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  • 1. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN 2007-2010
  • 2. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN VISION STATEMENT Southwestern leads and inspires lifelong learning. MISSION STATEMENT Southwestern provides quality learning opportunities. • Progress: Complete. A New Mission Statement was developed to be assessed at the Board October Board RetreatWorkshop, following faculty and staff discussion, and approved at the October Board meeting.. based on input from Southwestern staff and faculty. Southwestern leads and inspires lifelong learning. MISSION STATEMENT The mission of Southwestern Oregon Community College is to provide quality education that helps students achieve their goals. Our programs prepare people to be employable, value life-long learning, and function as good citizens in a rapidly changing world. To accomplish this mission, the College will: 3 Last Revised: 02/26/0711/27/06
  • 3. • Maintain high standards of excellence in instructional programs and student services; • Deliver real-world education and training essential for a highly skilled workforce; • Encourage diversity, collegiality and professionalism; • Collaborate with businesses, agencies, schools and universities to create mutually beneficial partnerships for economic, social and educational development; • Promote technological competence to compete in a global community; • Provide multiple avenues of access to educational opportunities for all students; and • Enhance the cultural awareness of students and the community at large. CORE VALUES Quality Student Satisfaction Access and Opportunity Sense of Community Teaching and Learning Social Responsibility Innovative Change Student Satisfaction Sense of Community Social Responsibility 4 Last Revised: 02/26/0711/27/06
  • 4. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 1: College governance through strong Board of Education and Administration leadership provides the vision and structure for long term college sustainability and growth. Goal: Leadership Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. Assure continued formal and informal update of 1.a. Summarize Strategic Plan goal/strategy goals in monthly Board President College Strategic Plan that provides evidence of agenda Strategic pursuit 1b. Develop a strategic plan for each Department and Division Directors, Program/Quarterly Report through 07/08/ Deans, Managers/Vice Presidents 2. Assure administrative pursuit of the Strategic 1. Schedule of strategic planning workshops and presentation of $300 Plan and planning process Strategic Plan to the Board by the President. Progress: Complete. Budget and Planning calendar presented was distributed at the October the September Board meeting and distributed campus wide on November 6, 2007. 3. Assure strong Board leadership 2.a. Annual review of Board Policies. $15,000 Progress: Complete. Board has scheduled Policy review for reviewed Mission Statement and Board Policy GovernenceGovernance at October Board Retreat. The Board will discuss policy governance models throughout the year. 2.b. Evaluate President with self-evaluation of Board Progress: Complete. President’s evaluation committee appointed at the July Board meeting completed January 21, 2008. Board sSelf-evaluation was completed for Board scheduled for discussion at the October Retreat. 2008-2009 (to be assess for new year at Strategic Planning Workshop) 1. Assure continued formal/informal update of 1.a. Summarize Strategic Plan goal/strategy goals in monthly Board $300 College Strategic Plan that provides evidence of agenda strategic pursuit 1.b. Develop a strategic plan for each Department and Program/Monthly Report through 08/09 2. Approve and distribute Master Plan 2. Master Plan distributed to community through forums $15,000 5 Last Revised: 02/26/0711/27/06
  • 5. 2009-2010 1. Assure continued formal and informal 1.a. Summarize Strategic Plan goal/strategy goals in monthly Board $300 update of College Strategic Plan that agenda require evidence of goal pursuit 1.b Summarize Departmental Strategic Plan/report goals monthly from 2. Assure global learning initiatives 2. Annual plan for cultural awareness and global learning $15,000 6 Last Revised: 02/26/0711/27/06
  • 6. Goal 1: College governance through strong Board of Education and Administration leadership provides the vision and structure for long term college sustainability and growth. Goal: Leadership Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 4. Assure continued formal and informal update of 1.a. Summarize Strategic Plan goal/strategy goals in monthly Board agenda President College Strategic Plan that provides evidence of Strategic pursuit 5. Assure administrative pursuit of the Strategic 2.a. Evaluate the College President, based in part, on reasonable advancement Board Plan and planning process towards strategic goals and measures 6. Develop and use leadership link to the 3.a. Continue Budget Committee and Community Commission Board communities served 3.b. Develop an annual community forum process throughout the District President 3.c. Have a regular presence with local/state/ national leadership groups 7. Assure deployment and understanding of policy 4.a. Schedule professional development for leaders Board, President based governance 4.b. Develop and regularly edit College Procedures to support Board Policies 8. Develop Board Policy that advances our strategic 5.a. Evaluate Board Policies annually President position Board 9. Assure strong Board leadership 6.b. Evaluate Board meetings and Board members annually Board 6.c. Develop Board Growth (development) plan Board Board Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 7 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 7. Goal: Leadership Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2008-2009 (to be assess for new year at Strategic Planning Workshop) 3. Assure continued formal/informal update of 1.a. Summarize Strategic Plan goal/strategy goals in monthly Board agenda President College Strategic Plan that provides evidence of Strategic pursuit 4. Assure administrative pursuit of the adopted 2.a. Evaluate the College President, based in part, on reasonable advancement Board strategic process towards strategic goals and measures 5. Develop and use leadership link to the 3.a. Continue Budget Committee and Community Commission Board communities served 3.b. Develop an annual community forum process throughout the District President 3.c. Have a regular presence with local/state/national leadership groups Board, President 6. Assure deployment and understanding of policy 4.a. Schedule professional development for leaders President based governance 4.b. Develop and regularly edit College Procedures to support Board Policies Vision Group 7. Develop Board Policy that advances our strategic 5.a. Establish annual Board Policy evaluation Board position 8. Assure strong Board leadership 6.a. Evaluate Board meetings and Board members annually Board Goal: Leadership Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2009-2010 Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 8 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 8. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 9 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 9. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 2: Student access to quality teaching and learning opportunities opens pathways to dreams. Goal: Students Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. Develop and implement marketing plan 1. Increase student access and satisfaction of services and facilities by $50,000 2% Responsibility: Enrollment Management and Student Enrollment Committees Progress: Complete. CCSSE Survey documented over 2% gain in student perception of services in all areas over the previous year. Enrollment for summer and fall terms exceeded 2% increase in enrollment. Measured by CCSSE.Enrollment Management Committee has identified the CCSSE Survey measurement as a Dashboard measurement for for student access measurement. Benchmarks were set with the first CCSSE report four years ago. CCSSE testing was completed in March 2008... 2. Develop action plan to increase awareness of 2. Enrollment Management Committee and Enrollment and Student $5,000 internal and external barriers to students Service Leadership Team presents plan to Vision Group for FY07 implementation Responsibility: Enrollment Management Committee and Enrollment and Student Service Leadership Team Progress: Complete. Presentation yet to be scheduled by the Enrollment Management Committee and Enrollment and Student Service Leadership Team for presentedation to the Vision Group foratin December. 2008-2009 1. Implement action plan to reduce internal and 1. Increase retention of students by 2% $10,000 external barriers to students Responsibility: Enrollment Management Committee and Enrollment and Student Service Leadership Team 2. Assess and refine the marketing plan 2. Increase enrollment by 2% $5,000-$100,000 Responsibility: Student Enrollment Committee Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 10 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 10. Goal 2: Students Cont’d Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2009-2010 1. Increase diversity of Student Service staff 1. Add one-two people of color to staff to reflect growing student $5,000 population of students of color Responsibility: Managers, Human Resources 2. One-card system for student and staff use 2. Increase accessibility to campus services by 2%. Responsibility: Enrollment Management Committee and Enrollment and $100,000 Student Service Leadership Team Goal 2: Student access to quality teaching and learning opportunities opens pathways to dreams. Goal: Students Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 3. Develop community partnerships 1.a. Increase Career Pathway enrollments by 3% VP Instruction and 1.b. Increase Expanded Options enrollment by 2% Student Services (VPI) 4. Develop two new job training programs 2.a. Increase Career Pathway enrollments by 3% Dean of Students 5. Implement marketing plan 3.a. Increase Career Pathway enrollments by 3% Student Enrollment 3.b. Increase Expanded Options enrollment by 2% Committee 6. Develop action plan to increase awareness of 4.a. Enrollment Management Committee presents plan to Vision Group Enrollment Management internal and external barriers to students for FY07 implementation. Committee 2008-2009 3. Implement action plan to reduce internal and 1.a. Increase retention of students by 3% Enrollment Management external barriers to students Committee 4. Assess and refine the marketing plan 2.a. Increase enrollment by 3% Student Enrollment Committee Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 11 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 11. 2009-2010 Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 12 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 12. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 3: Exceptional educational programs and experiences designed, developed, scheduled, implemented, and assessed. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. To assess and analyze existing Southwestern 1. a. Measure: Quantitative – 100% of all scheduled reviews completed $21,000 educational programs at the class, course, and reporteding; identification of what % of programs fell below $31,000 department, program, division, and institutional thresholds/identified as at-risk.? $175,000 levels. Timeframe: Quarterly measures each term; Annual identification of at-risk $217,000 programs early in Fall Term. All assessments, analysis, and recommendations made prior to budget entry deadline. All indirect costs Responsibility: Vice President, Instruction/St. Services, Instructional Researcher, Instructional Directors, Instructional Council, and Faculty. Progress: Reviews and assessments in progress.Data to be collected in Fall ’07 In progress. First year of CAAP Student Outcomes data showing graduates meeting national median mean in math, communication and critical thinking set baseline that will be used …….for review of by evaluation of program and degree contribution to math, communication and critical thinking outcomes and adjusting curricula to address improvement in outcomescontribution to programs and recommendation for improvement beginning this year. Presentation of new review process to meet accreditation standards completed winter inservice and scheduled for January Board meeting. Integration of state and federal program objectives into program review has begun. Benchmark for CAAP targets being set winter term for spring and summer assessment. CAAP test dates May 21-June 5. Faculty members setting proposed benchmarks for CAAP test by discipline. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 13 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 13. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2. Expand learning opportunities through program 2. a. Measure: Qualitative – what collaborations were established and/or $31,000 innovation and development in response to strengthened in developing programs, and to what degree do the new $175,000 emerging needs. programs enhance the overall curricular offerings.? $63,000 Timeframe: Programs, study options, and articulations adopted by January $269,000 to add in next catalog. Responsibility: Faculty, Instructional Directors, Pathway Coordinator and All indirect costs Instructional Council. Progress: Complete.Data collection in progress. Turf Management/Horticulture, Truck Driver Training, Physical Therapy, Electrical ApprenticeshiApprenticeship, distance Nursing for four counties and two states, Early Childhood Education, dual high school enrollment in Brookings, Medical Assistant programming added this fiscal year. Meetings with Bandon Dunes for new initiatives in January, Coast Guard and Bay Area Hospital expanded programming, South Coast Business Employment Corporation, Coos Curry Communities Empowering Youth grant, Knowledge Delivery Systems, EMT-Paramedic with Bay Cities Ambulance, CBJT Hospitality grant with Del Norte Workforce Center and College of the Redwoods. Curry County General Hospital, Chetco Federal Credit Union employee associate degree, Bandon Dunes/College Foundation speed golf partnership. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 14 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 14. Goal 3: Educational Programs and Experiences Cont’d Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2008-2009 1. To assess and analyze existing Southwestern 1. a. Measure: Qualitative – what reviews resultted in positive $21,000 educational programs at the class, course, recommendations and demonstrated improvement; what programs $31,000 department, program, division, and institutional added/remained/removed from at-risk category;, and level of improvement $175,000 levels. in improvement in identification ying and addressing of issues causing $217,000 programsof definition as at-risk programs.? Timeframe: Quarterly measures each term; Annual identification of at-risk All indirect costs programs early in Fall Term. All assessments, analysis, and recommendations made prior to budget entry deadline. Responsibility: Vice President, Instruction/St. Services, Instructional Researcher, Instructional Directors, Instructional Council, and Faculty. 2. Expand learning opportunities through program 2. a. Measure: Quantitative – addition of one Pathways program, $31,000 innovation and development in response to international study options, articulations, nationwide consortium of course $175,000 emerging needs. offerings, evening/weekend course offerings, Curry program offerings, $63,000 new certificate or degree program, instructional technology innovation, and $269,000 cultural and continuing education offerings adopted. Timeframe: Programs, study options, and articulations adopted by January All indirect costs to add in next catalog. Responsibility: Faculty, Instructional Directors, Pathway Coordinator and Instructional Council. 2009-2010 1. To assess and analyze existing Southwestern 1. a. Measure: Quantitative – 100% of all scheduled reviews completed $21,000 educational programs at the class, course, and reporting what % of programs fell below thresholds/identified as at- $31,000 department, program, division, and institutional risk? $175,000 levels. Timeframe: Quarterly measures each term; Annual identification of at-risk $217,000 programs early in Fall Term. All assessments, analysis, and recommendations made prior to budget entry deadline. All indirect costs Responsibility: Vice President, Instruction/St. Services, Instructional Researcher, Instructional Directors, Instructional Council, and Faculty. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 15 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 15. Goal 3: Educational Programs and Experiences Cont’d Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2009-2010 Cont’d 1. To assess and analyze existing Southwestern 1. Measure: Quantitative – 100% of all scheduled reviews completed and $21,000 educational programs at the class, course, reporting what % of programs fell below thresholds/identified as at-risk? $31,000 department, program, division, and institutional Timeframe: Quarterly measures each term; Annual identification of at-risk $175,000 levels. programs early in Fall Term. All assessments, analysis, and $217,000 recommendations made prior to budget entry deadline. Responsibility: Vice President, Instruction/St. Services, Instructional All indirect costs Researcher, Instructional Directors, Instructional Council, and Faculty. 2. Expand learning opportunities through program 2. a. Measure: Quantitative – addition of one Pathways program, $31,000 innovation and development in response to international study options, articulations, nationwide consortium of course $175,000 emerging needs. offerings, evening/weekend course offerings, “weekend college” program, $63,000 freshmen “first year” experience pilot, course management system, Curry $269,000 program offerings, new certificate or degree program, instructional technology innovation, and cultural and continuing education offerings All indirect costs adopted. Timeframe: Programs, study options, and articulations adopted by January to add in next catalog. Responsibility: Faculty, Instructional Directors, Pathway Coordinator and Instructional Council. Goal 3: Premier opportunities planned for a broad range of educational programs and experiences. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 2. Refine program review process 1.a. Complete second third of program review VPI Instructional Researcher Instructional Council Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 16 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 16. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 3. Identify at-risk programs 2.a. Reduce program inefficiency by 10% VPI Instructional Directors Instructional Researcher 4. Integrate instructional technology into courses 3.a. Increase hybrid course offerings by 25% Instructional Directors 5. Increase enrichment activities for the community 4.a. Increase Continuing Education and cultural programming/courses Instructional Director for enrollments and offerings by 10% Learning/Resource Dev. Office of Instruction 6. Review success measures 5.a. Complete 33% of assessment review Instructional Researcher Instructional Council 7. Pursue statewide articulations, course/program 6.a. Increase articulations and collaborations by 8% Instructional Directors collaborations Instructional Council Assistant to VPI 8. Create additional Pathway programs 7.a. Adopt two new Pathways Pathways Coordinator Dean, Workforce Dev. Instructional Council 9. Identify emerging program needs 8.a. Adopt one new program Instructional Directors Instructional Council Assistant to VPI 10. Increase coherence of programs 9.a. Complete second third of program curricular review, including Faculty prerequisites, learning outcomes, and competencies Instructional Researcher Instructional Council 11. Establish Curry Program priorities 10.a. Implement one new Curry specific program Dean, Curry Campus Instructional Council 12. Expand International study program offerings 11.a. Offer students one new international study opportunity Instructional Council Dean of Students International Student Dir. 2008-2009 Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 17 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 17. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 1. Refine program review process 1.a. Complete all program reviews VPI Instructional Researcher Instructional Council 2. Establish faculty mentoring program 2.a. Increase student ratings of teachers by 5% VPI Instructional Director for Learning/Resource Dev. 3. Review success measures 3.a. Complete second third of assessment review Instructional Researcher Instructional Council 4. Pursue statewide articulations, course/program 4.a. Increase articulations and collaborations by 5% Instructional Directors collaborations Instructional Council Assistant to VPI 5. Create additional Pathway programs 5.a. Adopt two new Pathways Pathways Coordinator Dean, Workforce Dev. Instructional Council 6. Diversify course scheduling days and times 6.a. Increase diversity of course offerings by 20% VPI Instructional Directors Office of Instruction 7. Implement nationwide consortium of course 7.a. Establish membership in national collaborative and offer four Instructional Directors offerings courses nationally Office of Instruction Instructional Council 8. Identify emerging program needs 8.a. Adopt one new program Instructional Directors Instructional Council Assistant to VPI 9. Increase coherence of programs 9.a. Complete all program curricular review, including prerequisites, Faculty learning outcomes, and competencies Instructional Researcher Instructional Council 10. Establish Curry Program priorities 10.a. Implement one new Curry specific program Dean, Curry Campus Instructional Council Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 18 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 18. Goal: Educational Programs and Experiences Strategies Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 11. Identify at-risk programs 11.a. Reduce program inefficiency by 10% VPI Instructional Directors Instructional Researcher 12. Expand International study program offerings 12.a. Offer students one new international study opportunity Instructional Council Dean of Students International Student Dir. 2009-20010 Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 19 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 19. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 20 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 20. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 4: Adequate physical, fiscal resources allocated through continuous improvement and aggressive pursuit of traditional and non-traditional resources to meet the needs of our present and future stakeholders. Goal: Physical, Fiscal, and ITS Resources Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. Aggressively pursue all sources of revenue 1. Increase special projects and alternative resources revenue by $0 5%/July 2007-June 2008/Leadership Progress: Complete. Data collection in progress.Bond resale approved by Board completed. Received grantscompleted. Grant received from VISTA, Even Start, Title III, Career Pathways, Hewlett Packard Equipment, Ford Family Jump Start, and JOBS. Foundation hiring a Capital Campaign Consultant Spring 2008l. Alternative resources provided l; Curry IPTV equipment, one additional Smart classroom in Eden Hall lecture room; a new Smart Board for Curry campus; new computers for the Title III Math Lab; furniture and white boards;are here waiting to be installed new truck and trailer for Truck Driver Training program; and Hewlett Packard computer equipment program donated. New property purchased with loan assistance from the Foundation Board. Metals in Transportation Pathway Cluster Partnership Grant received. 2. Meet facilities and innovative infrastructure 2. Start Master Plan implementation/Leadership $50,000 resource needs Progress: Complete. Planning process in progress.Focus Groups initiated in Curry County, initial renovations and building needs implemented. Artist rendering for new buildings completed.. P Property parking lot for current Curry Campus purchased. Master Plan proceeding with last focus groups scheduled for fall term. Curry Master Plan draft presentation scheduled for December Board Workshop. The Master Planning Steering Committee meeting held in January with first draft presentation to Board in February.. new property purchased. Follow-up meeting with architects on February 14 completed in preparation for February Board meeting presentation. New heating and ventilation system for Empire Hall. Master Planning Workshop completed March 17, Plan draft and budget workshop scheduled for May Board meeting presentation. 3. Enhance campus inventory and use of state of the 3.a. Implement Time Entry and Approval to improve employee success/ $25,000 art technology to improve student learning and Winter Term 2007/ITS campus productivity Progress: In progress. Complete. Analysis of need complete for software purchase and implementatioConverted to daily time tracking with November Payroll.n. $75,000 3.b. Implement web page Portal solution/Winter Term 2008/ITS Progress: In progress. Assessment of need in progress.Four servers have been purchased and mounted on rack. IT staff trained. Discovery meeting with Datatel was held on November 27 and 28, 2007. Inservice presentations/training with faculty and staff on going. Installation of Portal shell scheduled for the week of May 19.Scheduling Datatel installation date. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 21 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 21. Goal 4: Physical, Fiscal, and ITS Resources Cont’d Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2008-2009 1. Aggressively pursue all sources of revenue 1. Increase special projects and alternative resources by revenue $0 5%/July 2008-June 2009/Leadership 2. Meet facilities and innovative infrastructure 2. Continue implementing Master Facility Plan/Leadership $0 resource needs. 3. Enhance campus inventory and use of state of the 3.a. Increase technology rich classrooms by 6/Media Services $42,000 art technology to improve student learning and 3.b. Implement a server for ePortfolio/ITS $30,000 campus productivity 3.c. Provide data storage for student labs/ITS $22,000 2009-2010 1. Aggressively pursue all sources of revenue 1. Increase special projects and alternative revenue by 5%/Leadership $0 $0 2. Enhance campus inventory and use of state of the 2.a. Implement Learning Management System/ITS and LRD $75,000 art technology to improve student learning and 2.b Increase technology rich classrooms by 6/Media Services $42,000 campus productivity 3. Master Facility Plan 3. Continue to implement master facility plan/Leadership $0 Goal 4: Adequate physical and fiscal resources allocated through continuous improvement and aggressive pursuit of traditional and non-traditional resources to meet the needs of our present and future stakeholders. Goal: Physical and Human Resources Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 (to include fiscal and IT resources in new plan) 4. Enhance campus inventory and use of state of the 1.a. Increase technology rich classrooms by 100% Integrated art technology to improve student learning and 1.b. Have 75% of campus facilities covered with wireless capabilities Technologies campus productivity 1.c. Increase technology inventory by 10% 1.d. Increase # of hits on webpage by 10% 5. Leverage facilities and infrastructure to 2.a. Reduce classroom vacancy rate by 15% Grants Leadership, maximize student success, generate FTE and 2.b. Increase virtual classroom usage by 20% Enrollment Mgmt enhance fiscal stability Committee Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 22 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 22. Goal: Physical and Human Resources Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2008-2009 (to include fiscal and IT resources in new plan) 1. Complete and adequately staff Curry County 1.a. Increase Curry County satisfaction with college services by 25% Curry Dean, staff campus with doors open 1.b. Increase FTE in Curry County by 100% 1.c. Generate fiscal resources adequate to cover Curry expenses 2. HST building underway 2.a. Secure resources needed to achieve architect's rendering of HST College Cabinet facility Foundation 2009-2010 (to include fiscal and IT resources in new plan) Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 23 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 23. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 5: To support all employees and the college as a learning organization responsive to individual and organization success with resources, training, tools and feedback. Goal: Employees Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. A learning environment, with career management 1. Measure: Evaluate the current performance evaluation process and $0 strategies, results in employees who have recommend a new system. Establish career planning and mentoring acquired competencies to meet current and future programs to assist employees with managing their career while college challenges. preparing them for future employment. Timeframe: Spring 2008 Responsibility: Human Resources Progress: Complete. Software identified. New process has been identified for pilot beginning February 2008. Exempt Task Force recommendations for consistent titles and salaries adopted by Vision Group for implementation in the ’09 fiscal year. New performance evaluation process distributed in February for March implementation. Salary recommendations for exempt category minimums adopted for July 2008 implementation. 2008-2009 1. Leveraging technology to maximize personal and 1.a. Measure: Electronic search process Novus software for professional development opportunities, 1.b. Measure: Implement functionality to allow electronic processing Electronic Search streamline administrative processes, enhance and screening of applications for applicants by updating the Human $35,000 capture of and access to information. Resources website and module to allow employees access to services and products electronically and to facilitate communication with campus. Timeline: September 30, 2009 Responsibility: Human Resources and Integrated Technology Services Progress: In progress. Software identified. 2009-2010 1. To establish and provide cross-cultural exchange 1. Explore exchange opportunities and establish application process for $10,000 with our sister colleges in Korea, China and eligibility if exchange opportunities are feasible. Brazil for staff to enhance career development Responsibility:Resource Development, Student Services, ALSP and understanding of other cultures Progress: In progress. New grant support identified for Brazil exchanges. Service Learning opportunities for China and Korea being explored. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 24 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 24. Goal: Employees Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget Goal 5: Employees inspired and empowered to explore professional and personal growth and share their knowledge and experience to enhance our students’ success and facilitate community enrichment. Goal: Employees Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 (FY07 Goal #4 and new fiscal year) 1. Establish a teaching/learning center 1.a. Determine the # of participants by group to establish Center Teaching and Learning 1.b. Survey to determine & prioritize resources Team, Faculty and Staff, 1.c. Determine the # of staff utilizing the Center by service method Human Resources 1.d. Determine the # of resources available by method 1.e. Determine the # of activities provided/scheduled 2. Increase opportunities for community service 2.a. Determine the # of staff participating in community service College Cabinet, participation 2.b. Determine the # of community service opportunities for staff AmeriCorps Liaison 2008-2009(FY07 Goal #4 and new fiscal year) 1. Partner with students to students and the 1.a. Survey to determine & prioritize services & resources Multicultural Center community to develop a multicultural Center 1.b. Determine utilization by people (staff, students, community) Director, Instructional 1.c. Determine the # of activities provided/scheduled Directors 1.d. Determine the # of participants by activity 2009-2010 Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 25 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 25. SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STRATEGIC PLAN Goal 6: Premier collaborative relationships initiated with educational institutions, economic and workforce development, business and industry alliances, health care alliances, government agencies, and community groups. Goal: Collaborative Relationships Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget Goal 6: Premier collaborative relationships initiated with educational institutions, economic and workforce development, business and industry alliances, health care alliances, government agencies, and community groups. Goal: Collaborative Relationships Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2007-2008 1. Deliver the new Nursing curriculum (from 1.a. Assess the new online curriculum and that students are Director of Nursing 2006-07) online Enrolled in it 2. Pursue feasibility of other Health Care 2.a. Explore feasibility of two other Health Care curricula Director of Nursing curriculum 3. Assess partnerships in Hospitality, Tourism, and 3.a. Complete assessment and three partnerships activities Instructional Director for Manufacturing Technology Career Technical 4. Assess Partnership lists and gaps 4.a. Complete the assessment and fill two “gaps” VPI, Dean of Workforce Dev., Instructional Directors, VPI Direct Reports 5. Develop Pathway to transition ALSP students to 5.a. Have the Adult Learning Skills transition pathway in place ALSP Director, Credit Classes and increase students who transition to credit classes by Pathway Coordinator 10%. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 26 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 26. Goal: Collaborative Relationships Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 6. Identify needed training for/in preparation of two 6.a. Identify training and develop/modify curriculum Dean of Workforce Dev. new businesses or expanding businesses by the Business Resource Team 2008-2009 1. Create Pathways in all Professional Technical 1.a. Have Pathways in place for all Professional/Technical Pathways Coordinator, areas programs and align curriculum with all high schools Dean of Workforce Dev. 2. Expand business partnerships through the 2.a. Establish two new partnerships BDC Director Business Incubator 2009-2010 2007-2008 7. Initiate plans for Capital Campaign in response to 1. President will present monthly progress reports to Board on Curry, $50,000 Master Plan needs identified for Curry Campus, Health and Child/Family program Capital Campaign by December health sciences and child/family programming 31, 2007. Progress: Complete. Timeline on target.Capital Campaign proposals have been received from four firms and have been reviewed for selection. Timetable for renovation of Neighborhood Facility Building has moved to Summer ’09. Presentation to Brookings City staff scheduled for February 28, 2008 for new Curry campus. Interviews with Capital Campaign Consultants completed March 10 and 11. Statewide community college consortium for suicide prevention. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 27 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 27. Goal: Collaborative Relationships Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 8. Develop community partnerships in response to 2. Workforce Director reports increase of community partnerships and $60,000 emerging economic/workforce needs. resulting programs at January and June Board meetings during the fiscal year. Progress: Complete. Workforce Director will begangin July 30, 2007, with priority to expanded d community economic development response and partnerships. Additional reports of partnerships will be presented at regular monthly Board meetings as developed. DOLETA on-line nursing project, Pathways expanded with high schools and businesses. Hospitality and Tourism collaboratiocollaboration with northern California n foron Community Based Development Grant. Partnerships with Salmon Run Golf Course, U.S. Coast Guard, and Oregon Institute of Marine Biology.t. Additional partnerships initiated through Instruction, Student Services, and Foundation to over 500 new members of the Laker Club. Metals in Transportation Pathway Cluster Partnership Grant received.Manufacturing clusters grant submitted to state for local collaboration. 2008-2009 3. Increase community citizen access to college 1. Vice President of Administrative Services and IT Director $200,000 information. implement front door, transportation and information access plan to Board of Education by June 30, 2009. 4. Complete Capital Campaign to meet Curry, 2. Result of Capital Campaign reported to Board of Education and $50,000 health and child/family programming Foundation Board by Foundation Executive Director at January and June meetings. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 28 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08
  • 28. Goal 6: Collaborative Relationships Cont’d Strategy Measure/Timeframe/Responsibility Budget 2009-2010 1. Complete plans for Capital Campaign in response 1. President will present monthly progress reports to the Board of $50,000 to needs identified for Curry Campus, health Education on Curry, Health and Child/Family program Capital sciences and child/family programming Campaign during the fiscal year. 2. Build Curry Campus, Regional Marine Science 2. Progress of construction will be reported to Board of Education and $?????? Health and Science buildings. Foundation Board by Vice President of Administrative Services monthly. Approved by the BofE on 04/23/07 29 Revised 07/23/07, 08/01/07, 09/05/07, 09/19/07, 10/03/07, 11/07/07, 12/05/07, 01/09/08, 01/16/08, 02/20/08, 03/05/08, 03/06/08, 03/19/08, 04/03/08, 04/16/08, 04/22/08, and 04/23/08 and 05/07/08