In the month ending Jan. 9, the TCC.edu website had more than one and a half million pageviews, and two of the more visited pages were “admissions” and “financial aid.” It’s clear that the revamp of the website, which we will undertake this year, will focus heavily on how students use the website, how they WANT to use the website and how the website can best move them from prospects to applicants to students.
If you want to inform that discussion, apply to be on TCC’s new Web Advisory Council. The council will act as a sounding board in the development of the new website, as well as bring ideas and information to the table about the structure and content of TCC.edu.
The goal of the WAC (we hesitate to call it the “whack”) is to bring diverse viewpoints and experiences to those who are charged with managing our public web presence. The council will comprise faculty and administrators, as well as representatives from all corners of the college, and also a student. It will operate under the auspices of the Office of Institutional Advancement.
Students: we need your participation, too! Here’s your nomination form.