Sygielski, has been HACC’s president since July 2011. As president, he has engaged all constituency groups to make the tough decisions needed to ensure the sustainable future of the College, and he has done so with high moral and ethical values, transparency and a philosophy of servant leadership.
Sygielski and his Cabinet have to make difficult decisions and stand strong together to accomplish these critical operational and fiscal steps that will keep HACC a high-quality institution of higher learning for the benefit of our students.
The HACC Board of Trustees, as the governing body of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, STRONGLY rejects the decision to move forward with a vote of no confidence, which was made by a small group of employees.
Additional information regarding this issue is available in the College’s online newsroom:
- HACC Statement Regarding Actions of Some Faculty
- HACC Statement Regarding One-College Reorganization
- Frequently Asked Questions about the Vote
- Media Statement on Resolution of No Confidence: Kathleen Adams Pratt, President, Faculty Organization
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