"We are a diverse learning and teaching community committed to improving individual life and society through high-quality, accessible educational programs and engaged learning opportunities."
- To foster an environment where diverse individuals, groups, and views are valued.
- To provide programs and services for lifelong learning that create and enhance opportunities for achieving career and personal goals in a changing society.
- To serve with integrity and accountability as a model of institutional excellence.
- To offer affordable programs and services enhanced by technology in an accessible and safe learning and working environment.
- To be a center for intellectual, economic, cultural, and recreational resources for individuals and communities.
Student Learning Outcomes
The faculty and staff of John A. Logan College are committed to providing students with opportunities to develop learning abilities that will last a lifetime. Graduates will be prepared to succeed in their personal and professional lives because of achieved competence in the following student learning outcomes:
- Communication: Students express thoughts, ideas, and feelings in both written and oral modes.
- Critical Thinking: Students apply a rational and methodical approach to problem solving based on use of appropriate evidence.
- Cultural and Global Awareness: Students demonstrate an understanding of the influence of culture and society.
- Information Literacy: Students locate, evaluate, retrieve, organize, create, and disseminate information.
- Quantitative Reasoning: Students use and understand numbers to interpret, evaluate, and express information in quantitative terms.
- Jacob “Jake” Rendleman, Chair
- Jaclyn Hancock, Vice-Chair
- Cheryl Graff, Secretary
- Donald L. Brewer
- Michael Hopkins
- William J. Kilquist
- John W. Sanders
- Kayla Malone, Student Trustee
Officers of the College
- Dr. Mike Dreith, President
- Brad McCormick, Vice-President for Business Services
- Tim Daugherty, Vice-President for Student Affairs and Community Education
- Dr. Deborah Payne, Vice-President for Instructional Services