Dr. Michael Cobb Named CFCC’s Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Compliance
Cape Fear Community College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Michael Cobb as Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Compliance.
As Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Compliance, Dr. Cobb will implement the College’s strategic plan to achieve the College’s goals and objectives. He will direct the College’s planning and research activities; direct annual program reviews to comply with local, state, and federal requirements; oversee instructional operations, institutional effectiveness, and institutional compliance; and serve as the institutional liaison to Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) for the College.
Dr. Cobb brings over 26 years of education research and planning experience to his new position. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Cobb served with the College as the Director of Effectiveness and Research and before that as the Director of Institutional Planning and Research with Brunswick Community College.
“My goal is for Cape Fear Community College to build upon its success and continue to grow in ways that work best for our students,” said Dr. Cobb. “I’m excited to use my skill set to leverage data to know where we are and how we can keep improving to support our students and community.”
“Dr. Cobb is a tremendous asset to Cape Fear Community College,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “His expertise as a researcher will help the college maintain our forward momentum. Dr. Cobb’s responsibilities will include leadership of the College’s planning activities and serving as the liaison for our SASCOC accreditation. He will also oversee our accreditation process, which involves continual long-term analysis and reporting about every college sector. This role is essential to maintain and perpetuate CFCC’s efficiency and growth.”