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2 St. Philip’s College Call to Conversation October 24, 2012

3 Texas Award for Performance Excellence Application

4 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE) State level Baldrige award Mission: Improve the competitiveness and performance of U.S. organizations

5 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE) The Baldrige journey is about learning how to achieve: Effectiveness Sustainability Innovation World-class results Integrated processes Organizational learning

6 TAPE Application Status St. Philip’s College Status: 2010Engagement Level Recognition 2011 Achievement Level Recognition 2013 Application for Award Recognition Site Visit January 13 – 19, 2013 Award and Recognition Announcements – March 7, 2013

7 Application Status APPLICATION SUBMITTED: OCTOBER 5, 2012 SITE VISIT: JANUARY 13-19, 2013 Meetings Interviews General Questions STRATEGIC PRIORITIES: Process Improvement: Efficiencies, alignment, and outcomes (Data driven)—Keep It Simple Financial Literacy—Generating Wealth Developmental Education: new state policy and requirements —MyMastery

8 Legacy

9 Bowden Elementary School Adoption Project

10 Bowden Elementary School Mentor Project

11 Student Success Philosophy Statement

12 Proposed Philosophy St. Philip’s College believes the first year experience is the beginning of a student’s journey towards leadership, personal growth, and a lifelong appreciation for learning. We embrace our first year students’ diverse background and preparation for learning, while recognizing their vast potential for growth. We encourage our first year students to develop and walk in their passion through active engagement, personal commitment and responsibility, critical thinking, inclusiveness, and ethical behavior.

13 Proposed Philosophy St. Philip’s College will set the standard for first year students to achieve success by: Building a vibrant learning environment through stimulating intellectual curiosity, creativity, and exploration of information and ideas, as well as mastery of content; actively and intentionally engaging first year students in the campus community; developing learning opportunities that offer first‐year students multiple possibilities for their future; and equipping first year students with an enduring passion for learning;

14 Proposed Philosophy Building a cohesive community by nurturing relationships between administration, faculty, students, and staff through instruction, mentoring, and advising; Cultivating a supportive environment through mutual respect, shared responsibility, and a campus ethic of care; and Building a sustainable community through students’ wealth generation and lifelong contributions to their profession, community, and family.

15 MyMap Information

16 MyMap Student Success Priorities developed Flowchart created-incorporated elements from Completion by Design (Connection-Entry & New Student Orientation-Progress-Completion) Presented and approved by the Board of Trustees Priorities shared with the college community in each of the Division meetings during the Fall Professional Development Week

17 Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO TSI Components Required Readiness Progress Completion FTIC Student Success Pathway AC Online Graduation Required Readiness LEGEND New Student Orientation Continuum MyMAP MODULE Optional Success Initiatives

18 Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Admissions Process Introduction to College & Pathways Complete ApplyTX Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO Alamo Colleges Website TSI Components Required Readiness Outreach & Recruitment Military Education Centers High School Transition Public Relations Education Initiatives College Connections Community Partnerships Community Education Centers Progress Continuing Education College Programs Mobile GO Center Completion cafécollege Financial Aid Saturdays FTIC Student Success Pathway AC Online Prior Learning Assessment Graduation Required Readiness LEGEND Academies New Student Orientation Continuum Dual Credit / Early Admissions GED/ABE/ESL MyMAP MODULE Optional Success Initiatives Early College

19 Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Admissions Process Introduction to College & Pathways Assessment Information Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Online Advising HOLA START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week SDEV First Week Attendance Complete ApplyTX New Student & Family Convocation GPS Registration I CARE (Student Responsibility) IEP Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO Complete Test Need to test Alamo Colleges Website Attendance & Early Alert (Grades First) TSI Components Required Readiness Outreach & Recruitment Military Education Centers High School Transition Public Relations Education Initiatives College Connections Community Partnerships Community Education Centers Progress Continuing Education College Programs Mobile GO Center PASS 15 hrs. Completion Yes No cafécollege Financial Aid Saturdays FTIC Student Success Pathway AC Online Prior Learning Assessment Paying for College Graduation Required Readiness LEGEND Academies New Student Orientation Continuum Dual Credit / Early Admissions GED/ABE/ESL MyMAP MODULE Optional Success Initiatives optional Early College On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts ACES On Campus PASS 15 hrs.

20 Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Admissions Process Introduction to College & Pathways Assessment Information Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Online Advising HOLA START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week SDEV First Week Attendance Complete ApplyTX New Student & Family Convocation GPS Registration I CARE (Student Responsibility) IEP Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO Complete Test Need to test Alamo Colleges Website Attendance & Early Alert (Grades First) TSI Components Required Readiness Outreach & Recruitment Military Education Centers High School Transition Public Relations Education Initiatives College Connections Community Partnerships Community Education Centers Progress Continuing Education College Programs Mobile GO Center 30 Hour Milestone PASS 15 hrs. Mid-term Grades & Alert 4 week Alert 60 Hour Milestone Completion Yes No cafécollege Financial Aid Saturdays FTIC Student Success Pathway AC Online Prior Learning Assessment Paying for College Graduation Required Readiness LEGEND Academies New Student Orientation Continuum Dual Credit / Early Admissions GED/ABE/ESL MyMAP MODULE Optional Success Initiatives optional Early College Week Prior to Drop Date Alert 15 Hour Milestone 42 Hour Core Milestone On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts ACES On Campus PASS 15 hrs.

21 Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Admissions Process Introduction to College & Pathways Assessment Information Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Online Advising HOLA START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week SDEV First Week Attendance Complete ApplyTX New Student & Family Convocation GPS Registration I CARE (Student Responsibility) IEP Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO Complete Test Need to test Alamo Colleges Website Attendance & Early Alert (Grades First) TSI Components Required Readiness Outreach & Recruitment Military Education Centers High School Transition Public Relations Education Initiatives College Connections Community Partnerships Community Education Centers Progress Continuing Education College Programs Mobile GO Center 30 Hour Milestone PASS 15 hrs. Mid-term Grades & Alert 4 week Alert 60 Hour Milestone Completion Yes No Automatic Degree Alamo GPS IEP Reverse Transfer cafécollege Financial Aid Saturdays FTIC Student Success Pathway AC Online Prior Learning Assessment Paying for College Graduation Required Readiness LEGEND Academies New Student Orientation Continuum Dual Credit / Early Admissions GED/ABE/ESL MyMAP MODULE Optional Success Initiatives optional Early College Week Prior to Drop Date Alert Graduation Readiness & Processing Completion, Transfer and Placement 15 Hour Milestone 42 Hour Core Milestone On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts ACES On Campus PASS 15 hrs.

22 Student Success Priorities MyMAP 1.Prepare all entering students to perform to the best of their ability on the assessment exam, provide students with career path information that aligns with their interest area and basic skill levels, and provide multiple options for completing the developmental education requirements as quickly as possible to enter their program of choice.

23 Student Success Priorities MyMAP 2. Develop a comprehensive academic advising program, including current initiatives, that teaches students what they must do to be successful through well-designed advising that includes faculty, advisors, and all others who are in contact with students

24 Student Success Priorities MyMAP 3.Provide electronic system that allows students and advisors to align program requirements and the student’s record to identify progress toward completion at any time, provide communication with students about their progress, and provide award of certificate/degree upon completion

25 Student Success Priorities MyMAP 4. Expand faculty development programs across colleges to develop a comprehensive professional development program that prepares faculty and staff to serve students through the MyMAP system with a focus on student success, develop a professional development program for adjunct faculty

26 This Semester 4 Cross college teams (1 per priority) assembled Charge: To develop each strategy (procedures/guidelines, processes, tools) and present the time required for development. Initial document of priorities sent to PVC

27 Strategies Recommended High School Partnership Curriculum Development Advising and Communication Selecting Major, Monitoring Progress and Communicating Toward Completion, Awarding Completions Professional Enrichment Evaluation

28 Next Steps Further prioritization of these strategies Development of procedures and guidelines Presentation to the PVC

29 Call to Conversation PACE SURVEY RESULTS SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results PRESENTED BY: Dr. Adena Williams Loston Mecca M. Salahuddin

30 In February 2012, the Personal Assessment of the College Environment (PACE) survey was administered to 891 employees at St. Philip’s College (SPC). The purpose of the survey was to obtain the perceptions of personnel concerning the college climate and to provide data to assist SPC in promoting more open and constructive communication among faculty, staff, and administrators. SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Institutional StructureSupervisory RelationshipsTeamworkStudent Focus Leadership Student Success The PACE Model Climate Factors Driver Outcome

31 Respondent Characteristics Administrator 8 of 8 Returned 100% Response Rate Faculty 153 of 493 Returned 31% Response Rate Other 4 Did not indicate classification Professional 64 of 102 Returned 62% Response Rate Classified 99 of 188 Returned 52% Response SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Of the 891 SPC employees administered the survey, 328 (36.8%) completed the PACE survey.

32 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results St. Philip’s College Climate Rated by All Employees Collaborative Consultative Competitive Coercive At SPC, the overall results from the PACE instrument indicate a healthy campus climate, yielding an overall 3.54 mean score or middle Consultative system. The Student Focus category received the highest mean score (3.87), whereas the Institutional Structure category received the lowest mean score (3.05).

33 Researchers have discovered a strong relationship between the climate of an organization and the leadership styles of the managers and leaders in the organization. SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results NILIE Four Systems Model Consultative Leaders have substantial but not complete confidence and trust in employees Employees are significantly involved in the decision-making process Leaders consult with followers regarding decisions Lower levels exercise cooperation toward accomplishment of goals Influence is through rewards process; Occasional punishment and some collaboration occur

34 Researchers have discovered a strong relationship between the climate of an organization and the leadership styles of the managers and leaders in the organization. SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results NILIE Four Systems Model Collaborative Leaders have demonstrated confidence and trust in employees Employees are involved in appropriate aspects of decision- making Decisions are widely dispersed throughout the organization and is well integrated across all levels Collaboration is employed throughout the organization Employees are influenced through participation and involvement in developing economic rewards, setting goals, improving methods, and appraising progress toward goals

35 Top Mean Scores SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Of the 46 standard PACE questions, the top mean scores were identified. These represent the highest ratings throughout the four Climate Factors – Institutional Structure, Supervisory Relationships, Teamwork, and Student Focus.

36 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Areas in Need of Improvement These data represent the 10 areas in need of improvement as rated throughout the four Climate Factors – Institutional Structure, Supervisory Relationships, Teamwork, and Student Focus.

37 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Graph shows data for each climate factor by personnel classification and administration year. Results show an increase from 2008 to 2012 for all four factors among Administrators and Professionals. Also, results show an increase among all personnel for the Student Focus factor.

38 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Graph shows data from the “Supervisory Relationships” factor. Respondents were asked “The extent to which professional development and training opportunities are available”. Results show an increase from 2008 to Spring 2012 results are higher than the National Norm, as well as SAC and the District.

39 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Graph shows data from the “Customized” factor. Respondents were asked “The extent to which the institution provides a safe and secure working environment”. Results show a slight increase from 2008 to 2012.

40 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Graph shows data from the “Institutional Structure” factor. Respondents were asked “The extent to which open and ethical communication is practiced at this institution”. Results show a slight decrease from 2008 to 2012.

41 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results Graph shows data from the “Customized” factor. Respondents were asked “The extent to which I am satisfied with my overall employment experience at this institution”. Results show decreases for all institutions from 2008 to 2012.

42 SPC 2012 PACE Survey Results For additional data and information regarding the results of the PACE Survey please visit the College’s Alamo Share site Contact the Office of Planning, Research, and Effectiveness


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