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College Strategic Plan ~ New in 2019

Thinking strategically within a new framework

  • The College Strategic Plan (CSP), is a 5-year planning document and is distinct from the longer-term Educational Master Plan.  Work on the Educational Master Plan was completed in early 2013, projecting future needs of educational programs, support services, and facilities through the year 2025.
  • The new strategic framework was developed through a year long process beginning in April 2018. A committee of Faculty, Staff and Administration sought design of a living document with broad appeal, appropriate for a 21st Century college, that would address the Chancellor's Office's Vision for Success as well as our Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Guided Pathways. The framework was adopted by the Governing Board on August 5, 2019.

Defining the Strategic Goal Themes

Action Area →

Strategic Goal Theme ↓

1. Completion and Transfer 2. Career Preparation 3. Ensure Relevant Learning and High Quality Services 4. Equitable Access and Success

A. Policies and Practices

Promote policies, practices, and college activities that increase completion rates by 20 percent, transfers by 35 percent, ensure 70 percent of students obtain living wage jobs or transfer in their chosen field of study, and eliminate access and achievement gaps for students.

B. Professional Development

Promote professional development policies, practices, and activities that help the college meet completion, transfer, and labor market outcomes for its students and that help improve equitable access and achievement gaps.

C. Communication and Community Engagement

Communicate the college’s plans and engage with community stakeholders as we craft policies, practices, and activities that address the measurable strategic goals of the college.

D. Technical and Physical Resources

Promote the acquisition, renovation and/or replacement of technical and physical resources that provide high quality services and relevant learning to students, resulting in the attainment of the measurable strategic goals of the college.

E. Human Resources

Promote, hire, and organize faculty, staff, and managers to help the college meet its measurable strategic goals for student completion, transfer, labor market outcomes and equitable access and achievement.

How Vision for Success and KPIs relate to the matrix

Action Area →

1. Completion and Transfer 2. Career Preparation 3. Ensure Relevant Learning and High Quality Services 4. Equitable Access and Success
Chancellor's Office Vision for Success Goals are addressed in these Action Areas

VfS #1
VfS #2
VfS #3

VfS #4


VfS #5
VfS #6

 

Action Area →

1. Completion and Transfer 2. Career Preparation 3. Ensure Relevant Learning and High Quality Services 4. Equitable Access and Success

KPI #3
KPI #6

 

KPI #2
KPI #4
KPI #5

KPI #1
KPI #7

How to use and apply this framework

  • This matrix can be applied on a macro level to Institutional plans,
    as outlined in the annual goals of Participatory Governance committees, and on a micro level as divisions and departments submit Resource Requests for Comprehensive Program Plans and Annual Updates
  • Every cell in the matrix need not be filled in, but every goal must relate to at least one cell.
  • Reference the cell (A1, C3, E2 etc) when detailing your plan/goal.

Action Area →


Strategic Goal Theme ↓

1. Completion and Transfer

2.
Career Preparation

3.
Ensure Relevant Learning and High Quality Services

4. Equitable Access and Success

A. Policies and Practices

A1

A2

A3

A4

B. Professional Development

B1

B2

B3

B4

C. Communication and Community Engagement

C1

C2

C3

C4

D. Technical and Physical Resources

D1

D2

D3

D4

E. Human Resources

E1

E2

E3

E4


 

 

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