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  1. Major Findings from the Environmental Scan Based on research prepared by Chuck McIntyre, Ph.D. Presented by Kristina Kauffman and David Torres

  2. RCCD Service Area

  3. Components of Population Change Riverside San Bern Orange LA CA, Outside Riverside

  4. RCCD Service Area • RCCD area: many competitors, relatively few roads, lots of unincorporated area • Typically 5% yearly population growth • Vs. Riverside County 4% • Vs. San Bernardino 2.6% • Orange County 1.4% • Los Angeles County 1.3% • California 1.5%

  5. Changes in RCCD Service Area • Last 15 years: Unincorporated area, Corona, Riverside City largest growers • Next 15 years: rate slows, but numbers continue to be large in unincorporated area, Moreno Valley and Riverside

  6. Changes in RCCD service area

  7. RCCD Service Area Diversity • Perris, Mira Loma and Colton are most Hispanic and youngest with lowest incomes • Corona and Norco have many working adults with higher incomes

  8. RCCD and Other HS Graduates

  9. RCCD area problems • Lack of skilled labor • Lack of jobs for householders • Commuting

  10. Industries Outlook • Top area industries: • Logistics • Construction • Health • Education • Finance • Biotech

  11. Most area job openings in: • Retail Trade • Business • Construction • Education • Health • Hospitality

  12. Annual Industry Job Openings

  13. Most area jobs for BA/BS • Managers • Accountants • Auditors • K-12 teachers

  14. Most jobs for postsecondary education • First line supervisors • Carpenters • Truckers • Nurses • K-12 Teaching assistants • Customer Service Representatives

  15. RCCD Student Population Changes • After 2001 jump, evening and part-time enrollment down in 2003 • Increased fees • Fewer high school offerings • After 2001, college going rate is lower, but it is steadily increasing

  16. RCCD Enrollment

  17. RCCD Market Penetration by Community

  18. Percent of 12 Grade students taking the SAT by county, 2004-05

  19. Need for ESL at RCCD • The population of potential ESL students will continue to grow rapidly in RCCD’s area.

  20. RCCD Term-to-Term Persistence

  21. RCCD Transfer Rates • Actual rates are lower than Chancellor’s Office prediction • Higher than all other neighboring community colleges • Higher than state’s average

  22. RCCD Transfer Rates

  23. Implications of Changes of “Transfer Support” Sections and Enrollments • McIntyre states: • “course sections in …’transfer support’ disciplines have been added at about four times the rate of added enrollments” • “Transfer support” disciplines at RCCD do not offer diplomas or certificates, though many of the courses are taken by students preparing for the workforce and seeking degrees and certificates, as well as by those preparing for transfer. • Please see Chart I of the Internal Scan for discipline-specific information.

  24. Workforce Programs • “Small” in business, RN, construction supervisor, culinary and auto tech • “Large” in Administration of Justice, Arts/Media/Entertainment, CIS/ Applications, Physical Education, Early Childhood Education • “Needed” in logistics, trucking, manufacturing, construction trades, supervision

  25. Recent Delivery • During the years 2003-2006 • Attendance at “RCC only” decreased by 22% • Multi-campus attendance down by 44% • Open Campus increased by 50% • Attendance at High School increased by 89%

  26. RCCD and “Net Generation” • Younger students now enter RCCD with more skills in • Information technology • Media skills

  27. Environmental Scan Documents • Three Components: • External Scan • Internal Scan • Scenarios, Simulations and Planning • When completed, these reports will be available for download

  28. Selected Findings from the Environmental Scan End of slide show