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Roles and Responsibilities

The Tallahassee Community College District Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, and students are committed to creating a campus of learning, safety, shared responsibility, and harmony. It is also expected that all members of the educational community will share respect for the law and adhere to the highest ethical and moral standards of conduct.

The TCC Roles and Responsibilities were developed as part of the College's initiative to "develop a campus culture of shared responsibilities that results in positive conditions for student learning".

 

 Students

 
  1. Adapt to and thrive in diverse teaching/learning environments.
  2. Be actively engaged in the learning process both inside and outside the classroom.
  3. Create, develop, and evaluate an individualized academic plan and life goals.
  4. Respect the learning environment and rights of all learners.
  5. Abide by the Student Conduct Code.
  6. Interact with peers.
  7. Participate in or support student organizations and campus activities.
  8. Be aware of and use student support services and resources.
  9. Assume responsibility for academic and personal choices.
  10. Be a viable and contributing member of the community.
 

 Faculty

 
  1. Actively create an environment conducive to student learning and success.
  2. Deliver students to class in the best condition to learn.
  3. Relate to and instruct a diverse student population with varying academic preparation and learning readiness.
  4. Strengthen the connection with students to foster a common purpose and partnership.
  5. Foster students' use of higher order and critical thinking skills.
  6. Encourage student collaboration.
  7. Integrate the use of information technology to enhance the teaching/learning process (advisement, multi-media curriculum, email, etc.).
  8. Encourage students to use student support services and resources.
  9. Engage in peer interaction and participate in college-wide and division committees.
  10. Participate in shared governance.
  11. Participate in professional development.
  12. Actively participate as advisors, role models, and/or mentors.
  13. Be a viable and contributing member of the community.
 

 Institutional

 
  1. Support student success through seamless college operations and sound infrastructure.
  2. Deliver students to class in the best condition to learn.
  3. Assert the central role of the teaching/learning process through educational programs.
  4. Assist students in developing the ability to think critically, creatively, and reflectively.
  5. Support a campus environment which encourages active learning, collaboration among divisions and departments, and interaction among faculty, staff, and students.
  6. Prepare students for productive and satisfying lives.
  7. Encourage professional development of all employees.
  8. Strengthen the connections between the campus and the larger community to foster a common purpose and partnership.
Contact Information

For more information contact the Division of Student Affairs by phone (850) 201-8490 or e-mail studentaffairs@tcc.fl.edu.

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