School of Business
|Karen Holmes, J.D.
||Business Administration (AS)
||Business Administration (AAS)
||Computer Information Systems
|| Computer Information Systems: Business Applications Programming
|| Computer Information Systems: E-Commerce
|| Computer Information Systems: Internet & Web Programming
|| Computer Information Systems: System & Network Administration
|| Computer Information Systems: Web Design and WWW Programming
||Information Systems (Certificate)
||Health Information Management and Technology
||Administrative Information Management and Technology
|Ricky P. Thibodeau
||Accounting - Business
||Accounting - (Certificate)
School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies
| Christine LaPlante, Ph.D.
||Civil Engineering Technology
||Construction Technology - Building
||Construction - Certificate
||Computer Aided Drafting
||Mechanical Engineering Technology
Contact Building Systems
||Electrical Construction & Maintenance
||Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services
||Plant Utilities Technology
| Anthony Kossmann
||Advanced Manufacturing Technology
||Automotive Technical Services
||Automotive Service Educational Program (GM)
||Electrical Engineering Technology
||Computer Aided Drafting Certificate
||Network and Information Technology
||Telecommunications Technology - Verizon
School of Health Sciences
School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
Support for Evening, Weekend, Off Campus, Intersession, and Summer Session Instructors
Faculty Information Sheets
Each term faculty should fill out a “Faculty Information Sheet.” You will be receiving this form along with the class list. Please complete and return the Faculty Information Sheet to the Continuing Education and Summer Sessions Office the first week that classes begin. Please note, telephone numbers are for our files only and will not be given out to students.
Each Continuing Education instructor who teaches on campus is assigned a mailbox in the Office of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions. The mailboxes serve as a vital communication device for the office, instructors, and students. Instructors should check their mailbox at least once a week. Off-campus instructors will not have a mailbox. Those instructors will receive all correspondence at home, through the mail. Instructors who are assigned to teach both on and off campus, will have a mailbox in the office.
Office Phone and Voicemail
Presently, part-time faculty members are not issued a campus phone number with voicemail capabilities. For this reason, you are not required to offer your students a phone number in your contact information on your syllabus.
Off Campus Sites
For students who find traveling to our main campus inconvenient, the Continuing Education and Summer Session office sponsors a number of courses at off-campus locations. Off-campus courses start after on campus courses and have the same content/standards as those taught on campus. Click here for specific information when teaching at an off-campus location.
Academic Advisement for non-matriculated student.