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1 East Campus Enrollment Management Retreat Wednesday, February 17, 2010

2 Time for LUNCH……… Today’s Agenda: 11:30 Lunch 12:15 State of theCampus –Where we’ve been 12:30 Trend Reports 1:15 The Future –Where we’re going 2:00 Faculty Development 2:15 Honors 2:30 Divisional Team Work

3 The Agenda………… 11:30Lunch 12:15State of the Campus Where we’ve been 12:30Trend Reports 1:15The Future Where we’re going 2:00Faculty Development 2:15Honors 2:30Divisional Team Planning

4 State of East Campus  Academic Success Center  Expanded Services and Programs  Campus Technology Plan  Faculty Development  Conflict Resolution  Academic Dispute  Student Code of Conduct  Strategic Enrollment Management  Faculty Recruitment, Hiring, and Training  Full Time  Adjunct  Facilities  Reservation Plan  Utilization Reports

5 Math Language/ Comm. Testing Mid-Size Tutoring Small Tutoring Honors IMC or AV OSD Preview Area Academic Success Center

6 Campus Technology Plan

7 Conflict Resolution  Ombudsman Program  Conflict Resolution [Lowest Possible Level]  Online Petition  Revised Policies:  Student Academic Dispute and Administrative Complaint Resolution Policy  Student Code of Conduct

8 Strategic Enrollment Management The Pillars –Recruitment –Retention

9 The Key….Developing Good Enrollment Management Principles East Campus Core Design Principles: Supports an optimum learning environment based on standards of excellence Reflects a balance of effective resource allocation Contributes to campus and college enrollment goals Provides for appropriate faculty and student support systems in all delivery and scheduling methods Reflects college and community needs Shared decision-making process for all stakeholders with participation in the communication to constituents Provides for “best-practice” communication with students

10 Principles for Academic Affairs Hiring  Focus hiring decisions on what is best for student learning and completion  Focus hiring decisions based on the goals of the institution, fiscal responsibility, and areas of growth to fulfill the enrollment management plan  Focus hiring decisions to provide appropriate faculty leadership [full-time] and support in all program/discipline areas.  Maintain and enhance equity in the distribution of full-time faculty across campuses and disciplines.

11 Principles for Adjunct Advisory  Work collaboratively and inclusively, bringing together representatives from human resources, academic divisions, Faculty Development, and Campus Administrations to address and overcome the barriers to hiring adjunct faculty in a fast, flexible, friendly, and focused manner.  Support the facilitation of information sharing  Support the development and implementation of uniform and standardized adjunct hiring procedures and standards  Ensure that hiring of adjunct faculty meets Human Resource hiring guidelines  Ensure that hiring of adjunct faculty meets SACS Accreditation standards  Provide training and professional development opportunities prior to and during employment with College  Promote and support diversity

12 Class Schedule Design Principles  Deans have sufficient time to develop and enter the class schedule.  Provosts have sufficient time to review class schedule before public posting.  Students can see the class schedule early to support planning.  Faculty has sufficient notice of their teaching assignments.  Admissions & Records has sufficient notice to prepare for class input.  Assistant Provosts have sufficient time to coordinate with Deans on facility assignment after schedule is developed.  Everyone understands that the earlier a schedule is developed, the less accurate it is, particularly in regards to faculty assignment.

13 Annual Class Schedule Building Timeline TERMTo Deans for Input DEAN Deadline To ProvostPosted to Web SummerJuly 1October 1October 2-14October 15 FallNovember 15March 1March 2-14March 15 SpringFebruary 1May 1May 2-14May 15

14 Trend Reports Divisional Enrollment Reports –Instructional/Capacity –Daily Enrollments –Front-End Courses Online Courses Honors Courses Dual Enrollment Institutional Research Data


16 The Future Plan – Where are we going?  6% Growth Fall 2010 [Campus]  Strategic Scheduling & Packaging  Facilities Management  Faculty Recruitment, Hiring, & Training  Faculty Development  Full- and Part-Time  Technology Planning  Assess Current facilities and determine Need

17 Discussion/Planning Points 6% Campus Growth – Fall 2010 –Front Door Courses [Gatekeepers] Communication Humanities Math Course Distribution –Morning –Afternoon –Evening –Weekend –Flex Start Online Honors LinC Dual Enrollment Response

18 Facilities Management Space –Review Utilization Room Capacity vs. Seats –Determine Need Student-Centered Scheduling –Build Class Schedule based on Student Need & Desire Top Enrollment Courses At Convenient times fro students –Schedule Faculty

19 Faculty Development Faculty Development Offerings [Full- & Part-Time] Associate Faculty Program Online Teaching and Learning Faculty Development Resources for Online Teaching and Learning Wendy Dew, Academic Coordinator for Faculty Development

20 What’s New in 2010? Valerie Burks, Honors Program Director

21 Divisional Team Planning Review Data/Reports Develop an Enrollment SWOT Assess current: –Facilities –Staff Plan –Enrollment –Faculty –Facilities

22 East Campus Enrollment Management SWOT……from a divisional perspective. Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats

23 Final thoughts………….. Enrollment Management is… –Everyone’s Job –The Key to Student Success! –Fun!

24 Thank you for coming to the East Campus February 2010 Enrollment Management Retreat!

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