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Title: The Way Forward Strategic Planning


1
The Way Forward Strategic Planning
  • Status and Validation
  • March, 2005

2
The Way Forward
  • Unity
  • Standardization
  • Alignment
  • Funding
  • Facilities

3
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - Internal
  • Publication of Are You Ready for an Emergency? by
    Community Learning
  • Revised and updated Cooperative Work Experience
    Education Plan
  • Improved reemployment preference tracking for
    part-time faculty
  • Creation of joint Cuyamaca-Grossmont Forensics
    Team
  • Prerequisite enforcement procedures developed
    jointly
  • Joint Academic Senates advocacy for Equalization
    funding and Proposition R Bond Measure article
    published
  • Regional Data Sharing expanding
  • Transfer Centers collaborated on transfer success
    ULink and Transfer Achievement issues
  • 10th Annual Cuyamaca Career Fair with
    representatives from Cuyamaca, Grossmont, and
    GCCCD programs

4
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - External
  • Operations Management 2004 Safety Fair
  • First Regional Environmental Symposium
  • S.D. Green Business Program and the Negocio Verde
    Task Force
  • Del Mar Envior Fair
  • Western Regional Pollution Network Conference
  • USD Institution for Peace and Justice Clean
    Water Summit
  • Cuyamaca partnerships with S.D. County Health
    Human Svcs. Agency
  • 19th Annual High School Counselor
    Luncheon/Conference
  • EOPS/CARE - East County Resource Agencies
    partnership for the 14th Annual Parenting
    Conference
  • Cuyamaca College Special Funded Programs - County
    Office of Education partnership to foster Youth
    Services and EdFund

5
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - External (continued)
  • Cuyamaca College Environmental Technology
    Association American Red Cross partnership to
    assist with wildfire victims relief
  • Cuyamaca College collaborated with Heritage of
    the Americas Museum to host 9/11 Victims Memorial
    Quilt display
  • Cuyamaca College hosted the East County
    Leadership Program featuring District, Grossmont
    and Cuyamaca College leaders
  • San Diego Workforce Alliance (Biotechnology,
    Health Medical Services, Hospitality Visitor
    Services, Telecommunications)
  • Leadership and participation on Regional
    Occupational Deans Council

6
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Standardization
  • Student Forms Depot posting District-wide forms
    for students, such as Supplemental Residency
    Questionnaire
  • Admissions and Counseling at both Colleges
    collaborated to establish consistent procedures
    for petitions and disqualification
  • Cuyamaca College developed administrative
    guidelines (Insight Tricks Quick References)
    for district use
  • Cuyamaca Administrative Services developed
    prioritized Customer Service Booklet (How can we
    serve you better?) and Administrative Services
    brochure
  • Mid-term Accreditation reports submitted to the
    Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior
    Colleges
  • Removing Barriers
  • Improved load tracking and sharing of part time
    faculty assignments

7
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Alignment
  • Internal
  • Curriculum alignment procedures
  • Prerequisites alignment procedures
  • Aligned English Composition curriculum sequences
    adopted at both colleges
  • Articulation Officers from both Colleges
    collaborated to promote District course alignment
  • Grossmont and Cuyamaca Curriculum Committees
    jointly submitted common courses to the CSU and
    UC to ensure aligned articulation

8
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Funding
  • Cuyamaca College Automotive Department and the
    Automotive Service Council co-sponsored 25th
    Annual Skills Day High School automotive
    competition
  • Annual Scholarship Ceremony awarded over 126,000
    to students
  • DSPS High Tech Center received 7,500 grant from
    Grossmont Healthcare District to purchase
    assistive equipment for students
  • The Cuyamaca College Botanical Society Annual
    Scholarship Awards 28 scholarships 20,000
  • Cuyamaca College Foundation raised approx.
    20,000
  • The Sixth Annual Aggie Open Golf Tournament
    raised 13,000 to support the Cuyamaca College
    Ornamental Horticulture Program

9
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Funding - Grants
  • Federal Title III Strengthening Institutional
    Effectiveness 5-year grant - 1.75M
  • Science/Math Education and Student Success
    Congressional Award - 695,000
  • National Science Foundation -Telecommunications
    3-year grant - 882,804
  • SD Regional Environmental Business Resource
    Assistance Center - 178,875
  • Professional Development Academy - 366,969 (one
    year)
  • Child Development Center
  • Renovation and Repair Grant - 10,750
  • Pre-Kindergarten Resource (State of CA Child
    Devel Div) - 691
  • West Ed/Early Intervention - 1,500
  • Child Infant Toddler Resource - 1,834
  • CalWorks/TANF - 29,000 ( 40K CalWorks Child
    Care funds)
  • Enhancing Math/Science Education to Serve East
    County HS Students - 7,750

10
The Way Forward Cuyamaca College 2003 - 2004
  • Facilities
  • Communication Arts completed preliminary plans
  • Student Center concept design approved
  • Science Technology Mall working drawings
    approved at 60
  • Central Plant working drawings completed
  • Learning Resources Center Phase I IPP working
    drawings completed
  • Parking construction in process
  • Auto Technology Complex remodel in construction
    phase
  • Building O remodel bidding phase
  • Chevron Energy Conservation Phase II

11
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - Internal
  • Coordinated college-wide advocacy for
    Equalization and Prop R.
  • Conducted the 1st Annual Native Speakers Series
  • Four weeks of speakers topics and issues
    relevant to the Indian community.
  • Series had attendance of 472.
  • Collaborated with Admissions Records to notify
    adult reentry students of orientations,
    workshops, special information or announcements.
  • Developed and implemented a financial aid
    orientation.
  • Worked as a team with Grounds, Maintenance and
    District Maintenance departments to clean campus
    and grounds of fire debris in one and a half
    days.
  • Participated in Staff Development Week
    presentations of Printing Departments services
    including the website, featuring our online job
    submission.

12
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - External
  • Expanded outreach and articulation activities
    with K-12 school districts and postsecondary
    education institutions.
  • Collaborated with seven AOJ program advisory
    groups to promote academic excellence and meet
    contemporary community needs.
  • Identified two new clinical sites, one at UCSD
    Medical Center (the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)
    and one at Scripps Memorial Hospital, which
    provided expanded areas for clinical practice.
  • A partnership with Grossmont Hospital, Sharp
    Healthcare and the Respiratory Therapy program on
    a preceptorship/externship program. RT students
    would be mentored by Respiratory Therapists in
    the hospital setting.
  • Co-hosted the National Council on Education for
    the Ceramic Arts Conference.

13
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Unity - External (continued)
  • Hired an educational program specialist, parent
    liaison, educational case manager and two middle
    school teachers, for Cajon Valley Middle
    School/GEAR UP partnership.
  • Presented 15th Annual Grossmont College Pow-Wow.
  • Approximately 1200 people attended
  • Raised 3200 for Grossmont College American
    Indian Scholarship Fund.
  • Extended History Department and Grossmonts
    connections with the community through placement
    of 194 Community Service Learning students at a
    local middle school, two museums, a cultural
    center, and non-profit service providers.
  • Collaborated with Cuyamaca College and other
    Student Service Departments on joint-outreach
    efforts such as High School Application Days,
    Financial Aid presentations, and the EOPS Summer
    Readiness Program.

14
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Standardization
  • Participated in a scheduled Contract Monitoring
    Review by the Child Development Division, State
    Department of Education, which resulted in the
    Child Development Center being recognized for the
    quality of the organization and of the program.
  • Provided Neonatal Resuscitation Program training
    and certification for all first year students.
    This training enhances the neonatal clinical
    rotation and increases employability of the
    graduate.
  • Orthopedic Technology students successfully
    passed the nationwide exam for Ortho Techs with a
    96 pass rate - average nationwide pass rate was
    72.
  • Completed course outlines and competencies for
    the new ROP Personal Trainer/Group Exercise
    Leader program starting in Fall 2004.

15
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Standardization (continued)
  • Updated and approved official course outlines for
    all ASL courses.
  • Held monthly articulation meetings through
    Intersegmental Councils and the East County
    Transitions Consortium.
  • Organized monthly articulation meetings with
    Grossmont Union High School and SDSU.
  • Continued to increase on-line college
    application, with over 65 current utilization.
  • Expanded the articulation web page to include
    additional colleges and universities and more
    comprehensive information for existing schools.
  • Successfully utilized OSCAR (Online Services for
    Curriculum and Articulation Review) for the
    submission of our 2003-2004 UC Transfer Course
    Agreement.

16
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Standardization (continued)
  • Responded to SDSUs ever-changing transfer
    requirements by providing timely updates,
    services, and announcements to students.
  • Merged EOPS/CARE and CalWORKS offices, staff and
    programs.
  • Implemented Electronic Fund Transfer of student
    financial aid checks.
  • Developed a plan for an effective Student Health
    record office system in collaboration with Health
    Services staff for Fall 2004 implementation.
  • Assisted in the compilation of building systems
    and product standards for new building
    construction.
  • Assisted in the research and implementation of
    the new access control/keyless lock system,
    attended training and certification process.

17
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Alignment
  • Revised the Music curriculum to update course
    outlines and to verify alignment with Cuyamaca
    Colleges Music Department.
  • Maintained 24-hour turnaround for ILL from
    Cuyamaca College and SDSU.
  • Modified English 110 course outline to align with
    Cuyamaca College.
  • Funding
  • Developed student representation fee expenditure
    guidelines with the ASGC.
  • Worked with District staff on methods to improve
    purchasing processes

18
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Funding - Grants
  • Received a Mansfield Series 2001 Intra-Aortic
    Balloon Pump valued at 25,000.00 from IHC
    Cardiovascular Resources.
  • Intergenerational Grant by the First Five
    Commission to establish and supervise a Child
    Development program to train seniors to work with
    young children in the campus and community
    preschools.
  • Continued outside financial support for the
    weekend/evening program.
  • Received a donation of consumable supplies from
    Depuy/Johnson Johnson valued at approximately
    25,000.00.
  • Safety mitigation grant from the State installed
    two hazardous dust removal systems, silica and
    wood dust (approximately 30,000) in sculpture
    lab.
  • Installed a Sculpture Garden in Child Development
    Center using grant money and donations (15,000
    plus Granite and Agate donations, tools).

19
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Facilities
  • Remodeled room 363 to increase student capacity
    and access.
  • Updated technological resources, including
    instructional computers and software, and cameras
    for the Forensic Technology program.
  • Upgraded the Health Professions Computer Center
    to state-of-the-art technology.
  • Utilized the Hyde Gallery as part of the teaching
    modality of all Art History and Art appreciation
    classes.
  • Upgraded electric kiln controllers and software
    for decreased energy consumption.
  • Installed a 5-station computer mini-lab in Photo
    to serve the growing digital courses in the
    discipline.

20
The Way Forward Grossmont College 2003 - 2004
  • Facilities (continued)
  • Expanded Reading Center facilities and updated
    computers and software.
  • Continued detailed planning with architects for
    the biology teaching labs and prep areas in the
    new Science Laboratory Building.
  • Reconfigured the Business Communications Services
    lobby for safety and aesthetic functionality, ADA
    accessibility, and ecological soundness. An
    automatic door was installed and a cabinet was
    removed from the lobby to make it ADA accessible.
  • Established and implemented a greens recycling
    program for the college.
  • Installed new HVAC and air filtration system in
    Ceramics department.

21
Strategic Planning
  • Vision
  • Educational Excellence for
    a Productive Citizenry
  • Mission
  • Provide educational leadership through learning
    opportunities that anticipate, prepare for, and
    meet the future challenges of a complex democracy
    and a global society.

22
Areas of Focus
  • Learning and Academic Excellence
  • Student Access
  • Diversity
  • Economic and Community Development
  • Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources

23
Report Card
  • Student Transfers to Four-Year Institutions
  • Percent of Population Served by Ethnicity vs.
    Service Area
  • Percent Increase in Students Entering From Local
    Feeder High Schools
  • Evidence Indicating Infusion of Diversity into
    the Curriculum
  • Comparison of Staff Demographics to EEOC
    Availability on Underrepresented Groups
  • Significant Community and Business Partnerships
  • Wage Records Student Outcomes Data
  • Staff Development Opportunities
  • Funding
  • Evaluation of Maintenance and Funding of
    Maintenance Activities and Capital Projects

24
GCCCD Transfers to California Universities
Based on California Community Colleges
Chancellors Office Datamart.
25
GCCCD Transfers to Universities
Based on National Student Clearinghouse data
for students who completed at least three units
at the GCCCD and transferred within six years of
first attending the GCCCD.
26
Percent of Population Served by Ethnicity vs.
Service Area
Note Service area population estimates were
obtained from San Diego Association of
Governments Census 2004 estimates. Service area
includes all zip codes within the GCCCD boundary,
representing some or all of Alpine, Bonita, El
Cajon, Jamul, Lakeside, La Mesa, Lemon Grove,
Pine Valley, Ramona, San Diego, Santee, and
Spring Valley.
The U.S. Census Bureau permits respondents of
Hispanic origin to choose more than one ethnic
designation. Therefore, it is expected that the
Census estimates for Hispanics would be higher
than those reported for the District. GCCCD
students and staff are permitted to choose only
one ethnicity. This difference in data
collection makes any valid comparison difficult.
27
EEOC Expected vs. Actual F/T Staffing by
Ethnicity and Gender 2004/2005
Note EEOC expected number of staff reflects 80
of service area population rate, based on SANDAG
2004 estimates.
The U.S. Census Bureau permits respondents of
Hispanic origin to choose more than one ethnic
designation, whereas, GCCCD students and staff
are permitted to choose only one ethnicity.
Therefore, Census estimates for Hispanics are
expected to be somewhat higher than those
reported for the District.
28
GCCCD Number of Students from theTop 11 Feeder
High Schools
Number of Students
Granite Hills, West Hills, Valhalla, Grossmont,
El Capitan, Helix, Monte Vista, Patrick Henry,
Santana, Mount Miguel, El Cajon Valley
29
Evidence Indicating Infusion of Diversity into
the Curriculum
  • Program Review American Sign Language, Foreign
    Languages, Cross-Cultural Studies, English as a
    Second Language
  • Curriculum Committee
  • Subcommittee on Diversity
  • Review of courses in Cross-Cultural Studies,
    History, Political Science as they relate to
    American Institutions requirements at CSU
  • New degrees/certificates
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Administration of
    Justice California Public Safety Leadership and
    Ethics
  • Degree in Communications, including Intercultural
    Communication
  • Welcome Back foreign healthcare professionals
    program
  • Community Services Learning expanded
  • Continued emphasis on enrolling international
    students
  • ESL workplace skills labs and classes added

30
Significant Community and Business Partnerships
  • California Partnership for Achieving Student
    Success (Cal-PASS) expanded to K-16
  • East County K-16 Collaborative with all of East
    Countys elementary, high school, and community
    colleges represented
  • Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for
    Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP)
  • Region X Consortium
  • New articulation agreements with four-year
    universities and extension programs.
  • Middle College High School
  • Career Pathways (Out of School Youth)
  • Math Day

31
Significant Community and Business Partnerships
(continued)
  • Health/Nursing Related Partnerships expanded
  • Regional Health Occupations Resource Center
    (RHORC)
  • Health Care Strategic Alliance
  • Night/Weekend Nursing Program
  • Accelerated RN Program
  • Welcome Back Center
  • Expanded externship experiences for second-year
    nursing students Health Resources Services
    Administration (HRSA) grant
  • Expanded hospital and other support for health
    programs (Sharp/Grossmont Healthcare District,
    Scripps, Workforce Partnership)
  • Through Tech-Prep work, expanded allied health
    occupation programs to include high school
    outreach, as well as secondary school training
    for teachers and counselors.
  • Nursing Education Consortium

32
Significant Community and Business Partnerships
(continued)
  • Cooperative Work Experience programs
  • Leadership role with the East County Economic
    Development Councils Partnership for Education
    and Economic Development
  • 25th Anniversary Career Fair hosted 115
    exhibitors, was attended by 3500 people 100
    hires resulted.
  • Industry cluster initiatives expanded through
    partnership with the San Diego Workforce
    Partnership
  • Regional Environmental Business Resource
    Assistance Center (REBRAC)
  • General Motors Automotive Servicing Education
    Program (ASEP) Partnership
  • Ford Automotive Student Service Educational
    Training (ASSET) Partnership

33
Significant Community and Business Partnerships
(continued)
  • Strengthened vocational education advisory
    committees, particularly in CSIS
  • Data Processing (CSIS) increased articulations
    with high schools through Tech Prep program.
  • National Science Foundation Institute for
    Telecommunications Technologies (IT2) grant
  • Environmental Technology programs Industry Panel
    Night expanded
  • American Bar Association Approved Paralegal
    Studies Program
  • Office Professional Training (OPT)
  • Business partnerships with all vocational
    programs Cardiovascular Technology, Respiratory
    Therapy, Occupational Therapy Assistant,
    Administration of Justice, Culinary Arts,
    Computer Science Information Systems, Speech
    Language Pathology Assistant

34
GCCCD Wages of Former Students1999-2000
Data are not adjusted for inflation.
35
Highlights of Staff Development Activities
  • New Faculty Orientation for both full and
    part-timers
  • Classified Staff Appreciation Day
  • Staff Development Activities relating to
  • Instructional Methods
  • Technology
  • Personal Growth
  • Team Building
  • Administrative Needs

36
Funding All District Funds(General Fund Other
Funds)2000/01 2004/05
Note. 03/04 includes 45.4M Prop R funds. 04/05
includes 191.5M Prop R funds.
37
Funding Operational Maintenance2000/01 2004/05
38
Funding Capital Projects 2000/01 2004/05
Note. 03/04 includes 45.4M Prop R funds. 04/05
includes 191.5M Prop R funds.
39
Validation of The Way Forwardand Strategic
Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Observations
  • Recommendations
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