Division of Academic Services
Annual Report Highlights
Jeffrey P. Bartkovich
Interim Provost & Vice President
I am pleased to present the 2013-2014 Division of Academic Services Annual Highlights Report on behalf of the Academic Services Leadership Council at Monroe Community College.
This past year, former Provost McDonough led Academic Services through the development of several key initiatives at the College. Academic Services set forth a vision of building an intentional college with a global focus, characterized by a high-impact culture, sustained by partnerships, and energized by college-ready students and workers. This important Annual Highlights Report continues to be informed by the College's mission and four key strategic directions of Learning First, Career Pathways, Partnerships, and Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Accountability.
Academic Services is comprised of seventeen academic departments and service offices of Academic Facilities and Learning Environments, Enrollment Management, Curriculum and Program Development, Institutional Research, and the Teaching and Creativity Center. This community of over 1,000 innovative faculty and engaged staff collaborate with Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services, Administrative Services, Educational Technology Services, Student Services, and the President's Office to ensure that our students and our community continue to flourish and prosper.
I am pleased to share the Academic Services Annual Highlights that demonstrates a commitment to unifying around MCC's vision to champion opportunity, innovation, and excellence to transform lives and communities.
MCC's faculty and professional staff are to be commended for their steadfast approach to tackling some of higher education's most pressing challenges. These efforts will undoubtedly improve graduation rates, enhance student success, and support a culture of sustained excellence. Whether it is through service-learning efforts, local internship opportunities, or establishing a high-impact culture in the classroom, MCC is leading the way by preparing students for the future. We are a dynamic, innovative, and inspiring institution. We empower students to define their own success. This is MCC's highest priority.
Each and every day, we support our students in extraordinary ways with an inspiring college community. I am honored to represent the remarkable achievements of this committed and talented division.
Jeffrey P. Bartkovich
Interim Provost and Vice President
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