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Title: POLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE


1
POLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Convocation January 2005
  • Happy New Year!

2
Goal 1 Establish an Identity for PCC Derived
From Its Vision, Mission, and Purpose Statement.
  • College-wide Objectives
  • Identify reasons why students attend PCC and
    other postsecondary institutions.
  • Identify reasons why business partners choose to
    work with PCC.
  • Establish an identity (brand) that projects the
    PCC Mission, Vision and Purpose.
  • Incorporate the identity (brand) into all
    marketing strategies and communication from the
    college.

3
Goal 1 Continued …
Measures The top 5 reasons why students enroll
at PCC (2003 ACT Student Opinion Survey)
  • Convenient location
  • Offered the courses I wanted
  • Low cost of attending the college
  • Could work while attending college
  • Good chance of personal success

4
Goal 1 Continued …
  • Measures Student Rating of Education at PCC

CCSSE 2004
5
Goal 1 Continued …
  • Measures Community College Survey of Student
    Engagement

6
Goal 2 - Increase The Percentage of Polk County
Residents Accessing Education at PCC.
  • College-wide Objectives
  • To increase the percentage of Polk County High
    School graduates that enroll at PCC immediately
    after graduation.
  • To increase the number of Polk County residents
    that enroll at PCC.
  • To increase the percentage of PCC students who
    are retained through program completion.

7
Goal 2 Continued …
  • Measures Student enrollment increased in fiscal
    year 2003-2004 to the highest FTE in PCCs
    history.

8
Goal 2 Continued …
Measures PCC is expected to continue the trend
of accelerated FTE (30) growth for the coming
years.
9
Goal 2 Continued …
  • Measures The number of students attending PCC
    classes was again close to 20,000 in 2004.

10
Goal 2 Continued …
Measures Full-Time/Part-Time Credit Enrollment
11
Goal 2 Continued …
Measures Age Distribution for Credit Students
12
Goal 2 Continued …
  • Measures Student Diversity at PCC (2002-2004)


13
Goal 3 Strengthen Academic Excellence.
  • College-wide Objectives
  • A positive annual trend of College Level Academic
    Skills Test (CLAST) success will be demonstrated.
  • To increase the success rates and retention rates
    for first time in college students.
  • To maintain the current college performance as
    reflected in the current accountability report in
    licensure and vocational placement rates.
  • PCC students transferring to the University
    System will perform academically at a higher
    level than native SUS students or other community
    college transfers.

14
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures PCC maintains CLAST success

15
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures The success rate for first time in
    college students after 3 years is almost 87 in
    2004.

( with gt 18 credits, graduated, enrolled or
left in good standing)
16
Goal 3 Strengthen Academic Excellence.
  • Measures College Readiness of Polk County HS
    Students

In all 3 subjects Math, Reading, and Writing
17
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures PCC Ranking in Student Retention

18
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures 95 of PCC students will pass relevant
    licensure or certification examinations and PCC
    will maintain its position in the top 3 Florida
    Community Colleges for licensure pass rates.

19
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measure Excellence in Nursing Education

20
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures 80 of PCC program completers will be
    placed in related employment and after 3 years,
    PCC will be positioned in the top 5 Florida
    Community Colleges for placement.

21
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures After 3 years, the percentage of PCC
    students who earn a GPA greater than 2.5 after
    transfer to the State University System will be
    above the State average.

Rank 26 Rank 5 Rank 24
Rank 11 Rank 17
22
Goal 3 Continued …
  • Measures PCC students perform on average at the
    same level than university natives (SUS) and
    somewhat better than USF natives. AS students
    perform better than others.

FLDOE Accountability Measures 2003
GPA Average 2.95 2.93
3.18 2.98 2.9
23
Goal 4 Meet the Workforce Education Needs of
Business, Industry and Economic Development
Partners.
  • College-wide Objectives
  • To systematically align existing and proposed
    career programs with the needs of the Polk County
    business community.
  • To increase enrollment in present Workforce
    Development programs.

24
Goal 4 Continued …
  • Measures One hundred percent of Associate
    Science, Postsecondary Adult Vocational and
    Postsecondary Vocational Certificate programs
    will be on the Targeted Occupations List provided
    by Enterprise Florida.

Result 100 of PCCs programs are on the
Targeted Occupations List and are approved by
Polk Works for Individual Training Accounts.
25
Goal 4 Continued …
  • Measure 1 95 of students will pass relevant
    licensure or certification examinations and PCC
    will maintain its position in the top 3 Florida
    Community Colleges for licensure pass rates.

Result As noted in Goal 3
Measure 2 80 of PCC program completers will
be placed in related employment and after 3
years, PCC will be positioned in the top 5
Florida Community Colleges for placement.
Result As noted in Goal 3
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Goal 5 Establish an Organizational Environment
for Continuous Improvement.
  • College-wide Objectives
  • All faculty and staff will engage in ongoing
    training and/or professional development.
  • Every employee and student will feel appreciated
    and valued as a vital part of PCC.
  • Implement an Institutional Effectiveness
    initiative that supports PCCs Strategic Planning
    Process.

27
Goal 5 Continued …
  • Measures Improving Conditions for Student
    Success
  • PCCs success rate for first time in college
    students has reached 86.7 almost 2 above FCCS
    average
  • PCCs transfer rate is with 10 well above the
    FCCS average of 8.76 (IPEDS 2003)
  • PCCs retention rate is 82.8 more than 5.5
    above the FCCS average (SREB 2003)

28
Goal 5 Continued …
Measure Keeping salaries ahead of CPI increase
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Additional Information Employee Demographics
30
Additional Information State Funding Per FTE
31
2004 DBOT Planning Retreat Top 7 Hot Topics
Selected Strategies
  • Explore new locations for campuses or educational
    centers
  • Utilize city planner data to identify growth
    trends and potential sites
  • Partner with Polk Vision, Inc. and its emphasis
    on higher education to find new ways to increase
    enrollment via improved access
  • Explore potential for making use of the
    facilities of schools or churches or establish
    storefront locations.
  • Number of sites depends on growth
  • Develop plan/model such as the Master Plan for
    which there is currently an RFP
  • Pursue both the Northeast and Northwest options
    first where growth is greatest

32
Hot Topics (Cont.)
  • Enhance staff diversity
  • Utilize Seek to have the body of employees mirror
    the countys diversity/demographic
  • Explore plans to grow/develop our own faculty and
    staff locally (career path/guidance)
  • Develop active plan to attract additional
    qualified minority faculty
  • Update the PCC diversity plan
  • Seek financial resources to assist in faculty
    pay, such as more endowed chairs or outside funds
    for certain faculty in high demand areas
  • Consider attracting qualified retirees who could
    teach
  • Develop plan to identify attract more minority
    Adjuncts

33
Hot Topics (Cont.)
  • Student Services
  • Continue customer service/diversity training
  • Continue to emphasize diversity within staff
  • Enhance retention rate for students
  • Monitor customer service by using satisfaction
    surveys
  • Seek ways to have more new student participation
    in orientation and offer more opportunities for
    orientations to increase student success
  • Continually seek to improve advising and expand
    career counseling
  • Encourage all employees to have a positive
    customer service attitude
  • Implement an effective plan to have one-stop
    services for students in WAD

34
Hot Topics (Cont.)
  • Brand Awareness Marketing
  • Conduct focus groups (and utilize results) for
    Hot Button brand statements
  • Review and expand the marketing plan
  • Measure effectiveness (continuous improvement
    test/retest)
  • Institutionalize a marketing attitude/awareness
    throughout the organization
  • Conclude branding committee work
  • Communicate the brand promise with
  • CD/DVD
  • PR (aggressive)
  • Web presence

35
Hot Topics (Cont.)
  • Develop a close working relationship with new
    school superintendent
  • Make certain she is frequently invited to campus
    and introduced to campus life and academic
    programs
  • Develop opportunities for shared events
  • Schedule regular interaction between
    administrators (joint meetings/data sharing)
  • Encourage volunteerism by PCC faculty and staff
    in K-12 system
  • Build relationship at the top first (w/ business
    support)
  • Develop more frequent opportunities to work with
    high school counselors
  • Consider hosting a joint retreat on common
    education issues with facilitator

36
Hot Topics (Cont.)
  • Untapped adult education
  • Develop marketing strategies to reach working
    adults
  • Build partnerships with other groups such as Polk
    Works, Polk Vision, and others who share common
    goals of an educated workforce
  • Attract more high school graduates
  • Need to increase the percentage of high school
    graduates who go to college to achieve the
    national average or above
  • Seek to enroll at more than half of those college
    bound graduates at PCC

37
Hurricane Damages
FCCRMC MEMBER DAMAGES BY COLLEGE (11/02/04)
NOTE Estimated damages will vary as
construction and repairs proceed.
38
Hurricane Damages (Cont.)
NOTE Estimated damages will vary as
construction and repairs proceed.
39
Hurricane Damages (Cont.)
NOTE Estimated damages will vary as
construction and repairs proceed.
40
Hurricane Related Fee Revenue Loss
41
Hurricane Related Reimbursements
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Thank You
PCC
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