201-299 Board and Administrative Structure

image_print

FAC 201. Overview Statement on Administrative Organization

The success of any formalized institution is due in part to the adoption of well defined organizational concepts. At McPherson College, organizational structure is designed to enable the college to fulfill most efficiently its current purposes and to contribute to the operation of the total educational enterprise.

UPDATED: July 1st, 2009|201-299 Board and Administrative Structure|

FAC 210. Board Organization

The Board of Trustees has the power to transact all business as may be necessary for the purposes of the corporation and to select the President of the College who, as the chief administrative officer, is responsible for the overall success of the college in meeting its goals and objectives.

UPDATED: July 1st, 2009|201-299 Board and Administrative Structure|

FAC 250. Associated Colleges of Central Kansas

The Associated Colleges of Central Kansas (ACCK) is a consortium of the following six institutions:

  • Bethany College (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) Lindsborg
  • Bethel College (General Conference Mennonite) North Newton
  • Kansas Wesleyan (United Methodist) Salina
  • McPherson College (Church of the Brethren) McPherson
  • Sterling College (Presbyterian Church, USA) Sterling
  • Tabor College (Mennonite Brethren) Hillsboro

The ACCK, founded in 1966, is one of the oldest academic consortia in America; it operates through an office located in McPherson. An executive director who oversees the operation of the ACCK is responsible to a board of trustees composed of the presidents of the six cooperating institutions.

UPDATED: July 1st, 2009|201-299 Board and Administrative Structure|

FAC 270. Other External Institutional Associations and Memberships

See Accreditation section in the McPherson College Catalog for a current list of institutional memberships.

UPDATED: July 1st, 2009|201-299 Board and Administrative Structure|