The Office of Academic Affairs oversees all operations of the Academic Branch and
provides leadership for administrative and academic programs. Academic Affairs is
responsible for helping students and faculty achieve their academic and professional
Led by the Vice President, the Office of Academic Affairs' major responsibilities
include academic planning, programs, support services, policy, budgets, and faculty
affairs. In addition, the Division provides oversight of academic governance, appointments,
advancements, research of administrative support and compliance, and production of
the College’s catalog and courses.
Along with the School Deans, directors, and department heads, Academic Affairs administers existing programs,
reviews and revises programs, and develops new programs. The Division facilitates
academic policies, procedures and standards for students and faculty.
Hudson County Community College recognizes high quality, diversity, and adaptability
to new ideas among its tenured faculty and has confidence that such characteristics
can be retained and advanced through proper use of in-service training, and promotion
policies, coupled with fair and humane working conditions.
Continuous appointment of a significant proportion of the College's faculty provides
continuity of educational leadership, fosters institutional and community loyalty
and participation, and affords the protection of academic freedom.