Welcome to the Office of Academic Affairs. Our office is responsible for academic departments on campus, the Registrar's Office, the Library faculty and staff, and the Office of Campus Information Technology. Additionally, the Academic Success Center, designed to support intellectually challenged students and all diverse learners, reports to the Office of Academic Affairs.
Within this web page, you are able to review faculty qualifications and course learning outcomes.
The Academic Strategic and Assessment Plans (ASAPs) provide an overview of goals and objectives by departments and assist faculty members with "closing the loop" at the end of each academic year.
The template for the Annual Report, completed each year by department chairs, details the planning premises that guide department members in regard to statistical data on students, faculty, and academic programs. The Annual Reports also contain analyses of the previous academic year and sets forth goals and budget preparation for the upcoming one.
Visitors to this website may also view various assessment instruments, including those utilized in the evaluation of new and veteran faculty. Recent national test scores, such as Praxis II results for teacher education candidates, and the NCLEX-RN scores for nursing majors, may also be found on this site.
The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), designed to enhance the writing and speaking skills of undergraduates through a service learning model, has exceeded our expectations. Faculty members at TWC are excited about the QEP which was implemented at the beginning of the fall 2010 semester.
The staff and faculty at TWC are committed to high academic expectations yet provide the one-on-one support that students have come to expect from our college. Again—welcome to the web site of the Office of Academic Affairs. Our goal is to help students, staff, and faculty Learn, Serve, Lead...and Believe.
All the best,
Dr. Suzanne T. Hine
Vice President for Academic Affairs
2007 - 2008 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2008 - 2009 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2009 - 2010 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2010 - 2011 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2011 - 2012 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2012 - 2013 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
2013 - 2014 Academic Strategic & Assessment Plans
|Academic Affairs||History and Political Science|
|Behavioral Science||Institutional Research and Retention
|Business Administration||Library and Information Services|
|Campus Information Technology||Mathematics|
|Center for Servant Leadership||Natural Sciences|
|Education and Psychology||Nursing|
|English and Foreign Languages||Registrar|
|Exercise and Sports Sciences||Religion and Philosophy|
COllege-Wide Learning Outcomes
- Use effectively the skills of reading, writing and speaking.
- Recognize the issues that affect social and political behavior in their historical and cultural perspectives.
- Recognize and analyze contributions of the arts and literature.
- Demonstrate mathematical computation skills and basic computer applications skills, and demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method.
- Think critically and develop a basis for effective judgment.
- Access and evaluate information, and its sources, and use information effectively to accomplish a purpose.
Roster of Instructional Faculty BY DEPARTMENT
All course listings are undergraduate level.
||History & Political Science|
|Education & Psychology||Natural Sciences|
|English & Foreign Languages||Nursing|
|Exercise & Sports Sciences||Religion & Philosophy|
|Fine Arts||TWC 101 and 102