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Equity of College Access — A New Vision of Dual Enrollment For All


Jan 15, 2020 08:22 AM

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Pete Lacey
Vice President of Student Services @St. Clair County Community College (SC4)
Pete Lacey is the Vice President of Student Services at St. Clair County Community College (SC4) responsible for the oversight of admissions, advising, athletics, college housing, disability support services, enrollment services, financial aid, records, TRIO SSS program, student clubs, and tutoring. During his 24 years at SC4, he’s worked in a variety of student services areas and has also taught Business courses. He holds a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Business Administration from Saginaw Valley State University and an Associate of Arts from Macomb Community College. He is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at Ferris State University. Contact Information Pete Lacey Vice President of Student Services St. Clair County Community College (SC4) 323 Erie Street P.O. Box 5015 Port Huron, MI 48061-5015 Email: placey@sc4.edu Office: 810-989-5561 Cell: 810-300-0170
Jessica Stewart
Admissions Representative @St. Clair County Community College
Jessica Stewart is an Admissions Representative who recruits, advises, and assists in the registration of new students. She works closely with the high school guest population to provide support to dual enrollment and middle college students. Jessica has been with St. Clair County Community College for 6 years.
Jamie Jacobs
Deputy Director @Michigan College Access Network
Jamie Jacobs serves as the deputy director for the Michigan College Access Network. She holds a master’s degree in student affairs administration at Michigan State University where she also completed her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Jamie is interested in examining college access and success from both the local community/K-12 system and higher education perspectives; particularly focused on first-generation students, low-income students, and students of color. She is involved with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lansing and spends much of her spare time training for her next triathlon.