Pueblo Community College is making some big changes in it’s management structure. President Patty Erjavec announced that they are eliminating all three vice president positions.
Erjavec says they are eliminating the positions in order to reallocate those resources into the classrooms. She says by pushing resources down the chain, they hope to provide more resources for students and in turn improve academic and student success.
Erjavec announced the college reorganization Monday. At this point officials are still trying to determine how much money would be reallocated, but say that all funds will be pushed down to benefit classroom learning.
“It's a wonderful opportunity to move forward as a national leader in higher education and will help us as we keep with our vision and mission for Pueblo Community College,” said Erjavec.
The three women who currently hold the vice president positions will lose their jobs.
Colleen Armstrong, VP of Administration and Finance
Laura Solano, VP of Learning
Cindy Mihelich, VP of Student Services
Erjavec says the changes were implemented immediately on Monday.
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