Montgomery County Community College's 2013 Innovation of the Year was awarded to Integrated Enrollment Services (IES) for its overall contribution to improving student access and success. Each year, MCCC recognizes one outstanding program or project for its Innovation of the Year award. The projects are evaluated against criteria established by the League for Innovation in the Community College.
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The League for Innovation in the Community College has selected Montgomery County Community College’s Integrated Enrollment Services (IES) initiative as one of 42 Innovations of the Year for 2013. Earlier this spring, IES earned the College’s Innovation of the Year award based on League for Innovation criteria, including quality, efficiency, cost effectiveness, replication, creativity and timeliness. As a result, the project was forwarded to the League for national consideration.
William S. Wainwright, Chancellor of Northshore Technical Community College, addresses the audience during the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce's 'State of Education' breakfast Friday in Mandeville. Looking on are co-panelists, from left, James Garvey, BESE member; and St. Tammany Parish schools Superintendent Trey Folse; and, right, John Donahue, president-elect of the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. (Carol Wolfram, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)