Reporting to the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Assistant/Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (AVPAA) is responsible for providing comprehensive leadership, coordination, and assisting with the supervision of academic and education activities. The AVPAA will assist with assessment both formative and summative in collaboration with the Deans and faculty. The individual works in collaboration with the VPAA, Deans, and faculty to ensure compliance with Middle States Commission of Higher Education accreditation requirements. He/She will work collaboratively on program accreditation/development, instructional design, and enrollment management. The AVPAA will assist with development and implementation of policies, procedures and practices designed to ensure effective delivery of academic programs. He/She is responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of student academic support services to increase retention and graduation. The AVPAA, in collaboration with the VPAA, is responsible for planning and supervising the improvement of academic programs, workshops and trainings, and faculty development initiatives.
The Assistant/Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs also coordinates college-wide articulation agreements and collaborative efforts with other institutions and the Baltimore City Public Schools. The AVPAA will work collaboratively the VPAA and with Student Affairs to develop dual enrollment and other special programs. In addition, the AVPAA collaborates with the Vice President for Academic Affairs on Strategic Planning initiatives and ensures a student-centered approach to academics in support of the College's mission. The AVPAA collaborates on the creation of the Learning Resource Center (formerly the library) to expand cocurricular learning and educational programming. He/She works collaboratively with the Institutional Research to support academic assessment, curriculum development, e-learning, articulation, and special projects. Additionally, the AVPAA may teach one class annually in a discipline. Reporting directly to the AVPAA is The Clarence Blount Child Care Center, the Learning Resource Center (Library), Articulation, and the Academic Center for Success.
Internal Number: 2021-038
About Baltimore City Community College
As the only community college in Baltimore City, and the only State-sponsored community college in Maryland, we enroll more Baltimore City residents than any other college or university in the state. For over 70 years, the College has served as a gateway to higher education. With its broad range of degree and certificate programs, affordable tuition, and extensive outreach, BCCC offers educational opportunities at all levels to the citizens of Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, and other countries.