TenureTenure Assistance Program (TAP) process at City Colleges of Chicago.

Academic and Student Affairs recognizes and affirms the important role the tenure process plays at City Colleges of Chicago. 

In the Fall of 2013 City Colleges of Chicago implemented the Tenure Assistance Program (TAP).  This support structure was implemented for all full-time faculty hired to begin teaching in Fall 2013.  Full-time faculty hired to teach before Fall 2013 followed the existing tenure process. 

Academic and Student Affairs ensures ethical, rigorous, and fair tenure standards across all seven of the City Colleges and is committed to supporting faculty pursuing tenure. On this website, you will find information, training materials, procedures, and forms that support the tenure process at City Colleges of Chicago. 

Contact Us       

Name Email Location
Monica Freeland, Executive Director of Academic Affairs mfreeland@ccc.edu​ District Office
​Robyn Hill, Senior Project Manager of Faculty Development rhill122@ccc.edu ​District Office
Sud​ipta Roy, District-Wide TAP Coordinator sroy4@ccc.edu   Olive-Harvey
​Khalilah Watson, TAP Leader & Second Semester Seminar Coordinator ​​kwatson23@ccc.edu ​Olive-Harvey
Kate Lally, TAP Leader klally@ccc.edu​​ Daley
Michal Eskayo, TAP Leader meskayo@ccc.edu Harold Washington
​Juanita Del Toro, Tenure Orientation Seminar Coordinator  jdeltoro5@ccc.edu ​Harold Washington
​Kyatonia Reaves, TAP Leader kreaves5@ccc.edu​ ​Kennedy-King
Naima Dawson, TAP Leader ndawson2@ccc.edu Kennedy-King
​Megan Craig, TAP Leader mcraig20@ccc.edu ​Malcolm X
​Onna Ford-Kendrick, TAP Leader & Tenure Orientation Seminar Coordinator ofordkendrick@ccc.edu​ ​Malcolm X
​Susan Neal, TAP Leader sneal37@ccc.edu ​Malcolm X
​Rachel Robbins, TAP Leader rslotnick@ccc.edu ​Malcolm X
​Anne Close, TAP Leader & Second Semester Seminar Coordinator aclose@ccc.edu ​Truman
Laurie Alfaro, TAP Leader lalfaro17@ccc.edu Wright