Academic Affairs

The office of Academic Affairs is responsible for all credit and noncredit instruction, community programs and instructional support services; recruitment, selection, assignment and evaluation of all instructional staff; coordination and use of instructional facilities; and preparation and administration of the instructional budget. Additionally, the office personnel oversee the accreditation self-study process, catalog production, program evaluation and schedule production.

The articulation officer coordinates, initiates and responds to requests for articulation with public and private post-secondary institutions and the California Articulation Numbering (CAN) system office; maintains and disseminates transferable course articulation agreements with post-secondary institutions (ASSIST); cooperates in the maintenance of the UC list of transferable courses; and works with faculty, counselors, deans and committees to facilitate the development of articulation agreements.

LOCATION

Santa Maria Campus, Building B

CONTACT INFORMATION 

805-922-6966 ext. 3247

HOURS

Fall/Spring
Monday-Thursday,  8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Eric Gardley
CAL Fire/San Luis Obispo County Fire

"Enrolling in the Fire Academy at Hancock was the best decision of my life. I am receiving an amazing education from instructors who have hundreds of years of experience combined. We are able to apply what we learn inside the classroom to real world applications by using the complex's state-of-the-art facilities. There is no doubt in my mind, I will be as prepared as possible to hit the ground running with a fire department after I graduate."
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