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Quality Texas…

Quality Texas Foundation has identified St. Philip's College among 15 organizations demonstrating strong and noteworthy capacities for dedication to quality and high performance.
Quality Texas Foundation

Quality Texas Foundation Honors SPC with Achievement Level Recognition

A foundation that builds the capacities and capabilities of businesses to serve has identified St. Philip's College among 15 organizations demonstrating strong and noteworthy capacities for dedication to quality and high performance.

Today St. Philip's College announced it has received Achievement Level Recognition from the Quality Texas Foundation for the second time. According to the foundation, in 2017 St. Philip's College has well-deployed, effective, systematic approaches to organizational management, with good performance levels and trends evaluated against industry standards. This award establishes St. Philip's College as a consistent leader in student success, and a recognized state role model for achieving sustained performance excellence, organizers at the college said.

The foundation’s recognition is ceremonially presented to college representatives during the foundation's 2017 awards luncheon June 25-27 in the Westin Hotel in Houston. This event is the official forum for sharing exceptional performance management practices among award recipients and guests.

As a result of assessment against Texas Award for Performance Excellence criteria, important capacities at St. Philip's College are documented. St. Philip's College is dedicated to realizing its vision of setting the standard for achieving excellence in student success that results in a vibrant, cohesive, and sustainable community, according to the college's Texas Award for Performance Excellence web page. To meet that end, St. Philip’s College is using the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award criteria for performance excellence. Part of this journey includes the Texas Award for Performance Excellence where St. Philip’s College received an Achievement Level award (2013) and was recognized in the areas of Leadership, Strategic Planning, Student/Stakeholder Focus and Workforce Focus.

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