Scot community college’s new CEO says he wants to make sure students get the best education possible
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The CEO of Scot Community College has announced that he is resigning from the position in a move that could see the community’s $2.9 billion-a-year annual revenue decline.
Mr Rolfe said he was stepping down from his position at Scot in a bid to help bring stability to the community.
“Scot’s a very important part of our community and the future of our school is really dependent on the success of the school,” he said.
Scot is one of the largest community colleges in the country, with about 1,000 students.
Students and staff are paid about $7,500 a year, or about $17,000 per year if they are full-time.
They can take part in classes at the school’s other schools, as well as study abroad, or work part-time as part-timers.
Last year, the college saw $9 million in revenue, but this year, its total revenue is likely to fall as a result of lower enrolments.
According to its website, Scot Community is “home to more than 4,500 students, most of whom are enrolled full- or part-year”.
Mr Craig said his resignation was the result of the “challenging” times the school faced.
The college has about 730 students enrolled.
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