ADED 714 Community College Project PPP

ADED 714 Community College Project PPP - Community College...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/13/10 By: Julia A. McCain Community College Project: Richmond Community College
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5/13/10 Historical Background On April 2, 1964, the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges, upon recommendation of the Commission of Public Education beyond the High School Level, established Richmond Technical Institute. Seven months later, the voters of Richmond County authorized a bond issue and a tax levy for construction and support of Richmond
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5/13/10 Mission and Vision The mission of Richmond Community College is to provide quality educational opportunities and community services, to offer workforce training and retraining, and to support economic development within a learning centered environment. In support of their mission and purpose, the professional members of Richmond Community College strive to meet various goals. Richmond Community College’s vision is to foster educational achievement, economic development, and personal growth in Richmond and Scotland counties by: being an institution of choice for educational
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5/13/10 Richmond Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Associate of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees; associate in applied science degrees, diplomas, and certificates. The Richmond Community College Medical Assisting program is also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Curriculum Review Board of the American Association of Medical Assistance Endowment (AAMAE) Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. The Criminal Justice Technology
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5/13/10 Governance Dr. Dale McInnis was currently sworn in as president Richmond Community College. Dr. McInnis took office on March 1, 2010, Monday,
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5/13/10 Faculty and Staff Profile Richmond Community College faculty and staff profile for (June 2009 report) is as follows: Executive/Managerial 8 hold full time positions Faculty 73 full-time positions, 10 part-time positions, 83 Faculty in all Professional (Others) 40 full-time positions, 2 part- time positions, 42 in all Technical/Paraprofessionals 6 full-time positions, 0 part-time positions, 6 total Secretarial /Clerical 18 full-time positions, 1 part-time
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5/13/10 Education: Curricula & Non- Curricula Richmond Community College offers twenty-three (23) associate and associate in applied science degree programs, nine (9) diploma programs, and sixteen (16) certificate programs. The Continuing Education Program Department offers a variety of programs ranging from GED to Basic Law Enforcement Training. RCC also offers online courses, college transfer and general education programs. The college recently incorporated the new workforce initiative “Jobs Now” program to train dislocated workers due to recent plant closings in the area. The programs offered are Healthcare Billing/Coding;
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5/13/10 Finances
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