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  1. A Community of Colleges… A World of Opportunity

  2. 1985 1962 1992 1968 1965 1965 Phoenix College Maricopa Community Colleges 1982 1979 1978 1920 1970

  3. PC Student Headcount Fall 1993 – Fall 2002

  4. Evening Enrollment

  5. Occupational Enrollment

  6. Part Time Enrollment

  7. Student Profile • Gender and Age • Ethnicity • Demographic Changes • Languages • HS Attendance

  8. Gender and Age Fall 2002 GenderMale: 35.6% Female: 55.8%Unspecified: 8.6% Fall 2002 AgesAges 15-19: 18.1%Ages 20-24: 27.0%Ages 25-29: 14.9%Ages 30-39: 17.4%Ages 40-49: 12.0%Ages 50-59: 5.9%Ages 60+: 2.8%Age unspecified: 2.0%

  9. Fall 2002 Ethnicity

  10. Hispanic Growth

  11. Osborn School District 3rd Grade Population

  12. Primary Language Spoken Top Ten Languages 1. English 6. Russian 2. Spanish 7. Croatian 3. Vietnamese 8. French 4. Navajo 9. Chinese 5. Arabic 10.Serbian

  13. Previous High School Attendance • 24% of Fall 2002 students reported last attending high school in the Phoenix Union High School District. • 28% of students reported last attending high school in another state. • 7.6% reported last attending high school outside the United States.

  14. Why do students come toPhoenix College?

  15. Meeting Workforce Demands • Teachers • Allied Health Professionals • Paramedics • Childcare Professionals

  16. Customized Training and Education • DMB Sports Clubs • City of Phoenix • Choice International • CIGNA • United Modular • Bashas’ • Wells Fargo • PUHSD • Holsum Bakery To learn more visit: www.phoenixcollege.edu/customtraining

  17. Fit for Life • Wellness classes • Silver Sneakers program • Fitness Center discount for ages 62 plus To learn more visit: http://www.pc.maricopa.edu/departments/help/index.html

  18. A Good Investment • 2002-2003 • PC: $1,104 (Fall/Spring) • ASU: $2,508 (Fall/Spring) • 2003-2004 • PC: $1,104 (Fall/Spring) (no change) • ASU: $3,508 (Fall/Spring) ($1,000 increase)

  19. The Community College Philosophy • The Master Teacher • Smaller Class Sizes • A Focus on Community

  20. Phoenix CollegeVision Phoenix College will be an exemplary educational institution, caring, innovative, and creative. It will be responsive to its diverse community, offering supportive environments for student success, promoting lifelong learning.

  21. Phoenix CollegeMission Phoenix College is a comprehensive community college responsive to the changing needs of the community and individuals pursuing academic, occupational, developmental, and personal enrichment goals.

  22. Recent Achievements Model UN Club: Recently earned Overall Best Delegation Award at the Model UN Conference; also, two students won Outstanding Delegation Award. Athletics: NJCAA named four PC athletic teams Academic All-Americans and three as Academic Teams-of-the-Year for Fall 2002. To learn more visit: http://www.pc.maricopa.edu/news/January/modelun.html http://www.pc.maricopa.edu/news/March/allamericanteams.html

  23. Prominent Alumni • Rose Mofford – 1980’s, former Governor of Arizona • Peterson Zah – 1960, former Head of the Navajo Nation • Fred Carr – 1965, former NFL Green Bay Packer • Herb Drinkwater–1957, former Mayor of Scottsdale • Florence Eckstein – 1960, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix • Darrel Sawyer – 1951, Sawyer Aviation • Vonda Kay Van Dyke – 1963, Miss America • Peter Rios – 1971, AZ State Senator • Harold Hurtt – 1960’s, Phoenix Chief of Police • Marshall Trimble – 1959, AZ State Historian • Preston Westmoreland – 1977, KTAR • Leland Leonard – 1972, Phoenix Indian Center • Cloves C. Campbell – 1952, publisher, AZ Informant

  24. Phoenix College Community Roundtable Additional Members • Dr. Raj K. Chopra - Superintendent of PUHSD • Jerry Colangelo - Vice President, Chairman/CEO of the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks • Alton Washington – Phoenix Special Assistant City Manager • Nancy Jordan – ASUAssistant Vice President Institutional Advancement • Manuel B. Frias – Principal, The Sereno Group • Cecilia D. Esquer, Esq. – Chief Counsel, Public Advocacy Division, Office of the Attorney General, State of Arizona & former Faculty, Phoenix College • Ray Buchanan – Neighborhood Specialist, City of Phoenix

  25. Phoenix College Strategic Initiatives • Facilitating Vital Change • Promoting Student Success • Partnering with Business and Community • Commitment to Employee Excellence • Leveraging Technology • Facilities Improvement • Optimizing Financial Resources

  26. A Community of Colleges… A World of Opportunity