Just months into the existence of the fully online community college it is plagued with excessive salaries and a no-bid contract to a politically connected executive recruiter. Moreover, movement towards faculty representation, including a collective bargaining unit and academic senate, is not a priority and little progress has been made.
Other questions still remain unanswered: will the online college take students away from our brick-and-mortar campuses? Will the platform and technology be accessible and effective for the targeted student population?
Students and faculty deserve transparency, accountability, and representation to be a priority. Sign the petition today to join the list of concerned voices demanding change.
If you want to get more engaged in the advocacy surrounding the online college, please email FACCC Government Relations Director Sadalia King at firstname.lastname@example.org.