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Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma Campus STATE OF THE CAMPUS 2010 November 30, 2010 Dr. L. Jane Saldaña-Talley Vice President/Executive Dean.

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1 Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma Campus STATE OF THE CAMPUS 2010 November 30, 2010 Dr. L. Jane Saldaña-Talley Vice President/Executive Dean

2 The World is Changing…Fast! Sony gave an update of this 5-minute presentation at their executive conference this year… It’s pretty mind blowing!

3 Did you know… In 2007, there were 6.7 million students enrolled in 2-year colleges in the United States That same year, 2.7 million students enrolled in California Community Colleges 40% of all Community College Students in the United States were enrolled in California California Community Colleges comprise the largest higher education system in the nation

4 Fun Facts About California Community Colleges – Annual volume of transfers – Transfer Rate for 6-year cohort of First Time Freshmen – Annual % of graduates at UC who attended a California Community College – Annual % of graduates at CSU who attended a California Community College 29% 55% 99,583 41%

5 More Fun Facts About California Community Colleges – Annual volume of credit awards (degrees/certificates) – Increase in total personal income as a result of receiving degree/certificate – Statewide Participation Rate 64,617 Nearly $30,000 w/in 4 years 89.9 per 1,000 in population

6 Santa Rosa Junior College One of the oldest education institutions in Sonoma County – 2010 is our 92 nd year Over 800,000 students have attended SRJC Third largest “city” in Sonoma County (Pop: 464,000) 54,000 students annually, approx. 1,000 staff and 1,500 faculty Over 3,200 classes and 175 career training programs Higher transfer rate to four-year colleges than all local high schools Over 46% of community college students transferring to SSU come from SRJC

7 What do you see?

8 Physical Fitness Center Gymnasium

9 SRJC Petaluma Campus Nearly 7,000 students in credit and non-credit courses Over 62% of students reside in southern Sonoma County and another 21% reside outside the county 29% taking 8.5 units or more - 55% taking day courses 400+ Course Sections in 57 Disciplines 38 Full-Time Faculty and 350 Part-Time Faculty 41 Full and Part-Time Classified Staff +2 OIR 8 Management Team Staff +1 OIR

10 Herold Mahoney Library

11 Facts about the Petaluma Campus Mahoney Library Day/Evening Attendance – 2009/10 150,379 Number of un-mediated classrooms on campus 2 Percent of district-wide FTES produced 14.39% Percent of district-wide total employees –Contract Faculty 11.49% –Adjunct Faculty 14.02% –Classified Staff 7.52% –Management 5.5% FTE-Student to FTE-Faculty ratio –Petaluma Campus –District-wide 25.81

12 Facts about the Petaluma Campus In 2009/10, 11 of the 21 departments with faculty assigned to the Petaluma campus will be represented by only one individual Of the 402 credit sections taught on the Petaluma Campus Spring 2010 (excluding online and DHR hours), how many were taught by… – Adjunct faculty? 256 (63.7%) –Contract faculty assigned to Petaluma? 107 (26.6%) –Contract faculty assigned to Santa Rosa? 39 (9.7%) Of the 57 disciplines in which courses were taught on the Petaluma Campus Fall 2009, how many were taught… – By full-time faculty assigned to Petaluma? 24 (41%) –By part-time faculty regardless of location? 6 (10%) –Exclusively by part-time faculty, if taken in Petaluma? 30 (51%)

13 Mahoney Library

14 Front Atrium Entrance to Kathleen Doyle and John M. Jacobs Halls

15 Accomplishments Carole L. Ellis Auditorium Inaugural Year Completion of Phase II/III Build-out Science and CTE Program Development –Digital Media (3D Modeling & Animation; Digital Film-making; Game Programming) –Fitness, Nutrition and Health Certificate/Major –Chemistry and Microbiology courses Transfer Majors/Pathways

16 Carole L. Ellis Auditorium

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18 Carole L. Ellis Auditorium Inaugural Season – Fast Facts Technical Specifications High Def Video projection on a 20 foot wide 12 foot tall screen High Def 4-camera video recording and video conferencing w/up to 6 remote sights at once 7.1 surround audio system with 12,400 watts of amplification Audio mixer that can be used as recording facility for class projects and productions Stage lighting system with 48 dimmers and 36 convention stage light fixtures (designed with accommodations to control and power future LED and moving light systems) Fiber optic digital video and audio tie lines to send signal throughout the campus and to SR Two-channel intercom system connecting all rooms in the Ellis complex w/Mahoney Library production facilities Removable instructor station w/computer running both Mac and Windows OS, Media Playback (DVD / VHS) and document camera, and a 50” wall mounted monitor allowing instructor to view their either their presentation or the video conference “far side” viewing Wireless microphone system for instructor and student use 24 hearing impaired listening devices

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20 Carole L. Ellis Auditorium Inaugural Season – Fast Facts Petaluma Film Alliance Season –Fall and Spring Cinema Series –Annual Petaluma Film Fest –Earth Month Film Series –AS Student Film Festival –39 Public Events, including August 22 Kickoff Event –6,500 Attendees –52 guest Speakers and Filmmakers –26 Partner Agencies/Community Sponsors – Petaluma Film Alliance Season –Fall Cinema Series - September 1 – December 8, 2010 –Lon Chaney in the 1923 version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame w/live orchestra, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church

21 Ellis Auditorium Inaugural Season Season Performances/Events –Fall and Spring Cinema Series –It’s New Orleans Piano Night in Petaluma –Santa Rosa Wind Symphony/SRJC Symphonic Band Bridging the Doyle Benefit Concert –SRJC Jazz Band Concert –Arts & Lectures Events –Italian Film Series –SRJC Theatre Department Production – Stories by Barbara Kingsolver –Tauzer Lecture – Michael Salinger –Associated Students Student Film Festival – Work of Literary Merit (WOLM) Lectures

22 Ellis Auditorium Inaugural Season Instructional Use Classes offered: Astronomy 3 Astronomy 4 Biology 10 (lecture) Media 41 Media 42 Psychology 1A Anthropology 1 Anthropology 2 Fundamentals of Nutrition 10 Sections/Students By Semester: –Fall 2009 – 11 sections/573 students –Spring 2010 – 8 sections/724 students –Summer 2010 – 7 sections/687 students (potential)** –Fall 2010 – 9 sections/918 (potential) **First time SRJC has offered large lecture sections during the summer as Petaluma Campus facilities are not in use by SRT

23 What Academic Options are Available for Students on the Petaluma Campus? Could all three SRJC General Education patterns be completed start to finish on the Petaluma Campus? How many of the current SRJC majors could be completed start to finish on the Petaluma Campus? What additional SRJC majors could be completed on the Petaluma Campus with only minimal changes? What SRJC Career and Technical Education certificates/majors can be completed entirely on the Petaluma Campus?

24 Option A General Education Could the SRJC General Education pattern be completed start to finish on the Petaluma Campus?

25 General Education Could the SRJC General Education transfer patterns for CSU and UC be completed start to finish on the Petaluma Campus? Option B CSU Option C UC

26 How many of the current SRJC majors could be completed start to finish on the Petaluma Campus? Art Art History Business Administration Economics History Humanities Humanities and Fine Arts Liberal Studies (Teacher Preparation) Natural Science Psychology Social and Behavioral Science

27 What additional SRJC majors could be completed on the Petaluma Campus with minimal changes? Anthropology English Environmental Studies Global Studies Philosophy Political Science Spanish Women’s and Gender Studies

28 What SRJC Career and Technical Education certificates/majors can be completed entirely on the Petaluma Campus? Cisco Networking Academy 18 Total Units Students earn Cisco Certified Network Associate Certificate (CCNA) Designed to teach students how to design, built, troubleshoot, secure and manage computer networks

29 What SRJC Career and Technical Education certificates/majors can be completed entirely on the Petaluma Campus? Computer Help Desk Certificate 17 Total Units Designed to allow a student to enter the workforce as an entry level help desk technician

30 What SRJC Career and Technical Education certificates/majors can be completed entirely on the Petaluma Campus? Water Resources Technology Certificate 16 Total Units Provides instructional training necessary for entry level positions in the operation of water treatment facilities and water distribution systems

31 DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FUTURE  Fitness, Nutrition and Health Certificate  Waste Water Treatment Certificate  Digital Media Certificates  Digital Filmmaking  Game Programming  3D Modeling and Animation  Expand Science General Education Transfer (Chemistry, Life Science, Physics)  Expand Health Occupations Prerequisites (Microbiology, Food and Nutrition)

32 Accomplishments Classroom Technology and Media Support Plan Re-Engineering Activities Career/Financial Aid Resource Center Transfer Center Student Employment

33 Media Enabled Classroom

34 Petaluma Campus Re-Engineering Efforts Classroom/Media Support Plan – Mobile communications/cross training Reorganization/consolidation - Information Technology/Financial Aid/Career Services/Other areas Shared equipment – Facilities Operations Shared staff – Chemistry/Facilities Operations/Media Services Partnering with academic departments – Shared expense Cost containment – Copier Task Force Internal sharing of administrative support staff Staff re-assignments (5) Office of Institutional Research move Multi-site evaluations - Management Team New models for resource allocation – Federal Work Study Videoconference meetings, forums, webinars Online/videoconference instruction External funding

35 PRPP Priorities Proposed Budget Requests Classified, Management, STNC or Student Employees Needed New Faculty Positions Durable Equipment and Furniture New Initiatives

36 2.1b Proposed Budget Requests PETALUMA CAMPUS Program UnitPRPP RequestBrief Rationale Student Affairs$2, One-Year Reallocation - Student Affairs operations expenses (A-frames, tables, chairs, backdrops, canopies and other equipment for events/activities) Facilities Operation$2, Vector control plan Facilities Operation$1, Annual service for high lifts (2) Facilities Operation$3, Annual chiller service Facilities Operation$3, Dolphin water system maintenance contract Facilities Operation$1, HVAC programming service, repairs, and modifications as needed Facilities Operation$ Fire alarm monitoring (no longer covered by SR Facilities Operations) Facilities Operation$1, One-Year Reallocation - Rechargeable Flashlights Facilities Operation$1, Facilities service request software - annual license, reports, technical support Mahoney Library$ Increase Library graphics budget Environmental Technology$2, One-Year Reallocation - Water Resources Technology supplies Art$1, One-Year Reallocation - Art studio supplies - TBD PEDA$1, One-Year Reallocation - PEDA supplies Media Services$2, One-Year Reallocation - Video Production supplies to establish video/audio clip library for production editing Computer Studies$ One-Year Reallocation - Computer Studies supplies Life Science$ Increase budget to add microscope service Career Center$ Create Career Center supply budget Career Center$ Create Career Center graphics budget Student Affairs$ Increase Student Affairs supply budget Transfer Center$ Create Transfer Center materials budget Transfer Center$ Create Transfer Center supply budget Transfer Center$ Create Transfer Center graphics budget Art$ One-Year Reallocation - Carpet to cover model stage - TBD $29,370.00

37 2.2e Classified, Management, Student or STNC employees needed PETALUMA CAMPUS Program/UnitCurrent PositionProposedSalary Cost Increase $ Benefits Cost Increase $ Total Increase $ CLASSIFIED ChemistryClassified Employees New Sci Lab Tech-Chem/Physical Science/Environmental Technology $48,024.00$21, $ 69, Facilities OperationClassified Employees New Building Maintenance Generalist$53,796.00$22, $ 76, Facilities OperationClassified Employees New AA II (50%) - Facilities Operations $22,704.00$10, $ 33, Media ServicesClassified Employees New Media Systems Technician I$53,796.00$22, $ 76, Counseling/A&RClassified Employees New AA II - Counseling/A&R$45,408.00$20, $ 66, District PoliceClassified Employees New Police Officer$60,924.00$23, $ 84, Life ScienceClassified Employees New SLIA - Microbiology/Life Science (.50%) $24,012.00$10, $ 34, MANAGEMENT Petaluma Campus Administration Management NewDean II, Instruction and Enrollment Management $112,740.00$25, $ 137,836.00

38 2.2e Classified, Management, Student or STNC employees needed PETALUMA CAMPUS Program/UnitCurrent PositionProposedSalary Cost Increase $ Benefits Cost Increase $ Total Increase $ STNC Media ServicesSTNC - As NeededMedia Systems Tech (9 hrs/wk; 42 wks) Manager backfill only as needed $7,485.00$ $ 8, STUDENT A&RStudent EmployeesA&R Assistant (520 hours)$4,368.00$ $ 4, CounselingStudent EmployeesCounseling Office Assistant (1040 hours) $8,736.00$ $ 9, Mahoney LibraryStudent EmployeesLibrary Assistant (10 hrs/wk x 36 wks) $3,024.00$ $ 3, Life ScienceStudent EmployeesLife Science Lab Assistant (10 hrs/wk; 42 wks) $3,528.00$ $ 3, Student AffairsStudent EmployeesStudent Affairs Assistant (1000 hours) $8,400.00$ $ 9, ChemistryStudent EmployeesChemistry Lab Assistant (10 hrs/wk; 42 wk) $3,528.00$ $ 3,853.00

39 New Faculty Positions Requested for Hire Psychology Food and Nutrition College Skills Counseling

40 2.4d Durable Equipment and Furniture PETALUMA CAMPUS Program/UnitItem DescriptionQtyCost EachTotal CostRoom or Space GroundsUtility Cart1$13, Maintenance Bldg Student AffairsHandcart1$ Student Affairs GroundsTree Climbing Gear $ Grounds CustodialElectric Snake1$3, Maintenance Bldg Facilities OperationHigh Lift (Exterior)1$30, Campus GroundsUtility Trailer1$4, Maintenance Bldg GroundsDrop Spreader1$2, Maint Bldg CustodialVacuum Cleaners, Upright (to replc 10yr old units) 3$775.00$2,325.00Custodial Facilities OperationPortable Dust Removal System1$3, Maintenance Bldg Facilities OperationRoto Hammer1$1, Maintenance Bldg Facilities OperationInformation Kiosks, free-standing2$5,000.00$10,000.00Campus Facilities OperationOutdoor Enclosed Message Boards5$1,000.00$5,000.00Campus Student AffairsLarge Format Color Laser Printer/Copies - CyBear South 1$3, Media ServicesEnclosure for Exterior Digial Signage1$6, Ellis Auditorium Coffee Table1$1, Green Room Ellis AuditoriumGlass cases, poster size3$1,500.00$4,500.00Ellis Auditorium Lobby Ellis AuditoriumStage Curtains for exit doorways1$2, Ellis Auditorium Performance Support Equipment, misc. $15, Ellis Auditorium Petaluma CampusOutdoor Audio System for on-campus events 1$20, Media Courtyard CaféOccasional Tables3$1,000.00$3,000.00Courtyard Café Ellis AuditoriumClassic 50 Music Stand40$58.75$2,350.00Ellis Auditorium Large Stand Cart2$475.00$950.00Ellis Auditorium Light for Music Stand41$45.00$1,845.00Ellis Auditorium Symphony Chair40$256.25$10,250.00Ellis Auditorium Chair Cart4$350.00$1,400.00Ellis Auditorium Conductors Preface Stand1$ Ellis Auditorium Make-up Station4$864.00$3,456.00Ellis Auditorium Rack and Roll Garment Storage2$791.00$1,582.00Ellis Auditorium Petaluma Campus Total $154,058.00

41 6.3b New Initiatives PETALUMA CAMPUS Program/UnitProject NameFunding Source CostObjectivesJustificationResources PEDAAA Degree and Vocational Certificate - Fitness and Nutrition Trainer District CTEA Instructional Equipment $25,000 Identify and create interdisciplinary curriculum to establish vocational degree and certificate in Fitness and Nutrition Trainer. Seek CTEA grant funding Community and industry need Faculty/department involvement Start-up supplies and equipment Digital MediaDigital Media Program Development District$5,000 Facilitate completion of the Petaluma Campus Digital Arts Lab Collaborate with academic disciplines in the development of Petaluma-based Multi-Media, Digital Media and Media Film certificates and major program of study Workplace and industry need Start-up materials, supplies, software ESLESL Program Improvement and Enrollment Growth District$7,000 Revitalize and grow enrollments in Petaluma Campus credit ESL courses Interdisciplinary/multi-site collaboration between ESL, Counseling, Tutoring, Community needFacilities, staffing, outreach, adjunct counseling/ESL faculty

42 Physical Fitness Center Weight Room

43 Goals Enrollment Growth & Management Plan Comprehensive Plan for Student Services & Programs Community Outreach & Involvement –Website Update ESL Program Growth & Development Emerging Careers & Technologies

44 Goals Emergency Planning and Preparedness Sustainable Practices Digital Signage Instructional Computing and Media Support Facilities Maintenance and Operations Business Services and Campus Support

45 Petaluma Campus What to Look for in the Future Growth – 12,000 students – Nearly twice current enrollment –‘Smart ‘Growth –Large Lecture Format –Student Engagement/Retention/Success Public Art Library Displays Student and Community Life Community Building

46 “Fresno” the Giraffe

47 “I’ll never talk out of turn again” by sculptor Robert Ellison

48 Peanuts Comes to Petaluma August 16 – October 30 © 2010 PEANUTS Worldwide LLC

49 Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma Campus COMMENTS? QUESTIONS?


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