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Governance of the College is conducted jointly by a seven-member Board of Education and the college president. The Board hires the president, sets policy, and approves the college strategic plan and budget to ensure mission fulfillment. The president administers policies and procedures, implements the strategic plan, ensures fiscal accountability, and oversees the daily operations of the College. Three division vice presidents representing Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Finance and Operations, as well as the Chief Human Resources Officer, report directly to the president who delegates leadership responsibilities to each. The Executive Director of the RCC Foundation also reports directly to the college president and the Foundation Board.
Operations and Finance
The Operations and Finance Division provides administrative resources and support to students, faculty, staff, and the public to promote the college mission. The division includes the following departments; Auxiliary Services, Shipping and Receiving, Business Office, Budget, Contracts and Procurement, Facilities Maintenance, Planning and Construction, Institutional Research, Information Technology Services and Grants Administration.
People, Culture, and Safety
The People, Culture, and Safety Division builds strategic partnerships to foster a campus climate of inclusivity, mutual respect, equitable accountability, and valued employee performance in support of the college mission. The division is responsible for leading a wide range of activities and initiatives in addition to providing policies, tools, resources, and professional development opportunities to ensure our workplace is dynamic, responsive, and compliant. The division includes the following departments and functions: Human Resources, payroll, employee & labor relations, organizational development, Risk Management, security and public safety, Title IX/harassment/discrimination response, and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Student Learning and Success
The Student Learning and Success Division includes the academic and non-credit learning opportunities along with student programming and supports. Academic programs include the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT); Associate of Science (AS); Associate of Science Oregon Transfer–Business (ASOT–Business); Associate of Applied Science (AAS), and Associate of General Studies (AGS). The College offers Career and Technical Education (CTE) degrees, certificate programs, Career Pathway Certificates and apprenticeship programs. Other non-credit programs include, Adult Basic Skills, Continuing Education, Community Education, and Small Business Development Center and Workforce Training. Student programming and support areas provide a broad range of programs and services designed to promote equitable enrollment, support student persistence and academic success, enhance student engagement and promote the social, emotional and ethical development of students. This includes Recruitment and Admission, Advising and Placement, New Student Orientation, Registration and Records, Financial Aid, Student Employment, Athletics, Access and Disability Services, Military Services, Title IX student programs, Counseling, Student Government and Clubs, and TRIO programs.