Coastal Georgia Community College : annual report, 1995-1996

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Annual Report
College of Coastal Georgia , Coastal Georgia Community College
Lord, Dorothy L.
I. Executive Summary -- The State of the Institution -- Hightlights of the Year's Work -- Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity -- Institutional Strategic Planning -- Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness. -- II. Student Data -- Academic Data -- Library Data -- Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity -- Financial Data -- Brunswick Center -- Institutional Strategeic Planning -- [FINANCIAL STATEMENT] -- The overall state of the institution is that there is increased commitment to the mission. The team concept is quite strong. Fiscally conservative approach to cope with the 3.5 percent EFT enrollment decline. The institution is strong in student academic performance after transfer, performance on licensure examinations, job placement, Regents Examination performance, and in satisfaction with the institution. -- Personnel reductions may be necessary. -- Enrollment decline is a very serious economic issue. A renewed emphasis on retention of enrolled students and a more aggressive recruitment program for new students have been implemented. -- In 1995-96 the total student enrollment included 1920, of which thirty-four percent were full-time and sixty-six percent were part-time with an average age of 29 years. These students were 24.1 percent minority African American, 2.7 percent other races, and 73.2% Caucasian. The African American population in 1995-96 compares to 23.4 percent in 1994- 95. -- Office of the President: A common theme runs through the activities of the Office of the President during this fiscal year: collaborative activities in building partnerships and positive relationships for the college with schools, industries, communities, donors, and other University System and DTAE institutions...The numerous collaborative relationships which had been cultivated during the year in the normal course of conducting college business proved extremely useful in building a base of support and understanding of what it means to be a "community college."
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