“Don’t be afraid to succeed as you open a new chapter in your life.”-Matt Seeley
Matt Seeley received his Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Cornel University in 1993, and then his Master of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Montana in 1997. He has been employed at Salish Kootenai College since the Fall of 1997.
His primary goal is to help students gain confidence in their critical thinking and communication ability as they see the power of using mathematical thinking to understand the world around them and improve their lives.
Currently, Matt is teaching College Algebra, Advanced Functions and Modeling, Trigonometry, Calculus I,II, and III, Statistics and Mathematical Modeling. Over the years, He has taught virtually every math course offered at SKC.
Outside of his career in mathematics, Matt was a professional triathlete for eight years and still competes regularly in a variety of endurance events. He also coaches the Polson High School cross country team, direct local races, and lead weekly community workouts in swimming, cycling, and running. In his nearly 20 year career at SKC, he has commuted over 50,000 miles on his bicycle to get to and from work.
Office Room: Beaverhead room 126
Office Phone: 406-275-4901
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 8:30am – 9:30am, Tuesday and Thursday 12:30pm – 2:00pm, Friday 11:00am – 1:00pm