Program Summary

Fundamentals in mathematics leads to a number of skill sets and careers, including engineering, architecture, statistical analysis, and education. Students learn critical thinking and problem solving with real-world scenarios and analytics.

Studying mathematics is similar to studying a language, it involves learning how to communicate in correct terms, interpretation of material, and how to analyze problems, both theoretically and practically.

The Mathematics Program is also another great avenue to obtain your core courses when transferring to a four-year program.


Nicole Lowe

Nicole Lowe
Program Coordinator

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Please contact Nicole Lowe for more information about the Math Labs at 817-760-5890 or at 

  • Online tutoring will tutor all MATH courses, please see Schoology for scheduled events & question posting

Student Resources

Hill College provides students with access to the Brainfuse tutoring services.  You can access this through the Brainfuse link in any of Schoology your courses.

Hill College also provides free individual and group tutoring for many subjects including math. For more information about scheduling tutoring or becoming a tutor see the Advising Department or visit their Tutoring webpage. 

Outside Resources

Mathematical Association of America 

MIT Supplemental Resources 

Khan Academy 


TI Website 

TSI Math Test Prep



Mathematics Education Plan

Schedule your advising appointment today! Contact the Academic Advising and Success Center.