We are pleased to share the fourth edition of our online Employee Matters 2024 Fiscal Update for MC Employees (PDF, ) . The following pages highlight many of the College’s total rewards for the 2024 fiscal year. Topics include compensation updates, ESH rates, educational and professional development allowances, travel funds, required training, and more.
For questions on the information in this year's fiscal update, please email the Office of Human Resources and Strategic Talent Managementnew window or visit HRSTM Points of Contactnew window for a detailed listing of staff.
For the most recent communications from HRSTM, please visit the HRSTM news pagenew window.
Explore the latest collective bargaining updates.
Our union members regularly engage with the College in several capacities, and teams annually engage in discussions on the existing collective bargaining agreements. Please check the HRSTM Collective Bargaining page for the latest versions of the contracts and Memoranda of Agreement. If you have any questions, please contact anyone on the Employee and Labor Relations Team.
Don’t forget that the Good Faith Consideration application process for Part-Time Faculty has changed under the latest SEIU contract (PDF, ) (See Section 7.3). Applications now only need to be submitted once per year.
An anonymous reporting solution for a culture of integrity and accountability at Montgomery College.
Montgomery College is an organization with strong values of accountability and integrity. Our Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct (PDF, ) (PDF, ) contains general guidelines for conducting business with the highest standards of ethics.
Montgomery College is committed to an environment where open, honest communications are the expectation, not the exception. We want you to feel comfortable approaching your supervisor or management in instances where you believe violations of policies or procedures have occurred.
If you prefer to submit an anonymous report, use EthicsPoint, a trusted third-party hotline provider that ensures confidentiality. You are encouraged to submit reports relating to violations stated in our Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct (PDF, ) . You may also submit reports asking for guidance related to policies and procedures and sharing positive suggestions and stories demonstrating decisions and actions that meet our ethical standards.
EthicsPoint is intended for employee use. In addition, regarding suspected wrongdoing
or abuse in the administration or conduct of the College’s athletic programs and activities,
students or employees may submit concerns through EthicsPoint. Students may visit
our Student Complaint Resolution webpagenew window for policies and procedures about reporting their concerns.
EthicsPoint is accessible via phone at 1-844-572-2198 or at EthicsPoint for MCnew window.
FY24 Performance Evaluation for administrators, department chairs, supervisors, and staff.
FY24 Goals due: Friday, September 29, 2023
HRSTM issue performance evaluations in Workday: Monday, May 20, 2024
Self-evaluations due to supervisors: Friday, June 28, 2024
Supervisor evaluations due: Friday, August 16, 2024
FY24 Required Training obligations for Montgomery College employees.
The required training is currently under review, and details for FY24 REQUIRED training
will be made available soon.
Each year there are collegewide training classes or online modules that are required for all or select employees, depending on their role. Additionally, supervisors may require additional training for employees within their area to meet discipline, department, and/or unit needs and requirements. A communication will be sent to the College community once the required trainings for FY24 are approved.
Please join us in recognizing and celebrating the College’s exemplary employees who have received Outstanding and Employee of the year awards for 2023. Each of these individuals reflects the highest standards of excellence in their fields.
Professor Ellen Olmstead, English
Dr. Christine Crefton, ELITE
Professor Natalya Bah, WDCE
Outstanding Faculty Award Recipients
Excellence in Teaching
- Professor Ronald Beverly, Media Arts & Technologies
- Dr. Zhou Dong, Mathematics
- Dr. Constance Farley, English & Reading
- Professor Jennifer Haydel, Humanities
- Professor Amanda Miller, Art
- Professor Ginger Robinson, Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminal Justice
- Dr. Hollis Williams, Engineering, Physical, & Computer Sciences
- Professor Raina Suliman, Humanities
- Professor Deborah Stuart, English &Reading
Excellence in Counseling
- Professor Amanda Darr, Counseling & Advising
- Professor Zenobia Garrison, Counseling & Advising
- Professor Natalie Martinez, Counseling & Advising
- Dr. Michael Chase, Biology
- Professor Brandon Wallace, Elementary/Seconday Education
- Dr. Lee Annis, History & Political Science Department
- Dr. Georges Haddad, Chemical & Biological Sciences
- Dr. Bridget De la Carrera, Chemical & Biological Sciences
Outstanding Staff Award Recipients
- Ms. Jennifer Hatleberg, Librarian Supervisor
- Mr. John Hoover, Instructional Lab Coordinator
- Ms. Betsy Leonard, Planning Support Specialist
- Ms. Christina Roskovich, Administrative Aide II
- Ms. Jennifer Sengbusch, Instructional Lab Coordinator
- Mr. Maxim Suvorov, Lab Manager
- Mr. David Taylor, Network Engineer
- Ms. Katie Torkashvan, Administrative Aide II
- Ms. Veronica Banh, Project & Planning Analyst II
- Ms. Jennifer Baugh, Creative Projects Manager
- Ms. Helen Dong, Financial Systems Manager
- Mr. Dwayne Henry, Lab Manager
- Ms. Surayya Johnson, Student Life Manager
- Ms. Kimberly Jones, Student Life Manager
- Ms. Patricia Lopez, Scholarship & Grants Director
- Ms. Julie Rogers, Interpreter Services Coordinator
- Mr. Sergio Washington, Student Affairs Initiative Program Manager
- Mr. Tim Neill, Cyber Defense Analyst II
- Ms. Kaylin Nguyen, Executive Associate I
Explore how the Your Voice, Your MC Survey drives positive change by uncovering insights that fuel engagement, equity, and ethics that are at the heart of our College's progress.
To gather employee input and share the results, open sessions and forums will be held during the Fall Semester of 2023. This survey cycle involves a collaboration between the HRSTM Organizational Development and HR Outreach team and division and area teams to create localized action plans. The action plan recommendations will be presented to the President's Cabinet in November 2023.