ArizMATYC

The Arizona Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges is an education association, established in 1983, with the intent to develop and improve the mathematics education and mathematics related experiences of students in two year colleges and provide a state forum for the interchange of ideas.

At the Fall 2014 conference, we hope to meet these goals through a variety of presentations and our bi-annual Articulation Task Force meetings. Visit the Fall 2014 ArizMATYC Conference Page for more information
Click on the ArizMATYC Keynote and Friday Session Resources tabs for ArizMATYC Sessions.

Conference Report




AZ Developmental Education Summit

The Developmental/Transitional Community of Interest has encouraged community college personnel statewide to discuss issues with developmental education in Arizona.  The goal is to improve developmental education statewide and encourage individual community colleges to learn from what others in the state are doing.  

At the Fall 2014 conference, we hope to coordinate curriculum and support for developmental students so that all students in the state receive a quality experience in developmental education programs statewide.Visit the Fall 2014 DevEd Summit Page for more information.
Click on the DevEd Summit Keynote and  Saturday Session Resources tabs for the DevEd Sessions.

Summit Report