Tyler Junior College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-679-4501) and is recognized as one of the leading two-year institutions in America.
One of the oldest junior colleges in Texas, the College was established in 1926 with a mission of providing the finest academic education for freshmen and sophomore students. Tyler Junior College remains committed to that goal while also recognizing the changing role of community colleges and the need to provide quality training for technical fields.
Tyler, population about 83,000, is the seat of Smith County and is located approximately 100 miles east of Dallas. The College District serves a population of approximately 174,000 and includes 830 square miles of territory in six public school districts located in two counties.
Tyler Junior College is a public comprehensive community college with an outstanding record of academic quality offering 45 associate degree options and 35 certificate options. The College serves approximately 8,000 students enrolling for credit in academic and vocational programs and 15,000 students in its continuing education program.
Along with its superb academic programs, Tyler Junior College boasts a 75-acre, tree lined campus, a vibrant student life, eight residence halls, nationally ranked men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs, and a broad array of student organizations. For the business community, TJC’s Regional Training and Development Complex provides specialized training according to the needs of business, industry and governmental agencies.
Periodically the College has a need for qualified adjunct faculty in a variety of disciplines. When the need arises, the College's instructional deans turn to the Active Applicant Reserve List.
After receipt of your application materials, your credentials will remain on the list for a period of three years and will be available for consideration in filling day and evening adjunct faculty positions.
The present needs are listed below with required qualifications:
Developmental Education Math
Developmental Education Reading
Developmental Education Writing
Developmental Education Student Success
Minimum qualifications for positions in above subjects: bachelor's degree in teaching discipline and/or a master's degree in the discipline or in education with a focus on secondary or post-secondary curriculum and instruction or adult learning theory, required. Master's degree in any discipline with 18 graduate hours in teaching discipline, preferred.
InsideHigherEd.com - 9 months ago