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INTRODUCTION TO THE COLLEGE

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College is a comprehensive two-year technical college located in Montgomery, Alabama. The College provides occupational/technical certificate and degree programs; adult learning opportunities; civic, social, cultural and personal development opportunities; business and industry training opportunities; and support of economic development for the central Alabama region.  The College is part of the Alabama College system, a statewide system of postsecondary colleges, Governed by the Alabama Board of Education.

 

            The College operates two campuses – the Patterson Campus and the Trenholm Campus and provides educational services for six counties:  Macon County; Elmore County; Montgomery County; Bullock County; Lowndes County; and Autauga County.

 

 

PURPOSE

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College provides vocational, technical, academic, and lifelong educational opportunities; promotes economic growth; and enhances the quality of life for the people of central Alabama.  The College operating as one entity, integrating all programs and services where feasible into a single delivery system is committed to providing comprehensive technical services to its community. 

 

Through its open door admission policy and special recruitment efforts, H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College helps multitudes of disadvantaged students obtain real educational opportunities offering promising students a better beginning.  

 

 

VISION STATEMENT

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College will provide a dynamic learner-centered environment where excellence in teaching, learning, and serving improves the lives of its students and the community it serves.

 

INSTITUTIONAL MISSION

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College is an associate degree granting institution with the mission to provide accessible educational opportunities, including credit and non-credit courses and certificates, for career preparation, advancement, and life-long learning as well as to promote economic growth and enhance the quality of life for residents of Central Alabama.

 

 

VALUES

 

We believe:

 

·        Each employee, student, and graduate of the College must live by a code of conduct that reflects integrity, professionalism, and caring for the dignity, value, and cultural diversity of individual human beings.

 

·        Quality educational opportunities must be affordable, convenient, and geographically accessible for all students, no matter where they are in life.

 

·        Learning is a lifelong process reflected in an academic continuum of developmental, pre-college, general, technical, continuing, and adult education; customized skill training; and, one-stop career development.

 

·        In ensuring an accessible and supportive environment that empowers and nurtures students, graduates, and employees to make a positive difference in people’s lives and meaningful contributions to society.

 

·        In developing and nurturing partnerships with business, industry, labor, government, educational systems, and our communities.

 

·        In being focused on teaching, learning, and dedication to student success.

 

·        In using the resources entrusted to us in an accountable and responsible manner.

 

 


INSTITUTIONAL GOALS

 

GOAL 1          To ensure access to quality career preparation and life-long learning for all persons, without regard for age, gender, ethnicity, religion, or disability.

 

GOAL 2          To provide opportunities for individuals to receive certificates, diplomas, associate degrees, and industry recognized credentials in current and emerging occupational and technical fields.

 

GOAL 3          To enhance economic development in the region through programs and services for area employers.

 

GOAL 4          To meet the needs of a variety of community-based populations through credit, non-credit, and basic education courses, offering flexible schedules and convenient instructional sites; and making available services, activities, and other resources.

 

GOAL 5          To improve the effectiveness and efficiency of career preparation for students by providing appropriate assessments and career counseling services, and by implementing articulation agreements with local school systems and universities.

 

GOAL 6          To develop faculty and staff who are competent, professional, and enthusiastic in advancing the mission of the College.

 

GOAL 7          To institutionalize the strategic planning process to allocate, develop, and maintain college resources, and undertake strategic reviews of all programs and services to ensure the long-term viability of the College.

 

GOAL 8          To integrate the most up-to-date technological, andragogical, curricular and environmental resources into its teaching, service, support, and administrative functions.

 

GOAL 9          To establish an environment which is safe, healthy, aesthetically pleasing, accessible to students, and otherwise conducive to learning.

 

 

THE COLLEGE CAMPUSES

 

            The physical resources of H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College consist of two campuses: Patterson and Trenholm.  All College facilities are easily accessible to the public.  Both campuses are located on and close to major thoroughfares.

 

The Patterson campus is located at 3920 Troy Highway, Montgomery, Alabama. The campus rests on forty-three acres of land with fourteen buildings.  The Patterson campus has one extended classroom, the Truck Driving Training Center, located at 5420 Troy Highway.

 

            The Trenholm campus is located at 1225 Air Base Boulevard, Montgomery, Alabama.  This campus rests on thirty-five acres of land and consists of fourteen buildings, including the Culinary Arts Centre located at 3086 Mobile Highway and the Learning Resource Center located at 3085 Mobile Highway. 


COLLEGE SERVICE AREA

 

            The College service area consists of primarily a six county area located near the center of the State of Alabama.  The service area includes the area of Macon County west of a line drawn north to south through the city of Franklin; Elmore County, excluding correction education and the Central Alabama Community College site in Tallassee; Montgomery County; the area of Bullock County west of a line drawn north to south through the city of Union Springs; Lowndes County, in cooperation with Wallace Community College-Selma; and Autauga County, in cooperation with Wallace Community College-Selma.

 

            The demographic profile of the service area is relevant, significant, and is indicative of the environment in which the College must function. The area consists of urban, suburban, and rural populations within the six counties. 

 

SERVICE AREA MAP

 

 

COLLEGE OPERATING HOURS

 

College

            Normal Operating Hours shall be:

 

            7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.            Monday – Thursday

            7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.            Friday

            as needed                              Saturday – Sunday

 

Class Time

            Normal Class Time shall be:

 

            8:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.         Monday – Friday

            as needed                              Saturday – Sunday

 

Admissions & Financial Aid

            Normal Operating Hours shall be:

 

            7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.            Monday - Thursday

            7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.            Friday

           

At the beginning of each Term through Add/Drop Period

            7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

 

Business Office

            Normal Operating Hours shall be:

 

            7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.            Monday – Thursday

7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.           Friday

 

            At the beginning of each Term through Add/Drop Period

 

            7:30 a.m. - 8:00

 

Bookstore

            Normal Operating Hours shall be:

 

            7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.            Monday - Thursday

            7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.            Friday

 

            At the beginning of each Term through Add/Drop Period

            7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

 

HISTORY

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College was created through the merger/consolidation of John M. Patterson State Technical College and H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College.  On April 27, 2000, the Alabama State Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Chancellor of Postsecondary Education, approved the intent to merge. Since both colleges were technical colleges the merger did not alter that status or result in any change in the role of the new entity.

 

The Chancellor of Postsecondary Education appointed Dr. Alma Freeman, Interim President of the newly created technical college on April 20, 2001.  Dr. Larry McCoy, Interim Provost was also appointed by the Chancellor to oversee the consolidation process.

 

On April 26, 2001 the Alabama State Board of Education voted to name the newly created entity H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College. The College maintains two campuses: the Patterson Campus and the Trenholm Campus.  The two campuses are only 8.9 miles apart.  The College operates 12 months a year on a semester system, with 206 instructional days per year.  It is approved for the training of veterans, and the programs are approved for federal financial aid.

 

Effective November 19, 2001, Dr. Anthony L. Molina was appointed President of H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College.  The President administers the two major campuses and several instructional sites, 34 instructional programs and about 200 employees.

 

Both institutions were accredited by the Council on Occupational Education.  On March 12, 2002, the Council on Occupational Education granted initial approval for the merger.

 

The two Colleges have a shared history in providing services for the same geographical area.  In compliance with an U.S. Federal Court Order, courses were realigned in 1970 to eliminate program duplication between Patterson State Technical School and Trenholm State Technical School.  Because of the court order, program offerings and personnel were shifted between the schools.

 

In the fall of 1989, the institutions initiated a collegiate schedule for all programs and courses.  Each curriculum is composed of a series of discrete courses.  Students register for and study specific courses each term.  In the fall of 1998, the colleges changed from a quarter system to a semester system.

 

 

PATTERSON CAMPUS

 

In 1947, the Alabama State Legislature passed the Regional Vocational and Trade School Act 673, thus providing for the establishment of  the John M. Patterson Technical School.  The Montgomery County Board of Revenue and the City of Montgomery purchased 43 acres of land at the junction of the Southern Bypass and U.S. 231 South in 1961.  Construction was begun in that year at a cost of one million dollars. The physical facilities were initially comprised of an administration/classroom building, two shop buildings, and the cafeteria.  The school was named for Governor John M. Patterson under whose administration it was begun.

 

In 1961, Mr. J. O. McCollough was appointed director of the school and served until his retirement in 1973.  On September 4, 1962, the school opened and 162 students enrolled. The school continued to grow adding new programs and constructing additional buildings.  Mr. J. L. Taunton was appointed president in 1973 and served until his retirement in 2000. In the year 2000, the College served over 1,700 individuals in 23 different programs.

 

In 1974, by action of the State Board of Education, the school was named a technical college and was permitted to award the Associate Degree in Applied Technology in certain programs.  In addition, the evening class offerings were greatly expanded in late 1974.

           

TRENHOLM CAMPUS

 

            H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College is one of several public postsecondary occupational education institutions authorized by the Alabama State Legislature on May 3, 1963.  Construction on the 35-acre site located at 1225 Air Base Boulevard began August 19, 1965, and was completed August 8, 1966, at a cost of approximately one and a quarter million dollars.  The physical plant was initially comprised of an administration building and four shop buildings.  The City of Montgomery and the Montgomery County Board of Revenue made financial contributions towards the construction of the cafeteria.  The College was named for the late Dr. Harper Councill Trenholm, a past president of the neighboring Alabama State University.

 

            In 1966, Mr. Lucious W. Smiley was appointed president of the school and served until 1970.  The instructional staff assumed duties July 1, 1966.  Classes began August 15, 1966, with an initial enrollment of 275 students.  Mr. M. D. Smiley served as president from 1970 until 1981, followed by Dr. Thad McClammy from 1981 through 1995. Interim Presidents appointed by the Chancellor served from 1995 until 2001. 

 

            The College continued to grow, during the 1971-72 school year the physical plant was expanded to include the new warehouse facility and the Related Subjects Building.  The Allied Health Occupations Building was completed on April 17, 1979.  The Joseph Dickerson Culinary Arts and Conference Centre was officially dedicated on August 25, 1991.  The new Library and Tower of Learning Building was completed and opened in 1996.  In the school year 1998-99 the College had 1,295 students enrolled in 13 different programs.

 

 

ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATIONS

 

            The Council on Occupational Education accredits both technical colleges, and the new entity will seek accreditation by COE, also.  Substantive Change Procedures, as required by the Council on Occupational Education, are underway. 

 

Council on Occupational Education

41 Perimeter Center East, NE

Suite 640

Atlanta, GA, 303461

 

In addition, individual programs are accredited or certified by the following agencies:

Culinary Arts                                   American Culinary Federation, Inc. (ACF)

Dental Assisting                              American Dental Association, Commissions on Dental

                                                            Accreditation (ADA)

Dental Laboratory                             American Dental Association, Commission on Dental

                                                            Accreditation (ADA)

Emergency Medical/ Paramedic        Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education

                                                            Programs (CAAHEP)

                                                      Joint Review Committee on Education for the

                                                            EMT/Paramedic

Medical Assisting                            Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education

                                                            Programs (CAAHEP)

Practical Nursing                             National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission

Automotive Service Technology         National Automotive Technician Education Foundation

                                                                        (NATEF)

Computer Information                       Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

    Systems Technology

Industrial Electronics Technology      National Association of Radio and Telecommunications

                                                                        Engineers (NARTE)

Massage Therapy                            Alabama Board of Massage Therapy

Machine Tool Technology                 National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)

Office Administration                        Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS)

Truck Driver Training                         U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT)

 


ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATON

 

H. Council Trenholm State Technical College is a two-year public institution of higher education operating as part of the two-year Alabama College System.  The organization and administration of H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College is under the supervision and direction of the elected  Alabama State Board of Education and the appointed Chancellor of the Alabama College System.

 

            The State Board of Education is composed of the Governor, as ex-officio member, and eight elected members.  Alabama is divided into eight school districts and one member is elected from each district.  State Board members serve four-year terms.  The Governor is president of the State Board and a vice president is elected from its members annually on the second Tuesday in July.

 

For the purpose of assisting the State Board of Education in carrying out its authority and responsibilities for each of the colleges, the State Board appoints a Chancellor who also serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Postsecondary Education.  The Chancellor serves at the pleasure of the State Board of Education but it is customary for the Chancellor to have a multi-year contract.

 

The College President is appointed by the Alabama State Board of Education and heads the College’s organizational structure.  Specific areas of operation include: Student Services; Instructional Services; Development Planning/Research; Finance and Administrative Services, and Information Technology.  Each of these areas functions under the guidance of a Dean or Director who reports directly to the President.  The President reports to the Chancellor and is responsible for operating the college within the State Board of Education policy and all applicable state and federal laws.  This organizational structure is in compliance with the Handbook of Accreditation of the Council on Occupational Education and Guideline of the Alabama State Board of Education. 

      

            A College Advisory Council composed of representatives of area industry, business and management assists the Administration.  The Council serves in an advisory capacity to the President in promoting the interest and general welfare of the College.

 


INSTRUCTIONAL DIVISION DIRECTORS

 

A Division Director shall be appointed for each instructional division to coordinate the activities of Program Coordinators in discharging the responsibilities assigned to the Division, including distributing information and materials to programs and instructors collecting data, assisting in program development, and assisting in instructor evaluations.

Instructional Division Director is a temporary assignment, which will be evaluated annually.  The assignment of Instructional Division Director shall be made by the President upon recommendation of the Dean of the College and the Associate Dean of Technical Education.

 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATORS

 

A Program Coordinator shall be designated for each instructional program area.  In programs with more than one instructor the President shall designate the Program Coordinator upon recommendation of the Division Director and the Dean of the College and Associate Dean of Technical Education.  The designation as Program Coordinator is a temporary assignment, which will be evaluated annually.

 

 

THE ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

 

 

Governor Bob Riley                          President                   Alabama State Capitol

                                                                                                600 Dexter Avenue

                                                                                                Montgomery, AL 36130

 

 

Mr. Randy McKinney                        District I                      P.O. Box 2999

Gulf Shores, AL 36547

 

 

Mrs. Betty Peters                              District II                     3507 Huntington Place

Dothan, Alabama  36303

 

Mrs. Stephanie W. Bell                     District III                     3218 Lancaster Lane

Montgomery, Alabama  36106

 

Dr. Ethel H. Hall                                 District IV                   7215 Westmoreland Drive

Fairfield, Alabama  35064

 

Mrs. Ella B. Bell                                 District V                    2634 Airwood Drive

Montgomery, Alabama  36108

 

Mr. David F. Byers, Jr.                      Vice President          2 Metroplex Drive, Suite 111          

District VI                   Birmingham, Alabama  35209

 

Mrs. Sandra H. Ray                          District VII                   2008 University Boulevard

Tuscaloosa, Alabama  35401

 

Dr. Mary Jane Caylor                        District VIII                  Post Office Box 18903

Huntsville, Alabama  35804

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

 

 

Dr. Roy Johnson                                Chancellor                  401 Adams Avenue

                                                                                                Montgomery, AL 36104

 

 

 

 

 


COLLEGE ADVISORY COUNCIL

 

            Standards of quality are maintained through the assistance of an advisory council.  The advisory council, whose membership reflects representation of business and industry, serves in an advisory capacity to the President of H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College. The council makes recommendations concerning H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College’s programs; i.e., they stay abreast of current trends.  In addition to the college advisory council there is a program advisory committee for each specific program.

 

ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS

 


     

Mr. John Kalson

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama

700 Hyundai Blvd.

Montgomery, Al 36105

 

Mrs. Connie Harper, Director

Central Alabama OIC

2035 Mobile Road

Montgomery, Al  36108

 

Mrs. Ella Bell

State Board Member

2634 Airwood Drive

Montgomery, Al  36108

 

Mr. Arthur J. DuCote

AmSouth Bank

201 Monroe Street, 2nd Floor

Montgomery, Al  36104

 

Mr. Hank Golden

Neptune Technology Group, Inc.

1600 Alabama Highway 229

Tallassee, Al  36078

 

Mr. Ken Hollingworth

School to Career Coordinator

ADECA School to Career

401 Adams Avenue, Room 320

Montgomery, Al  36130

 

Dr. Alma S. Freeman-Wesley

300 Rebekah

Montgomery, AL 36109

 

Mr. Craig Washing

8355 Heathrow Downs

Montgomery, Al  36117

 

Mr. Ted Hopkins                                        

Prestige Homes, LLC

300 Wiltshire Drive

Montgomery, Al  36117                                                               

           

Mr. Tim Cooper, Business Agent

Plumbers & Steamfitters, Local Union #52

Post Office Box 211165

Montgomery, Al  36121       

 

Mr. Douglas Jones, Jr., Vice President

Montgomery Chamber of Commerce

Minority Business Development

Post Office Box 79

Montgomery, Al  36101

 

Ms. Gloria Dunn, Counselor

Rehabilitation Services

2127 E. South Boulevard

Montgomery, Al  36116

 

Mr. Jerry Cabe

Lear Corporation

200 Folmar Parkway

Montgomery, AL 36105

 

Ms. Phyllis Wesley, AIDT

Communications Manager

One Technology Court

Montgomery, Al 36116 

 

Mr. Chuck Edwards

Edwards Plumbing, Heating, Air

Conditioning Contractors

1540 Jean Street

Montgomery, Al  36107

 

Senator Larry Dixon (25th District)

848 Washington Avenue

Montgomery, Al  36104

 

Councilman James Nuckles

Montgomery City Council

3143 Patrick Road

Montgomery, Al  36108

 

Mr. Jerry Kyser

Kyser Building

1537 Jean Street

Montgomery, Al  36107

 

Dr. Susan Price

Alabama Dept. of Postsecondary Ed.

401 Adams Avenue

Montgomery, Al 36104

 

Mr. David Grimes

2870 Zelda Road

Montgomery, Al 36106

 

Mr. Darrell Dapprich

Industrial Specialty Company, Inc.

50 Forest Hills Drive

Montgomery, Al 36109

 

Mr. Simuel Sippial

Sippial Enterprises

1931 Day Street

Montgomery AL 36108

 

Pastor Michael Thurman

Dexter Avenue Baptist Church

454 Dexter Avenue

Montgomery AL 36102

 

Mr. Greg Kimble

Director of Human Resources

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama

7515 Halcyon Summit Drive

Montgomery, Al  36117

 


MASTER LIST OF PROGRAMS AND AWARDS

H. COUNCILL TRENHOLM STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE

2005-2006

 

 

PROGRAM AREAS

 

CIP

Code

 

Dept

Code

 

Articulation

Agreement

High School

Diploma

or GED

Required

 

AAT

Degree

 

Diploma/

Certificate

 

Specialized

Training

Certificate

Accounting

52.0302

ACT

*

Y

X

X

 

A/C & Refrigeration Technology

15.0501

ACR

 

Y

X

X

X

Automotive Collision Repair

47.0603

ABR

 

N

 

X

 

Automotive Service Technology

15.0803

ASE

*

Y

X

X

X

Building Construction Technology

46.0499

BUC

*

Y

X

X

X

    Cabinetmaking                                                                                

48.0703

CAB

 

N

 

X

X

    Carpentry

46.0201

CAR

 

N

 

X

X

    Plumbing

46.0501

PLB

 

N

 

 

X

Business & Office Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Clerical Technology

52.0408

CLR

*

N

 

X

X

  Executive Secretary

52.0401

SET

*

Y

X

X

 

  Health Information Tech

52.0401

SET

*

Y

X

X

 

  Legal Secretary

52.0401

SET

*

Y

X

X

 

  Medical Inform. Secretary                                                              

52.0401

SET

*

Y

X

X

 

  Stenographic – Secretary

52.0401

SET

*

Y

X

X

 

Computer Information Systems Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Programming Emphasis

11.0101

DPT

*

Y

X

X

X

    Networking Emphasis

11.0101

DPT

*

Y

X

X

X

    CISCO Emphasis

11.0101

DPT

*

Y

 

 

X

    Database (ORACLE)       

    Emphasis

11.0101

DPT

 

Y

X

X

X

Cosmetology

12.0403

COS

*

N

 

X

X

     Nail Techniques

12.0403

COS

 

N

 

 

X

     Cos Instructor Training

12.0499

CIT

 

N

 

 

X

Culinary Arts

12.0503

CUA

*

Y

X

X

X

       Hospitality Management

12.0503

CUA

*

Y

X

X

X

Dental Assisting

51.0601

DAT

*

Y

X

X

X

Dental Laboratory Technology (Program discontinued)

51.0603

DLT

*

Y

X                            

X

X

Diesel Mechanics

47.0605

DEM

*

N

 

X

X

Drafting & Design Technology

48.0101

DDT

 

Y

X

X

X

Early Child Care & Education

20.0201

CGM

#

Y

X

X

X

Electrical Technology

46.0302

ELT

*

Y

X

X

X

Emergency Medical Services I & II

51.0904

EMT

*

Y

 

 

X

Emergency Medical Services III

51.0904

EPT

*

Y

X

X

 

Graphic Communications Technology                                  

48.0299

GPO

*

Y

X

X

X

Horticulture

01.0603

OHT

 

Y

X

X

 

Industrial Automation & Controls Technology

47.0303

INT

*

Y

X

X

X

Industrial Electronics Technology

47.0105

ILT

*

Y

X

X

X

Industrial Mechanic Technology

47.0303

INT

*   

Y

X

X

X

Interior Design

20.0501

IND

*

Y

 

X

X

    Apparel & Designs

20.0303

CMS

 

N

 

 

X

    Textile Technology¨

20.0301

TXT

 

Y

 

 

X

    Upholstery¨

48.0303

UPH

 

N

 

 

X

Machine Tool Technology

48.0507

MTT

*

Y

X

X

X

Major Appliance Repair¨

47.0106

MAR

 

N

 

 

X

Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide

51.1614

NAS

*

N

 

 

X

Medical Assisting

51.0801

MAT

*

Y

X

X

X

Plastics Technician¨

15.0607

PLT

 

Y

 

 

X

Practical Nursing

51.1613

LPN

*

Y

 

X

 

Radio & TV Broadcasting

10.0104

RTV

 

Y

 

 

X

Truck Driving

49.0205

TRK

 

N

 

 

X

Welding                                                                                             

48.0508

WDT

*

N

 

X

X

                * Programs with High School Articulation Agreements

                # Programs with University Articulation Agreements

¨Programs not currently active


 

STANDING COMMITTEES/TEAMS OF THE COLLEGE

 

            A number of standing committees/teams is appointed to serve the College.  Standing committees/teams serve the College by providing for a broad base of experience, perspective and knowledge into the planning, implementation and evaluation decisions effecting the operation of the institution.  Each employee of the institution shall be appointed to one or more standing committees.  Functioning on these committees/teams is an integral part of the employee’s job responsibilities.

 

Below is a list of the teams of the college that are associated with governance of the college.  All collegiate teams are required to meet annually and submit a copy of the minutes to the Office of the President. The purpose, structure and members of these committees/teams are published by the College in a separate publication.

 

STANDING TEAMS OF FACULTY AND STAFF

2003-2004 / 2005-2006

 

Academic Calendar Team                          Learning Resources Team

Academic Council                                        Lyceum/Social Team

Administrative Council                                 President’s Cabinet

Admissions Evaluation Team                      Public Relations and Marketing Team

Assessment Team                                        Reconciliation Team

Catalog Team                                               Registration Team

Climate and Culture Team                           Scholarship Team

Curriculum Team                                           Sick Leave Bank Team

Employee Benefits Team                            Student Disciplinary Team **

Employee Grievance Team                         Student Grievance Team **

Facilities Master Plan Team                        Student Handbook Team

Graduation Program Team                          Student Retention Team

Health and Safety Team                               Sunshine Flower Fund Team

Institutional Planning Council                       Technology Advisory Team

Institutional Procedures and Policies Team         

ADVISORY TEAMS/COUNCILS

 

College Advisory Council                             Program Advisory Teams

 

**These Committees are Campus Specific - There will be two (2) Teams.

 

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