Brunswick Junior College : annual report, 1974-75

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Annual Report
College of Coastal Georgia , Brunswick Junior College
Teel, John W.
SUMMARY STATEMENT -- FACULTY -- STUDENTS -- LIBRARY -- GENERAL INFORMATION -- COMPUTER -- NEW CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY OR COMPLETED DURING THE YEAR -- GIFTS AND GRANTS RECEIVED IN SUPPORT OF THE COLLEGE -- FINANCIAL REPORT -- The fiscal year 1974-1975 may be characterized as a period of stable operation. It was a time of continued assessment and evaluation of curricula, procedures, programs, and general institutional progress. -- New instructional division, the Division of Special Studies, began its initial year of operation in September, 1974. -- Significant improvement in existing curricula was the revision of the basic English composition courses. -- Need to provide greater educational challenges for the academically superior student. academic scholarships initiated. English honors course. -- Community support of the library continues to be good and quite a number of patrons, faculty, and friends of the library have donated books and made cash contributions to support the development of the library. -- Community service: Dedication to community improvement through the organization of a wide spectrum of people who are concerned with democratic processes, self-help, and educational objectives, rather than approaching community improvement by emphasizing a technical process of problem solving or by concentrating on social activism. (190 courses) -- graduate programs sponsored jointly with Georgia Southern College and the Coastal Area Teacher Education Service -- overcrowding / severe space limitations. When the two current projects, the Vocational/Technical and the Science/Classroom facilities, are available for occupancy, the immediate space needs of the institution will be substantially met. -- One of the most serious and debilitating conditions facing our institution is the erosion of faculty and staff salaries and fringe benefits caused by inadequate salary increases and economic inflation.
College of Coastal Georgia