relationship between student and faculty is central to the total learning process. Our stated goal is to maximize student success whether meeting specific degree or certificate requirements or to enable seamless transfer to four-year colleges or universities.

Our department offers the Mathematics and Natural Sciences A.S. We can also advise you on Math Education transfer opportunities and requirements for both secondary and elementary education. Please stop by if we can be of help.


Contact Us:
Department Chair
Mrs. Anne Prial
Email
845-341-4565
Office - Harriman Hall Room 311

Department Secretary
Ms. Carolyn Meere
Email
845-341-4566
Office - Harriman Hall Room 315