ERIC Number: ED252365
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Self Study: Standing Rock Community College.
Barden, Jack, Ed.
Established in 1973, Standing Rock Community College serves the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation by providing education and training to all interested persons who can benefit from the effort, by providing service at a lower cost since families can remain at home, by having an open admission policy, and by being flexible so that the greatest good can be attained for the largest number. This document is a study conducted by the administration, faculty, staff, and other constituencies of Standing Rock Community College in preparation for its initial accreditation visit in April 1984. The purpose of the study is to provide complete descriptive information about the institution; it is organized around the four evaluative criteria of the North Central Association. Part 1 establishes that the College has a purpose derived from the history and conditions of the people it serves and that the purpose is public. The second part examines resources, management functions, instruction, and student/community services. Part 3 reports a steady growth of enrollment to 235 students in spring 1984, and notes efforts in efficiency in both facility care and student services. Part 4 demonstrates that the College has short and long term goals for organizing its resources and achieving results. (BRR)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Standing Rock Community Coll., ND.