Members of the E&H faculty and staff make heavy use of important teaching and administrative resources available to them online. These resources augment the classroom experience for students and help college employees stay up to date with their skills and with campus events.
Information about important campus services is available online. Members of the E&H community are strongly encouraged to sign up for the campus alert system, which is available here. Other information about campus dining, the E&H One Card and campus offices, which is available through the online directory, is also available.
This Handbook has been prepared for the convenience of the faculty of Emory & Henry College. The materials in this Handbook cannot be assumed to apply to any other employees of Emory & Henry College. The Handbook is not an all-inclusive document. The ultimate authority regarding many matters discussed herein consists of official actions and policy statements of the Board of Trustees, the administration, and the faculty, acting either collectively or through its various committees. Faculty members are requested to become familiar with the regulations and practices described in the Emory & Henry College Academic Catalog and in the Student Handbook. The Board of Trustees and the Administration reserve the right to amend the policies, regulations, and practices contained in all employee handbooks, the Academic Catalog and the Student Handbook. More…
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24 Nov, 2014| by Dsmoore An experienced administrator with extensive work history in higher education and arts management has been named the director of the new Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts at Emory & Henry.
10 Oct, 2014| by Dsmoore In nearly two years at Emory & Henry College, Leah Prater has found a creative home that has allowed her to blossom as a professional.
07 Oct, 2014| by Dsmoore The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) has recognized Dr. Lou Fincher, founding Dean for the Emory & Henry College School of Health Sciences, for her contributions to the advancement of women in the field of athletic training.