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Peralta Community College District. Strategic Planning Accomplishments Short Term Institutional Objectives and Pilot of Planning and Budgeting Model Board Presentation September 15, 2009. 3 rd Year of Implementation. December 2006 - Strategic Plan (1 st edition)

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peralta community college district
Peralta Community College District

Strategic Planning


Short Term Institutional Objectives and

Pilot of Planning and Budgeting Model

Board Presentation

September 15, 2009

3 rd year of implementation
3rd Year of Implementation

December 2006

- Strategic Plan (1st edition)

( Goals: Students, Communities, Programs, Collaboration, Resources)

Year 1: July ’07 - June ’08

  • Short Term Institutional Objectives
  • Strategic Plan (2nd edition)

Year 2: July ’08 – June ’09

  • Long Term Institutional Objectives
  • Short Term Institutional Objectives

Year 3: July ’09 – June ’10

  • Short Term Institutional Objectives
strategic goal a advance student access equity and success
Strategic Goal A:Advance Student Access, Equity, and Success
  • Achieved Enrollment Target.
  • Completed Successful Accreditation Self Study.
  • Achieved goal of increased student persistence.
strategic goal b engage community partners
Strategic Goal B:Engage Community Partners
  • Community Organizations: Cypress-Mandela: The Workforce Collaborative, The Unity Council, Labor.
  • Corporate: Bank of America, Give Something Back, Trade and Logistics companies, CHORI.
  • Workforce Development Agencies: Alameda County WIB, Oakland WIB, Oakland PIC, Richmond WIB, Contra Costa WIB.
  • Other Education Agencies: OUSD, AUSD, Cal State East Bay, Charter Schools, UC Berkeley, Contra Costa Community College District.
Strategic Goal C:Build Programs of Distinction- Complete Educational Master Plans and Resource Master Plans
  • Educational Master Plans completed for BCC, Merritt and College of Alameda, ( Laney to complete by December 2009).
  • Resource Master Plans to be completed and presented to Committees through new Planning and Budgeting Integration Model.
strategic goal d create a culture of innovation and collaboration
Strategic Goal D:Create a Culture of Innovation and Collaboration
  • Chancellor’s Working Group (CWG) Members

(January – May 2009)

    • Joseph Bielanski, Berkeley City College Academic Senate President
    • Carlotta Campbell, College of Alameda Academic Senate President
    • Karolyn Van Putten, Laney College Academic Senate President
    • Anne Elliot, Merritt College Academic Senate President
    • Debby Weintraub, PFT President
    • Mark Greenside, PFT
    • Matthew Goldstein, PFT
    • Patricia Dudley, PFT
    • Rona Young, Classified Senate
    • Horace Graham, Classified Senate
    • Jeanette Jackson, Vice President, Instruction, College of Alameda
    • Frank Chong, President, Laney College
    • Thuy Nguyen, Strategic Planning Manager
    • Debbie Budd, Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs
strategic goal e develop resources to advance and sustain our mission
Strategic Goal E:Develop Resources to Advance and Sustain Our Mission
  • The Goal was to increase non-general fund money to be twice what it was in 07-08. (contract education, funds from fundraising, international tuition, out-of–state tuition, grant money, etc.)
  • The goal was met and exceeded. Went from Just over $8 million in non-general fund money to over $20 million.
planning and budget integration model
Planning and Budget Integration Model

Board of Trustees

Chancellor / SMT

District Planning and Budgeting Council

Technology Committee

Education Committee

Facilities Committee

Berkeley City College

College of Alameda

Laney College

Merritt College

guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • District-Wide Perspective
  • Shared Agreement ~ work toward consensus
  • Consistent Membership and Attendance
  • Support for Committee Effectiveness
  • Integrated Annual Calendar – Timely Decisions
  • Communication to Colleges and College Committees
  • Transparency / Open Meetings
  • Official Membership
  • Flexibility and Learning