Center for Teaching Excellence


   The Glenn Hunt Center for 
Teaching Excellence 

​​At Riverside City College, the Glenn Hunt Center for Teaching Excellence has a variety of resources for faculty to utilize while pursuing their professional d​evelopment activities.

​There are workshops held in the Glenn Hunt Center monthly on various topics. Several desktop computers are available for use in the Faculty Computer Lab, with connection to printers. We also offer a quiet, student-free, space to prepare for class, grade assignments, or take a break between classes. 

​Resources at faculty members' disposal include, but are not limited to; SCANTRON machines, computers, printers, a small refrigerator, microwave, coffee machine, and water. We also have a supply of "scratchers" (a.k.a. Instant Feedback Test Forms), Scantrons, and Item Analysis for use at no cost to faculty.

​There is also a library of books and audio books donated by faculty and others available for check out (We welcome new donations to add to this collection). For the most up-to-date list of Equipment available for check out, including LCD projectors and clickers, please select the Equipment link available under Resources. 
   Access to the Hunt Center
   Location: DL 403, Fourth floor of the Salvatore G. Rotella Digital Library
  ​ Hours of Operation:
   Monday-Wednesday: 12:00pm-5:00pm
   Thursday: 12:00pm-4:30pm

  ​For access to the center outside of hours of operation faculty may obtain   an access code at the Library Circulation Desk, located on the second       floor. 
  Faculty Development Mission Statement

​It is our mission to support Full-time and Associate faculty with resources toward professional development, facilitate the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, and promote exposure to current and innovative strategies for teaching and learning.   
​​ Philosophy 
​​It is our belief that enhancing faculty abilities as a teacher, professional/scholar and individual is key to maintaining and improving 
​​the quality of teaching and learning.The need for creating lifelong learning begins with an empowered faculty. The Glenn Hunt Center for Teaching Excellence exists toward empowering faculty as a  ​

  • Teacher: Including, but not limited to, teacher/student interaction, classroom organization, presentation skills and assessment. 
  • Professional/Scholar: Including, but not limited to, committee work, grant writing, publishing and professional growth activities.
  • Individual: Including all aspects of growth which promote health 
    and well being.