At Colorado State University, precalculus mathematics is taught through an innovative instructional program that uses guided exploration and a mastery approach to learning. Instructional resources are provided in an online format, and students are encouraged to interact with instructors and tutors in our walk-in Learning Center. Although much of the coursework can be completed remotely, students are required to complete proctored exams on campus.

The Precalculus courses cover topics in College Algebra, Logarithmic & Exponential Functions, and Numerical and Analytic Trigonometry. Each course is worth one University credit, and students will typically register for several courses within a single semester.

Location and Contact Information

Office Location: The Weber building, located on the west side of the Oval.

Precalculus Center Office: 137 Weber,
Phone: (970) 491-5761
Fax: (970) 491-2161

Submitting Comments

If you have feedback or comments about the Precalculus Program, please email them to

Precalculus Center Professional Staff

Dr. Steve Benoit, Co-Director
Ms. Anita Pattison, Co-Director