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Access to Excellence. Del Mar College Strategic Plan 2009-2014 2009-2010 Highlights Update and Priorities for 2010-2011 Presented by Lenora Keas Executive Director of Strategic Planning & Assessment. Strategic Planning Advisory Committee.

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access to excellence

Access to Excellence

Del Mar College Strategic Plan

2009-2014

2009-2010 Highlights Update and Priorities for 2010-2011

Presented by Lenora Keas

Executive Director of Strategic Planning & Assessment

strategic planning advisory committee
Strategic Planning Advisory Committee

August Alfonso, Chief Information Technology Officer

Jessica Alaniz, Asst. to V P of Admin. & Finance

Mary AfusoDir. of Customized Training

Jonda Halcomb, Interim Dean Division of Arts & Sciences

Elva Estrada, Regent

Benny Ray Gregory, Asst. Professor Industrial Education

Claudia Jackson, Exec. Director of Community & Legislative Relations

Mike Jones, Assoc. Professor of Speech

Eric Moller, Asst. Professor Math

Gabe Rivas, Regent

Leonard Rivera, Interim Dean

Larry Lee, Interim DeanDiv. Business, Professional & Technology Education

Joel McKinney, Asst. Prof. Biology

Dee Salmon, Director Grants & Sponsored Research

Raquel Tapia, InstructorDental & Imaging Technology

Ann Thorn, Assoc. Prof. of Computer Science

Chuck Tines, Director Purchasing & Business Services

Pat Townsend, Dir Development

Lenora Keas, Exec. Director of Strategic Planning & Assessment

goal 1 student success
Goal 1 – Student Success

Maximize Student Learning: Awards in 2009-2010 Associate in Arts – 318

Associate in Science – 22

Associate of Arts in Teaching - 40

Associate in Applied Science – 521

Certificates – 412

Marketable Skills Awards – 22

Total – 1,335

Licensure Pass Rates – 91.74% Early College Program- Exemplary by TEA GED – 174 graduates at 99% pass rate

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Goal 1 – Student Success

Quality & Programs:

  • General Education Assessment Task Force & Committee – Irma Woods and Mary Ann Williams, Bryan Stone
  • SACS - QEP – Fernando Figueroa , Patricia Walter , John Crisp & Vickie Natale
  • Curriculum Committee – James Klein

Academic Standards Committee – Joe Dudek

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Goal 1 – Student Success
  • Achieving the Dream Initiative Core Team – Sandra Valerio – LeaderData Team – David Andrus – LeaderEstablishing a Culture of Evidence – data used to make decisionsTo help students:-Successfully complete a developmental or college course

-Persist from one term to the next

-Earn a certificate or degree

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Goal 1 – Student Success

Student Services:

  • Colleague – online – 24 hour service to students
  • WebDMC Portal for students
  • Data exchange with Dept. Education – FASFA/ISIR, Pell, Direct Loan, Pay online
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Goal 1 – Student Success

New programs/courses

  • Mexican-American Studies Initiative – New Course: Mexican-American Fine Arts Appreciation

Cynthia PerkinsMulti-disciplinary – faculty in 5 departments Jonda Halcomb & Liz Flores

  • AS – Engineering with Mechanical Engineering Option Warren Knox
  • AAS – Engineering Technology Warren Knox
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Goal 1 – Student Success

Closed Captioning Enhanced Skills Certificate

$381,000 Federal Appropriations Grant

Darcy Gohlke, Dolores Oliveira, Tracy Johnston

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Goal 1 – Student Success

GeoTech National Science Foundation Center of Excellence – Phil Davis $1.25 M annually & $500 K impact locally Trained over 500 educators & staff

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Team Work on GrantsGrants & Sponsored Research – Dee Salmon, Javier Escamilla & faculty/staff teams & collaborators
  • TRiO Student Support Services Grant - $1,277,525 – over 5 years – Tamatha Jackson & Greg Spayd
  • 56 staff/faculty served on teams
  • 29 departments
  • 35 external grant applications
    • 10 funded
    • 10 pending and in review
  • $2,008,721 funded to date
  • $10,789,831 pending
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Goal 1 – Student Success
  • Library Services – Chris Tetzlaff-Belhasen Student Technology Centers – added online and data bases – student electronic searches increased by 83% - in last 5 years
  • Supplemental Education – Ron Huskin54 SI Student Leaders

877 students participated in SI classes

Grade for participants - .83 points higher

  • Student Success Center – Agnes FloresSince opening in Jan 2010 – 4,961 visiting students Title V Grant
goal 2 operational resources enhance infrastructure funding and financial capabilities
Goal 2 - Operational ResourcesEnhance infrastructure, funding, and financial capabilities
goal 2 operational resources
Goal 2 – Operational Resources
  • Technology – Datatel – August Alfonso & Gay RobertsColleague - Financial Management, HR, Purchasing – 24 hour access to approveFaculty Self Service via portal
  • Going Green – Environmental Management Committee – Teresa KleinResource and energy savings – $2.6 million savings in electrical power over 4 years –Chuck Tines
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Goal 3 – Professional Capabilities and Procedural ImprovementsExpand knowledge, skills, and abilities of personnel
goal 3 professional capabilities and procedural improvements
Goal 3 – Professional Capabilities and Procedural Improvements
  • Employee benefit of tuition waiver.
  • Leadership:Summer Academy – Patricia Walter, Irma Woods, Vicky Andrews, Dee Salmon & Matt PerryNon-Exempt Council – Diana JobeExempt Council - Warner Collier Faculty Council – Laura Day BrownChairs Council – Rebecca Flores
  • TLC – Vicky Andrews & Mae Martin219 training sessions – 2,279 faculty & staff
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Goal 4 - External PartnershipsStrengthen alliancesPartnerships with Universities and Schools – Joint Admissions Agreement with TAMU-CC
goal 4 external partnerships
Goal 4 – External Partnerships
  • Bold Future – lead partner on 16 initiatives –Mark Escamilla & Claudia Jackson
  • Customized Training Services – 15 companies & trained 1,024 employees
  • Small Business Development Center – 22 Businesses established – 142 new jobs!!!
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Goal 4 – External Partnerships

Partnerships on Grants –

  • Health Science Programs – all hospitals, Fire Dept., Manpower, U of H Medical Branch, University of Florida, Tarrant County CC, Georgia Technical College System
  • Safety Office – City of CC, Fire Dept. & Dept of State Health Services

Kelly White & Chris Tweddle

  • Natural Sciences - NSF BioTech Grant & USDA HSI Edu. Grant– student internships - Cornell, TAMUCC, TAMUK, MD Anderson, UC San Diego, Berkeley National Labs, Joint Genome Institute in California

Rob Hatherill – Jonda Halcomb

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Goal 5 – PositioningStrengthen the overall positive image of the CollegeNorthwest Center – Bud Harris & Leonard Rivera
goal 5 positioning
Goal 5 – Positioning
  • Social Media - DMCTube, Twitter, YouTube, each over 21,000 hits -Jay Knioum & Claudia Jackson
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Goal 5 - Positioning
  • Student Recruitment and Outreach
  • Feria Para Aprender (Learning Fair) Beach to Bay – Leonard RiveraMass for DMC – Angel Wilburn
goal 6 governance
Goal 6 – Governance
  • New Director of Development –Mary McQueenScholarships awarded - $708,000 to 1,050 studentsCome Home to Del Mar College - $540,000
  • New Alumni Organization – Yvette LaraNo. of members – 20,336
  • Legislative – Delegation to Washington DC
priorities for 2010 2011
Priorities for 2010-2011

Goal 1 - Student Success

  • SACS Reaffirmation – June 2011
  • Begin QEP Integration
  • Achieving the Dream Initiative
  • General Education Assessment
  • Implement TRiO Student Support Services Grant $255,505 per yr.
  • Student Retention – Retention Alert
  • Increase online programs and delivery
  • Blackboard integrates to Colleague
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Priorities for 2010-2011

Goal 2 – Operational Resources

  • Energy savings – chilled water systemThermal storage tanks, Recycling program
  • Begin Construction on Drama & Music/Fine Arts Buildings
  • Facilities Master Plan
  • New Online Master Calendar
  • Resource Diversification
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Priorities for 2010-2011

Goal 3 – Professional Capabilities & Procedural Improvements

  • Assessment of Outcomes
  • Enrollment Management
  • Align Budget and Planning
  • Enhance Leadership Skills of All

Goal 4 - Strengthen Alliances

  • External Partnerships
  • Dual Credit – Early College Programs
  • Transfer Programs
  • Workforce Training and Certificates
  • Joint Admissions Agreement TAMU-CC
  • Bold Future of the Coastal Bend
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Priorities for 2010-2011

Goal 5 – Positioning

  • New DMC Website
  • Media – DMCTube & social media
  • Enhance student access & recruitment – Active Admissions – transforms website
  • Enhance Outreach – 2010 Bayfest, CC Jazz Fest.,

DMC 75th Anniversary

  • Review/revise College Mission

Goal 6 – Governance

  • Create new revenue streams
  • Grow Alumni & DMC Development Foundation
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Access to Excellence
  • Strategic Planning Web Site

http://www.delmar.edu/strategicplanning