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Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services
Vice President Academic Affairs
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Development
Harold Washington College
Malcolm X College of Chicago
GHINGO W. BROOKS, Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Services Ghingo W. Brooks is the Vice-President of Enrollment Management and Student Services at Malcolm X College, One of the City Colleges of Chicago.His responsibilities include preparing budgets, strategic plans, and managing a division of 39 full-time and 55 part-time employees who deliver direct services to students (including academic advising, admissions, registration, financial aid, placement testing, workforce development center, academic support center, library, and special needs center).Additionally his office oversees the planning, organizing, and execution of student activities, recruitment strategies, Latino Center programs and services, admission of International students, Veterans Programs, Public Relations, Athletic Department, and operation of the college=s Day Care Center.Additionally, as a member of the President=s Executive Council, he is instrumental in the development and implementation of college-wide policies and procedures.Malcolm X College is a community college providing the first two years of a baccalaureate degree, occupational and distance learning courses with an overall enrollment of almost 3,500 college credit, and 8,000 non-credit students. Prior to this appointment, Ghingo served as the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Student Development at Harold Washington College from October, 1992, to 1995.Mr. Brooks has advanced to higher responsibility throughout his career with the City Colleges of Chicago which started in August 1978, nearly 22 years of service to the second largest community college system in the United States.Mr. Brooks began his career with City Colleges of Chicago at Malcolm X College in August 1978 after having worked at the University of Illinois - Chicago. NewsStaffGhingo Brooks - Vice PresidentStudent Development & EnrollmentRoom email@example.com
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Ghingo W. Brooks, the president of Malcolm X College, has been visiting the Center with his son for several months as part of a rites of passage program.
Ghingo Brooks, the President of Malcolm X College, engaged me.
I was moved by his concern for, in my words, the ethnic cleansing of Black Chicago, the most downcast conditions that I know of, and I think surely a place to attract those who seek the Kingdom of Heaven. He sent me to the Human Resources department. Later, I thought, what would I truly want, and I wrote of my wish to start a Center for Self Learners which might be affiliated with Malcolm X College and his Karnak Wellness Institute.
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Ghingo Brooks, vice president for enrollment management and student services at Malcolm X, lamented what's transpired. "I've bragged about him for years," Brooks said.
Illinois Academic Advisors' Association 2004 CONFERENCE
Keynote Speaker: Ghingo Brooks, Vice President, Student Services & Enrollment Management, Malcolm X CollegeGhingo W. Brooks has had more than 25 years experience in academia.In his current position as the Vice-President of Enrollment Management and Student Services at Malcolm X College, he manages a large division of employees who deliver direct services to students.Mr. Brooks is responsible for assuring such services as academic advising, admissions/one-stop enrollment, registration, financial aid, career development and assessment, tutoring and computer assisted instruction.He is a member of the President's Executive Council and is instrumental in the development and implementation of college-wide policies and procedures.Mr. Brooks donates his time and energy to several professional, social and community affiliations including the Illinois Council of Community College Administrators, Cooperative Education Association, Illinois Vocational Education Association and the Illinois Association of Black Americans in Vocational Education.He has also served as a United Way-Community Needs Assessment Committee person, and board member for the Henry Booth House Families with a Future Network and the Elliot Donnelley Youth Center.Recently, Ghingo was selected a winner of the prestigious Kathy Osterman Award for public service.Ghingo Brooks holds a Master of Arts in Public Administration from Northern Illinois University, a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Illinois State University and an Associate of Arts from Kennedy-King College.