FSCC Welcomes Adam Borth as Vice President of Academic Affairs

FSCC Welcomes Adam Borth as Vice President of Academic Affairs

Fort Scott, Kan.—Fort Scott Community College is pleased to welcome Adam Borth as the FSCC Vice President of Academic Affairs.
 
“I am extremely excited to join the FSCC team and immerse myself into the Fort Scott community,” said Borth. “The opportunity to work with the faculty, staff, and administration to continue providing a quality education to meet the needs of Fort Scott and the surrounding areas, while creating new and innovative opportunities, continues to build my passion and enthusiasm for FSCC.”
 
Before joining FSCC, Borth was the dean of humanities and social sciences at Seward County Community College (SCCC), where he also taught humanities and social science courses. He previously served as the director of research and assessment at SCCC. Before his time at SCCC, he was the communications director and humanities department instructor at Cowley County Community College for seven years. Borth also previously worked at Northwestern Oklahoma State University as an admissions representative.
 
Since November 2014, Borth has served as the president of the Kansas Association of AQIP Schools. In this role, he provides guidance and leadership for quality improvement for accreditation purposes, facilitates meetings, and serves as a liaison for institutional communications.
 
Borth was a recipient of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Excellence Award in 2012. He has participated in the Kansas Community College Leadership Institute and the Seward County Community College Emerging Leadership Experience. He served as a board member of the Baker Arts Center and as a member of the Winfield High School advisory committee, Arkansas City High School advisory committee, and the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. Borth has also volunteered for Habitat for Humanity.
 
Borth holds a bachelor of science degree in mass communications and a master of education degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. He is currently completing his dissertation for a doctor of education degree in educational leadership from Baker University.