Coffeyville Community College’s very own, Vice President for Academic Services, Dr. Aron A. Potter was inducted into the 2022 Culver-Stockton College, Education Hall of Excellence on May 2, 2022.
Culver-Stockton College (C-SC) Division of Education started the Education Hall of Excellence in 2007. The Education Hall of Excellence is designed to honor alumni of Culver-Stockton who are in the education field. To be nominated and selected for this honor, educators must have 10 years of teacher experience and must have demonstrated extraordinary entrepreneurial distinctiveness.
Dr. Potter was previously inducted into the Culver-Stockton College Athletic Hall of Fame as an individual (2008) and with her team (2004).
On May 2, the inductees were honored with a program that included statements of their educational contributions and philosophy. Along with how their careers in education have made a difference in the lives of young people by going the extra, creative mile.
The Excellence in Education Award is an award given for demonstrating leadership and vision vital to the development of students who will become self-directed learners, decision-makers, problem-solvers, and critical thinkers who demonstrate concern for others.
“I am so overwhelmed and humbled by this honor from C-SC. I am proud to be a Wildcat and will continue to work hard for the next generations in the field of education,” said Vice President for Academic Services, Dr. Aron A. Potter
Dr. Potter has served as the Vice President of Academic Services at Coffeyville Community College since 2015 and previously as the Lady Ravens Softball Head Coach from 2002-2005.
“Congratulations to Dr. Aron Potter on this amazing achievement! This is an incredible milestone and Aron deserves the spotlight to celebrate this moment in education excellence,” said President, Dr. Marlon Thornburg.
Coffeyville Community College is a comprehensive two-year institution of post-secondary learning. The College offers 19 academic programs, 15 technical programs and 14 certificate programs. Students can graduate from the College with one of five Associate Degree options.