Human resources

Trustees' Handbook For Managers

2.3 College Organization

  • 2.3.1 President
    The President of the College is the chief executive officer of the College and the official advisor to the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee. The President is the direct representative of the Board of Trustees in implementing the policies of the Board and is responsible for reporting to the Board on the general welfare and progress of the College. The President is responsible for all aspects of the life of the College including, but not limited to, academic, curricular and extra-curricular affairs, the religious life of the College, Faculty, fund raising, and College relations. To meet these responsibilities, the President, with the approval of the Board of Trustees, appoints officers who are responsible for duties as assigned by the President. The Board of Trustees may appoint an interim president if the President is unable to fulfill the duties of the President due or absence or disability. The President is elected by and responsible only to the Board of Trustees for the discharge of his or her duties, and serves in continuing appointment at the pleasure of the Board subject to existing contract commitments. The President is an ex officio voting member of all College committees and an ex officio, nonvoting member of all Faculty committees.
  • 2.3.2 Senior Staff Organizational Chart

    Board of Trustees
    President's Senior Staff

    1. Provost
    2. Dean of Students
    3. Chaplain
    4. Dean of Admission and Financial Aid
    5. Chief Business Officer and Treasurer of the College
    6. Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
    7. Vice President for Public Relations

    1. 1.   Academic programs, policies and curriculum; academic records; faculty recruitment, development, evaluation, promotion and tenure review; academic department budgets; academic advising, counseling, skills and support services; career development and placement; pre-health advising; dean’s list and honors programs; summer advising and orientation; academic probation; library; multicultural affairs; Institute for Jewish Christian Understanding; The Wescoe School; and education abroad programs.
    2. 2.  Residential services; student counseling; health services; Judicial Board; student government; student activities; athletics and fitness programs; campus safety and security; fraternities and sororities; community service programs; summer conferences; deputy president; Seegers Union including events calendar, food services.
    3. 3.  Campus religious life; Chapel Christian worship; coordinate efforts with Roman Catholic and Jewish ministry affiliates; Opening Convocation.
    4. 4.  Enrollment projections; admissions and recruitment; student financial aid; school and campus visitation programs.
    5. 5.  Endowment policy and performance; financial planning; asset management; business affairs; payroll; receivables; purchasing; budget preparation and
      monitoring; property acquisition; risk management; Human Resources; information and technology services; general services; added responsibility in facilities and plant operations.
    6. 6.  Gifts and grants; prospect research; capital campaign; planned giving; annual giving; alumni relations; corporate and foundation relations.
    7. 7.  Media and community relations; campus-wide and public events (i.e.,commencement); publications; advertising; radio station; Board of Associates; Women's Auxiliary; bookstore.