Isaac McCoy

Dean of the School of Business

Stillman College

Isaac McCoy

Dean of the School of Business

Stillman College

William Isaac McCoy
Email: isaac@thejamiigroup.com or imccoy@stillman.edu
Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/isaacmccoy/

William Isaac McCoy, who goes by “Isaac,” is an educator, professional mentor, and business development executive skilled at navigating the busy intersection of nonprofits, public entities, corporations, and social impact investments. A former White House Appointee in the Obama Administration, leading economic policies and initiatives to support the growth and sustainability of minority-owned businesses, Isaac is the co-founder of the Jamii Group, a social impact and business development firm. The Jamii Group is committed to helping business leaders create greater opportunities for themselves, redefine their competitive edge and impact their company's triple bottom line: financial, social and environmental, with efficiency and ease. Selected by U.S. State Department, Isaac serves as a Global Innovation Fellow. Global Innovation Fellows are emerging entrepreneurs and innovators who are committed to international dialogue that promotes shared economic prosperity and inclusive innovation in and between American and Chinese markets. Dedicated to educating the next generation of business leaders and influencers, Isaac serves as the Dean of the School of Business at historic Stillman College. As Dean, his vision and strategy to achieve the School of Business’ goals & objectives focuses on these areas: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Technology, Accreditation, Fundraising, Globalization, and Civic Engagement and Responsibility.

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15 to Finish

Boost the number of students who are on track for on-time graduation by encouraging enrollment in 15 credits each semester (30 credits per year, including summers). Financial aid dollars, as well as institutional process and practice, should support that standard.

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Build momentum so students meet first-year benchmarks: informed choice of meta major or major, enrollment in 30 credits with nine in the program of study and completion of gateway courses. Provide early support and guidance for decision making, using interest assessments and labor-market data.

Academic Maps with Proactive Advising

Default students onto highly-structured academic maps that include 15 credits per semester (or 30 per year), indicate milestone and pre-requisite courses, and empower advisors to effectively monitor progress and provide intervention as needed.

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Increase degree attainment by inviting adult learners back to complete their education, providing a redesigned system that offers accelerated courses, year-round enrollment and predictable schedules. Give credit for prior learning and experience and additional support to help students navigate the system.

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