Board of Directors
TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM OF GEORGIA, STATE BOARD:
The State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) is the governing board for the System and the individual technical colleges. The State Board shall provide overall policies for the management of the System and the individual Technical Colleges to ensure that the needs of the citizenry, business, and industry are met to the highest possible degree and in the most cost-effective and efficient manner. For more information regarding the members of the State Board and State Board Policies, please use the following link: TCSG State Board.
COLUMBUS TECHNICAL COLLEGE, LOCAL BOARD:
Columbus Technical College has a local advisory committee called the Local Board of Directors. The College’s advisory committee assures the TCSG State Board policies are implemented and provides supplemental procedures to ensure that the needs of the citizenry, business, and industry in the Columbus Technical College service area are met to the highest possible degree and in the most cost effective and efficient manner, within the guidelines of the policies and goals and objectives of the TCSG State Board.
Velma Bright, Chair
Dr. James “Jim” Trott, Vice Chair
David E. Fox
Joe “Slade” Johnson
David G. McCurry
Edwina G. Turner
MEETINGS OF THE LOCAL BOARD
- Call to Order
- Approval of Minutes
- Institutional Effectiveness
- Academic Affairs
- Student Affairs
- Administrative Services
- Economic Development
- Institutional Advancement
- College & Community Relations
Note: Individuals or groups who wish to appear before the Board shall make their request in writing to the Chairperson at least ten days in advance of the next regular meeting and include a summary of the matter to be addressed. If the matter is applicable for consideration, the Chairperson, at his or her discretion, may approve the request and allot a reasonable time for presentation. At any meeting, the Chairperson, without opposition, or the Board, by majority vote, may recognize unscheduled appearances before the Board by individuals or groups. The Chairperson shall limit presentations as necessary to maintain the timely conduct of business by the Board. Please use the following email to assure communications reaches the Local Board Chairperson, email: email@example.com
PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEES: More than 200 employers invest their time as subject matter experts to assure Columbus Technical College’s academic programs of study produce graduates ready to work and/or ready to transfer to senior universities. The employers meet a minimum of two times per year to discuss such topics as curriculum, instructional technology, assessments, equipment, library resource needs, enrollment, retention, graduation, licensure/registries/certifications, job placement and/or transfers, college mission, vision, values, or other topics of interest. The employers may provide information regarding new technology in the workplace, job outlook, satisfaction with graduates, or other topics. Additional advisory boards exist to support non-teaching areas of the college including Library Services and Economic Development, to name a couple. These partnership keeps Columbus Technical College grounded, focused on our mission, and eager to have successful graduates, services, and programs.