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Chuck Stevens


Mathematics: Instructor

Office: L-201V on the Mount Vernon campus

Phone: (360) 416.7803


Proctored Final Exams for Distance Education Classes

All distance education math classes at Skagit Valley College require a pencil-and-paper proctored final exam.  Your DE math class will have a scheduled time for you to come to campus and take this exam.  If it isn't possible for you to come to campus, your instructor will work with you to find a qualified proctor to administer the exam to you.  It is your responsibility to find a proctor local to you and let the instructor know about it.  Public libraries, colleges, and commerial tutoring locations (such as Kaplan) often offer proctoring.  If you have any questions, ask your instructor. 

Mathematica 11 Home Use for Students

Current students can download a free copy of Mathematica for their personal use.

Click for Instructions on downloading and activating

Summer Schedule

Chuck will be off campus until September 15th.  I'll checking email throughout the summer.















Chuck is a Mathematics instructor at Skagit Valley College on the Mount Vernon Campus.  He received his Bachelors of Arts in Education and Masters of Science in Mathematics from Western Washington University, and earned an AAS at Whatcom Community College after attending one year at WSU.

Chuck began teaching at SVC in 1990 on the Whidbey Campus teaching Math, Chemistry, and Natural Science courses.  Since 1994 he has taught math on the Mount Vernon campus.

His mathematical interests include Calculus, Differential Equations, using Mathematica and creating interactive computer-based manipulates to help students understand challenging concepts.

Outside of school, Chuck enjoys the outdoors, camping, spending time with family, and music.  He plays trombone in several groups including A-Town Big Band, Skagit Community Band, and various other groups in the area when time allows.

Winter Class Schedule