Presentation on theme: "Group 3 Jennifer Adams Richard Bell Dr. John Cavan Diane Daniel Pardha Gadiyaram Bonnie Gilliam John Hayes Dr. Ron Mattox Chad Patton Blair Potts Dorothea."— Presentation transcript:
Group 3 Jennifer Adams Richard Bell Dr. John Cavan Diane Daniel Pardha Gadiyaram Bonnie Gilliam John Hayes Dr. Ron Mattox Chad Patton Blair Potts Dorothea Sizemore Joan Tuck Kristin Windon Dr. Al Yoder
Transfer to 4-year Colleges and Universities – The VCCS will triple the number of graduates who successfully transfer to four year colleges and universities by 2009. Publicize successful transfers. Seek more articulation agreements for students with AAS degrees. Post on the college website links to transfer guides from four-year colleges and universities. Request feedback and progress reports from students transferring to Virginia colleges and universities. Modify advising procedures based on that feedback. Expand transfer by 10%.
Strategy - Transfer Produce a separate brochure on transfer agreements – Christie Hales Coordinate with 4 year institutions on marketing strategies – Dr. Mattox, Christie Hales Update and utilize college website to include agreements and success stories – President Staff, Blair Potts, Student Services Explore advertising opportunities on high school property – Christie Hales and Al Roberts Design and deploy advertising on public transportation and SsVCC vehicles – Peter Hunt and Christie Hales
Affordable Tuition – VCCS tuition will not exceed half of the average cost to attend a public four-year institution in the Commonwealth. Increase financial aid opportunities by publicizing and rewarding early filing of financial aid forms. Encourage the VCCS to link VCCS colleges’ online application for admission form to the website for federal financial aid forms.
Strategy – Affordable Tuition Rewrite goals so that affordable tuition can be quantified – Dr. Cavan and Brent Richey Encourage legislators to keep tuition levels low – Dr. Cavan and SVCC community Continue to publicize reward for early applications for financial aid – Brent Richey and Christie Hales
Private Funding – By 2009, the VCCS will become more proactive in securing private support to ensure its capacity to respond to the needs of the Commonwealth. Collectively, the VCCS foundations will double their holdings, moving from 75 million to 150 million. Pursue more funds from private industry to support the college’s technical programs such as Heavy Equipment. Encourage an endowment campaign. Institute a Planned Giving Program. Continue with successful fund raiser, i.e. Run, Bike, Score
Strategy – Private Funding Produce endowment pamphlet – Mary Jane Elkins and Christie Hales Each program will explore 10 foundations for possible funding sources from related companies – Program Heads and Deans of Instruction