Four Points


In addition, there is no formal connection between the plans created by the division chairs at the National campus and the plans created by the directors at the state campuses.


The potential effectiveness of the division chairs at the National campus to ensure that appropriate full-time and part-time faculty are hired and assigned to appropriate courses and that all faculty members follow the approved course outlines and use appropriate, current textbooks can be improved by changing the administrative reporting structure of this college.

Quality of instructional programs

The unification of the instructional programs under the vice president for instructional affairs and division chairs must be considered to allow the college to maintain quality instructional programs and to achieve the stated student learning outcomes described in Standard II.

Chain of command

There is no formal chain of command governing instruction and student service programs to the appropriate vice presidents or department chairs (Standard IVB.2a).