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  1. Faculty Professional Development Day July 10, 2013

  2. Accreditation Current Cycle • July – August: Report writing • September 13: Report due • October 23-25: Accreditation visit • November: Unofficial Report Then the next round begins…

  3. Accreditation All over again… • 13-14 is ‘Year One’ • Mission, Vision, Values • Measures, baselines, targets • Calendar alignment with planning and budgeting

  4. Accreditation • The long term view…in an ideal world

  5. Planning and Budgeting The story so far… • New budget structures • Project Next Steps • Budget? What budget? • Didn’t we do a budget for 13-14?

  6. Planning and Budgeting 13-14 Planning and Budgeting • Finalizing the 13-14 budget • ‘New stuff’ and ‘different stuff’ for 13-14 • Round One – August 15 • Round Two – November 1 • Déjà vu – 14/15 budget

  7. Planning and Budgeting Round One – what you need to know • Compliance & ‘Priority Areas’ • Perpetual, One-time, and Equipment • Submit by July 31, Reviews by August 15 • A lot like Project Next Steps • Information/forms out on Monday, but you can get started now

  8. Planning and Budgeting Round Two and beyond – what you need to know • Progression from ‘C’ and ‘O’ toward ‘D’ and ‘E’ • Similar rules apply • 14/15 budget planning begins in November

  9. Priority Areas – A closer look Compliance • Identified through Regional Accreditation; federal, state and local regulations; known safety issues, your contributions • Addressed through Project Next Steps, but not completely • Did we miss anything?

  10. Priority Areas – A closer look Student Achievement Initiative • How it works… • Some real money behind this now • What points work for us • Transitioning students • Accelerating students • Early General Education • Completing students

  11. Priority Areas – A closer look Other student populations: • Veterans’ initiatives • Non-traditional students • On-line students • Under-represented groups Curricular initiatives: • Program accreditations and student certifications • Transfer students

  12. Faculty fit So, how do you fit in? • Culture of Evidence • Know your data • Use your data • Culture of Improvement • Program review • Program planning

  13. Faculty fit Back to the point – planning for mission fulfillment • Inspire – plans that develop varied pathways, expand distance traveled, capacitate employment • Challenge –extracurricular opportunities, top class learning environments, accelerated student progression, relevant support • Educate – Curricular reviews, program accreditations, integrated options, innovative teaching

  14. Rest of today • Workshops • Celebration • Help desks