LCC Tenure Class of 2024LCC faculty members (pictured from left to right) Leszek Cromwell, Counseling; Vicky Soladey, Medical Assisting; Abbie Leavens, English; Mavourneen Rister, English; Ian King, Library Sciences (on screen); Barry Walther, Diesel and Heavy Equipment; and Ashley Cahill, BAS Teacher Education received tenure during the March 2024 Board of Trustees meeting. Effective fall 2024.

Research shows that LCC is a great place to work!

Employees at LCC report statistically significantly higher satisfaction rates than faculty and staff at other colleges across the nation.

Results from a national survey called 'Personal Assessment of Campus Environment,' or 'PACE' for short, demonstrate that LCC employees have a lot of good things to say about their work environment.

The PACE survey, managed by the National Initiative for Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness out of North Carolina State University, is widely used across the United States to help organizations grow and develop.

The survey consists of 46 questions grouped into four benchmark areas:

  • Institutional Structure
  • Student Focus
  • Supervisory Relationship
  • Teamwork

Because it is normed, the survey allow us to compare employee satisfaction at LCC with other colleges overall, and with other similarly sized community colleges across the nation.

LCC's results in 2016, 2017, 2019 and 2023 were statistically significantly higher (at the p <.001 level, which is a very strong result) across all benchmark areas and comparison groups.

For more information about the survey, please contact the Office of Effectiveness & College Relations.

Human Resource Services

 Sam Orth, Director of Human Resources

  (360) 442-2124
Fax: (360) 442-2129

 Jennifer Lucas, Talent Acquisition Specialist

  (360) 442-2122

 Administration Building, 1st Floor


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