About Cumberland County College
Pride... Service... Excellence

Vision
Cumberland County College serves as a catalyst for creating collaborative relationships across the county that enhance the quality of life through excellence in education, community leadership and economic growth.

Mission
Cumberland County College is a comprehensive community college that is accessible, learning-centered, and dedicated to serving a diverse community of learners and employers through quality innovative programs, services and the appropriate use of technology for life-long learning.

Affirmation
Cumberland County College, founded in 1966, reaffirms in 2001 that it is an open-door, comprehensive community college dedicated to pride, service, and excellence. The college is committed to the core elements of community college education: Liberal Arts and Transfer, Career and Occupational Studies, and Continuing and Professional Education. Cumberland County College will utilize its Vision and Mission to build on this legacy.

Diversity Statement
Cumberland County College will value and ensure a faculty, staff and student community that closely reflects all segments of Cumberland County.

Goals
Promote, celebrate and embrace cultural, racial and ethnic diversity accross the curriculum and through co-curricular and social events.

Hire and retain individuals that reflect cultural, racial and ethnic diversity.

Improve student success rate

Assessment Goals:

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Institutional Assessment Goal 1: To prepare individuals for employment, occupational advancement, or transfer to four-year institutions by offering comprehensive curricula.

Institutional Assessment Goal 2: To encourage student success and retention through developing, offering, and publicizing available student support resources and services.

Institutional Assessment Goal 3: To prepare individuals for college-level learning through the support of programs such as ESL, Basic Skills, GED, and the Institute for Literacy.

Institutional Assessment Goal 4: To partner with educational institutions to support and promote learning attainment within the college and its surrounding community.

Institutional Assessment Goal 5: To promote and develop training programs in collaboration with business and industry, government agencies, and other groups to meet workforce needs.

Institutional Assessment Goal 6: To sponsor cultural and current events that enhance the College's connection to the community.

Institutional Assessment Goal 7: To develop strategies that foster the leadership skills of students, administrators, faculty, and staff.

Institutional Assessment Goal 8: To develop programs that enhance the County's leadership, community development, and social needs.

Institutional Assessment Goal 9: To promote, celebrate and embrace cultural, racial, and ethnic diversity across the curriculum and through co-curricular and social events.

Institutional Assessment Goal 10: To hire and retain individuals who reflect the cultural, racial, and ethnic diversity of the community.

Institutional Assessment Goal 11: Identify, disseminate and report measured data for continuous improvement.

Accreditation
Cumberland County College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Senior Officers
Thomas A. Isekenegbe, Ph.D., Interim President
Jacqueline Galbiati, Ph.D. Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs
John K. Pitcher, CPA, Vice President Finance & Administrative Services

CCC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action college.