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Vice President of Student Services

Trinity Valley Community College

Human Resources     100 Cardinal Drive     Athens, TX  75751

903-675-6202 Fax: 903-675-6248  (Please call and verify fax was received.)




TITLE:   Vice President of Student Services                                                              


LOCATION:   Athens Campus


SALARY:   Commensurate upon experience.                                                    


CONTRACT:  12 Month           


APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Open until filled.


QUALIFICATIONS:   Master’s degree in Student Affairs, Educational Administration, Counseling and Guidance or other related field; or Master’s degree with five (5) years of experience in Higher Education Administration; Doctorate preferred.  Ten (10) years of working experience in the administration of student services required.  


DUTIES:  Supervise the areas of Judicial Affairs, International Student Services, Campus Police, Residential Housing, Student Engagement, Testing, Advisement Center, Cardinal Success Center, Student Financial Aid/Veterans, School Relations, Enrollment Management/Registrar, Campus Dining, and Intercollegiate Athletics.  Oversee the administration of the student support programs of the college; supervise and coordinate the work of student services deans and directors and the various programs offered on all campuses day and evening, both on and off-campus.  Develop, direct, coordinate, and supervise the programs, personnel, operations and activities of all student services programs to ensure compliance with college policies, education code and state and federal legislation.  Provide direction and leadership for: recruiting students; marketing college programs and developing outreach programs to enhance cultural diversity and serve students with special needs.  Supervise and oversee the organization of special college events, including scholarship presentations, student recognition programs and commencement exercises.  Oversee the administration of the student conduct and due process policy, the student grievance policy, and the drug-free campus policy. Provide direction and leadership for preparation of the student handbook.  Ensure a safe and respectful environment that supports learning, enhances student understanding and appreciation of diversity, and encourages personal and civic responsibility for all of its students and staff.   Establish Student Services goals and objectives consistent with the college mission and vision; initiate and participate in program planning and provide direction for on-going program review and evaluation. Establish cooperative efforts coordinating the office of Student Services with the Office of Instruction.  Generate the annual budget for all student services operations; assume responsibility for the completion of all necessary state and federal reports.  Work closely with the college's institutional research and information technology departments to facilitate the implementation and maintenance of a fully automated system for student tracking, registration and advisement.  Assess needs for new programs/services; direct the implementation of new programs; facilitate their development and implementation in accordance with established approval guidelines and budgets.  Assist in the recruitment, selection, evaluation and dismissal of personnel; provide leadership and direction for staff development.  Recommend to the president the employment, assignment, and dismissal of personnel in areas of responsibility.  Provide direction and leadership in maintaining partnerships with area elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, and other organizations and agencies whose programs and services may assist in serving students or potential students.  Serve as official spokesperson to the president in matters pertaining to areas of responsibility. Serve as a member of college administration and with other professional agencies to assure coordination of activities.  Participate and serve on appropriate college and state committees as assigned by the College President.  Perform other duties as assigned.  


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:    Within the general range of an office environment. Some travel required.


TO APPLY Submit required TVCC application, resume and transcripts of all college work to Human Resources, Trinity Valley Community College, 100 Cardinal Drive, Athens, TX 75751.  All documentation must be received on or before the application deadline.  Applications are available on the following website .  Applications will be reviewed after the application deadline and selected applicants will be contacted for interviews.  All TVCC positions are security sensitive and require a criminal background check.


Note :  The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires we employ only U.S. citizens and aliens authorized to work in the U.S.  New employees must present documents verifying identity and right to accept employment (see Form I 9).


No one will be placed on the College payroll until all employment procedures are fully satisfied.  Information contained on this vacancy announcement is subject to correction as a result of typographical error, omission, or changes resulting from institutional restructuring and/or funding.


Trinity Valley Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:  Director of Human Resources, 100 Cardinal Drive, Athens, TX phone:  903-675-6215, e-mail:


If special accommodations are needed, please call Human Resources

Posted Date:
7/29/2020 1:16:58 PM