For more than 100 years, Madison College, a world-class community college headquartered in Madison, Wis., has offered experiential learning opportunities to a diverse population of students with varying educational needs. Nearly 34,000 students come to classes at campuses in Madison, Fort Atkinson, Portage, Reedsburg and Watertown. Students choose from more than 150 programs from liberal arts, agriculture, business, education and information technology to health, industrial maintenance, advanced manufacturing, science, engineering, transportation and more. They may explore two-year associate degree programs, technical diplomas, certificates, two post-baccalaureate programs and hundreds of noncredit classes designed for professional development to start or advance careers, or for personal enrichment. Nearly half of our students go on to pursue an advanced degree via transfer opportunities to four-year colleges and universities nationwide in both technical and liberal arts programs. Madison College is the largest source of transfer students to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and offers one of the lowest costs per credit among area colleges and two-year University of Wisconsin campuses. The college's students save an average of nearly $13,000 per year in tuition and fees, with several financial aid options, allowing them to choose the quality education they want and deserve. Madison College provides accessible learning for students who may select from online courses available 24/7, as well as hybrid classes that combine online and face-to-face learning, or accelerated courses that propel them toward graduation even quicker.
93% of Madison College graduates are employed within six months
92% of those are employed within the state of Wisconsin
97% of our graduates are satisfied or very satisfied with the training they received
President since Fall 2013, Dr. Jack E. Daniels has led the college through a time of historic, transformative change and continues to advance a college leadership model that is inclusive and respectful of diversity in all forms, empowering individuals to lead within their scope of influence. In the Fall 2019, Madison College will open a new, full-service South Campus to support the needs and growth of that area of the Madison metro region. Further information about Madison College may be found at http://www.madisoncollege.edu.
The Position of Vice President of Student Services The college seeks to enhance a highly collaborative team of senior leaders who respect the expertise of each other and are fully committed to the mission and students of the college. The Vice President of Student Services will work closely with the Provost of the college to enhance the student experience through academic and student services. The new vice president is the chief student affairs/services officer responsible for leadership, organization, delivery, assessment and fiscal management of comprehensive student development programming that includes Enrollment Management Services (admissions, records, registration); Student Financial Support Services (Financial Aid, cashier); First-Year Experience Programs; Counseling; Career Development and Placement; Academic Advising and Articulation/Transfer Center; TRiO/Student Retention; Student Life and New Student Orientation; Title IX and Student Judicial Affairs; Disability Resource Services; Athletics; Health, Wellness & Fitness; Child Care; Library Services; Student Achievement Center (SI and tutoring); and Testing Services (accommodated, GED, high stake).
Madison College is named One of the Best Companies to Work For by InBusiness Magazine year after year. It is located in the dynamic State Capital of Madison, Wis., which is surrounded by beautiful lakes and scenery and offers numerous opportunities for urban, suburban and rural living. Residents of Madison are consistently ranked among the most educated in the nation, and the city is ranked the fifth most highly-educated in the U.S. by the New York Times. Additional information on the institution, region, and this wonderful opportunity, including expectations and essential qualifications, can be found in the position profile under the “Current Searches” tab at www.academic-search.com.
How to Apply: Nominations, applications, and inquiries will be held in complete confidence. Full consideration will be given to all applications received by November 1, 2018. Application materials (to include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of five references who will not be contacted without your explicit permission) must be electronically submitted to email@example.com.
Assisting Madison College in this search is Ms. Kate Nolde, Senior Consultant from Academic Search, Inc. Please contact Ms. Nolde to schedule a confidential discussion or to nominate a colleague at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received by November 1, 2018 will be given greatest consideration; the search will be open until the position is filled.
Madison College is committed to diversity. The college strives to grow and sustain a culture in which all people are valued for who they are and who they will become. Madison College does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, age or religion in employment, admissions, or its programs or activities. Each person is treated with respect and all students are given the tools to find success.