Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) is an outstanding multi-campus community college with an excellent reputation for high quality instruction, programs and services. The College is the largest community college in New York State and educates over 26,000 credit students and 10,000 non-credit and workforce training students on its three campuses – Ammerman (Selden, NY), Eastern (Riverhead, NY), and Michael J. Grant (Brentwood, NY), as well as the Sayville Center and the Riverhead Culinary Arts and Hospitality Center. There are 493 full-time faculty and 1,458 adjunct faculty teaching 71 degree programs and 30 certificate programs. Suffolk County is the largest suburban county in the State of New York, with a population of over 1.5 million people. The attractive county includes rural and suburban communities. For more information visit the College web site at www.sunysuffolk.edu .
The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs reports to the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and, as the college chief student affairs officer, provides leadership and vision and has the authority and responsibility for the planning, policy development, implementation and assessment of all college student affairs programs and services consistent with the college mission and goals.
Responsibilities for the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs include the following:
works with the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, The College Dean of Enrollment Management, Campus Executive Deans and the Campus Associate Deans of Student Services to develop and implement college-wide policy and procedures;
provides direct supervision of, the College Dean of Enrollment Management, the Director of Business Affairs for the Suffolk Community College Association, and the Project Director of the Student Support Services Program;
provides leadership and coordination for the development, implementation, and assessment of college-wide policies, procedures, and systems within all areas of Student Affairs;
develops initiatives that support the vision and mission of the college through the Strategic Plan;
insures that student and academic affairs work collaboratively to provide student programs at the College which promote student development and academic success;
establishes an on-going systematic student affairs assessment plan;
provides for the development and fiscal management of the college and association budgets within the student affairs division;
provides leadership in collaboration with the College Dean of Enrollment Management in the development of recruitment and retention strategies leading to the College’s annual enrollment goals;
works collaboratively with the College Associate Dean for Student Success to ensure the development and expansion of the college success program;
provides college leadership for the development and implementation of diversity program activities;
provides leadership and coordination of the college’s intercollegiate athletics, theatres, and child care programs through the respective campus directors and Associate Deans of Student Services;
Provides leadership and supervision to the Athletic Director for college-wide athletic programs;
supervises Suffolk Community College Association;
chairs the Association Advisory Council; Student Affairs Council; Child Care Committee, and Publications Board;
oversees the policy implementation of the Student Code of Conduct;
coordinates all aspects of the college commencement ceremony;
serves as a member of the Executive Council and President’s Cabinet;
represents the college at official functions on campus and within the community, including student and faculty functions, business, governmental, civic, and community groups;
performs other related duties as assigned by the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.
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