Annual report of institutional progress, 2002-2003 : Coastal Georgia Community College

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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10675.4/236
Title:
Annual report of institutional progress, 2002-2003 : Coastal Georgia Community College
Authors:
Lord, Dorothy L.
Abstract:
A: SUMMARY OF MAJOR INSTITUTIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN THE PRECEDING YEAR -- B: ANNUAL PROGRESS IN INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGIC PLANNING -- C: ANNUAL PROGRESS IN ASSESSING INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS -- SECTION D: RETENTION RATES AND GRADUATION/TRANSFER RATES -- E. OVERALL INSTITUTIONAL HEALTH -- Knowledge Is Power Event and Chancellor's Campus Visit -- The President made approximately 40 speeches in the region during the past year. -- Through the efforts of a new faculty member, major improvements have been made in the instructional program in Art. -- New fully on-line courses. More than half of the faculty are now using products such as WEB CT and WEB Assign to enhance instruction in and out of the classroom. -- Major improvements in International Studies. The highlight of the year for the college was the presence of a Fulbright Scholar in Residence from Argentina who taught history classes -- The Associate degree nursing program underwent reaccreditation review -- conversion of the campus network backbone to Gigabit technology. An application systems analyst was added to the computer services staff - This position made a very strong impact in resolving many long standing technology issues. During 2002-2003 the college website received a major revision and upgrade. -- During 2002-2003 the library conducted a complete inventory of the library collection. Preliminary indications are that many of the volumes are old and may be of limited usefulness at the current time. -- The Brunswick Center consortium of CGCC, Armstrong Atlantic State University and Georgia Southern University, produced 66 graduates at the baccalaureate level and 51 graduates at the masters level. -- Construction continued on the 93,000 square foot Camden Center facility in Kingsland. preparation of an architectural program for a new $20,000,000 technology/student services complex known as the Gateway Project. 87,248 gross square feet. -- The [University System of Georgia] Board of Regents adopted a new Strategic Plan in 2002. One of the initiatives and goals of the plan addressed ways to increase student retention. A target retention rate of 58.58% to be reached by 2007. RETENTION PLAN. -- African American faculty remained almost nonexistent in the employment pool, despite extraordinary efforts in trying to attract them. -- The instructional space available for technical programs continues to be extremely inadequate. -- The greatest concerns at the moment center around staffing for the Camden Center and staff morale in general.
Publisher:
College of Coastal Georgia
Issue Date:
30-Jun-2003
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10675.4/236
Type:
Annual Report
Language:
en_US
Appears in Collections:
Annual Reports (College)

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dc.contributor.authorLord, Dorothy L.en_US
dc.date.accessioned2011-06-15T14:04:09Z-
dc.date.available2011-06-15T14:04:09Z-
dc.date.issued2003-06-30-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10675.4/236-
dc.description.abstractA: SUMMARY OF MAJOR INSTITUTIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN THE PRECEDING YEAR -- B: ANNUAL PROGRESS IN INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGIC PLANNING -- C: ANNUAL PROGRESS IN ASSESSING INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS -- SECTION D: RETENTION RATES AND GRADUATION/TRANSFER RATES -- E. OVERALL INSTITUTIONAL HEALTH -- Knowledge Is Power Event and Chancellor's Campus Visit -- The President made approximately 40 speeches in the region during the past year. -- Through the efforts of a new faculty member, major improvements have been made in the instructional program in Art. -- New fully on-line courses. More than half of the faculty are now using products such as WEB CT and WEB Assign to enhance instruction in and out of the classroom. -- Major improvements in International Studies. The highlight of the year for the college was the presence of a Fulbright Scholar in Residence from Argentina who taught history classes -- The Associate degree nursing program underwent reaccreditation review -- conversion of the campus network backbone to Gigabit technology. An application systems analyst was added to the computer services staff - This position made a very strong impact in resolving many long standing technology issues. During 2002-2003 the college website received a major revision and upgrade. -- During 2002-2003 the library conducted a complete inventory of the library collection. Preliminary indications are that many of the volumes are old and may be of limited usefulness at the current time. -- The Brunswick Center consortium of CGCC, Armstrong Atlantic State University and Georgia Southern University, produced 66 graduates at the baccalaureate level and 51 graduates at the masters level. -- Construction continued on the 93,000 square foot Camden Center facility in Kingsland. preparation of an architectural program for a new $20,000,000 technology/student services complex known as the Gateway Project. 87,248 gross square feet. -- The [University System of Georgia] Board of Regents adopted a new Strategic Plan in 2002. One of the initiatives and goals of the plan addressed ways to increase student retention. A target retention rate of 58.58% to be reached by 2007. RETENTION PLAN. -- African American faculty remained almost nonexistent in the employment pool, despite extraordinary efforts in trying to attract them. -- The instructional space available for technical programs continues to be extremely inadequate. -- The greatest concerns at the moment center around staffing for the Camden Center and staff morale in general.en_US
dc.language.isoen_USen_US
dc.publisherCollege of Coastal Georgiaen_US
dc.rightsCopyright protected. Unauthorized reproduction or use beyond the exceptions granted by the Fair Use clause of U.S. Copyright law may violate federal law.en_US
dc.subjectCollege of Coastal Georgiaen_US
dc.subjectCoastal Georgia Community Collegeen_US
dc.titleAnnual report of institutional progress, 2002-2003 : Coastal Georgia Community Collegeen_US
dc.typeAnnual Reporten_US
dc.contributor.corporatenameCollege of Coastal Georgia. Office of the President.en_US
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