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2015-16

ANNUAL REPORT


MESSAGE

from the Chair of the Board of Governors and President of Assiniboine Community College Our mission of transforming lives and strengthening Manitoba through applied education and research remains central to the operations of Assiniboine Community College. The Board continues to advocate for the development of the North Hill Campus as a way to grow our quality programs responsive to Manitoba’s labour market. The college is committed to doubling its number of graduates by 2025 and is well on track, with 1,160 earning their diplomas and certificates this past year. Michael Cox, Chair

And graduates are putting their skills to work! Our most recent Graduate Satisfaction & Employment Survey shows that 94 per cent of recent graduates who were seeking work are currently employed and more than three-quarters of those jobs are permanent. On average they earn more than $45,700 a year. Furthermore, 93 per cent of graduates choose to stay in Manitoba following their studies, helping to strengthen our provincial economy and contribute to a skilled workforce. The Board of Governors, along with college leadership, would like to make special note of the commendable contributions of ACC faculty and staff members this year and their efforts in improving our college for the benefit of students, industry partners and communities. It is through their commitment, collaboration and passion for education that ACC continues to thrive.

Mark Frison, President

Michael Cox, Chair Assiniboine Community College Board of Governors

Mark Frison, President Assiniboine Community College


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ASSINIBOINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUSES AND TRAINING CENTRES VICTORIA AVENUE EAST CAMPUS

PARKLAND CAMPUS

WINNIPEG TRAINING CENTRE

1430 Victoria Avenue East Brandon MB R7A 2A9 Tel: 204.725.8700 | 800.862.6307 Fax: 204.725.8740

520 Whitmore Avenue East P.O. Box 4000 Dauphin MB R7N 2V5 Tel: 204.622.2222 Fax: 800.482.2933

NORTH HILL CAMPUS

ACC ADULT COLLEGIATE

RUSSELL TRAINING CENTRE

1035 1st Street North Brandon MB R7A 2Y1 Fax: 204.725.8740

Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts Tel: 204.725.8741 800.862.6307 ext 6145 Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology Tel: 204.725.8715 800.862.6307 ext 6736

725 Rosser Avenue Brandon MB R7A 0K8 Tel: 204.725.8735 | 866.726.1117 Fax: 204.725.8740

Unit 87 – 1313 Border Street Winnipeg MB R3H 0X4 Tel: 204.694.7111 Fax: 800.482.2933

Major Pratt School 404 Russell Street East P.O. Box 218 Russell MB R0J 1W0 Tel: 204.773.5180 Fax: 800.773.2134

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

BOARD OFFICERS

Michael Cox, Chair Heather Dodds, Vice-Chair Randy Brown Laura Kempthorne Scott Andrew Jim Murray Terry Parlow Lillian Houle Thomas MacNeill Jamie Robinson Tamara Studer

Mark Frison President, Assiniboine Community College

as of June 30, 2016

Shannon Brichon CFO, Assininboine Community College Steve Horne Director of External Relations, Assiniboine Community College


VISION

Exceptional learning experiences

MISSION

Transforming lives and strengthening Manitoba through applied education and research

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