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Title: Presidents quarterly update


1
Presidents quarterly update
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • June 2008

2
BRIEF SUMMARY
  • Improving Communications Purpose of Updates
  • Mission, Vision, and Strategic Plan
  • FY09 Budget
  • Enrollment
  • Achieving the Dream
  • Construction Update
  • Legislative Work
  • Sports
  • Community Connections
  • Looking ahead

3
Improving communications
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

4
PRESIDENTS QUARTERLY UPDATES
  • In an effort to operate the College in more
    transparent way, as well as to improve
    communications on campus
  • Presidents Quarterly Updates will augment our
    current communications so as to provide an
    opportunity to inform everyone on initiatives, an
    opportunity for questions/discussion, and promote
    institutional alignment to advance the mission of
    the College. 

5
PRESIDENTS QUARTERLY UPDATES
  • I believe that we have an opportunity before us
    to really advance JCC as a world-class
    institution of higher education (IHE). 
  • My hope is that we will gain a broader
    understanding of what is going on around our
    district, why it is occurring, how decisions
    impact each of us, and most importantly, how
    students are affected

6
REFORMATTING
  • As a result of the findings of the PACE study,
    and later findings of the HR-led focus groupsI
    am committed to improving communications and
    being more transparent.
  • Installation of Presidents Quarterly Update
    (taped for later viewing)
  • Elimination of Coffee and Conversation
  • Reformatting of Presidents Council
  • Posting of minutes

7
MISSION
  • Jackson Community College is an institution of
    higher education whose mission is to assist
    learners in identifying and achieving their
    educational goals.
  • NEW ADDITION
  • Enable learners to become globally aware and
    engaged.
  • Enable learners to develop skills associated with
    sustainability.

8
VISION
  • Jackson Community College is a world-class
    institution of higher learning where learners
    succeed and community needs are met.
  • NEW ADDITION
  • Advances its economic, social, and environmental
    sustainability (i.e., triple bottom line)

9
alignment
Q3-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

10
STRATEGIC PLAN - INTENT
  • By virtue of its strategic plan, Jackson
    Community College (JCC) intends to help create a
    positive, meaningful, and purposeful future. The
    College will achieve this objective by
  • providing world-class education and training,
  • highlighting critical social and global issues,
  • increasing civic and service activities, and
  • involving our students, employees, and various
    communities in the advancement of higher
    education in the region.
  • The creation of the enclosed strategic plan
    provided for broad-based input, diverse
    perspectives, as well as an urgency about the
    future and the Colleges role in it. With the
    aid of a facilitator, we sought to be intentional
    about a preferred future and undertook an
    uncommon approach to provide a physical,
    financial, and organizational framework for that
    future.

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STRATEGIC PLAN
  • Individually, the components of the strategic
    plan provide a five-year view for accomplishing
    and sustaining the mission of the Jackson
    Community College. Collectively, they provide
    inspiration, clarity, and hope.
  • FY09-13 Strategic Plan approved by Board on June
    9
  • JCC students will be prepared for college level
    work.
  • JCC will invest in high demand occupational
    programs and transfer courses. 
  • JCC will build a sustainable organization.
  • JCC will continue to operate under an intentional
    growth model.
  • JCC will improve student lives through advancing
    the student success agenda.
  • JCC will assist in advancing the vitality of the
    communities we serve through service, leadership
    and collaboration.
  • Strategic Initiatives are being developed by
    departments for implementation July 1, 2008

12
PRESIDENTS SCORECARD
  • http//www.jccmi.edu/institutionalresearch/

13
CONSTITUTION OF ALIGNMENT
14
BUDGET
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

15
BUDGET FY08 vs FY09
16
PRESIDENTS CONTRACT
  • Extension of contract 1 year (to 2011)
  • 2.7 Salary Increase
  • 4000 Performance Award
  • CORRECTIONS TO ARTICLES
  • 5.4 includes salaries and new positions
  • Salaries, benefits, and retirement make up 66.7
    of expenses
  • 3-year contract expires 2011

17
ENROLLMENT
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

18
CAMPUS/CENTER ENROLLMENT Spring FY08
Source Office of Institutional Research Spring
2008 Daily Comparison, June 6, 2008
19
CURRENT ENROLLMENT Spring FY08
Source Office of Institutional Research Spring
2008 Daily Comparison, June 6, 2008
20
YEAR-TO-DATE ENROLLMENT Spring FY08
Source Office of Institutional Research Spring
2008 Daily Comparison, June 6, 2008
21
STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICSSpring FY08
Color indicates YTD, 06.06.08
Source Office of Institutional Research June
6, 2008
22
Achieving the dream
Q3-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

23
ACHIEVING THE DREAM
  • 50 first year 100k per year over four years
  • Grant Proposal submitted, Awaiting formal
    notification
  • Interventions identified
  • Reduce class size of developmental Math courses
  • Advise prescriptive scheduling
  • Utilize learning communities
  • Introduce Supplemental Instruction
  • Coaches visit again August 14 and 15

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The Statistic that causes concern
  • The largest growing area of the College is in our
    Foundation Studies area (i.e., pre-college level
    classes for many of our 18-19 year old students).
  • This requires a large investment in resources in
    an already limited budget.
  • Their academic standing places them at a
    significant disadvantage for achieving their
    goals

25
Developmental Education Trends - JCC
  • For the past several years, the number of
    students requiring developmental education has
    been increasing.
  • A high proportion of high school graduates have
    development education needs upon entering JCC

26
Math 120
  • 8 of 10 Michigan Community Colleges surveyed
    consider beginning algebra as developmental
  • Beginning Algebra at JCC covers the content of
    high school Algebra I
  • Without the skills and knowledge of beginning
    algebra, students are not ready for college level
    algebra.

27
New Students Placing into Developmental Education
  • 60 of all new students (Fall 05) placed into at
    least one developmental course (reading, writing,
    and/or math)
  • Of these, 54 placed into two developmental
    education courses
  • 57 of students who placed into all three
    developmental courses were between 18 and 19
    years.
  • 60 of 18-19 year old students had at least one
    developmental education requirement.
  • students entering in Fall 2005 cohort

28
Development Education Trends - Nationally
  • Need for developmental education continues to
    increase
  • Specifically, the number of freshman requiring
    remediation is on the rise 42

Source US Department of Education, National
Center for Education Statistics
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Jccs Developmental Education student population
  • Higher percentage of males, students of color and
    traditional-age students (under 25) place into
    reading and writing
  • In math courses, we saw a higher percentage of
    females, students of color and traditional-age
    students.

30
Perception of college preparedness...
  • How well do you think your state's standards
    prepare students for college-level work in your
    content areas?
  • High school teachers and college teachers have a
    disparate opinion regarding college readiness

ACT National Curriculum Survey, 2005-06
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Nation-wide Concern
  • 35 College instructors and 42 high school
    teachers agree that students are worse now than
    5-10 year ago, as it relates to college-level
    preparedness (ACT National Curriculum Survey
    Results, 2005-06)
  • There is widespread disaffection nationwide for
    the numbers, both of recent high school graduates
    and of returning students, who show up
    under-prepared for the reality of freshman level
    work. (John E.Roueche, CC Weekly, 4.1.08)

32
Global Competition
  • Number of 4.0 high school students in China
    exceed the total number of high school students
    in America.
  • The 2002 literacy rate in China is 91
  • Students in China attend school nine hours a day,
    year round.
  • Last year, China graduated 30,000 engineers the
    US graduated 3,000.

33
Academic Performance Jackson County
  • 618 (36.0) 2006 HS Grad attending JCCin AY
    2006-07
  • Developmental Requirements
  • 27 writing
  • 42 reading
  • 32 math (42 require beginning algebra) 
  • 612,314 in Financial Aid

34
Persistence Rates
  • The more developmental education requirement a
    student has, the lower the persistence rate

35
Other solutions
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

36
At-Risk Students
  • Foundation Studies and the Center for Student
    Success focused on developmental education,
    tutoring, advising, and counseling
  • College Incentive Program (CIP) dedicated to
    awarding financial assistance and advising to
    socio-economically challenged students beginning
    in the 6th grade
  • Early Alert intervention processes where students
    who are struggling academically are contacted
    early and provided with resources to assist in
    their success
  • Scholarships offered to students who find
    themselves in situations which may otherwise
    cause them to withdraw.

37
Legacy
  • Provides 3,000 scholarships for Jackson County
    high school graduates commencing their post
    secondary education at Jackson County
    Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) for the
    first two years of their schooling.
  • Extendable to second year, ff a student maintains
    the required grade point average (2.5) while
    attending full time and performs 80 hours of
    verified community service within the calendar
    year,
  • It promotes economic development and student
    achievement
  • Student Access Center will be open in 45 days

38
Connect EDU
  • Connect EDU
  • Free
  • Connect! helps manage students tasks, deadlines,
    and progress from one simple and easy-to-use
    interface
  • Fosters a go-to-college culture
  • Increases linkages between local schools and JCC
  • Promotes career planning by students
  • Five Jackson schools have connected, others are
    still deciding

39
Dual Enrollment
  • Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity to
    connect or bridge high school students and
    colleges
  • Dual Enrollment at JCC has been declining.

40
EXCELLENCE INITIATIVES
  • African American Male Summit
  • 160 participants
  • Affinity Diagram being completed
  • Next Steps/Follow-up summit under discussion
  • College Incentive Program
  • 104 students
  • Finals Week
  • Career Fair

41
academics
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

42
STUDENT SUCCESSES
  • Commencement
  • Nearly 903 graduates (07SP, 08FL, 08WN)
  • Approximately 250 participated in commencement
  • Excellence in Learning
  • More than 300 students recognized for academic
    achievement

43
legislation
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

44
LEGISLATIVE WORK
  • Weiner and Associates Legislative Consultant
  • Applied baccalaureate degree legislation SB1329
  • Bill to amend Community College Act of 1966 to
    allow baccalaureate degrees in an applied
    technical field at CCs.
  • Michigan New Jobs Training
  • Nursing Capacity Expansion

45
LEGISLATIVE WORK
  • Appropriations for Community Colleges SB1093
  • Capital Outlay 21.9M
  • Phase 2 of Whiting Hall
  • Expand Nursing and Allied Health programs
  • Create new programs in Advanced Manufacturing,
    Alternative Energy and Lean Manufacturing
  • Separated from airports funding, may know by
    August

46
athletics
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

47
SPORTS
  • JCC schedules http//www.jccmi.edu/athletics
  • Katie Johnson (Columbia Central graduate, Big Ten
    Conference for MSU) has been named assistant
    coach for Volleyball, Fall 2008.
  • Soccer tryouts start June 10 and 11 for Fall 2008
  • Andy Hosmer will join the sports staff as head
    coach for womens soccer most recently coached
    at Columbia Central High School)

48
construction
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

49
CONSTRUCTION
  • Campus View 2
  • Bid Package 1 (site, concrete, and steel) issued
    for bid June 9, 2008
  • Bid Package 1 presented to Board at July 14, 2008
    meeting.
  • Ground breaking July 14 at 5PM
  • CEC Parking will be finished by end of week
  • Soccer Field finishing final grade Sod will be
    laid Friday and Saturday, weather permitting

50
Community connections
Q4-Fiscal 2008
  • Presidents Quarterly Update

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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Earth Day Campus Community
  • Downtown Planting
  • THANK YOU!!!!

52
COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
  • JCC sponsored events
  • Ladies Legacy Golf Outing
  • Boy Scouts Annual Dinner
  • March of Dimes Golf Outing
  • Citizen of the Year Awards Ceremony
  • March of Dimes Walk
  • Jets Hockey Golf Outing
  • 2008 JA Grand Prix
  • Fitness Council of Jackson's Smart Commute Day
  • JCC hosted events
  • Air Force Academy Band Concert
  • African American Male Summit
  • ManPower Presentation

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LOOKING AHEAD
  • Front Porch Concerts
  • Capital City Brass Band (June 19)
  • Summer Band Camp Finale (June 26)
  • Pre-Fourth of July Concert (July 1)
  • Annual Retiree Brunch and Faculty Facility
    Dedication (June 21)
  • CV2 Groundbreaking (July 14, 2008 5PM)
  • ATDI Coaches Visit (August 14-15, 2008)
  • Fall Convocation (September 15, 2008)
  • Housing Conference (October 2008)
  • AQIP Quality Site Visit (February 18-20, 2009)

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DISCUSSION
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