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Academic Affairs

pamela haney Vice President of Academic Affairs: Dr. Pamela J. Haney
Office: D201
Telephone: (708) 974-5204
Email: haney@morainevalley.edu
Fax: (708) 974-5269

Overview of Division
The faculty and staff in the Division of Academic Affairs provide a student-centered learning environment that facilitates quality instruction, fosters personal development, ensures access to available technologies, and promotes cultural diversity in a changing global environment. To carry out their commitment, the Division of Academic Affairs directs its resources to create environments where learning is both the process and the outcome.

Subdivisions and Departments
Adjunct Faculty
Academic Services
   Assessment of Student Academic Achievement
Academic Development and Learning Resources
   Center for Teaching and Learning
   Learning Resources Center/Library
Career Programs
   Automotive Technology
   Health Sciences
   Mechanical Technologies
   Public Service
Corporate, Community and Continuing Education
Fine and Performing Arts Center
Learning Enrichment and College Readiness
   Dr. Irene H. Brodie Academic Skills Center
   Adult Basic Education-ABE/GED
   Academic Outreach
   Developmental Education-RDG-COM-MTH-COS courses
   English as a Second Language
   Off Campus Centers
   Intensive English Language Program
   Literacy Program
Liberal Arts
   Behavioral Science
   Communications/Literature/Languages
   Fine Arts and Humanities
   Social Science
   Writing Center
Science, Business and Computer Technologies
   Biological Sciences
   Business
   Computer-Integrated Technologies
   Information Management Systems
   Math and Computer Sciences
   Physical Sciences
   Restaurant/Hotel/Culinary Arts Management

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Administrative Services

Executive Vice President: Andrew Duren, M.S.
Office Location: D201
Telephone: (708) 974-5203
E-mail: duren@morainevalley.edu
Fax: (708) 974-5269

Overview of Division
The Division of Administrative Services and our staff are committed to providing a safe, clean, secure, and pleasant environment with all of the necessary human and material resources to make Moraine Valley Community College a world-class educational provider.

Subdivisions and Departments
Information Technology
Auxiliary Services/Bookstore/Food Services
Facilities Management/Campus Operations
Human Resources
Purchasing and Receiving
Police Department


Financial Affairs

Chief Financial Officer: Robert Sterkowitz, C.P.A.
Office Location: L157
Telephone: (708) 974-4300
E-mail: sterkowitz@morainevalley.edu
Fax: (708) 974-4196

Overview of Division
Moraine Valley's Finance Division prepares the college's annual budget, is responsible for the college's investments and all other banking activities, prepares and submits the annual tax levy, prepares the comprehensive annual financial report (audit) and other compliance reports, processes biweekly payroll, pays bills (accounts payable), and conducts all accounts receivable functions.

Departments Within the Division
Accounting
Accounts Payable
Cashier's Office
Payroll

Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports
FY14   FY13   FY12   FY11   FY10

Single Audit
FY14   FY13   FY12   FY11

Annual Budget Revenue
FY 15   FY14   FY13   FY12   FY11

Tax Rate Agency Reports for Tax Years
2013   2012   2011   2010   2009


Institutional Advancement

Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Assistant to the President: Margaret Lehner, Ed.D.
Office Location: D201
Telephone: (708) 974-5257
E-mail: lehnerm@morainevalley.edu
Fax: (708) 974-5269

Overview of Division
The Division of Institutional Advancement promotes and upholds the image of the college in the local, regional, national, and global communities. The division (1) provides quality information about college programs and services through a variety of print and nonprint media, including electronic media; (2) researches, analyzes and plans for community and student needs, learning and other college experiences; (3) seeks alternative revenue to fund priority programs and services; and (4) builds and maintains relationships with schools, agencies, businesses, and media. Finally, the division provides leadership for the strategic and annual planning processes.

Mission Statement
The mission of Institutional Advancement is to provide distinctive, responsive and innovative services—including integrated marketing communications, resource development, planning and research—to further the college’s mission.

To accomplish this, we will provide leadership for:

  • Institutional effectiveness
  • AQIP reaccreditation
  • College-wide strategic, data-driven approaches to planning and operations
  • College-wide integrated marketing communications strategies
  • Strong branding that cultivates and communicates the powerful, unique Moraine Valley message and aspiration
  • Relationships between the college and greater community
  • External funding resources for the college

Subdivisions and Departments
College and Community Relations
Institutional Research and Planning
Marketing and Creative Services
Resource Development and Institutional Effectiveness 


Student Development

Vice President of Student Development: Normah Salleh-Barone, Ph.D.
Office Location: D201
Telephone: (708) 974-5209
E-mail: salleh-barone@morainevalley.edu
Fax: (708) 974-5269

Overview of Division
In support of the mission of Moraine Valley Community College, the Student Development Division encourages academic, personal and career growth by providing comprehensive and accessible services and programs to promote and enhance the overall development of our students. Student Development is committed to promoting student success in an ever-changing and multicultural community.

Mission and Purpose Statement
The Student Development Division supports Moraine Valley Community College's mission by facilitating the education, growth and development of the whole person in a student centered, learning focused and multicultural community. The Student Development staff are dedicated to working collaboratively to provide innovative, relevant, high quality programs and services that meet the needs of our diverse students and the community, and exemplify our core values of integrity, fairness, respect, responsibility, and diversity. We are committed to student learning, student development and student success.

To this end, we will:

  • Promote a dynamic, caring, challenging and safe environment.
  • Offer high quality services, which are accessible, accurate, clear and timely, to our students and prospective students.
  • Foster self-discovery and personal growth leading to meaningful goals and values for life-long learning.
  • Maximize students' potential by inspiring, motivating and engaging students through purposeful, stimulating and enriching programs and services.
  • Teach students to become partners in the learning process and to make connections with appropriate faculty, staff and resources to fulfill their goals and expand their opportunities.
  • Embrace and integrate diversity through a community of respect that affirms the value of each individual.
  • Teach life skills that enhance self-reflection, self-direction and self-sufficiency.

Student Development Services Milestone Goals
Student Development Report of Accomplishments 2012-2013
Student Development Report of Accomplishments 2011-2012

Subdivisions and Departments
Academic Advising Center
Admissions/Registration
Admissions Office
Athletics
Center for Disability Services
Children's Learning Center
Counseling and Career Development
Financial Aid
International Student Affairs
Job Resource Center
Multicultural Student Affairs
New Student Retention
Photo ID Services
Registration and Records
Student Life
Student Services
Testing Center
Trio Programs
   Educational Talent Search
   Student Support Services
   Upward Bound 


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