More comments from the <BR>Texas A&M University-Commerce Spring Faculty Meeting<BR>
– Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Texas A&M University-Commerce Mary Hendrix spoke at this years Spring Faculty Meeting. Among the items addressed was a partnership with Collin County College on their future Multi-Institutional Teaching Center. Hendrix says the University will be using results of a recent survey conducted in Collin County as a foundation in determining what academic programs A&M-Commerce would like to propose to the College. She says the next step would be for both sides to communicate and define specific details of the partnership.
A portion of her address outlined the University's Strategic Plan for Academic and Student Affairs. Hendrix spoke of the plans goals, stressing that in order to be successful, a collective effort is required. She also spoke of a future Quality Enhancement Plan that would better define the University. The plan will be prescribed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Click the MP3 icon to listen as Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs Mary Hendrix talks about achieving the University Strategic Plan's goals.