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  1. WELCOME BACK BREAKFAST President MaryLynn West-Moynes August 30 and October 16, 2006

  2. Our Vision: inspiring learning, leadership and citizenship Our Mission: students and learning are at the heart of all we do… …Values Driven

  3. We have delivered over 80% of our Vision Like A Hawk: Strategic Plan 2004 – 2007, as evidenced in our Update 2006 CONGRATULATIONS!

  4. College of Choice – Champion of Students Academic Excellence and Innovation Exployer of Choice – Exceptional Professional Staff Economic Growth and Prosperity Campus Renewal and Expansion Quality Frameworks Achieving Our Cornerstones for 2006-2007

  5. Creation of 15 totally renovated classrooms, all campuses Purchase of 300 classroom desks and chairs Over 36 new staff workstations Paint, paint and more paint Summer Campus Renewal Investing Over $2 Million

  6. Created 12 SMART and 10 SMART2 classrooms Constructed New F-Wing Barrier Free Washrooms Installed new directional wayfinding signage system Installed new digital clocks and new security cameras Installed electric door operators for barrier free access to P6 south entrance near Continuing Education registration Renovated E05 Lecture Room Constructed 5 new Music Practice Rooms in F158 Refurbished seating in Math Learning Centre New amenities in Child & Youth Worker facilities SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Fennell

  7. Repaired foundation walls for C-Wing and IT Centre Installed new drainage layer membrane system Improve grading to improve storm water management Replaced Student Centre Roof Membrane Removal of asbestos and refurbishing Fennell cafeteria kitchen and serving areas Installed new recycling stations SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Fennell

  8. Developed plans for October launch of Alumni House

  9. SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Fennell: DESTROYED Teaching Portables TP4 & TP6 LET THE MUSIC PLAY!

  10. And my new lectern!!! SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Fennell (Thanks Norm Gill)

  11. Installed nursing clinical simulation equipment thanks to $600,000 in funding from Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Welcomed our family of high fidelity mannequins Invested in many new software programs to help students develop cognitive and technical skills New furniture for student study space Reinvented 359A as a SMART2 classroom SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:IAHS

  12. Repainted the Library Resource Centre Installed new flooring in Library Resource Centre Renovated Lecture Room D117 with new tables, seating, teaching podium and audiovisual system Reinvented D108 as a SMART2 classroom Special Comic Design & Scripting program facilities Upgrades to the clock system Upgraded software on telephone systems to increase stability and prepare for new technologies New signage SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Brantford

  13. Brantford Library

  14. Reinvented D209 and 25 as SMART2 classrooms New stools and table tops for drafting rooms New Library tables and workstations Upgraded software on telephone systems to increase stability and prepare for new technologies Installed new HAAS milling machines and lathes in machine shop, thanks to $327,344 successful AEF bid Received $1.5 million from the City of Hamilton through the HamiltonFuture Fund for our Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship Research, Resources and Training or STARRT Institute; began architectural drawings and design for staff input SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Stoney Creek

  15. Stoney Creek Library

  16. Merged Help Desk, AV, and loan out desk to one stop service IT staff added to each campus Implemented weekly scheduled maintenance activities to improve system reliability Supplied optical mice for all labs Provided wireless network access from student-owned laptops Implemented a new voicemail system Implemented electronic data interchange with Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) for transcripts New Chief Information Officer (CIO): Rick Kawai SUMMER CAMPUS RENEWAL:Information Technology

  17. AND MORE!!! Signage Facilities Kitchen

  18. INVESTING IN QUALITYSummer Academic Highlights

  19. Trained faculty on use of high fidelity mannequins through ‘train-the-trainer’ program Subsequently developed and offered several professional development sessions to BScN and Practical Nursing faculty BScN Faculty selected to serve on the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing national task forces: Donna Rawlin on the Patient Safety Task Force, and Lynn Miles on the Student Retention Task Force Six faculty now enrolled in PhD in Nursing programs SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Health Sciences

  20. Practical Nursing Program with Aboriginal Communities selected as the Aboriginal Hub of Excellence for Ontario, with funding for a Simulation Lab at Six Nations Polytechnic and another in the LRC at IAHS Enhanced Practical Nursing curriculum with changes to be presented this coming year at national and international conferences Medical Radiation Sciences and Nursing faculty currently engaged in leading edge research SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Health Sciences Six Nations Polytechnic

  21. Signed articulation agreement with Australia’s Burlington based Charles Sturt University for Early Childhood Education graduates to be able to acquire the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education degree Hosted the annual meeting for the Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario Child and Youth Worker and ECE now both offered through OYAP and an apprenticeship stream Coordinated Actifest 2006, a games for seniors event from across Ontario and Canada SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Human Services

  22. Awards night held late May celebrated student recipients Hosted the Mohawk College Marketing Competition SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Business

  23. Developed new GAS – Applied Communications program for September intake (allows students in postsecondary to take concurrent 2nd language English training) SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Arts, Science & Communications Media

  24. Won the 2006 Ontario Council for Technology Education Award of Excellence for our Hamilton Wentworth District School Board pathways to technology partnership Finalized launching of Bachelor of Technology in partnership with McMaster Faculty of Engineering for September 2006 and 2007 intakes, with both degree completion and integrated programs Mohawk McMaster Institute of Engineering Technology (MMIET) partnership recognized by our 3rd Yves Landry Award, to be presented in October Ran our first Skills Work!Skills Trades camp in partnership with Skills Canada-Ontario SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Engineering Technology

  25. Continued mapping, with 75 programs/clusters completed by this fall Renewed English As A Second Language curriculum aligned with Canadian Language Benchmarks Offers flexibility for students Offers potential for blended programming MORE SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS

  26. Introduction of a new postcard to registrants from prior to 2 years ago The first class of Bridging for Internationally Educated Nurses (BIEN) graduates 17 nurses Negotiations began with Fanshawe and Conestoga to explore programming for internationally educated nurses in the Kitchener Waterloo and London regions SUMMER ACADEMIC HIGHLIGHTS:Continuing Education

  27. Student Assessments for Success (Early Assessment of all 1st year incoming students) Hired 7 Student Success Officers Enhanced Student Orientation activities and services Added Call Centre Staff and extended hours to 7 p.m. July and August Open House and Return To School events Completed 1st Generation (in family to attend postsecondary) and Aboriginal Access Opportunities project reports for MTCU SUMMER SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS

  28. Building on our vision of inspiring learning, leadership and citizenship Robert Land Community Association partnership, turning an inner city school into a community centre Summer consultations with students and staff, including Mohawk leadership: MSA, Local 240, Local 241, OCASA, MCACES, Alumni Association and Retirees Association Wealth of learning and development opportunities, a chance to grow with our community SUMMER DEVELOPMENTS:Mohawk Active Citizenship Team (MACT)

  29. 38 new staff members attended two day orientation 31 full-time academic staff attended the College Educator Program 17 part-time staff attended Teacher Success training SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS:Employer of Choice

  30. College Share in 2005/06 represents 30% of total allocation.College Share from 2006/07 to 2009/2010 based upon an estimate of 30% of PSEallocation. The Government has not made decisions on the college and university share of the future funding increases. The multi-year funding framework includes funds for enrolment growth, quality improvements, expansion of graduate and medical education. Multi-year Operating Grant Support($ million over 2004/05 Base)

  31. FINANCIAL UPDATE:EXPECTED INCREASE IN IN-YEAR REVENUES AND EXPENSES (Assuming 2006-7 is balanced)

  32. GRANT REVENUE AT VARIOUS MOHAWK GROWTH RATES (System growth as predicted by Ministry)

  33. Dynamic Spring/Summer Enrolment (planned) Result Fall/Winter to maintain market share Overall 0%(-2%) to (+2%) Fall Target 4.7%- 1st year only- June: Confirmations Tracking at (-3.4%) Full Court Press ENROLMENT UPDATE

  34. Projecting 1st year 1 - 3% over last year - Fall only Dynamic each day: +20 people paid per day over last year at this time Lessons learned… ENROLMENT UPDATE (cont) • Estimating 0% Total Enrolment (all Semesters) 06/07 • Teamwork • Tough • Strategic Enrolment Management(shift from Reactive to Proactive) • Work on Winter Growth • Progression / Retention - ie, keep the students we have • Thanks to the entire College

  35. ENROLMENT UPDATE

  36. For 3rd year Mohawk has grown, but not as much as we would like or need to afford investing in our future Ontario College System increasingly competitive with universities growing and colleges flatlining New Associate Vice President Barry Hemmerling Strategic Enrolment Management (SEM): Multi-year projections and planning Enhancing our program mix Integrating programs, practices, policies and planning Goal to achieve optimal student recruitment, retention and graduation rates, to respond better to labour force and community UPDATE:Strategic Enrolment Planning

  37. Access + Quality + Accountability Strategy + Indicators + Results UPDATE:Multi-Year Accountability Agreement

  38. Multi-Year Accountability Agreement September 29th = Budget Announcement Complete Fundraising Feasibility Study Groundbreaking for STARRT Institute Phase 1 Staff Survey November-December Corporate IT Strategic Plan Board Advance: next 3 year Strategic Plan Process FALL 2006:Short-term Horizon

  39. Improve KPI results to meet/exceed provincial average Focus on Student Access and Success Clarify staff roles, with an emphasis on support staff Enhance professional development Improve data-driven decision-making Improve IT capacity and services Complete Master Campus Plan: prioritize opportunities Launch STARRT Phase 1 Launch Bursary and STARRT fundraising campaigns Complete Brantford business plan 2006: TOP TEN STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

  40. MOVING FORWARD

  41. Focus on Learning = MOVING FORWARD

  42. Focus on Learning = Graduation / Retention • Progression through program • Transitionto other goals MOVING FORWARD