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State Center Community College District Willow International Center Duty Day State of the Center Report Deborah J. Ikeda, Campus President August 9, 2012.

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1 State Center Community College District Willow International Center Duty Day State of the Center Report Deborah J. Ikeda, Campus President August 9, 2012

2 The mission of the Willow International Center, is to provide affordable and comprehensive educational opportunities to a diverse population of students who seek opportunities for basic skills development, associate degrees, certificates, transfer, and lifelong learning that will enable them to become engaged participants in local and global communities. Student success will be measured through a continuous improvement process with an emphasis on student learning outcomes. Willow International Mission Statement

3 Willow International Vision Statement The Willow International Center will achieve independent college status with a broad, technology- based curriculum that meets the individual educational needs of our clients in a global environment. We will provide access to people from diverse economic, demographic, intellectual, and technological communities. Our multi-faceted approach, including but not limited to, student contact, technological outreach, and building community partnerships, will provide a comprehensive system of learning opportunities and educational support service. 3

4 Willow International Core Values The faculty and staff of the Willow International Center dedicate themselves to these core values:  Integrity  Respect  Flexibility  Cooperation, Collaboration  Initiative  Responsibility  Challenges  Supportiveness  Communication  Diplomacy  Mentorship  Empathy  Curiosity  Participation  Confidence 4

5 Spring 2012  North Centers Review – 2012: A Collection of Student Work from the English and Art Departments of the North Centers 5

6 Summer 2012  New Hires  Accreditation Response  Transitioning Madera and Oakhurst to Reedley College  Board Meeting 6

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8 Accreditation 2012  Accreditation Response  Willow International Center (Due October 15, 2012)  Team Visit: Expected the 1 st week in November

9  Annual Reports  Due Fall 2011 Reviews  Art  Criminology  History  Music  Philosophy  Political Science  Psychology  Sociology  Start Fall 2012 Reviews  Composition  Reading  Communication  Languages Abbreviated Report: Creative Writing, Film, Literature, Critical Thinking, Honors Program, Linguistics, Tutorial Center 9 Program Review

10 Integrated Planning  Educational Master Plan  Annual Strategic Plan  Facilities Master Plan  Functional Plans  Enrollment Management  Technology  Student Success/Matriculation – Student Success Act of 2012 replace matriculation  SCCCD  District Strategic Plan and Integrated  Resource Allocation Model 10

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12 Budget Outlook State ImpactSCCCD Impact T A X I N I T I A T I V E FailsPassesFailsPasses State Apportionment-$338M *$855M-$8.3M *$23.8M Deferrals-$961M-$801.1M-$28M-$23.3M Restoration$50M$1.1M *Assumes Tax Initiative collects $855M in estimated revenues (actual collections could be significantly less) 12

13 Budget (Continued) TAX INITIATIVE FAILURESCCCD SHORTFALL ADDITIONAL DEFICIT (1.9 Million) $ (1,900,000) BUDGET SHORTFALL SOLUTION Additional Funding Due to San Mateo $ 1,300,000 Basic Aid RDA Mandated Block $ 650,000 $ 50,000 13

14 Enrollment Report  WSCH/FTEF –  Weekly Student Contact Hours divided by Full Time Equivalent Faculty  The target for WSCH per FTEF is

15 Facilities/Safety Programs  WI Behymer Entrance  Emergency Alert  Facilities Master Plan 15

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