The Division of
The Mission and Vision of Academic Affairs
Mission: The Division of Academic Affairs Engages, Educates, and Empowers the intellectual community through transformational approaches to impact student learning and develop global change agents.
Vision: To create a world-class educational ecosystem where students attain knowledge, skills, and attitudes to compete successfully in global industry.
Instructional, laboratory, and other physical facilities that relate to the academic programs:
Thirkield Hall (Two computer labs)
Aaron Baker Science Building (One computer lab and various science labs)
Wiley-Pemberton Complex (Three computer labs/Student Success Center/College Learning Center/Student Support and Disability Services Office)
Thomas W. Cole, Sr. Library (One computer lab)
Freeman P. & Carrie E. Hodge Center (One computer lab)
Haywood L. Strickland Living-Learning Center (one computer lab)
Academic Calendar 2020-2021
Academic Calendar 2019-2020
Academic Calendar 2018-2019
Course Catalog (2019-2020)
Course Catalog (2015-2019)
Institutional Research Data/Graduation Rates
Spearheading efforts to fulfill the academic mission of the college, managing the academic experience for students, and implementing academic policies and procedures related to faculty and students.
The School of
Social Sciences & Humanities
Assisting students to develop essential skills for effective communication and expressions that include sound, critical, analytical reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
The School of
Preparing competent and highly proficient teachers who possess the knowledge, understanding, skills, abilities, and attitudes required of professional educators.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office in the U.S. Department of Education (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99), which prohibits the unauthorized release of confidential information about individual students. It affords students certain rights with respect to their education records: (1) Access to Education Records, (2) Request for Amendment of Education Records, (3) Disclosure of Education Records, and (4) Right to File a Complaint.
View the FERPA Disclosure Statement