Board of Education
The Board of Education has primary authority for establishing policies governing the operation of the college and for adopting the college's annual budget. The board's charge is to oversee the development of programs and services that board members believe will best serve the needs of the people of the Treasure Valley Community College district. Among the board's primary functions are selecting the president of the College, developing and sustaining the philosophy and policies of the College, setting the costs of tuition and fees, adopting the annual budget, and approving plans for developing and maintaining the physical plant.
Visit the Board of Education page.
President of the College
Dana M. Young was selected as TVCC's fifth president in July 2010. Under her leadership, the College is reaching out and strengthening programs to serve the citizen of this region.
Visit the President's Welcome page.
Vice President of Administrative Services
Randy Griffin, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vice President of Administrative Services has responsibility for many of the operational areas of the College including the Business Office, Campus Security, Campus Services, the Bookstore, Dining Services, Facilities Management and Information support Services.
The Vice President of Administrative Services is located in the Student Services Center.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Eddie Alves, email@example.com
The Vice President of Academic Affairs has responsibility for the academic programs and departments at TVCC.
The Vice President's office is located in Barber Hall.
Vice President of Students
Dr. Paul Kraft, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vice President of Students is the chief student affairs officer and the primary advocate for our students.
The Vice President, together with the Student Life staff, works with students and faculty to shape the living and learning environment and enhance the quality of life for all students.
The Vice President of Students' office is located in the Student Services Center.