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James Salvadon

James Salvadon

James Salvadon

Associate Professor, Mathematics

Academic II, Room 2314


James Salvadon is Associate Professor of Mathematics at RCC and has 20 years of teaching experience. He served as an adjunct from 1993-2004 and has been a full-time faculty member since 2004. While an adjunct at RCC, he also taught at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY, and at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, NJ. Outside of academia, he worked as a software engineer at MCI WorldCom and as a senior programmer analyst at Quest Diagnostics.

An RCC graduate, Prof. Salvadon has taught a variety of Mathematics courses at the College, including progressive levels of Calculus and Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Statistics (both online and on-site), Finite Math and Math Skills. In addition to his associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, he also received an ABD (All But Dissertation) in Mathematics Education from Montclair State University, a PBC (Post Baccalaureate Certificate) from Pace University, and a PRC (Peer Reviewer Certification) and MRC (Master Reviewer Certification) from the Quality Matters program.


  • AS Mathematics & Science, Rockland Community College, SUNY, 1990
  • BS Mathematics, Ramapo College, 1992
  • MS Applied Mathematics, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2002


  • Who’s Who Among American Teachers, 13th edition, 2008
  • Recognition, Town of Ramapo, for decade of service, Suffern, NY, 2013

Professional Accomplishments

Committee membership and leadership roles at RCC:

  • Commencement Committee
  • African-American Month Committee
  • Black Achievement Award Committee
  • Educational Technology Committee
  • Division RTP Committee representing Math & Science
  • Advisor, RCC Computer Club
  • Board member, RCC Alumni Association


  • Twice-yearly faculty workshops at RCC