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Fall Faculty & Staff Meeting. October 9, 2006. Overview. United Way Kickoff Enrollment Stats – Fall 2006 Anderson Campus Update Strategic Plan (2006-07) – Executive Staff Activities Becoming a Learning College SACS and QEP Update. Support United Way!. Lynn Lollis, Campaign Chair

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overview
Overview
  • United Way Kickoff
  • Enrollment Stats – Fall 2006
  • Anderson Campus Update
  • Strategic Plan (2006-07) – Executive Staff Activities
  • Becoming a Learning College
  • SACS and QEP Update
support united way

Support United Way!

Lynn Lollis, Campaign Chair

Lane Hudson, Campaign Co-Chair

2006-07

anderson campus update
Expected to open Spring 2007

Campus-wide planning underway

Credit by Summer

Start with C.E. Classes in Spring

Anderson Campus Update
strategic plan 2006 07

Strategic Plan 2006-07

Executive Staff Activities

enhance opportunities for student success
Enhance Opportunities for Student Success
  • Student Learning Initiative: Establish the essential foundation elements for becoming a Learning College.

Executive Staff Activities:

    • Introduce the Learning College concept
    • Define the needs and approach required to embrace a “Culture of Evidence”
    • Integrate Outcomes/Assessment and Institutional Planning
  • Student Retention Initiative: Improve the programming and services that impact student retention.
promote a collegial and diverse environment
Promote a Collegial and Diverse Environment
  • Organizational Culture Initiative: Foster an organizational culture that encourages open and full participation of all employees and students in the life of the College.

Executive Staff Activities:

    • Define the organizational culture
    • Assess perceptions and needs of the campus community
    • Develop and prioritize strategies for achieving the desired culture
  • Diversity Initiative: Increase diversity of the campus community.
promote professional development and personal enrichment of employees
Promote Professional Development and Personal Enrichment of Employees
  • Professional Development Initiative: Provide mechanisms to build awareness, develop skills, and expand perspectives of employees through professional development.

Executive Staff Activities:

    • Provide appropriate support for professional development
  • Personal Enrichment Initiative: Encourage employee participation in personal enrichment experiences

Executive Staff Activity:

    • Define processes and conditions needed to support employee participation in PD experiences
promote economic and community development
Promote Economic and Community Development.
  • Collaborations Initiative: Increase mutually beneficial collaborations between the College and the community and between the College and other institutions of higher education.
  • College Image Initiative: Define the desired image of the College and implement programs and activities to achieve the desired image.
  • Economic Development Initiative: Initiate economic development programs and partnerships in the service area.
improve the physical environment
Improve the Physical Environment.
  • Physical Environment Initiative: Provide a physical environment that enhances student learning and employee satisfaction.
expand educational opportunities
Expand Educational Opportunities
  • Educational Opportunities Initiative: Expand educational opportunities that effectively meet the economic and personal goals of all segments of the service area.

Executive Staff Activity:

    • Establish a systematic process to coordinate a smooth transition to the Anderson Campus facility and to provide effective internal and external communication
becoming a learning college
Becoming aLearning College
  • We exist to produce LEARNING!
  • Learning is our PRODUCT!
characteristics of a learning college
Characteristics of a Learning College
  • Be committed to student learning;
  • Organize our work for the purpose of student learning;
  • Put learning first in everything we do and think seriously about how we engage students for learning;
  • Provide meaningful learning options for students that may be cross disciplinary;
  • Treat our students as full partners in the learning process;
  • See our faculty as learning facilitators, not deliverers of content;
  • Conduct meaningful assessment of student learning;
  • Develop a college culture that supports learning at every level of the institution.
sacs reaffirmation
SACS Reaffirmation
  • Compliance Report (completed; final issues addressed during on-site team visit)
  • Quality Enhancement Plan
    • Review by on-site team Oct 30-31 and Nov 1
    • Decision expected Nov 1
    • Disapprove; or
    • Approve (and offer recommendations); or
    • Approve (with no recommendations)
  • Ruling on Reaffirmation (June 2007)
preparing for the on site visit
Preparing for the On-Site Visit

On-site team will meet with groups of

faculty, staff, and students

  • Review latest QEP information—Check QEP portal on Campus Pipeline
quality enhancement plan
Quality Enhancement Plan
  • The topic of the QEP is the Learning Excellence Initiative (LEI)
  • Purpose:

To improve students’ learning and their learning capacity during the transitional experience, and to foster their social and academic integration into the institution . . .

learning excellence initiative
Learning Excellence Initiative
  • Three components:

1. Smart Start

2. Freshman Seminar

3. Learning Communities

lei implementation next steps
LEI Implementation: Next Steps

Establish LEI Implementation Team

  • Complete initial planning work
    • Smart Start begins May 2007
    • Initial COL 105 and learning communities offered Fall 2007
sc technical college system legislative priorities 2007 08
SC Technical College SystemLegislative Priorities2007-08
  • Lottery Funding
    • Tuition Assistance: $47.6M requested
    • Technology Equipment Funding: $12M for higher education; $5M flows to Technical Colleges.
legislative priorities 2007 08 general funding
Legislative Priorities2007-08 – General Funding
  • Continuing and Expanding the Allied Healthcare Initiative ($15M recurring)
  • Ensuring Quality and Innovation Through Teaching Faculty ($8M recurring)
  • Developing a Statewide Registered Apprenticeship System Coordinated within the SC Tech System ($1M recurring)
  • Supporting CATT ($8M nonrecurring)
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