Presentation on theme: "Faculty Council October 6, 2011. Sub-Goal 1.A. Increase enrollment of Clinton County adult learners (25 years and older). 1.A.1. Increase enrollment."— Presentation transcript:
Faculty Council October 6, 2011
Sub-Goal 1.A. Increase enrollment of Clinton County adult learners (25 years and older). 1.A.1. Increase enrollment of adult learners 25 years of age or older from 525 to 575 by Fall 2017. Sub-Goal 1.B. Maintain current enrollment numbers by recent high school graduates. 1.B.1. Maintain enrollment numbers of full-time and part-time students under age 25. 1.B.2. Maintain enrollment of 31% of prior year Clinton County high school graduates. at.
Sub-Goal 2.A. Improve second semester and one year student retention. 2.A.1. On an annual basis, measure second semester and one year retention rates by county of residence and identify target geographic areas of concern. 2.A.2. Improve second semester retention rates for targeted geographic areas. 2.A.3: Improve first-year retention rates for targeted geographic areas.
Sub-Goal 2.B. Improve successful completion rates in gatekeeper courses. 2.B.1. On an annual basis, identify courses with highest numbers of unsuccessful completions (defined as those receiving a D, F, R or W in the course) and select target courses accordingly. 2.B.2: Reduce D/F/R/W rates in those identified “gatekeeper courses.
Sub-Goal 2.C. Improve successful completion of distance learning and hybrid courses. 2.C.1. Measure successful completion rates (receipt of A, B, or C grade) of distance learning or hybrid courses. 2.C.2: Compare success rates of live courses versus distance learning or hybrid courses and develop a plan, if needed, to address any concerns.
Sub-Goal 3A. Emphasize the impacts of internationalism on the region. 3A.1. Describe the impacts of international business on the region by Fall 2012. 3A.2. Disseminate these impacts to the campus audience by Spring 2013. 3A.3. Begin to incorporate this information into campus curriculum and student activities and programming by Fall 2014.
Sub-Goal 3B. Diversify the student body and continue international student programming. 3B.1. Increase the number of international students from 14 to 50 and minority students from 179 to 200. 3B. 2. Increase the number of student programming events in the academic year from 437 to 500. Sub-Goal 3C. Diversify campus workforce. 3C.1. Develop and implement recruitment strategies to include total number of minority employee applicants by 12/31/12.
Sub-Goal 4A. Support professional development that allows the campus to be more data-driven in its decision-making through institutional research. Analyze expenditures and activities committed annually. Sub-Goal 4B. Support professional development related to best practices in student access, retention and success, and embracing internationalism and diversity. Analyze expenditures and hours committed to each area. Sub-Goal 4C. Support professional development in specific professional and academic content areas. Analyze expenditures and hours committed to each area annually.
Sub-Goal 5A. Adopt the 2011 Facilities Master Plan. 5.A.1. Bring the plan through approval process all the way through Board of Trustees by 12/31/11. Sub-Goal 5B. Implement portions of the plan as resources are identified and secured, report progress and re-visit priorities of the plan annually.
Sub-Goal 6A. Establish an updated brand identity. 6.A.1. Complete internal and external consultant work to have a new logo, tagline and color-scheme by May 2012. 6.A.2. Begin to incorporate identity into all campus materials by Summer 2012.