• Curt Villarreal - Professor
    Mathematics Division
    Beeville Campus
    Office  C-116

    361-354-2410 or


  • Biography 

        Professor Villarreal earned his Master of Science degree in Mathematics from Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  Prior to earning his graduate degree, Professor Villarreal began his undergraduate coursework at Bee County College. While at Bee County College, he worked full-time at NAS Chase Field as a Plane Captain and Ground Tower Operator for the VT-26 Training Squadron which operated the T-2C Buckeye. Later, he transferred to Texas A&I University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics  

        Professor Villarreal has taught several different courses at CBC as well as in multiple modalities. In addition to teaching, Professor Villarreal also serves as the webmaster for the Mathematics Department. Prior to his career at Coastal Bend College, Professor Villarreal taught college-prep mathematics courses at Robstown High School after graduating from Texas A&I. He also enjoys pencil sketching and playing his guitar when he has time(he actually began learning by listening to his colleague and former Chemistry professor, Professor Burns, playing in the courtyard during their lunch breaks). He and his wife believe that education is critical in helping one be in a better position to be successful in life and a productive member in society, as they both attended Bee County College together and later earned degrees from Texas A&I University, as well as graduate degrees from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The ideology was followed by their three children who all attended Coastal Bend College and later earned degrees in their respective fields and are working professionally: eldest daughter(Environmental Engineering, husband in Civil Engineering), their middle son(Nursing R.N.), youngest son(Radiology Tech./C.T.). In addition, Professor Villarreal and his wife also have three wonderful grandchildren who they love visiting and babysitting from time to time.

    A consistent message that he always imparts to his students and expects them to follow is one he holds in high regard as it is what he learned from his parents who had high expectations of him as well: Always do your best each day, ...because you can.