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2.100 Programs


Policy Number: 2.100 

Subject: Programs

Date Adopted: January 1, 1991

As a community college that strives to be continually comprehensive, the Board of Trustees has established a variety of programs to meet the educational needs of Garland County and area residents. The College continues to develop both specific and general programs to meet the needs of individuals, local businesses, and industry. Whenever possible, the College seeks the opportunity to work with business, industry and other community institutions in an effort to bring more diversified educational programs to the area.

Community input concerning the need for additional curriculum development, the revision of current programs, and the possibility of joint or cooperative programs with other educational institutions are encouraged by the Board.