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Report to the Community 2012 -2013


Mission Statement

To provide a comprehensive collegiate experience that is anchored in the rich traditions of a quality education, vibrant student life and community service.

Vision Statement To be the region’s premier comprehensive community college, recognized internationally for its academic and workforce programs, student life and community engagement.

Accreditation Tyler Junior College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Tyler Junior College. General inquiries about Tyler Junior College admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs or other offerings should be directed to the College and not the Commission. Tyler Junior College gives equal consideration to all applicants for admission, employment and participation in its programs and activities without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status or limited English proficiency (LEP). Tyler Junior College respects the legal rights of each person to work and learn in an environment that is free from unlawful sexual discrimination including sexual harassment and sexual violence.

The 2012-2013 Report to the Community reflects activity from Sept. 1, 2012 through Aug. 31, 2013 except where otherwise noted.


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Joe Prud’homme, MD

John Hills

First Vice President

President

Rohn Boone

Ann Brookshire

Second Vice President

Mike Coker

Tyler Junior College

board of trustees

David Hudson

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Clint Roxburgh

Peggy Smith

Lonny Uzzell


president’s MESSAGE There are more than 1,100 community colleges in the U.S., but unless you’ve worked at or attended one of them besides Tyler Junior College, you might never realize just how different TJC really is. I think part of what makes TJC unique lies in how it started - as offering the first two years of a four-year university degree as well as a complete university-style life experience. TJC evolved into a residential campus with a wide range of student activities during its rich and proud history. To this day, there are more activities at TJC than at many universities! The result has been a strong and loyal alumni base that continues to remain involved in the College and contribute to its greatness. So many of our local leaders started their college experience here. They made friends for life, met spouses and discovered who they could become. They never forgot TJC’s role in their success and as a result, we have the largest and most active alumni of any two-year college I’ve ever seen. The only down side I can think of is that after 88 years in Tyler, it’s hard now to have very many firsts of anything. Nevertheless, we still find ways to do just that! Three new buildings are underway as well as new programs and activities. During 2013, our Board of Trustees approved the establishment of a women’s softball team and we hired the team’s first coach, Nicole Dickson, who has already signed most of her first team. Our Board approved initial design concepts for the new nursing and health sciences building and the Rogers Foundation came forward with a lead gift to name the facility the Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center. Our Board approved the establishment of new programs to occupy the Rogers Center and we formed advisory committees and hired department chairs. 3

As we move to accommodate growth in nursing and health sciences fields and respond to the abundance of residential life applications, our Board approved the establishment of a new 250-bed residence hall. Construction will begin soon. Our city, county and economic development corporation all approved participation in a tax-increment financing project to expand our Skills Training Center with a three-story energy center, where students of the future will study for high-demand, high-paying jobs in various energy fields. We formed a new honors program and reshaped existing scholarship funds to provide recruitment incentives for the region’s brightest students, including $1,000 toward housing costs if they choose to live on campus in the honors living and learning community. All of these decisions paved the way for a most exciting 2014. I truly believe that TJC’s glory years are happening now and that 2014 will be a high mark in our history. I’m proud of the great work we’ve all done together to build on our past and I’m convinced we are now in a golden decade that will be looked back upon as some of TJC’s best years. Thank you for the role you play in ensuring TJC’s strength and broad impact throughout East Texas. I encourage you to remain involved as we make history in 2014.

Dr. L. Michael Metke President

Dr. L. Michael Metke President, Tyler Junior College

Since joining TJC as president in 2007, Dr. Mike Metke has forged partnerships for the establishment of satellite centers in Lindale, Jacksonville and Rusk, overseen a massive infrastructure upgrade at the main campus and led the College’s efforts to establish a new nursing and health sciences facility. During his tenure, TJC has seen its enrollment reach an all-time high and voters approve one of the largest publicly supported bond issues in its 88-year history. With Dr. Metke at the helm, TJC secured a $12 million federal grant for the establishment of a new retail management program, added women’s soccer, women’s softball and a new honors program. He also led an institution-wide movement to improve civility, safety and friendliness amongst employees, students and visitors.

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Executive Cabinet

Dr. L. Michael Metke President

Dr. Butch Hayes Provost

three PROMISES TO OUR STUDENTS

Dr. Charles Florio Vice President, Student Affairs

Dr. Kimberly Russell

Vice President, Advancement/External Affairs

Sarah Van Cleef

Dr. Aubrey Sharpe

Dr. Cheryl Rogers

Kevin Fowler

Bill King

Ellen Matthews

Vice President, Business Affairs

Executive Director, Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Research

Executive Director, Facilities and Construction

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Dean, School of Continuing Studies

Executive Director, Human Resources

Executive Assistant, President/Board of Trustees

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A quality education.

A vibrant student life.

Community service.

Students will be prepared for transfer to higher-level colleges and universities or immediate entry to careers in their chosen field of study.

TJC offers a variety of exciting activities outside the classroom – from athletics and performing arts to academic and special interest groups.

Students are encouraged to give back to the community at every opportunity.


college strategic goals Overview

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Build Pathways to Student Success

Instructional Deans Dr. Clayton Allen Dean, Professional and Technical Programs

Sarah Harrison

Dean, Humanities, Communications and Fine Arts

by promoting retention, program completion/graduation and student success after graduation in employment or higher education

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Lisa Harper

Dean, Academic Foundations

Expand Community Relationships

through the expansion and development of new buildings, programs, donors, alumni, and community engagement

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Enhance College Operating Effectiveness

by continually reviewing and improving College resources and processes

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Create an Institutional Culture of Continuous Improvement through ongoing professional development, diversity and multicultural opportunities, and campus civility and green initiatives

In each of these four areas, strategic objectives were identified and used by the College as it strives to maintain and strengthen its program and financial viability. For each of these objectives, several initiatives were developed as the focus of efforts related to the objective.

Paul Monagan

Dean, Nursing and Health Sciences

Dr. Kenneth Murphy

Dean, Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences

Dr. Aubrey Sharpe

Dean, Continuing Studies

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accomplishments and awards During the 2012-13 academic year, Tyler Junior College received national acclaim and moved forward on major construction projects that will shape its future for generations. Listed below are some of the highlights of the year.

ACADEMICS • The College, in conjunction with Brookshire Grocery Co. and the Western Association of Food Chains, launched a new retail management certificate program. The 10 courses that are required for the certificate are designed to prepare students for career opportunities and upward mobility in the retail industry.

• The Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic program was granted initial accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). The accreditation is for a period of five (5) years and confirms that the program is in compliance with nationally established standards.

• The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences was reorganized and divided into two schools: the School of Humanities, Communication and Fine Arts and the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences.

• Nine TJC art students spent one month in Florence, Italy in a study-abroad program. They attended the Santa Reparata International School of Art where they earned six hours of college credit.

• The Tyler Junior College Law Enforcement Academy graduated its most successful cadet class to date. The state average for the licensing exam test score is 78. TJC Cadet Class No. 19 had a class average of 91.

• The College’s online campus website went live. The online campus concept and its accompanying website provide students with the opportunity to attend TJC in an online fashion and complete a number of degrees, as well as the academic core, completely online.

• The College announced a new scholarship program to attract high-achieving high school seniors. The Presidential Honors Scholarship, a full tuition and fees scholarship, was offered to more than 400 East Texas seniors. Recipients participate in the College’s Honors Program and receive an additional housing stipend if they choose to live on campus in the Honors Living & Learning Community in the Ornelas Residential Complex.

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• TJC received special recognition in Community College Week as a Top 100 associate degree producer in 2013 for African-American graduates.

• Tyler Junior College was recognized as a leader in the national student completion movement by Achieving the Dream, for showing evidence of measurable improvements in student achievements. TJC was one of eight institutions designated as a 2013 Leader College.


ATHLETICS

FINE ARTS

• The Apaches were awarded the East Texas Team Community Service Award presented by SPORTyler for outstanding community service. The athletic teams contributed more than 2,000 hours of community service.

• The Apache Pow Wow, the award-winning student newspaper of Tyler Junior College, garnered 16 awards during the 2012 Texas Community College Journalism Association conference.

• The Apaches won their third NJCAA Division I Soccer Championship. Steve Clements was voted Coach of the Tournament and Casey Osborne, a sophomore forward from Atlanta, Ga., was named Most Valuable Player of the Tournament.

• The speech and debate team was named state champion at the Texas Community College Forensic Championship Tournament. The team earned first place in Overall Sweepstakes, first in Individual Events Sweepstakes, and third place in Debate Sweepstakes.

• The Lady Apaches volleyball team reached a ranking of No. 1 in the country for the first time in school history. The ladies also made their second NJCAA national tournament appearance in the program’s history.

• The Bell Tower Arts Journal, a student-led literary publication, received six (6) awards in the Literary Magazine Division of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association annual conference including First place, Literary Magazine Cover Design. The literary magazine contest is an open division, which means the College was judged not only against other two-year institutions, but also against top-notch universities.

• The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics announced its Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award. Dr. Tim Drain, TJC director of intercollegiate athletics, received the JC/CC West Region honor. • Six individuals were inducted into the TJC Sports Circle of Honor. Inductees included: Ivory Lee Brown, football, 1988-89; Ike Forte, football, 1973-74; Mandy Nall, tennis, 1987-89; Scott Stewart, tennis, 1987-89; Terry Stillabower, basketball, 1964-66; Delton Wright, football coach, 1981-95. • The Apaches and Lady Apaches tennis teams both claimed NJCAA Division I national championships. It was the fourth straight title for the ladies and 17th overall and 7th overall for the men.

• Sydney Walter, sophomore theatre student, was selected for a two-month internship at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in New York City, one of the oldest playhouses on Broadway. • Theatre professor Dr. David W. Crawford, had his new play “Prodigal” featured in an off-Broadway reading held at Theatre East in New York City, with former “Sopranos” actor Dominic Chianese in the leading role.

• The College finished 4th in the nation in the NATYCAA Cup, which measures total strength of an athletic program. NATYCAA is the National Alliance of Two Year College Athletic Administrators. • The College announced the addition of women’s softball to its lineup of NJCAA Division I athletics, beginning in Fall 2014. Nicole Dickson was named as the first coach for the new sport. 7


AWARDS • The U.S. Department of Labor announced TJC – the only Texas institution - as the lead college in a $12 million labor grant as part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training initiative to promote skills development and employment opportunities in retail management. Other colleges in the TJC consortium are: Cerritos (Calif.) College, Clackamas (Ore.) Community College, and the University of Alaska in Anchorage. • The College received a $20,000 grant from the AT&T Foundation to continue the AT&T Dual-Credit Scholars Program. The program encourages more economically disadvantaged students to complete college-level courses while they are still in high school. • Alpha Omicron, the College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, received an overall ranking of 5th in the world during the honor society’s 95th International Convention in San Jose. A total of 1,904 chapter entries were received for the 2013 Phi Theta Kappa International Hallmark Awards. Alpha Omicron also received recognition as an International Distinguished Chapter, which is bestowed only to the top 10 percent of chapters worldwide. • One of the TJC West Campus Tyler Area Business Incubator’s graduate businesses (Fiber Network Solutions) won the “Outstanding Graduate Company” award in the manufacturing and service category in the National Business Incubation Association’s world-wide competition at the International Conference on Business Incubation. • Debbie A. Waldrop, a professor in the TJC Associate Degree Nursing program and part-time research consultant, received the Advancing Public Awareness in Clinical Research Award, from the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) at the organization’s global conference in Orlando, Fla. This award recognizes an individual who has contributed to the public’s understanding of clinical research and participation in studies, and to the advancement of the profession. 8

• The Aspen Institute of Washington, D.C. announced that Luminant Power Track, a partnership between TJC and Luminant Academy, was selected as a Model for Success in the Skills for America’s Future program. The College graduated its first class of power plant technology students with associate’s degrees. Seventeen graduates were offered jobs with Luminant upon graduation. • The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education announced that TJC was one of four public, two-year institutions nationwide – and the only two-year institution in Texas – to receive two international awards: the Gold Circle of Excellence Award for Community College Public-Private Partnership for its collaboration with Luminant in TJC’s power plant technology program; and an exemplary recognition award for overall performance in educational fundraising. • The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board announced the award of a $263,200 grant for science, technology, engineering and mathematics scholarships for TJC students studying in STEM fields. The grant is a one-year award that will provide 100 TJC students with financial need a $2,500 scholarship. • The Retail Management Certificate Program was chosen for the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE) Credit Exemplary Program Award. • TJC’s Family Learning Center of Tyler was awarded a $12,000 Retail Merchants Association of Tyler Charitable Fund grant from the East Texas Communities Foundation. Funds were used to add an activity sand box for toddlers and purchase family reading materials to encourage parents to read with their children in English or Spanish.


harry comes home The statue of long-time Tyler Junior College President Dr. Harry Jenkins – stolen in April 1995 – was recovered and returned to the College in July 2013. The lifesize statue, weighing approximately 300 pounds, was last seen on Easter Sunday, April 16, 1995. News coverage of a cold-case investigation launched in August 2011 eventually led to its recovery. The refurbished statue now has a permanent home inside Jenkins Hall. Jenkins statue in its original location outside Wise Auditorium.

A pioneer in public higher education. Jenkins was the first junior college leader to become president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. He developed this College from a small embryonic school to the largest single-campus junior college in the state of Texas. His open-door policy with students popularized the slogan “we care.” Known affectionately by educators, statesmen, and friends nationwide as “Mr. Junior College.” Jenkins will long be remembered on this campus where he always counseled that complex problems will yield to reason. --Watson W. Wise 1987

For years until they found its rightful owner, the statue’s keepers, Matthew Remington (left) and Berny Trevino, both of Austin, had referred to him simply as “George.”

Refurbished Jenkins statue in its permanent location inside Jenkins Hall.

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at a glance INSTITUTIONAL ENROLLMENT (Based on Fall 2012) 2,316

Degree-seeking, first-time freshman

495

Full-time Part-time

386

Other first-year, degree seeking

278 3,642

All other degree-seeking

4,252

Grand total all students: 11,374

All other undergraduates 0 full-time enrolled in credit courses 5 part-time 0

1800

Total FTE enrollment

Number of degrees awarded in fiscal year 2013

8,104

Associate degrees

12-month unduplicated headcount

Certificates

14,863

Core curriculum

(July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013)

(July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013)

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900

1,236 773

1,112

2700

Female

58%

Male

42%

3600

4500

Average age of full-time student

21

Average age of all students (full- and part-time)

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ETHNICITY FOR FALL 2012 Total number of instructional faculty

559

Student to faculty ratio

21 to 1

White, non-Hispanic

59%

Black or African American, non-Hispanic

23%

Hispanic 13% Asian, non-Hispanic

1%

American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic

1%

Other or race and/or ethnicity unknown

3%

Academic year tuition and required fees for full-time, degree/certificate seeking undergraduate

$2,262 Students enrolled in the School of Continuing Studies

9,564

(Unduplicated enrollment)

Fall - 2,792 Winter - 2,217 Spring - 2,000 Summer - 2,555

ENROLLMENT BY CAMPUS (Credit classes; based on duplicated totals)

8,881

Main Campus Internet

5,455

High Schools

1,310

West Campus

391

Lindale 167 Jacksonville 79 Rusk 27 Brookshires 111 UT-Tyler 12 Quitman 7 0

1,800

3,600

5,400

7,200

9,000

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faculty and staff awards Tyler Junior College Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence The Tyler Junior College Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence is a recognition program to honor and reward professors who demonstrate excellence in teaching. The program enables professors to nominate and reward their peers who demonstrate excellence as educators. Since the program’s inception in 1990, there have been 64 professors designated as distinguished TJC endowed chairs. Each recipient receives $2,000 for each of two years ($4,000 total) which includes a $1,500 cash stipend and $500 for professional development. Linda Bellington, Mathematics The Mable Williams Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence

Gloria Brooks, English The Dorothy Fay and Jack White Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence

The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Award The Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker Excellence in Teaching Award was established in 1987 from the Estate of Mattie Alice Scroggin Baker to recognize the contributions our fulltime faculty provide to student learning in our community. Recipients receive a $1,000 cash stipend. Karen Cooper, Associate Degree Nursing

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Heather Mensch, Jazz Studies and Applied Low Brass The George W. Pirtle and El Freda Taylor Pirtle Endowed Chair for Teaching Excellence

Adjunct Excellence in Teaching Award Established in 1999, the Adjunct Excellence in Teaching Award recognizes the contributions that our adjunct faculty provide to student learning in our community. Since its inception 14 individuals have been honored with this award which includes a $750 cash stipend. Donna Belt, Social Sciences


All full-time employees are recognized every five years for their service to the College. The Employee Recognition Dinner is held annually in November. Each employee reaching a five-year milestone receives a personalized gift for his or her years of service. Employees who retired in the previous year are also honored at this event. Employees and retirees recognized during the 2012-13 fiscal year include: 5 Years Kay Bookout, Staff Coordinator, Small Business Development Center/Counseling Assistant Research Specialist Karen Cooper, Professor/Interim Department Chair, Associate Degree Nursing Kirby Cotter, Professor/Coordinator, Automotive Technology Deborah Donahue, Professor, Emergency Medical Service Professions Victoria Goss-McGee, Operations Coordinator, Continuing Education Billy Hays, Staff Technician, Residential Life Jim Hilgeman, Computer Specialist, Registration/Records Dometrius Hill, Professor, Mathematics/Developmental Education Carol Hutson, Director, Accounting Services/Controller Willace Johnson, Professor, Surveying and Mapping Laura Krantz, Professor/Department Chair, Communications and Student Media Ashleigh Lewis, Professor, Student Development/FIG Coordinator Cissy Lux, Professor/Coordinator, Vocational Nursing Education Kay Lynn Moran, Professor/Department Chair, Education/Director, ACE Jimmy Mount, Campus Police Lieutenant Leticia Navarro-deLopez, Early Childhood Caregiver, Family Learning Center Danny Palmer, Professor, Health & Kinesiology/ Head Football Coach Alfonso Rodriguez, Supervisor, Electrical Facilities Maintenance Peggy Scott, Campus Police Corporal Erica Thurman, Records Technician, Registrar Trina Travis, Professor/Clinical Coordinator, Radiologic Technology Kathy Wilson, Professor, Associate Degree Nursing 10 Years Mitch Andrews, Executive Director, Advancement and Alumni Engagement Bill Atkins, Senior Proctor, Testing Jennifer Bailey, Professor, Dance Linda Bellington, Professor, Mathematics/Developmental Education Steve Clements, Professor, Health and Kinesiology/Men’s Soccer Coach Brian Cox , PC/LAN Specialist, Information Technology Candy Dyson, Outreach Services Librarian Paul Goertemiller, Director, Testing/Career Services Pamela Sue Gregory, Professor, Biology Ed Greis, Senior Proctor, Testing Debbie Kelley, Professor/Department Chair, Behavorial Sciences Belinda Marks, Coordinator, Moves and Setups Tamika McCullough, Staff Technician/TSI Coordinator Jim Morgan, Building Maintenance Specialist, West Campus Tony Rand, Professor/Department Chair, Addiction Counseling Madeleine Ross, Professor, Philosophy/History Anita Stone, Data/Records Coordinator, Professional and Technical Programs Tracey Williams, Tutor Coordinator/Learning Specialist Kathy Willingham, Professor, Computer Information Systems

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15 Years Betty Briggs, Director, Alumni Affairs Rebecca Faulds, Professor, Speech/Theatre Kim Harden, Staff Aide, Career Services Lee Nell Hill, Professor, Writing/Developmental Education Kevin Jones, Associate Director, Facilities and Construction Randy Melton, Director, Campus Police Vincent Nguyen, Director, Student Success Mary Scarborough, Professor, Business Nathan Stallings, Professor/Department Chair, Radiologic Technology Torrey Wylie, Professor, Graphic Design/Photography 20 Years Vera Cross, Senior Program Analyst, Information Technology Jon Groth, Professor, Health and Kinesiology Renee Hawkins, Project Coordinator, TRiO, Support Services Marian Jackson, Director, Library Services Nina Rochelle, Staff Technician, Payroll/Business Services

W. Oscar and Marguerite Herrin Award for Excellence In 2001, Mrs. Sarah Herrin Harrison provided a generous gift to the Tyler Junior College Foundation to establish the W. Oscar and Marguerite Herrin Award for Excellence. The Herrin Award is a $500 cash gift presented annually to at least three outstanding classified staff employees to honor and recognize their dedication and service to the College. Recipients for the 2013 fiscal year include: Monroe Jett, Campus Utilities Specialist

25 Years Gigi Delk, Professor, Computer Information Systems/Game and Simulation Development Rollie Schick, Professor/Department Chair, Health and Kinesiology Devon Wiggins, Director, Financial Aid 30 Years Charles Johnson, Professor, Writing/Developmental Education Larry Marta, Professor/Department Chair, Music 35 Years John Hays , Professor, Spanish/Department Chair, Foreign Languages M’Liss Hindman, Professor, Speech Larry Pilgrim, Professor, Biology 40 Years Frank Kimlicko, Professor, Music 45 Years George Tefteller, Professor, Mathematics Retirees and years of service Patty Casey - 8 Marsha Layton - 36 James Hobbs - 10 Stan Watson - 42 Gary Shayler - 11 Lethan Alan Barnes - 43 Jimmie Leach - 21 Jacque Shackelford - 43 Chris Smith - 21 Rebecca Foster - 45 Cathryn Cates - 34 David Ligon - 45

Pamela McDougal, Staff Coordinator, Nursing and Health Sciences Heather Waters, Accounts Payable Clerk

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robert m. rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center To meet the ever-growing need for health care professionals, Tyler Junior College embarked on its most ambitious capital project to date – the Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center. The facility establishes a new western border of the TJC main campus. Set to open in Spring 2015, the Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center will more than triple the classroom and laboratory space of TJC’s current health care programs. The additional and expanded programs will produce a projected 50 percent more TJC graduates in health care fields – up from 600 in 2013 to 900 by the year 2017.

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New Programs The 130,000-square-foot, four-story facility will allow TJC to expand many of its 11 existing nursing and health sciences programs and add new programs. New programs to be added include:

• Occupational Therapy Assistant • Wellness and Exercise Specialist • Physical Therapist Assistant • Dental Assisting

Expansion of Skills Training Center planned

Timeline SmithGroupJJR chosen as lead architect In partnership with Eubanks Harris Roberts Craig Architects, Fitzpatrick Architects, The Brannon Corporation, and David C. Scarborough Landscape Architecture

Sept. 2012

HGR+Turner Joint Venture chosen as construction-manager-at-risk

Oct. 2012

TJC Board approves site for new building

Feb. 2013

Site work begins

June 2013

Elizabeth Olivier hired as Director/Department Chair, Occupational Therapy Assistant

July 2013

Construction on retention wall begins

In an effort to meet the demand for more specialized training programs, Tyler Junior College, Smith County, the City of Tyler and the Tyler Economic Development Council joined forces in August 2013 to fund an expansion of the TJC West Campus Skills Training Center. The 51,024-square-foot expansion will provide training space for high tech jobs which is consistent with the Industry Growth Initiative adopted by the City of Tyler, TJC Board, and other local boards in 2010.

Aug. 2013

Official Groundbreaking Ceremony and unveiling Aug. 2013 of facility name

Energy Center front view.

Energy Center north facade.

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college financials The Statement of Net Assets presents the assets, liabilities and net assets of the District as of the end of the fiscal year. The Statement of Net Assets is a ‘point-in-time’ financial statement. The purpose of the Statement of Net Assets is to present to the readers a fiscal snapshot of the Tyler Junior College District.

Statement of Net Assets (thousands of dollars) Assets Current assets Capital assets, net Other assets Total assets

2013

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2011

$ 29,191 $ 27,617 $ 28,161 135,767 133,471 135,526 33,398 11,371 10,170 198,356 172,459 173,857

Liabilities Current liabilities Noncurrent liabilities Total liabilities Net assets Invested in capital assets, net of debt Restricted - expendable Unrestricted Total net assets

2012

32,636 72,650 105,286

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79,833 511 12,728 93,072 $

27,830 55,738 83,568

27,956 63,043 90,999

72,351 68,010 440 375 16,100 14,473 88,891 $ 82,858


Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets (thousands of dollars)

The purpose of the Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets is to present the revenues received by the institution, both operating and non-operating, and the expenses paid by the institution, operating and non-operating, and any other revenues, expenses, gains and losses received or spent by the institution.

2013 2012 2011 Operating revenues Tuition and fees (net of discounts) $ 13,880 $ 12,266 $ 10,301 Federal grants and contracts 2,179 1,355 1,396 State grants and contracts 1,083 1,000 1,397 Local grants and contracts 1,022 532 711 Sales and service of educational activities 83 103 116 Auxiliary enterprises (net of discounts) 3,049 2,644 2,355 Miscellaneous 2,118 2,512 4,811 Total operating revenues 23,414 20,412 21,087 Operating expenses Instruction 29,124 28,682 29,634 Public service 1,242 1,388 1,399 Academic support 2,682 2,486 2,821 Student service 8,296 8,114 8,274 Institutional support 12,957 11,433 10,777 Operation and maintenance of plant 7,140 6,190 5,054 Scholarship and fellowships (net of discounts) 2,964 2,824 3,122 Auxiliary enterprises 6,802 6,723 6,311 Depreciation 6,444 5,820 4,967 Total operating expenses 77,651 73,660 72,359 Operating loss (54,237)

(53,248) (51,272)

Non operating revenues (expenses)

58,419

59,536

61,313

Increase in net assets

4,182

6,287

10,041

Net assets at beginning of year 88,890 Prior period adjustment - Net assets at end of year $ 93,072 $

82,858 72,817 (255) 88,890 $ 82,858

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Tyler Junior College

foundation report What an amazing year. The $4.4 million contributed to the Tyler Junior College Foundation by almost 1,000 donors in 2013 is a tribute to those with a sincere passion for the College, pride in the community, and a willingness to accomplish great things. A prime example of that passion, pride and diligence is the Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center. Gifts to the Rogers Center are part of why Tyler is fast becoming a premier healthcare training destination. Private support is critical to ensuring an unparalleled level of excellence at Tyler Junior College; and our generous donors add substantial value to the programs across our locations in Tyler, Lindale, Jacksonville, and Rusk. As members of the TJC Foundation Board of Directors, it is incumbent upon us to continue our prudent fiscal management and appropriate

investment of endowment funds. We are keenly aware of our responsibility to be good stewards of the funds donors have entrusted to us. This annual report provides a detailed look at the financial health of the TJC Foundation. Over the course of the year, the Foundation’s assets increased to more than $40 million. To all who have given so that the lives of others might be changed—we thank you!

Lee R. Gibson, President, TJC Foundation Board

Foundation Board Members Harold Beaird Loren Bennett Mike Breedlove Nelson Clyde Sam Dawson Scott Ellis Senator Kevin Eltife Vernon Faulconer Annette Findley Rusty Fletcher Lee Gibson John Glass LaVerne Gollob Verna Hall Billie Hartley Martin Heines Billy Hibbs, Jr. John Hills Dr. Samuel Houston Eddie Howard Laura Hyde Dr. Paul Latta Mel Lovelady Nancy Lunceford David McCullough John Minton Joseph Z. Ornelas Louise H. Ornelas Paul Owen Jim Perkins Dr. Bill Pirtle Sam Roosth Freddie Sanchez Mark Strawn Eleanor Stringer Dr. Pat Thomas Jerry Woolverton Ex-Officio Members: Kimberly A. Russell, Ed.D L. Michael Metke, Ed.D John Hills Carole Pool Sarah Van Cleef Carol Hutson Carol Beggs

TJC Foundation Board of Directors

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TJC receives national award for educational fundraising Tyler Junior College was one of four public, two-year institutions nationwide – and the only two-year institution in Texas – to be recognized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), for overall performance in educational fundraising. CASE named 68 colleges and universities and 18 independent schools as recipients of its 2013 Educational Fundraising Awards, which recognized institutions for overall performance and improvement in educational fundraising programs. “We are honored that Tyler Junior College was selected for this award,” said Dr. Kim Russell, TJC vice president for advancement and external affairs. Russell also serves as executive director of the TJC Foundation. “Our success is due to the TJC Foundation board of directors and, specifically, our dedicated investment committee.” Selection was based on data submitted to the Council for Aid to Education’s annual Voluntary Support of Education survey. A CASE member institution is automatically eligible to receive an overall performance or overall improvement award, provided it has participated in the VSE survey for the past three years. Winning institutions were recognized in the awards gallery at the 2013 Summit for Leaders in Advancement conference held in July in San Francisco. 20

foundation financials (Audit, Aug. 31, 2013 and 2012)

Statement of Financial Position Assets 2013 2012 Cash and cash equivalents $ 2,115,594 $ 2,458,115 Investments 35,112,230 31,644,761 Funds held in trust 269,630 264,464 Charitable Gift Annuities 273,345 266,414 Other assets 54,550 53,798 Total invested funds 37,825,441 34,687,552 Contributions receivable 1,168,193 66,885 Real estate 592,231 1,064,193 Deferred expense 640,048 571,023 Total assets $ 40,255,913 $ 36,389,653 Liabilities Accounts payable-Tyler Junior College Deferred revenue Total liabilities

733,263 53,193 786,456

683,454 89,079 772,533

Net assets Unrestricted 6,289,1099 5,995,647 Temporarily restricted 6,636,148 4,643,038 Permanently restricted 26,514,210 24,978,435 Total net assets 39,439,457 35,617,120 Total liabilities and net assets

$ 40,225,913

$ 36,389,653

TJC FOUNDATION TOTAL ASSETS $50,000,000 $40,000,000 $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 $0

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Investment Committee Members Billy Hibbs, Jr. Investment Committee Chair

Statement of Activities (For the year ended Aug. 31, 2013) Temporarily Permanently Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Total Revenue and Other Support: Contributions and fund-raising $ 192,228 $ 3,000,530 $ 1,342,296 $ 4,535,054 Unrealized gain (loss) on investments (130,312) 7,536 6,933 (115,843) Net gain (loss) on sales 766,798 - - 766,798 Investment income 688,389 16,119 74,382 778,890 Donor transfers (581,281) 469,117 112,164 Net assets Released from restrictions 1,500,192 (1,500,192) - Total revenues 2,436,014 1,992,110 1,535,775 5,964,899 Administrative Fund-raising Golf Tournament Other Real estate Scholarship & Awards Support of TJC Scholarships Other awards Total Expenditures Changes in Net Assets Net Assets, September 1 Net Assets, August 31

22,698

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- 22,698

49,086 48,162 5,323

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49,086 48,162 5,323

1,026,646 961,192 29,455 2,142,562

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1,026,646 167,192 29,455 2,142,562

293,452

1,993,110

1,535,775

3,822,337

5,995,647

4,643,038

24,978,435

35,617,120

$6,289,099

$6,636,148

$26,514,210

$39,439,457

Billy Hibbs, Jr. is one of the longest continuously serving members of the investment committee. Billy is Chairman and CEO of Heartland Security Insurance Group, and he is also a TJC alumnus. Lee Gibson, Investment Committee Member Lee Gibson is a certified public accountant, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Executive Vice President for Southside Bank. He also served as Chairman of Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas from January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2012. David McCullough Investment Committee Member David McCullough previously worked with Gilead Science, Inc., one of the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies. As a private investor, he joined the Investment Committee and the TJC Foundation board during 2012. Jim Perkins Investment Committee Member Jim Perkins is the President of Citizens 1st Bank with locations in Tyler, Jacksonville, Rusk and Nacogdoches. Citizens 1st Bank is one of the highest rated banks in the nation by TheStreet.com Ratings, Bauer Financial Reports and Veribank Bank Rating Company. Not pictured, Eleanor Stringer, investment committee member

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Annual Scholarships TJC Accounting Department Annual Scholarship Established in January 2013 by two anonymous donors, this scholarship assists a deserving student pursing a major in accounting. Tab and Bonnie Beall Promises to Keep Annual Scholarship Established in January 2013 by Tab and Bonnie Beall. As part of the Promises to Keep annual scholarship program, this award helps bridge the funding gap for worthy students. Frankie S. Chaffin Widner Annual Scholarship for the Deaf Established in February 2013 by Darlene Winsett in honor of her mother, Frankie Chaffin Widner. The scholarship will benefit a deaf student who has demonstrated a commitment to community service. John and Jennifer Gaston Promises to Keep Annual Scholarship Established in March 2013 by Bob and Louise Dyer. This scholarship honors the lives of John and Jennifer Gaston and provides significant scholarship funding for a deserving student. Tyler Executive Women’s Network Annual Scholarship Established by the Tyler Executive Women’s Network in May 2013, this scholarship benefits a Smith County female pursuing a major in a businessrelated field. TJC-Rusk Nursing Program Incentive Award Established in July 2013 by the Rusk Economic Development Corporation in support of students pursuing a vocational nursing certificate at the TJC Rusk location. Jeryl Wayne Story Annual Scholarship Established by friends of Jeryl Wayne Story in August 2013 to honor his life achievements. The scholarship benefits a student in the nursing and health sciences programs. 22

newly established

scholarships

Endowed Scholarships Coach John E. Peterson Endowed Scholarship Established in September 2012 by family and friends of John Peterson upon his retirement as long-time coach of TJC tennis. A surprise event was held at Hollytree County Club to announce this scholarship as well as the renaming of the TJC tennis courts in honor of Coach Peterson’s nationally acclaimed career at TJC. Knight Endowed Scholarship Established in September 2012 by an anonymous donor, this endowment benefits an individual who excelled in one of the Literacy Council of Tyler’s GED programs. Rick and Bonnie Rayford Endowed Scholarship Established in November 2012 by TJC alumni, Rick and Bonnie Rayford, this scholarship will assist high school graduates from Smith County who need financial assistance in order to attend college. Clorinda “Petey” Wisenbaker Professional Nursing Endowed Scholarship Established in December 2012 by Paula Wisenbaker Whisenant in memory of her mother, Clorinda “Petey” Wisenbaker. This scholarship also expresses gratitude to the TJC nursing program, whose graduates provided her parents with such excellent care. Patsy Clyde Endowed Scholarship Established in December of 2012 by Virginia Gatewood and the Gatewood-Hawkins Foundation to honor the life of Patsy Clyde. The scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student in fall 2014.

Sarah Lois Moseley Motes Nursing Endowed Scholarship Established in December 2012 by a charitable remainder trust funded by the Vaughn Foundation and a gift from David and Amy Motes McCullough. This endowment honors the life of Sarah Motes and her 70-year career in nursing. This scholarship will benefit a student in the associate degree in nursing (ADN) program. Betty Briggs Alumni Endowed Scholarship Established in March of 2013 by family and friends of Betty Briggs upon her retirement from TJC. Betty served as the director of Alumni Affairs for 15 years leading the association to national recognition for community college alumni programs. Betty was honored in May 2013 at the annual Tyler area chapter alumni gathering. Merritt Reed Steger Engineering Endowed Scholarship Established through a planned gift from Mrs. Ann H. Steger in memory of her son Merritt Reed Steger. This scholarship will benefit a high school graduate from the TJC designated service area who is pursuing a degree in engineering. Country for Our Country Endowed Scholarship Established in August 2013 through the Country for Our Country organization to honor the courageous men and women who have served in a branch of the United States Armed Forces. This scholarship will benefit a veteran or dependent of a veteran who demonstrates a financial need in order to attend college.


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alumni association

The Tyler Junior College Alumni Association presented 4 awards at the 2012 Homecoming Awards Ceremony in October.

The TJC Alumni Association honored five outstanding alumni during its annual Homecoming Awards Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. TJC Alumni Awards honorees were: Chief Master Sgt. Pat Snow ’83, Distinguished Alumnus; Dr. Paul and Kay Latta ’86 and ’81, Apache Spirit; Adam Daley ’98, Valuable Young Alumnus; and Emma Lou Prater ’46, Special Recognition. Chief Master Sgt. Pat Snow ’83 Distinguished Alumnus A 29-year United States Air Force veteran, Chief Master Sergeant John “Pat” Snow is the senior enlisted advisor for Defense Media Activity. Snow serves as the advisor on matters of health, welfare and morale to enlisted personnel assigned to eight U.S. locations and 33 overseas sites. He was an Apache cheerleader at TJC and joined the U.S. Air Force after receiving his associate’s degree in 1983. His wife, Kay Logan Snow, also a 1983 TJC graduate, was an Apache Belle and a cheerleader. The Snows have two sons, Logan, a recent Baylor University graduate, and Christian, who currently attends Baylor. Dr. Paul and Kay Latta, ’86 and ’81 Apache Spirit Dr. Paul Latta and his wife, Kay, are active community volunteers and longtime supporters of TJC. He is a Tyler dentist, and she is a certified public accountant and partner with Henry & Peters. Mrs. Latta, a former Apache Belle, received her associate’s degree from TJC and her bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Latta also attended TJC and transferred to UT Austin, where he received a degree in engineering. Deciding on a career change, he returned to TJC and took classes to prepare him for a career in dentistry. After receiving his associate’s degree from TJC, he attended Baylor College of Dentistry. The Lattas have two sons: Andrew, a student at Baylor, and Matthew, a student at All Saints Episcopal School.

Adam Daley ’98 Valuable Young Alumnus Adam Daley is director of the southwest region of United States Investigative Services (USIS). During his days at TJC, Daley was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Student Senate and Harmony & Understanding and was a resident hall specialist. After receiving his associate’s degree, he transferred to UT Arlington and graduated magna cum laude. He credits the 9/11 terrorist attacks for shaping his future and influencing his decision to pursue a career in national security. Daley and his wife, Jody, live in the Dallas area. They have two children: a daughter, Addyson, and a son, Jameson. Emma Lou Prater ’47 Special Recognition Emma Lou Prater began as a TJC student during the war years and enjoyed being involved in the various campus organizations. She graduated in 1946, then returned to TJC in 1964 when she began working in the business office. She and her late husband, Kenneth, have always been avid TJC athletic fans. Former TJC athletes and cheerleaders fondly remember the numerous Sunday dinners held in their home, since the campus cafeteria was closed on weekends. She later served as director of student activities which included sororities, fraternities and cheerleaders. The Praters have two daughters, Sherry and Sandy, and four grandchildren: Jennifer, Julie, Becky and Jason. They are all TJC alumni and TJC Alumni Association lifetime members.

Alumni Association Board Leadership Carol Beggs- President Doc Deason- President Elect Jon Jacobs- Past President Wanda Ealey- Secretary Board Members Eunice Chancellor Julie Mettlen Stephanie Arriola Justin Smith Joey Stanger Danny Mogle Robert Reed Mike Richardson Diane Hawkins Gay Smith Bryan Brady Amy Cunningham Sara Scarborough Karen Cooper Don Murphy Gene Staples Emma Lou Prater Herbert Richardson Nancy Lunceford Carleta Cates Shirley Mallory Camille Brown Director, Alumni Affairs Betty Briggs

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your giving options You can make a difference at Tyler Junior College with your gift to the TJC Foundation! Today, the Tyler Junior College Foundation has surpassed $40 million and continues to provide crucial funding to TJC. Private gifts to the Foundation will help the College successfully address the growing educational needs of its various constituencies. Please consider the following giving opportunities and help TJC preserve its legacy as a premier and comprehensive community college.

Academic and Vocational Programs

Tyler Junior College provides a unique educational experience and encourages innovative teaching, cutting-edge technology and new and expanded programs. Through broad academic and vocational offerings, the College strives to meet the workforce needs of the local and national economy. Private contributions to support TJC’s progressive curriculum will help the College prepare students to compete and excel in the global marketplace.

Annual Giving

Each year, alumni and friends give unrestricted donations to the Tyler Junior College Foundation and provide critical and immediate funding. Through annual giving options such as the President’s Circle and the TJC Annual Fund, contributors help address priority needs including student scholarships, equipment for programs and enhancements to student life. Annual gifts provide financial resources when and where they are needed and guarantee a broad collegiate experience for TJC students.

Capital Projects

As Tyler Junior College continues to grow, it must expand and build facilities. The Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center is the most ambitious capital project in the College’s more than 85-year history. At a total cost of $50 million, this state-of-the-art facility will serve Tyler’s $3 billion healthcare industry, which supports more than 25,000 local jobs. During May of 2012, the Tyler Junior College taxing district approved a $25 million bond package. The College and the TJC Foundation have committed to underwriting the remaining 50 percent of project cost through donor contributions and increased student user fees. Generous gifts to the new Robert M. Rogers Nursing and Health Sciences Center will ensure that TJC can provide this significant educational and medical resource to students and the community.

Scholarships

Scholarships continue to be a critical need for Tyler Junior College. As an open access institution of higher education, 60 percent of TJC students require financial assistance to pursue a higher education. Each year, the College and the TJC Foundation provide $2 million in scholarships. However, hundreds of deserving student applicants are turned away due to a lack of funding. A contributor can provide much-needed scholarship funds through ongoing annual gifts or a one-time donation to establish an endowment. For more information please visit www.tjc.edu/foundation or call 903-510-2382. 24


President’s Circle The

The President’s Circle at Tyler Junior College is comprised of individuals and organizations who generously support the College’s mission with a leadership gift of $1,000 annually. Members of this society serve as goodwill ambassadors for the College, encouraging and inspiring alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends to join them in providing exceptional educational opportunities for our students. Members of the President’s Circle set the pace for all gifts to the College. They connect our College family in supporting the mission of Tyler Junior College.

2012-2013 members: Dr. Johnny Abbey Jim and Bess Arnold Glenda Barrett Mayor Barbara Bass and Billy Bass Harold and Rosemary Beaird Tab and Bonnie Beall Louis and Betty Bower Lindsey and Vicki Bradley Gaylan Braselton Brad and Ann Brookshire General Red Brown and Jane Brown Ina Brundrett Herb and Melvina Buie Citizens 1st Bank Jim and Margaret Perkins Mike and Jane Coker Dennis and Terry Darryl Gloria Davis Sam and Kay Dawson Bob and Louise Dyer East Texas Medical Center Elmer and Betsy Ellis D. M. Edwards John and Sharon Eiche John Evans RW Fair Foundation Barbara Fair Eddie and Terry Fowler Ric Freeman Lt. Col. Von Freeman and Bobye Freeman John and Marilyn Glass Mike and LaVerne Gollob George and Verna Hall Bill and Billie Hartley Dr. Butch Hayes and Ampie Hayes Bob Herd

HGR General Contractors Randy and Denise Reynolds Billy and Tisa Hibbs John and Janet Hills Dr. Samuel Houston and Dr. Edna Houston David and Katie Hudson Admiral Bobby Inman and Nancy Inman Bruce and Robin Insalaco Kinzie Foundation Dr. Bill Kinzie and Mary Ann Kinzie Dr. Paul Latta and Kay Latta Michael and Lisa Lujan Mark and Cindy McDaniel Dr. Mike Metke and Donna Metke John and Joan Muller Maurine Muntz Jimmy and Carolyn Murphy Oncor Electric Delivery Co. LLC Charles and Judy Hill Dr. Bill Pirtle and Joyce Pirtle Emma Lou Prater Gary and Sherri Priest Rick and Bonnie Rayford Whit and Cynthia Riter Robert Rice and Robyn Rogers Clint and Carole Roxburgh Gene and Adah Shannon John and Linda Stephenson Eleanor Stringer Richard and Carrie Tucker Lonny and Kelley Uzzell Ted and Chesley Walters Dr. Sherilyn and Patrick Willis Jim and Lynnetta Wright

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donors $500,000 - $750,000 Robert M. Rogers Foundation $250,000 - $499,999 James I. Perkins Family Foundation Luminant Academy The Estate of Mary Gayle Smith $100,000 - $249,999 The Estate of Beverly Ann Beaird Harold and Rosemary Beaird The Estate of Ann Steger Ben and Elizabeth Sutton The Estate of J.E. Watkins $50,000 - $99,999 Junior League of Tyler Inc. Dr. Bill Pirtle and Joyce Pirtle $25,000 - $49,999 Herb and Melvina Buie Country For Our Country D. M. Edwards Investments Robert and Beth Faulkner Donor Advised Fund Gatewood-Hawkins Foundation R.W. Fair Foundation Southside Bank $10,000 - $24,999 A S Genecov Foundation Ann Akins Austin Bank Azalea Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Clinic Citizens 1st Bank Mike and Jane Coker Scott and Susan Ellis Eubanks Harris Roberts Craig Architects Inc. Eddie and Terry Fowler Greg and Margaret Hendrickson HGR General Contractors Hibbs-Hallmark & Company Kinzie Foundation KLTV Dick and Mary Lowe M.C. Batey Trust Dr. Laura O’Halloran and Kevin O’Halloran

Clint and Carole Roxburgh Rusk Economic Development Corporation Saleh Foundation Joey and Marcia Stanger Tyler Morning Telegraph $5,000 - $9,999 Carol Allen Cece Allen Anonymous Best Buy Children’s Foundation Tickie West-Brand Bruce McMillan Jr. Foundation Inc. Jeff and Sonia Buie Harold and Bitsy Carter Sam and Kay Dawson Delek Refining LTD Dr. Glen Dyer and Sue Dyer Mary George John and Marilyn Glass Gordon Street Foundation John and Janet Hills Larry and Judy Holt Michael and Sarah Hoover Anonymous Susan Long Louis & Peaches Owen Family Foundation Dr. Mike Metke and Donna Metke Curtis and Joanne Mewbourne Dr. Paul Powell and Cathy Powell Virginia Smith Jack and An Sweeny Dr. Pat Thomas and Mary Dale Thomas Turner Construction Company Vernon and Pam Wade Ted and Chesley Walters $2,500 - $4,999 Ballet Tyler Inc. Brookshire Grocery Company Dr. Bill Crowe and Debbie Crowe Bob and Louise Dyer Lee and Susan Gibson George and Verna Hall Dr. Richard Harrison and Sarah Harrison Bill and Billie Hartley


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$2,500-$4,999 continued David and Katie Hudson Carolyn F. Hyman Fund Bruce and Robin Insalaco Jeff Buie Used Cars Dr. Paul Latta and Kay Latta David and Amy McCullough Mary John Spence Stanger Surveying Co. Texas Bank and Trust Tyler Ford $1,000 - $2,499 Dr. Johnny Abbey* Ables-Land Inc. Dr. Lawrence Anderson and Dr. Svestislava Vukelja Aramark B. G. Byars Foundation Kenneth and Gwynda Bahnsen Lin and Sandra Barker Glenda Barrett Tab and Bonnie Beall Robert Blackburn Mary Blitch Carl and Evelyn Bochow Sr. Carl and Karen Bochow Jr. Rohn and Shirley Boone Boone & Boone Construction LTD Louis and Betty Bower Lindsey and Vicki Bradley Brady Environmental Services Inc. Brad and Ann Brookshire Mark and Paula Brookshire Mary Brown Alton and Nelda Cade Dale and Cathy Cates Charles W Green Inc. Circle Ridge Production Inc. College Books Inc. Bobby and Kris Curtis Charles and Barbara Davis Jim and Cherry Day David and Virginia Demic Pierre DeWet ELS Surveying and Mapping Inc. East Texas Council of Trucking Professionals East Texas Medical Center Ed & Mary Heath Foundation John and Sharon Eiche EOG Resources Inc. Estes McClure and Associates

John Evans Fitzpatrick Architects Carolyn Flowers Lt. Col. Von Freeman and Bobye Freeman Dr. Paul Gainer and Lindsey Gainer Bob and Debbie Garrett Tim and Jesse Gill Joel and Lorye Glass Mike* and LaVerne Gollob Gollob Morgan Peddy PC Greg Nance Sales Inc. G-Square Production Inc. Dr. Butch Hayes and Ampie Hayes Helen S. Boylan Foundation Henry & Peters PC Anonymous Jonathan and Heather Hill Dr. Samuel Houston and Dr. Edna Houston Hudson Printing & Graphic Design James and Margaret Hutton Admiral Bobby Inman and Nancy Inman Marian Jackson David and Sharah Johnson Hunter Kay Roy Kingry Jr. and Julia Hwang-Kingry Lorri Loggins Real Estate Inc. Mel and Bobbie Lovelady James Mathis Phil and Ellen Matthews Jerry McCormack Georgia McLain Dr. Juan Mejia and Meela Mejia David Meyers Jay Misenheimer Maurine Muntz Jimmy and Carolyn Murphy Joe and Jan Norton O’Ryan Oil and Gas Robbie Ott Young and Myung Park Dr. Mark Parsons and Sharon Parsons Jan Godfrey Payne Presidio Networked Solutions Inc. Gary and Sherri Priest Anonymous Dr. Joseph Prud’homme PSI Production Inc. Rick and Bonnie Rayford Dr. Charles Rhodus and Anne Rhodus Cynthia and Whit Riter Donor Advised Fund Rogers and Monk Robert Rice and Robyn Rogers

Dr. Kim Russell Bill and Ann Sheehy Smith County SWCD Jeff and April Smith John and Linda Stephenson Eleanor Stringer Surveying Education Foundation of Texas Inc. Target Anonymous Don and Pam Thedford Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics Richard and Carrie Tucker Stephen Turman Turman Family Reunion Fund Tyler Executive Women’s Network Tyler Steel Company Tyler Sunrise Rotary Club The University of Texas at Tyler Lonny and Kelley Uzzell Mary Waldrop Watson W. Wise Foundation Betty White Wilson Robertson & Cornelius PC Christopher and Darlene Winsett Jerry and Kelley Woolverton David Nelson Wren David and Mary Wright James and Sharon Wynne Richard York $500 - $999 Advance’d Temporaries Mitch and Joan Andrews Jim and Bess Arnold Craig and Wendy Arthus AVS Food Service Mayor Barbara Bass and Billy Bass Bosworth & Associates James and Zelda Boucher The Brannon Corporation Gene and Marion Branum Gaylan Braselton Tim and Michelle Brookshire Dave and Beverly Bugay Canyon Creek Travel William and Martha Carroll Central Title Company Coca-Cola Bottling Company The Criterion Literary Club of Tyler Design Center Signs Document Solutions/Xerox

Don’s TV & Appliance Inc. Eiche Mapes & Company Inc. Elizabeth Elliott EMC Corporation Rachel Finch Dr. Charles Florio and Sue Florio Follett College Stores Ric Freeman David and Darla Geeslin Happy Feet Boots Anonymous Fred and Marsha Head Lewis Higginbotham Dwight and Jeri Holcomb Valerie and James Huggler David and Caroline Hundley David and Allison Jarvis Jack and Patricia Johns Candy Crocker School of Dance Inc. Tana and Francis Kay Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP Dr. William Smialek and Dr. Molly McCoy John and Joan Muller Jerry and Holly Nowlin Jr. Oncor Fred and Heather Peters Petty’s Irrigation and Landscape Potter Minton Emma Lou Prater R. L. Ray LTD Herb and Joanne Richardson Dr. Madeleine Ross and John Ross Wayne and Bobbye Rucker SmithGroupJJR East Texas Sonic Operators Specialized Public Finance Inc. Glynn and Fran Starnes Rae Stone Robert and Fancy Stover Shannon Strickland Sword Company TDR Contractors Inc. Terry’s Repair - Phyllis and Terry Weiss Texas Banker’s Association Carrie Tidmore TJC Alumni Association Calvin and Helen Turner Tyler Oral and Facial Surgery Center Tyler Turbine Sales Inc. VCE Jason Waller and Lorri Loggins Rex and Sandra Wallis

Rodney Whetzel Brandi and Hudson White Dr. Sherilyn and Patrick Willis Elizabeth Wright $100 - $499 Abegg Willis & Associates LLC Dr. Danny Addington Air U Anonymous Allen-Lottman-Kimmel PC Vance and Billie Anderson Anonymous Victoria and Jerry Ashworth Athens Smiles Byron W Briggs, DDS, PLLC Lance and Tracy Bailey Eddie and Lisa Baker Dr. Thomas Bochow and Debra Bochow Dr. Jeffrey Barnard and Terry Barnard Dr. Charles Barton Bill and Susie Bell John and Linda Bellington Bennett and Company Inc. Lindsey Birdsong Anonymous Carroll and Mollie Bobo John and Jaquitta Bol Harry and Jo Bostic Tony and Kristi Boyett Vincent and Jane Brach Braswell Paint Company Bratton Land Services Paul and Carol Brightwell Dixie Brown Shelby Brown Paul and Joan Bruckwicki Phyllis Brunner Paula Buck Edwina Bulman C. J. and Ted Burk C E Points Dorough Inc Dean and Brenda Cagle Trey Carlile Certified Can Machine Company James and Mary Chaffin Eunice Chancellor Todd and Janna Chancey Chris and Julie Chappa Chick-fil-A Kim and Ginger Christiansen Dane and Julie Clark


Steven Clements Complete Communications Conference USA Inc Contact Waterproofing Kyle Cook Gary and Karen Cooper Charlie and Betty Cortez Jim and Anna Cousineau Dr. Charles Cox and Kathy Cox Anonymous Ken and Pamela Craver Adam and Bethany Crisp Crisp Creations Vera Cross Jimmy and Amy Cunningham Michael Dale Paul and Adgie Lou Davidson Richard and Sally Davis Charles and Lisa Davison Steve and Penny Davison Dealers Electrical Supply Co. Tracy and Gigi Delk Kyle Deshazo The Di Paolo Family Robert and Betty Doerr Dr. Tim Drain and Holly Drain Dudley Brookshire Construction Company Lewis and Kathleen Duff Nancy Dugan Leigh Anne Eddings David and Marcia Edge Tom Elder Elmer and Betsy Ellis Embroid Art Bill Evers Bob and Beth Faulkner Dr. Bob Fender and Keri Fender Fred and Robyn Files James and Phillis Finch First Baptist Church - Tyler First National Bank Gary and Brenda Fleet Alvin and Ruth Flynn Dr. Joe Forrester and Gloria Forrester Evalyn Free Telfair Fullerton Donald Garrett Gailya Gearner Anonymous Ben Gilbreath Glass Management Company Dr. Robert Glover and Sandi Glover

Golden Eagle Battery Dr. Virgilio Gonzalez and Mary Gonzalez Melinda Grayson Steve and Dianna Green Anonymous H3 Media LLC Haberle Construction LLC Katie Hall Laura Hallock Dr. Malcolm Hammett and Carolyn Hammett Hampe Law Firm PLLC Lee and Susan Hancock Justin and Wyoma Hawthorne Robert and Tamara Haynes Billy and Elizabeth Hays Hembree Chiropractic PA Eddy and Carrie Hobbs Elizabeth Hobbs Kenneth and Starla Horton Dr. Byron Howell and Jacque Howell David Hubbard Judd and Teresa Hubbell Dr. John Hudnall and Joyce Hudnall Mary Hudnall H.T. and Laura Hyde Eddie and Jeanne Ivy Kristen Jackson Judy Jernigan Anonymous Brenda Johnson Dr. Charles Johnson and Linda Johnson Michael and Cyndy Johnson Melvin and Ann Johnson Bob and Paula Jo Johnson Dr. Tom Johnson and Karen Johnson Dr. Scott Jones and Carol Jones Jonathan and Diane Kavanaugh Dr. Deborah Kelley and Rodney Kelley Anonymous David and Nina Kindred Melissa Kravetz L & L Asphalt Corporation Gary and Belinda Landers Thomas and Stephanie Lassanske Sam and Charlotte Latham James Ledet Roy and Ann Lilly Clifton and Cristy Lindsey John and Beverly Linney Thomas Lipsey and Karla Mitcham The Literacy Council of Tyler Inc. Luke Loggins

Bruce and Julie Lowe Nancy Lunceford Bill and Mary Kay Lust Dr. Jerry Marcontell Mike and Kris Marquis Marvin United Methodist Church Friendly Class Eddie and Carolyn Matthews Lee Mayfield James and Cynthia McAndrew Brent and Jan McCauley David and Laura McClendon Charlie and Jackie McGinty Heather McNiel John and Linda Measel Elissa Meisenheimer Randal and Nelda Melton Messett Financial LLC Jacque’ Messinger Carroll and Julie Mettlen Shane and Lauren Miller Joe and Judi Misale MJ Management MJH Resources LLC Danny and Melanie Mogle Rick and Diane Morris Galen and Tina Morrison Elise Mullinix John Mullinix Dr. Kenneth Murphy and Nancy Murphy Christopher Murray Cody and Kathrine Murray Paul and Elizabeth Myrick Jim and Linda Nelson Albert and Norma Nichols Rick and Deborah Nordstrom Ted and Stacey Norrell Johnita Oaks Donald and Shirley O’Keefe Dr. Betsy Ott and Richard Ott Overhead Door Company of Tyler Wallace and Laura Sergent Judith Pate Patterson Dental Kathy Patterson Pegues-Hurst Motor Company James and Carol Pendleton Tim and Debbie Pierce Jann Pigg Carroll and Patricia Pilgrim Nick and Jeanine Piskurich William and Linda Pope

Bob and Linda Price Prothro Wilhelmi & Company PLLC John and Mary Pyle Jay Rambo Henry and Lynn Ramey Thomas and Sondra Ramsour James and Danielle Rapp Dr. Meg Reitmeyer Residential Electrical Systems David and Kama Rippy Roberts & Roberts Randy and Stephenie Roberts Randy and Shelley Rocha Dr. Cheryl Rogers and Michael Rogers Rebecca Roosth Rob and Robin Root Rudy and Ellen Rosenstein Jeff and Connie Russell John and Daisy Saleh Mary Sanders Scott Sawyer Earl and Pamela Scates Roland and Mary Schick Stephen Schneider Gregg and Sherry Seaton Ricky Sewell Pat and Marilyn Shannon Gene and Adah Shannon Dr. Aubrey Sharpe and Linda Sharpe David Shelby Thomas and Christine Shelby Ricky and Rolinda Shipp Gene and Virginia Shull Sister2Sister Cookies B.J. and K.J. Sjolander Skyvue Memorial Gardens Thomas and Mariela Sloan Mark and B.K. Sloan Julie Thompson & Susie Lofquist Carlisle & Etcetera Steve and Farrai Smith Scotty and Gay Smith Dr. James Smith and Sandra Smith Karen Smith Dr. Herd Snider and Elizabeth Snider Brad and Debbie Spradlin Randy and Julie Squibb Squyres Johnson Squyres & Co. Dennis E Stansbury DDS Richard and Nancy Stewart Frances and Thomas Swann Donor Advised Fund

Tony and Kathleen Tadasa TEC Engineering Group Inc Todd Tefteller Sandy and Judy Terry Tami Tidwell Fern Timmons Dr. Idalia Trent Trico Enterprises Inc. Jay and Judith Tucker Tyler Endodontics PLLC Tyler Family Dental Todd Upson Jim and Wendy VanDeventer Deborah VanDevelde Dr. David Varland Volunteer Christian Builders W C Johnson & Associates Inc. Kelley and Jan Walker James and Leah Wansley John and Betty Waters Anonymous Tim and Deborah Welch Steve Westhafer Gail and John White Beth and Clayton Whitney Devon Wiggins Geoffrey and Patricia Willbanks George and Kathy Willingham Kyle and Kathy Wilson Curtis and Rebecca Harris Dr. Chris Wrenn and Nancy Wrenn Many contributors increase their donations to the Tyler Junior College Foundation by taking advantage of corporate matching gifts. We are grateful to the following companies who matched 2013 gifts made by their employees or retirees and to our donors who have multiplied the impact of their contributions by participating in these programs.

Matching Gifts Bank of America Foundation Matching Gifts Program ExxonMobil Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund State Farm Companies Foundation T.L.L. Temple Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation USAA Matching Gift Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation * Deceased


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