MHC's Board of Governors operates on a governance policy model. This means the Board focuses on broad, long-term issues such as the vision and direction of the college rather than managing day-to-day operations. The Board monitors college plans, finances and actions to ensure development of the organization is consistent with government legislation and community expectations.
The Board generally meets on a monthly basis although meetings may be altered at the discretion of the chair. Meetings usually have two components; a closed or in camera session to address land, legal or labour issues, followed by an open meeting. Students, members of the public, employees and the media are welcome to attend the open meetings of the Board.
Our people are passionate about unleashing the potential of every student - intellectually, emotionally and socially.
Through every encounter we have with students - and all that we do - we will seek to recognize and encourage their potential as learners, workers, and global citizens.
To lead in learning excellence
Medicine Hat College is a learner focused provider of quality education, training, and services to its community.
The Board guides the progress of the college by developing and monitoring operation policy provided below.
MHC Board Governance Policies
MHC Board Mandate and Roles
MHC Code of Conduct
Disclosure Protection Policy
Board members are nominated by Alberta Enterprise and Advanced Education to represent the interests of the public, students, and employees.
Mr. Don Bruce, Chair
Dr. Linda Rossler, Vice-Chair
Mr. Kevin Burton
Mr. Ken MacPhail
Ms. Deb Corraini
Mr. Joel Higgins
Dr. Don Flaming
Mr. Clinton Lawrence, Executive Advisor
Ms. Chelsey Lybbert, Executive Assistant
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