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Program Review, Planning, and Budgeting

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  • Program review, planning, AND budgeting Workgroup Update
    Marcy Drummond
    Mary Gallagher
    Co-Chairs
    Faculty Convocation, 2009
  • WORKGroup Members
    Marcy Drummond, VP Workforce and Economic Development (Co-Chair)
    Mary Gallagher, VP Administrative Services (Co-Chair)
    Bill Elarton (Senate Rep)
    Bill Gasper (Resource Person)
    Marilyn Maine (Senate Rep, Program Review Co-Chair)
    Lori Hunter (Classified Staff Rep)
    Eddie Afana (Resource Person, Program Review Co-Chair)
    Kathleen Yasuda (AFT Rep)
    Bill Smith (Classified Mgr Rep)
    Joe Ratcliff (Chair of Chairs)
  • 11 Principles of Program review, planning, and budget process
    The college and district’s mission, goals, and objectivesdrive the process—particularly as they relate to the achievement of student’s educational goals.
    The process ensures the opportunity for broad and effective participation by all college stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, and administration and facilitates continuity of participation from cycle to cycle.
  • 11 Principles of Program review, planning, and budget process
    The process fosters accountability, is internally consistent, and is consistently applied.
    The process integrates annual and multi-year planning at the unit, department, division, and college level.
    The process at each organizational level draws on useful, relevant, and reliable information for self-study of effectiveness, student needs, community requirements, and external imperatives. Responsibility for ongoing reliable and substantial research that supports the program review, planning, and budget process is clearly assigned and carried out.
  • 11 Principles of Program review, planning, and budget process
    The priorities and recommendations developed in the process guides college decision making; resource allocation; reforms in policies and practicesnecessary to improve programs and services; and the development, evaluation, revision, and discontinuance of instructional and non instructional programs and services.
    The process is flexible, and adapts readily to changes in priorities, needs, opportunities, technology, funding, external requirements, and other circumstances.
    The evaluation of the results of past years’ plans is an integral part of preparing plans for subsequent years.
  • 11 Principles of Program review, planning, and budget process
    The process itself is regularly evaluated.
    The process--including timelines, responsibilities, and the specific recommendations that result--is realistic and capable of implementation.
    The responsibility for planning is considered the responsibility of all administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
  • Key Elements of Program Review, Planning, and Budget Process
    Program Review
    All College units (disciplines) prepare a thorough evaluation of their units that is based on data compiled over a specified period (to be recommended by the Program Review Committee) and develop SLOs. The units Chair/Manager/Supervisor meets with the unit’s faculty/staff to review the data and to discuss areas for improvement. Career Technical Education units perform this evaluation every two years while other academic units perform their evaluation (to be determined). Non-academic units perform their program review (to be determined). This review is based on outcomes from the current period and student learning outcomes or service area outcomes assessment. The analysis involves evaluating the unit’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges to identify the strategic direction of the unit for the coming period.
  • Key Elements of Program Review, Planning, and Budget Process
    Unit Plan
    The periodic program review informs the planning of the college. The unit plan is derived from the resulting recommendations of program review. If the program review is multiple years, unit plans will be broken down by year. The unit plan takes the strategic direction identified in the program review and specifies the objectives and actions that need to be accomplished in order to meet each goal. This is mapped in a matrix with the objective/tasks/person(s) responsible. Budget requests of the unit must be linked to the tasks. The budget requests must be prioritized by the unit. The plan must ensure linkage with the college strategic plan, district strategic plan, and the accreditation standards.
  • Key Elements of Program Review, Planning, and Budget Process
    Department Plan
    Each unit submits its unit plan to their department/program dean or manager. The dean/manager meets with the units to develop the department plan and prioritizes budget requests from the department.
    College Committee Plans
    Each college committee will evaluate its plan on an annual basis and review what was accomplished and adopt the strategic direction of the committee for the coming year. Budget requests that are prioritized may also come to the PBC from college committees.
  • Key Elements of Program Review, Planning, and Budget Process
    Division Plan
    Each department submits its plan to the division vice president for development of the division plan. The division dean/managers work together to prioritize division budget requests for submission.
    Planning and Budget Committee (PBC)
    The planning and budget committee receives all division plan and prioritized budget requests and ensures alignment of the plans with the college and district strategic plan and the goals for the year as set by College Council at their Annual Retreat. The Budget Subcommittee prioritizes all division and college committee requests for submission to the full PBC for recommendation to College Council. The PBC in conjunction with the President arranges communication venues to the campus community throughout the process.
  • Key Elements of Program Review, Planning, and Budget Process
    College Council
    Receives a recommendation from the PBC for the annual operating plan linked with the budget and approves and sends it to the President for final approval.
  • Key milestones and due datesfall semester
    Sept 2 - Oct 15 - Program Review Training Sessions
    Sept 9 - College Council Meeting to Approve Strategic Direction (Accreditation Planning Agenda Items and Planning Goals/Objectives) for 2009-10 and 2010-11
    Sept 9 - College Council Meeting to Approve Integrated Program Review, Planning, & Budget Principles, Flow, and 2009-10 Timeline of Activities
    Sept 21 - Academic Senate Meeting to Approve Integrated Program Review, Planning, & Budget Principles, Flow, and 2009-10 Timeline of Activities
  • Key milestones and due datesfall semester
    Beginning of Sept - Budget Worksheets Distributed
    Month of Sept - Budget Training Sessions
    Week of Oct 12 - CollegewideProgram Review, Planning, and Budget Forum
    Oct 23 - Discipline/Unit Completed Program Reviews Due to Dean/Director/Manager
  • Key milestones and due datesfall semester
    Oct 23 to Dec 18 - Resource Request Prioritization
    Dec 4 to 14 - Senate Hiring Prioritization and Other Personnel Hiring Prioritization
    Dec 14 - CollegewidePlan and Resource Prioritization Presentation