Lee College - Vindauga Yearbook (Cleveland, TN)

 - Class of 1983

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■ » 1 1 jp pirijr 9 5d fl 2m DEAN OF THE COLLEGE As Dean of the College, Dr. Laud O. Vaught ' s main concern is to make sure that students at Lee have every opportunity to develop their field of study. With education a must today, Dr. Vaught points out that everyone should have the chance to better educate himself. Deeply concerned with academics, Dr. Vaught feels that Lee is building a strong program in which improvement can be made as needed. He com- mends those students who take their studies seri- ously, and hopes that programs will be offered that will motivate those who do not. ASSOCIATE DEAN The office of the Associate Dean of the College is occupied by Dr. Ollie Lee. His main duty is that of being the Dean to the divisions of Religion, Education, and Arts and Sciences. He is involved in the aclministration of the academic program of the college, which includes the General Education Core. Dr. Lee explains that it is important for us to have a basic knowledge, and to realize its value in practice. That is the reason for the school ' s poli- cy of requiring students to take courses in areas other than their major field of study. Dr. Lee believes that Lee College offers a proper balance of academic and Christian life, but he realizes that the ultimate balance is determined by each student, individually. As a result, he firmly believes that the Christian perspective of the college gives Lee students an advantage over people attending secular schools. 11

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THE PRESIDENT Lee College entered a period of drastic renovation — academically, physically, and spiritually — during the 1982-83 school year. Leading the college in this reform was the president of Lee College, the Reverend Dr. Ray H. Hughes. President Hughes was actively involved in every aspect of the school ' s undertaking. Not only was he interested in the students ' academic success, but he was concerned about each student ' s spiritual welfare. During the inaugural ceremonies on September 2, 1982, President Hughes inferred that he would like to train and mold the Lee College student body into " a mighty army of witnesses for the world. " In an attempt to bring this en- deavor about, President Hughes served as the campus pas- tor. He tried to create an atmosphere of worship in chapel and in every other aspect of the students ' lives. President Hughes sometimes came across as a very strict individual seemingly demanding more than the students were willing to give up. But a closer look at this man revealed a great depth of sensitivity and love. Lee College was indeed fortunate to acquire the services of such an accomplished, open individual for the office of president. 10



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Dean of Students The Dean of Students is the man who, in his own words, " is the representative of the students to the Administration. " He directs Student Services, a department with which the average student becomes well acquainted during his stay at Lee College. Though the scope of his duties includes such areas as campus events and organizations, it is discipline, in the eyes of the students, that he is most closely associated with. Mr. Duncan realizes that many students do not like to be " reminded " of what they should and should not do while attending Lee Col- lege. He feels, however, that the students " . . . will in time realize the real concern of the Administration in having numerous school rules. " The Dean of Students feels that this year there has been great improvement in the acceptance of the Administration by the students, but he is quick to point out that the students often make accusations without really know- ing the administrators. He believes that in time , however, the students and faculty will make the transition needed to complement the current administration . Board of Directors The Board of Directors of Lee College has had a year in which change has been the most apparent element. The Board has made many difficult administrative decisions, in keeping with what is best for the college. Present problems, as well as the immediate future, and ex- pansion of the college, have been considered and acted upon this year. Being the governing influence on the campus of Lee College, the Board has been faced with some difficult circumstances this year, such as the problems of transition be- tween administrators. However, the Board has successfully emerged from these circumstances, bringing with them the future of Lee Col- lege. Paul E. Duncan — Dean of Students Members of the Board of Directors plan and discuss die future of Lee 12

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