Developmental Education

Meetings will follow the schedule published by the Academic Senate. Subcommittee meetings will be scheduled at the discretion of the chair and members of the each subcommittee.



  1. To coordinate developmental education at the College.
  2. To authorize and supervise an annual needs assessment of the developmental programs and support services in order to establish priorities for the instructional, physical, and counseling requirements.
  3. To encourage faculty development activities in the developmental area.
  4. To ensure a procedure for appropriate placement and progression of the developmental student.
  5. To issue an annual report to the Senate addressing the needs and effectiveness of the developmental education.
  6. To provide a forum once a year whereby faculty will have the opportunity to discuss issues relative to remediation/developmental education.


Standing Representation:

  • Chairs of Math/Stat/CMP, English, Reading/Basic Education, Communications, and Student Personnel Services.
  • Dean of Admissions
  • Coordinator of the BEP Program
  • Coordinator of the Center for Students with Disabilities
  • Coordinator of Placement, English Dept
  • Coordinator of ESL (English as a Second L:anguage) Placement, English Department, serving in a non-voting, advisory capacity
  • Coordinator of NCC101, serving in a non-voting, advisory capacity
  • Coordinator of Placement, Math/CMP /ITE
  • Coordinator of Testing
  • Representative of the Office of Academic Affairs
  • NCCFT Representative
  • Student Government Association Representative
  • Individual designated by the Office of Academic Affairs to coordinate English as a Second Language.

Other Representation:

  • Three - faculty members (with voice but no vote) appointed by the Appointments/Tellers/Election Committee, which will assure rotation of representation within the groups listed below:
  • Business: Accounting/Business Administration, Hotel/Restaurant, Legal Studies, Management, Marketing/Retailing/Fashion Buying & Merchanidising/Fashion Design & Interior Design , Office Technology
  • Health Sciences: Allied Health Sciences, Health/Physical Education/Recreation, Mortuary Science, Nursing
  • Humanities: Africana Studies, Art, Foreign Language, Library, Music, Philosophy, Theatre/Dance
  • Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Engineering/Physics/Technology, Physical Science
  • Social Sciences: Criminal Justice, Economics/Finance, History/Political Science/Geogrpahy, Psychology, Sociology