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Constraints on CSU Campuses from the BOT and CO. Ted Anagnoson Vice Chair of the ASCSU. Sources. BOT minutes/agendas The flow of money Charlie Reed’s speeches EOs Coded memos Observation, listening…. Priority number 1. Make your enrollment targets. Facilitating Graduation.

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constraints on csu campuses from the bot and co

Constraints on CSU Campuses from the BOT and CO

Ted Anagnoson

Vice Chair of the ASCSU

sources
Sources
  • BOT minutes/agendas
  • The flow of money
  • Charlie Reed’s speeches
  • EOs
  • Coded memos
  • Observation, listening….
priority number 1
Priority number 1
  • Make your enrollment targets
facilitating graduation
Facilitating Graduation
  • A BOT initiative, w/22 points.
  • The more important:
    • 1. Reducing the required units to the BA
    • 2. Reduce campus graduation requirements
    • 6. Choosing a major early
slide5
7-8-9-10 Roadmaps and mandatory individual student study plans
  • 11. Tutoring, supplementary learning, etc.
  • 12. Renewed enforcement of policies to limit or discourage drops, W’s, I’s
  • 13. Limited course repetitions
  • 14. Rich CMS environment for advisors
  • 15. Strong, timely major advisement
    • Increase the frequency of advisement in the major, recognize the workload implications
slide6
16. Frequent use of degree audits
  • 17. Mandatory degree audits at 105 quarter units
  • 18. Intrusive advisement as students exceed the minimum units for their degrees
    • Advise students >20% over the limit from their Dean’s office – don’t allow electives?
    • Get more intrusive the more units they take
    • Could this work in a predominantly transfer institution?
slide7
CAFG in sum:
    • A serious initiative, done to prevent the Governor from imposing an excess unit fee (“full cost of education”) on students
technology cms
Technology / CMS
  • Continued series of briefings to the BOT
  • Emphasis does not correspond with the “rubber on the road”
audits
Audits
  • A Chancellor Reed priority
  • All salaries for executive officers are on the table and public
  • Campus audits are to be taken very seriously
other bot priorities
Other BOT priorities
  • Lower Division Transfer Program
    • Really only affects impacted campuses
    • Others affected in their curricula
  • Early Assessment Program
    • A major systemwide priority – expensive
    • Not clear as to whether it will help improve remediation rates….still waiting…
    • Reducing remediation is a major BOT priority
other bot priorities1
Other BOT Priorities
  • Service learning and community service
  • CSU Advantage: links to industry.
    • Chancellor Reed’s industry forums
  • The “culture of philanthropy” – raise more non-state money
  • Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes
slide12
Information competency
    • Definite interest in it, but not clear that this will become a priority
  • Faculty and staff housing
  • Quality improvement
  • Year round operations
the result
The result?
  • Over time
    • A gradual reduction in campus autonomy
    • More uniform and less diverse
    • Excellence? Quality?
problem areas
Problem areas
  • Unfunded mandates
  • Completing requirements but doing so so poorly that nothing works where the rubber hits the road
  • The sharp divergence between what the BOT and CO staff aspire to and where money flows in the CSU
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