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April 8, 2016

 

Northeast Lakeview College News


NLC Celebrates Accrediation Progress

Northeast Lakeview College hosted its monthly all-college meeting on March 4 that focused on recognizing the efforts of the entire college community during its recent candidacy site visit. Dr. Cleary provided feedback from the reviewing team and discussed the next steps in the accreditation process for NLC.  Additionally, Chancellor, Dr. Leslie attended the meeting to recognize the NLC team for their efforts. In February 2016, the team of SACSCOC onsite reviewers recommended that NLC’s application for candidacy status be moved forward. NLC’s official designation to Candidacy Status will occur at the June SACSCOC Board meeting once the findings from the onsite team are reviewed. 

 

NLC's Dove Honored as Luminary Woman of San Antonio

Leadership Texas honored Dr. Tangila Dove, Vice President of College Services, as a Luminary Woman of San Antonio at a ceremony on March 7. The event featured Notable San Antonio Women Leaders assembled to meet the 90 women leaders from across the state of Texas who comprise the 2016 Leadership Texas class. Dr. Dove is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Texas and as a “Luminary Woman of San Antonio,” Dove is one of several women in the area that represent future leadership in San Antonio. Leadership Texas provides educational and development opportunities to high potential women who seek to advance as leaders and expand their knowledge of the diverse dynamics, issues, challenges and opportunities that impact their work and their communities.

 

College Hosts Spring Rush Fair

NLC hosted its Spring Student Opportunity Rush Fair coordinated by the NLC Office of Student Development, Leadership, and Activities Office, the event is held at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester in an effort to provide students with engagement opportunities on campus.  Students learn more about organizations and clubs on campus and other opportunities available to them.  Additionally, local employers participated and provided information about current job opportunities. Some employers even provided on-site interviews. 33 groups participated in the two-day event to include student clubs, employers, and college/district departments. This Student Opportunity Rush Fair is one of many engagement opportunities offered to NLC each semester.           

 



 

 




 
 
 

 

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