Committees are working groups comprised of all CCCC employees to conduct the business of the college thereby carrying out the strategic plan goals and objectives. The committee process assists in keeping everyone informed and engaged. The ultimate goal is student success and fulfillment of the CCCC mission. The committee process provides documentation (evidence) toward the development of the accreditation self study.
The Academic Dean (AD) and Dean of Administration (DA) oversees the work of the committees to assure follow through and accomplishment. Each committee has been named and a purpose described. A leader (chair) is designated for each committee by consensus of the members. Brief meeting notes are recorded and submitted to the President's office via the AD & DA for documentation of the work and as part of the accreditation evidence process. As appropriate, committee notes are shared with all employees and committee leaders/chairs report out at monthly staff meetings.
Leadership Committee –Integrates the work of all committees thereby linking assessment process and program reviews to planning and budgeting; monitors progress of strategic plan priorities via committee structure; plans for resource development; oversees all reporting requirements including enrollment management and accreditation status toward ongoing institutional improvement; and leads internal communications toward faculty/staff cooperation and understanding.
|Cynthia Lindquist, Chair||
|Stuart Young||Evie McDonald|
|Jackie Lampert||Heidi Ziegenmeyer|
|Student Academic Advisors – Assures students are informed/knowledgeable about their respective academic pathway (program of study) and the various resources available toward successful outcomes. Advisors serve for the duration of the student's tenure (through graduation). Cooperates and communicates with Student Success staff.|
|Danielle Finn - Indigenous Studies|
|Dr. Herb Hofer - HPER & Liberal Arts|
|Jenna Haagenson - Office Technology, Business & CDL|
|Heather Marxen - Carpentry, Fine Arts, Pre-Engineering, Natural Resources, Pre-Nursing, & non-degree seeking|
|Eric Rogness - Liberal Arts|
|Jackie Lampert - Early Childhood Education, Social Work & CDL|
|Student Academic Mentors – Guides and directs students in being a responsible college student, knowledgeable of programs of study, and provides referral assistance as needed. Mentors & advisors work closely with Registrar and Financial Aid Director to assure timely processing of student forms and paperwork. Mentors and Advisors have strogn knowledge and use of the EMPOWER system. The co-Academic Deans serve as leaders for the mentors and advisors.|
|Jackie Lampert - ECE||Karen Saari - Liberal Arts|
|Lori Gourneau - Pre-Nursing||Jenna Haagenson - Business, Technology|
|Danielle Finn - Indigenous Studies||Herb Hofer - HPER|
|Eric Rogness - Liberal Arts||Richard Rasmussen - CDL|
|Steven Smith - Business||Heidi Ziegenmeyer - NRM|
|Kim Paulson - Carpentry||Doug Cudworth - NRM|
|Michael Parker - Pre-Engineering||Heather Marxen - Non-degree seeking|
|Karl Haefner - Pre-Engineering||Stuart Reike - Liberal Arts|
|Brent Voels - Liberal Arts||Vicki Alberts - Liberal Arts|
|Gaylynn Lindemann - Social Work||Ken Hill - Indigenous Studies|
|Carol Greywater - Fine Arts||Marva Tollefson - Indigenous Studies|
|Tanner Sager - Indigenous Studies|
Assessment Committee – Coordinates the assessment process that assures student learning outcomes are met. Hub for all assessment (gathering of data).
|Mike Parker, co-chair||Jackie Lampert, co-chair|
|Eric Rogness||Brent Voels|
|Steven Smith||Vicki Alberts|
Curriculum Committee – Develops and coordinates the program review process that includes course reviews. Overseen by the Academic Dean and includes:
|Chris Dahlen||Jenna Haagenson, co-chair|
|Lori Gourneau||Brent Voels|
|Herb Hofer||Karen Saari, co-chair|
|Danielle Finn||Herb Hofer|
Recruitment Committee – Developes, coordinates, and implements strategies and activities based on trend data to promote CCCC to increase student enrollment.
|Melody Volk, chair||Darica Deckert|
|Lois Leben||Ann Wadsworth|
|Evie McDonald||Deborah LaVallie|
|Retention Committee – Develops, coordinates, and implements strategies and activities based on trend data to improve student retention toward successsful student outcomes (completion). Coordinates work with Student Senate (formerly called Student Government).|
|Vicki Oehlke, chair||Penny Yankton|
|Eric Rodness||Douglas Cudworth|
|Carol Greywater||Nicole Brown|
Data Management Committee/ATD (Achieving the Dream) – Fosters the development, use, and understanding of institutional data and assures all committees are using data to inform their work.
|Karen Saari||Tina Ploium|
|Chris Dahlen||Vicki Oehlke|
|Jackie Lampert||Stuart Young, chair|
|Kim Krebsbach||Melody Volk|
|President Lindquist||Samantha Gourd|
|Financial Aid Committee – assists the Financial Aid Director in disseminating federal financial aid and scholarship information on a timely basis. Promotes and supports students completing applications as appropriate. Determines scholarship and Angel Fund recipients based on policy guidelines and student's application.|
|Vanessa Thomas||Tina Ploium, chair|
|Brandi Snider||Galynn Lindemann|
Faculty Senate – Forum wherein all faculty have opportunity to discuss ideas, issues, or improvements toward working together and improving student outcomes.