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Bob Secrist brings extensive education to back up his tutoring credentials.

  • Muscatine Junior College, 1959
  • University of Iowa, BA in mathematics, 1961
  • University of South Dakota, MA in mathematics with physics minor, 1965
  • Over 30 Additional Graduate Hours in Mathematics and Computer Science Studies: University of Iowa, University of Missouri - Rolla, WMU, MSU, US Army War College, Charleston College, Christian Brothers College, Harvard University, Princeton University


Bob Secrist's 20 years tutoring experience is coupled with over 45 years teaching experience.

  • (1961 - 1965) North Scott High School, Eldridge, Iowa, Mathematics and Science
  • (1965 - 2010) Kellogg Community College, Mathematics and Computer Science
  • (2003 - 2006) Michigan Virtual High School, Online Calculus
  • (1965 -1978) U.S. Army Officer Candidate School and U.S. Army Field Artillery School, Mathematical Applications to Artillery


Bob Secrist has had a varied and extensive curriculum development experience.

  •     Mathematics and Computer Science: Course materials from middle school through community college.
  •     Interactive Television Instruction: Mathematical course materials for all levels of high school and community college
  •     Computer-based Mathematics Course: Developed and taught online courses for community college and  Michigan Virtual High School in beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, statistics, finite mathematics and calculus.
  •     Online Mathematical Tutorials
  •     Individualized Mathematical Learning Modules


To enhance his tutoring capabilities, Bob Secrist brings to the table the following work assignments.

  • From 1965 to 2010: Kellogg Community College
  • From 1961 to 1964: North Scott High School, Eldridge, Iowa
  • From 1956 to 1999: US Army & Army National Guard (Retired Brig. General)


Besides his teaching experience, Bob Secrist is active in professional associations so that he can remain current in teaching pedagogy.

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
  • National Education Association
  • Michigan Association for Higher Education


Recipient of 2014 Star Award Certificate for Kalamazoo community volunteerism.