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CPR3: Monitoring Presidential Performance

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Area Commission

    2-1-0 GP 1: Governance Commitment

    2-2-0 GP 2: Governing Style

    2-3-0 GP 3: Code of Conduct

    2-4-0 GP 4: Commission Job Description

    2-5-0 GP 5: Commission Operations

    2-6-0 GP 6: Committee Principles

    2-7-0 GP 7: Chairperson's Role

    2-8-0 GP 8: Annual Planning and Evaluation Cycle

    2-9-0 EP 1: General Executive Constraint

    2-10-0 EP 2: Communication and Counsel to the Commission

    2-11-0 EP 3: Budgeting

    2-12-0 EP 4: Financial Condition

    2-13-0 EP 5: Asset Protection

    2-14-0 EP 6: Compensation and Benefits

    2-15-0 CPR 1: Delegation to the President

    2-16-0 CPR 2: President's Responsibilities

    2-17-0 CPR 3: Monitoring Presidential Performance

    2-18-0 Mission Statement

  3. Information Technology
  4. Plans and Analysis
  5. Marketing
  6. Financial Affairs
  7. Facilities Management
  8. Human Resources and Employee Relations
  9. Development
  10. Procurement and Inventory Control
  11. Auxiliary Enterprises and Printing Services
  12. Public Safety
  13. Division of Education
  14. Intentionally Left Blank for Future Use
  15. Intentionally Left Blank for Future Use
  16. Admissions and Registrar
  17. Student Services

NUMBER: 2-17-0 APPROVED DATE: 01-01-1998

LEGAL AUTHORITY: S.C. CODE ANN. §§59-53-410 to -440 (1997)

Presidential performance is considered synonymous with organizational performance. Evaluation of the President's performance will be based on the President's job responsibilities in major areas as defined in CPR 2: President's Responsibilities.

Presidential performance will be monitored on a continuous basis and formally evaluated annually, in accordance with South Carolina Laws and Regulations.

  1. The purpose of continuous monitoring is to determine the degree to which Commission policies are being fulfilled. Monitoring will be done in a way to permit the Commission to use most of its time to create the future rather than to review the past.
  2. A given policy may be monitored at any time in one or more of three ways:
    1. Internal reports which disclose compliance information to the Commission from the President. Internal reports include:
      • Community surveys
      • Placement data
      • Assessment of student learning
      • Financial reports
      • Institutional data collection
    2. External reports that disclose compliance information by an external auditor or other persons or entities external to the college. External reports include:
      • Audit reports
      • Licensing examination results
      • Accreditation reports
      • Transfer data
      • Data from state and federal entities
    3. Commission inspection that includes compliance information from a Commission member, a committee, or the Commission as a whole. This includes an inspection of documents, activities or circumstances, as directed by the Commission, which allows a test of policy compliance.

Trident Technical College Area Commission approved Executive Parameters Policies and Commission President Relationship Policies on July 29, 1997 for adoption on January 1, 1998.

Updated: 08-20-2002

Updated: 07-10-2008

Reviewed: 10-03-2017