Brunswick College : annual report, 1994-1995
College of Coastal Georgia , Brunswick 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] -- [First year to use executive summary, with bullet points] -- The year 1994-95 at Brunswick College was one of careful awareness that the previous three years of enrollment growth might not be sustained for the long term -- Mission Review process -- The technical and vocational program enrollments increased during the year with the addition of a new sub-field in the Marketing and Management degree area to include a culinary emphasis in Hospitality Management -- Student Development Services personnel demonstrated new approaches and a student oriented philosophy to the campus, greatly strengthening the Student Development Services functions -- Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act -- very positive state of the Allied Health and Nursing Programs -- personnel have involved themselves in annual giving to the college, achieving a level of 93% in 1994-95. -- Coastal Georgia Minority Outreach Program was again very successful in reaching eighty "at risk" middle school African American males most in danger of becoming drop outs. -- Healthy state of the library and information services: Among the electronic improvements in the library are the preparation of ID cards for students and staff using electronic barcodes, the barcoding of the entire collection, the modification of the circulation system to utilize barcodes, and the placement of twentytwo stand-alone computer workstations in the library for public use with each accessing a word processing program and several CD-ROM databases. -- Collegewide priorities developed through a broad-based planning process directed by Institutional Planning and Assessment Committee.
College of Coastal Georgia