The College has six administrative officers, in addition to the President, which comprise the President’s Cabinet. The President is the chief executive officer and is responsible for directing the overall operation of the College.
The Dean of Instructional and Student Services is responsible to the president for the effective operation of all instructional programs and related studies as well as all student services at the College. All instructional and instructional support personnel are supervised by the Dean of Instructional and Student Services. Student services include admissions, counseling, financial aid, testing, cooperative education, placement, recruiting, student records and other related student service activities.
The Business Manager/Treasurer is responsible for the College’s overall financial plan and policies, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, and insurance activities.
The Director of Planning and Resource Development is responsible for facilitating strategic planning, assisting the President in identifying opportunities for the College to enhance its offerings, developing grant proposals to fund enhancement and expansion of existing programs and development of new programs, supporting the research needs of all departments of the College, and overseeing the integration and support of information technology across all instructional and administrative units.
The Director of Workforce Development represents the College in formulating and administering regional and local workforce development initiatives supporting industries located in the College’s service area. The Director is responsible for developing, promoting, and administering short-term, noncredit industry training programs and other noncredit offerings targeting the workforce needs of local industries. The Director of Workforce Development is also responsible for developing, promoting and administering continuing education courses intended for personal and professional enrichment of citizens of the College’s service area.
The Institutional Effectiveness/Title III Administrator provides leadership, assistance, and oversight of the college’s Title III program. The Director provides leadership for the continuous planning, assessment, and evaluation efforts for the purpose of enhancing the quality of the college’s programs, services, operations, and processes. The Director is responsible for providing internal and external constituencies with an accurate and complete understanding of how the institution is advancing its mission.
The Director of Operations supervises construction, renovation and maintenance of facilities, custodial services, and campus safety and security. The Director assists the Business Office in maintaining a complete and accurate inventory of all capital items and fixed assets belonging to the College.