Students Program recruits international students, evaluates
applications, serves as a liaison with the Immigration and
Naturalization Service, helps students who are enrolled at
the college, organizes student outings and helps students
find suitable housing.
Personnel - One full-time
director/faculty member and two student assistants are employed
to work as part of the program.
Equipment - At this time
a computer and a printer need to be replaced (the printer
should be color), and an additional computer, a fax machine
and a scanner are needed immediately.
Facilities - The office
is not centrally located at this time; it is small, in poor
condition and in a high traffic central meeting area thus
making it noisy and not very accessible for foreign students.
Since September 11th it has become more difficult
to obtain a student visa, so in the mid term (five years)
there may be a slight decline in the growth of international
students attending the college. However, because two-year
degrees as well as vocational training are becoming more popular
with overseas students, in the long term (ten years) the program
should again see an increase in growth. It is projected that
the program will increase in size at the same rate as the
overall college enrollment in the mid term and long term.
Personnel - See Projected Faculty and Staff
Equipment - Within five years two computers,
a printer, a scanner and a fax machine will need to be replaced
and the office will need a new typewriter.
Facilities - The program requires space in
a more desirable location. A larger area is required as well,
with an office for the director, an office for a counselor,
space for student workers, a reception area, and a lounge/meeting
room for students.
Staff Development - A staff retreat that includes
student leaders would be beneficial for the needs of international
|Projected Faculty and
/ Limited Faculty
Full-time Classified Staff