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Taft College
Taft, United States- California


University description (as per official university website)

Taft College, or TC, was established on August 30, 1922, as Taft Junior College. At that time, the college was part of the Taft Union High School District. Initially, classes were conducted on the Taft High School campus. The college adopted its present name on July 1, 1954, and moved to its current campus in September 1956. It is now administered by the California Community Colleges system. The academic divisions of TC are as follows:

* Department of Career & Technical Education
* Department of Distance Learning
* Liberal Arts Division
* Math/ Science Division
* Social Science Division

TC offers several student activities and has many student-run clubs and organizations. Some of the student organizations are the International Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and Best Buddies Club.

Some of the scholarships offered by TC are the Clarence Berry Memorial Scholarship, Chevron Scholarship, TC Scholarship, and Oxy Scholarship.

The vision of the West Kern Community College District is:
At Taft College all learners achieve their learning goals.
The mission of the West Kern Community College District is:
Taft College is committed to student learning in transfer and career and technical education programs supported by pre-collegiate basic skills and a wide range of student services. All programs and services are focused on the educational needs of the community learners.

We value:

Students and evidence of their success.

A learning community with teaching excellence.
An environment conducive to learning, fairness, and continuous improvement.

A communicative, collaborative, collegial, and respectful culture.

A partnership of students, faculty, and support services.
Innovation, diversity, creativity, and critical thinking.

A mutually beneficial relationship with the community we serve.

Academic, financial, personal and professional integrity.
A transparent, accessible governance structure that includes institutional-wide dialogue.

Given our vision, mission and values, these are our goals:
Taft College will continuously improve student learning outcomes, success, and achievement through a variety of programs and services and effective learning support processes.

Taft College will ensure employee success for the long term health of the institution.

Taft College will continue to engage the community at all levels in order to support its long term educational, social and economic development.

Taft College will maximize both its short-term and long-term enrollment opportunities.

Taft College will maximize resources to sustain future growth and development while linking planning to budget.
Taft College will provide the necessary technology for institutional success.

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