The Office of the Associate Vice-President for Instruction serves the college as the office responsible for supporting the College’s mission to promote student success. Primarily the Office provides the leadership for instructional departments, including planning and implementing instructional programs, academic schedules, budgets in addition to other academic matters. The Office also represents the College when dealing with educational and community partners and serves as the primary support office for the South Campus.
Students who graduate from Laredo Community College are prepared to either enter the workforce with newly acquired technical skills or transfer to a four-year university. Students can choose from a variety of options including certificates, technical or academic Associate degrees or short term training. The variety of options helps students achieve their personal educational goals. Instruction at Laredo Community College is provided through five major areas of the college. These are:
- Arts and Sciences
- College Readiness
- Health Sciences
- Workforce Education
- South Campus
For more information or assistance contact the Office of the Associate Vice-President for Instruction.