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1 1. Department Plan with Project or Strategy Updates - Four Columns Long Beach City College Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing Mission: To provide a high quality nursing education to qualified and diverse students for the development of entry-level nurses who are prepared to meet the evolving healthcare needs of the community. The faculty strive to create a student-centered environment of collaboration, lifelong learning, and mentorship to promote academic excellence and compassionate nursing care. Description: The Registered Nursing department offers two programs: Associate Degree Nursing (ADN), and a Career Ladder (LVN-RN ). A certificate program (30 unit option) is also a limited option within the LVN-RN which restricts the graduate from receiving a degree. The ADN program is 4 semesters which include lecture courses, and lab courses. Lab courses comprise of on campus lab and off campus clinical lab. Forty students are admitted twice a year into the 1st semester of the ADN program. Each semester term, eight LVN-RN students articulate into the 3rd semester of the ADN program. The ADN program prepare students for the NCLEX-RN and an entry level nursing position in a variety of health care settings. Summary of Access (see Help We accept 40 students each semester who meet the strict application criteria. For fall 2012, 236 out of 254 applicants were qualified. for details): In Spring 13, 219 out of 243 applicants were qualified. Summary of Efficiency (see The regulations set by the BRN and our accreditation committee restricts class sizes. Our load has increased since 2012 to Help for details): FTEF is and WCSH is Summary of Effectiveness (see Over that past 3 years, 337 degrees and 335 certificates were awarded. By college definition the retention rate is 98% and the Help for details): success rate 90%. The NCLEX-RN pass rate for over the past 3 years remain well above the state average at 92%. Summary of Equity (see Help All applicants to the program must meet the same requirements. Ethnicity and diversity of students are align with the college except for details): Additional Analyses (Optional): Internal Conditions (see Help for list): External Conditions (see Help for list): External Condition- Industry & Labor Market Trends: Black students continue to be under represented in the application pool and in the program. Attrition rate for each cohort of students from beginning 1st semester to completing 4th semester is currently above the NLNAC and BRN standard of 25%. In , the attrition rate rose to 48%. A plan of action was implemented to reduce this rate to meet the standards of the BRN. Currently the cohort attrition rate is 30%. Delivery of nursing education has evolved, as simulation is an expectation and no longer considered an innovation. Simulation offers an opportunity to evaluate students skills, critical thinking and performance in a non-threatening environment. The simulation coordinator is instrumental in maintaining simulation within the curriculum throughout the entire program. Conducting simulation also requires additional faculty as multiple scenarios are run at the same time. Students rotate through each of the simulations and are debriefed adding the the learning experience. In Fall 2013, the ADN program moved out of building C and into swing space in building M and N. Swing space has created some limitations on the program and obstacles. The classrooms are small and limit the number of students. There are no sinks in the campus lab rooms for handwashing. The ADN program is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) formally known as National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Both these agencies have strict regulations regarding program units, instructor:student ratios, clinical hours, simulation hours, and graduation requirements. The California Community College Chancellors Office (CCCCO) has placed specific restrictions on the admission criteria regarding the use of the TEAS as an entrance exam. The funding for the TEAS and remediation will fall on the college once grant funds are no longer available. A sustainable partnership has been established with CSULA in efforts to allow ADN grads to continue on for their BSN. This partnership has limits on the number of students enrolled in the collaboratives. Other partnerships must be developed to ensure all our students have a seamless transition into a BSN program. Our industry partners (hospitals) provide sites for clinical placements. Some larger hospital agencies have restricted our ADN students access to these facilities for clinical placement. Some hospital agencies are preferring BSN grads over ADN grads in order to achieve "Magnet Status". This preference for BSN students over the ADN students has negative impact on the availability of clinical sites. Obtaining quality clinical sites is imparative for the program's continuance. The nursing advisory committee also needs to expand and be more supported by the college. In recent months the job market has stabilized allowing for our graduates to obtain jobs more easily. While there are jobs available for new grads, the jobs tend to be in the non-traditional settings such as long term acute care hospitals and clinics.we have expanded clinical rotations beyond the traditional acute care hospitals to include long term care facilities and clinics as this is where our grads are being employed. The nursing advisory committee has expaned to include these new partners. Efforts to expand the needs to expand nursing advisory committee should continue and be supported by the college. Faculty & Staff : During the department lost 4 full time faculty to retirement and resignation. The department never recovered from this loss. As new hires were awarded, they were filled with transfers from the VN program and Student Health Services. These transfers did not stay and the department continues with a net loss. We currently have 11 fulltime faculty, however with reassign time and 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 1 of 13

2 Names & Titles of Dept Planning Participants: other restrictions it equates to only 8.9 fulltime faculty. All fulltime faculty are expected to teach in both lecture and clinical lab courses. This expectation ensures that high standards of the program are met. The faculty and Staff include: Full-Time Faculty 11 Part-Time Faculty 10 Skills Lab Instructors 3 Nursing and Allied Health Coordinator (2.0) shared with Dean and all Allied Health s Learning Center Coordinator 1 Lab Tech/Supply Clerk 0.45 Simulation Coordinator 1 Student Workers for simulation 2 Debbie Chow- DeptHead/ADN Director Maricela Arnaud Julie Bean Debi Beitler Jayne Clark Brenda Harrell Frances Outhwaite Jeanne Ruehl Sigrid Sexton Peggy Wells Ronda Wood Accomplishments : Accomplishments for academic year: 1. The curriculum was revised and strengthen by: Implemented a new maternal Newborn course and a new pediatric course in spring 2012 and implemented a new Advance Medical/Surgical course in Fall Implementation of SLA's in the nursing courses. 3. Integration of simulation into all nursing courses. 4. SLO's and PLO's implemented. 5. Implemented Code Green (Granted funded pre-semester workshops) to enhance student readiness Accomplishments: Accomplishments for academic year: 1. Actively participating in community outreach to high school students interested in health care careers. 2. Expanded Code Green pre-semester seminars to include math and library. 3. Strengthen the direct articulation with CSU's schools to ensure the graduates can transition into a BSN program. 4. Established a cohort of 10 students (from our 2nd and 3rd semesters) to be a part of the dual enrollment BSN track with CSULA. These 10 students are considered BSN students and will earn their BSN in 5 quarters after receiving their ADN. 5. Resurrected ADN 810 course as an Introduction to Nursing Careers Accomplishments: Accomplishments for academic year: 1. Moved into swing space in building M and N while building C is being remodeled. 2. Strengthen the direct articulation with CSU's schools to ensure the graduates can transition into a BSN program. 3. Selected a second cohort of 8 students (from our 2nd and 3rd semesters) to be a part of the dual enrollment BSN track with CSULA. These 8 students are considered BSN students and will earn their BSN in 5 quarters after receiving their ADN. 4. Completed a Self Study Report and a successful Site Visit for the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. 5. Developed a systematic Plan for Evaluation (SPPE) using the new 2013 criteria from ACEN. 5. Revised our Mission Statement. 6. Hosted another successful Nursing and Allied Health Advisory Committee meeting. 7. Closed the loop on all our PLO's and SLO's. All data entered into TractDat. Projects/ Strategies Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Hire Faculty - Hire TWO Fulltime faculty that are qualified for BRN approval for psyche/mental health, Med/Surg and geriatric content areas. & Additional Comments / HR; Dean; VP Itemized Description of Hire TWO Fulltime Faculty Replacements for specialty areas 08/11/ In we had 4 faculty retire or resign creating a net loss of 4. In 2011 two hires was granted which resulted in one transfer from the Student Health Services and one new hire. The following year were were granted another transfer from the VN 10/11/ We remain with an insufficient number of fulltime faculty to run the program effectively and to the standard that the community is demands. Still in need of two fulltime 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 2 of 13

3 & Additional Comments / EQUITY - A. Student Success RESOURCES - A. Human Resources 08/01/ /31/2015 The program is lacking a fulltime faculty that meet the qualifications for BRN approval for psyche/mental health, med/surg and geriatrics. In efforts to continue to run the ADN program successfully, all faculty are teaching overload and have remediated to additional content areas. All our full-time faculty teach both clinical and lecture courses. Having dedicated fulltime faculty connected to both clinical and lecture provides better student outcomes and maintains the standards of the program. The insufficent number of full-time faculty have resulted in a decreased number of students admitted in the program. Despite dropping the number of students in the program there is not enough fulltime faculty. In fact, in February 2014 at our recent site visit by the accreditation body, ACEN, indicated we "have insufficent number of full-time faculty." The program relies on fulltime faculty college sevice hours to run the committees and complete tasks needed for maintaining accreditation. VP Academic Affairs, Dean, HR ADN Human Resources Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Improve Student Retention and decrease attrition - The program co-hort attrition rate will drop from 30% to less than 20% by utilizing the following actions: 1. Utilize Comprehensive Assessment & Remediation Package through ATI. 2. Support Student learning with additional Faculty Replacement Positions If requesting faculty, specify number: 2 List Faculty requests by priority & discipline: 1. Nursing with expertise in Mental Health, Med/Surg and Geriatrics 2. Nursing with expertise in Mental Health and Geriatrics Additional Comments: The BRN and ACEN (accreditation Body) requires content expertise in five areas; med/surg, geriatrics, pediatrics, womens health, and mental health. The loss of fulltime faculty over the past 4 years have greatly depleted our faculty that have experience in mental health content and geriatrics. Refer to department plan Itemized Description of 1. Utilize Comprehensive Assessment & Remediation Package (CARP) through ATI. The CARP allows students to take online practice and program. Neither transfers stayed in the ADN department leaving a net loss of 3. In 2013 the program requested two new hires, only one was granted and hired beginning August Continue working on project/ strategy Decision re Resource Request: Decision pending on resource requested faculty. 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 3 of 13

4 opportunities for simulation. 3. Support Student learning with expanded skills lab hours. 4. Support Student learning with a new Remediation Class 5. Continue with the "Code Green" pre-semester workshops EQUITY - A. Student Success EQUITY - B. Equitable Student Access STUDENT SUCCESS - A. Student Preparedness STUDENT SUCCESS - C. Quality of Academic s and Services 08/01/ /30/2015 The attrition rate for the ADN program is higher than desired level set by the Board of Registered Nursing. In order for students to continue in the program, they must maintain a 75% or higher in their theory courses and deliver safe patient care in the clinical setting. We would like to acheive the BRN standard of less than 25% attrition without lowering the program standards. In order to lower the attrition rate, additional support is needed in terms: 1. Utilize Comprehensive Assessment & Remediation Package through ATI. 2. Support Student learning with additional opportunities for simulation. 3. Support Student learning with expanded skills lab hours. 4. Support Student learning with a new Remediation Class 5. Continue with the "Code Green" pre-semester workshops 6. Utilize part-time and full-time faculty as tutors or case managers. ADN faculty, Dean of Math and Science, VP of Academic Affairs Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) & Additional Comments / assessment tests and as well as provide a focused review for their state board exam. This is currently supported through grants. The cost is $440/student for the time they are in the program. 2. Additional opportunities for simulation. This would require additional staff support and faculty 3. Expand skills lab hours to allow students more opportunity to practice skills 4. Develop a new Remediation Class that allows students in jeopardy of failing or students reentering the program an opportunity to have more support. 5. Continue with the "Code Green" pre-semester workshops. These workshops have been grant funded for the past 2 years and were very successful. 6. Develop strategies for sustainability for Code Green workshops. Other (please provide details in "additional comments"section) Additional Comments: : Funds for CARP (once grant runs out) = $20,000 Code Green = Facultyworking 60 hours at $75= $4500 x 2 =$9,000 Funds for expansion of skills lab hours 10 hrs/week for 32 $60/hr =$19,200 Funds for Curriculum Development for Remediation Class 1 Faculty for 10 $60 = $600 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 4 of 13

5 & Additional Comments / Institutional Resource Development (Grants) Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Collaboratives for seamless BSN Track - Establish partnerships or Collaborations with schools to allow dual enrollment and seamless transition into a BSN program. Collaboratives developed should not be limited to CSU's, but also well known accredited private universities. These collaboratives or partnerships would result in time and money saved by our students as they obtain advanced nursing degrees as well as increased job opportunities. COMMUNITY - B. Partnerships with Business and Industry EQUITY - A. Student Success EQUITY - B. Equitable Student Access RESOURCES - A. Human Resources STUDENT SUCCESS - A. Student Preparedness STUDENT SUCCESS - B. Student Goal Attainment 04/06/ /30/2016 California legislation, the CSU Chancellors Office, and the CCCCO has mandated that CSU and ADN nursing programs comply with AB At the same time, the health care industry is hiring more BSN graduates than ADN graduates. By creating a BSN Track, we are able to educate our students of this option as well as preserve a transfer agreement. Clinical sites will likely open up as the students are now BSN Track. LBCC students graduating from the ADN program would be able to transfer into the RN-BSN programs and finish their education in 1 additional year. Outreach and support is needed in establishing these partnerships. In preparation for the direct articulation, students will need to be counseled and a "roadmap" established in order for the students to be ready. LBCC ADN Director, Dean Math and Science, LBCC Articulation Officer Articulation Agreements Itemized Description of 1. Assistance with outreach to assist the Director establishing collaboartive for dual enrollment of advanced nursing degrees. 2. Assistances with counseling students regarding these new collaborative pathways. Increase Articulation Agreements (no costs associated) 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 5 of 13

6 & Additional Comments / Both ADN- Registered Nursing and Career Ladder (LVN-RN), LVN Other If Other select above, please specify: Counseling, Community Outreach, Admissions Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Improve Support - Improve program support so that the Director, Assistant Director and Faculty can run the program and courses effectively and efficiently. Hire an administrative assistant specifically for the Director/Department Head. RESOURCES - A. Human Resources STUDENT SUCCESS - C. Quality of Academic s and Services 09/01/ /31/2018 In 2010 the BRN cited the ADN as NONCOMPLIANCE in the area of support staff. The college agreed to increase the support to allow for 3 classified front office staff at 100%. One of these classified staff was dedicated strictly for the ADN. In August 2012 this was lost due to budget cut. Director, Assistant Director and Faculty all have taken on additional duties as a result of these cuts and thus it negatively effecting their work. In 2013 a Nursing and Allied Health Coordinator was hired. This coordinator position primarily supports the Dean. The Director/Department Head continues to have insufficient support. In February 2014, ACEN cited the program for insufficient support for the program and program Funding for additional positions and expanding existing positions. Itemized Description of 1. Increase release time for Director to 100% and at 12 months. 2. Provide additional front office staff to include classified staff for faculty and a AA for the Director. Increased Percentage for an Existing Position Additional Comments: The ADN Director release time should be increased from 90% to 100%. The expectations of the Director have expanded. Front office support with 100% AAA or AA for the Director would allow much needed support and assistance. 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 6 of 13

7 & Additional Comments / director. Dean, VP Department Human Resources Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Communication with Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) and other agencies involving Nursing Education - The ADN Director and Assistance Director must attend the semiannual conferences and quarterly meetings in order to maintain communication with the BRN and other outside accreditation agencies involved with nursing education. Funding is necessary beyond the Faculty Professional Development funds in order to attend. STUDENT SUCCESS - C. Quality of Academic s and Services 04/01/ /30/2015 The ADN is accredited by the ACEN and approved by the BRN. The ADN director and Assistance Director must attend the semiannual conferences to maintain communication with the BRN and other outside agencies in order to run the program efficiently and effectively. Much of the information is delivered at the quarterly meetings of the California Organization of ADN Directors(COADN) involve agencies dealing with changes in regulations in nursing education. These agencies include: the BRN, the California Community College Chancellors Office (CCCCO), California Institute of Nursing and Healthcare (CINHC), Association of California Funding for Conferences Itemized Description of 1. Funding for ADN Director and Assistant Director to attend required semiannual conferences estimated at $2500/year 2. Additional funding for mileage/travel for the Director to attend other required committee meetings such as Health Workforce Initative(HWI), California Organization of ADN Directors (COADN), Orange County Long Beach Consortiuum and California Institute for Nursing and Health Care (CINHC). Other (please provide details in "additional comments"section) /13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 7 of 13

8 & Additional Comments / Nurse Leaders (ACNL), and Health Workforce Initiative (HWI). Updates and review regulatory changes are shared at these conferences. ADN Director, Assistant Director, Dean of Math and Science. ADN Institutional Resource Development (Grants) Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Curriculum Development - Revise nursing program curriculum in response to changes in nursing education and to increase student success. Revision of ADN courses are necessary as all ADN courses must include BRN requirements, ACEN standards, NLN competencies and be QSEN focused. Students success can be improved through the develop new remediational courses specifically focus on difficult concept or content areas. Other courses needing established as recommended by the Advisory Committee are: EKG certification course, physical assessment course, and more integration of community based nursing. Replace existing LXR testing system with an updated and more reliable system to ensure accuracy in student testing results. EQUITY - A. Student Success RESOURCES - C. Facilities and Technology Plans STUDENT SUCCESS - C. Quality of Academic s and Services 08/01/ /31/2015 Nursing Education is constantly evolving and must include BRN requirements, ACEN Curriculum development Itemized Description of 1. Support for Director and Faculty to develop and revise curriculum. 2. Replace existing LXR testing equiptment with newer system such as Par Score. Upgrade and/or replacement of equipment NEW 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 8 of 13

9 & Additional Comments / standards, NLN competencies and be QSEN focused. Students success can be improved through the develop new remediational courses specifically focus on difficult concept or content areas. Other courses needing established as recommended by the Advisory Committee are: EKG certification course, physical assessment course, and more integration of community based nursing. As the curriculum is revised, the LXR system currently used for testing is outdated and results in errors. Department ADN IITS (Instr & Info Tech Svcs) Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Increase community membership by 50% on the Nursing and Allied Health Advisory Committee - Strengthen and build stronger relationships within the community to insure that the ADN program is producing/preparing graduates in meeting the needs of the hospital and clinical agencies. The Nursing Advisory and Allied Health committee should include members from higher education to insure the ADN program is preparing the graduates for BSN and MSN programs. Reach out to all hospital agencies, clinics and employers of our graduates. Hold the Nursing Advisory meeting at a more convenient time for the community members. COMMUNITY - B. Partnerships with Business and Industry STUDENT SUCCESS - A. Student Preparedness STUDENT SUCCESS - C. Quality of Academic s and Services 04/08/2013 funding for the annual Nursing and Allied Health Advisory Committee Itemized Description of 1. Funding for the annual Nursing and Allied Health Advisory Committee 2. Duplication and Invitations for Nursing and Allied Health Advisory Committee annual meeting. Other (please provide details in "additional comments"section) 1000 Additional Comments: Funding for the meeting would cover cost of food (as providing food attracts more community members to attend). Est cost $800 Funding covers cost of invitations and duplication. $200 NEW 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 9 of 13

10 & Additional Comments / 05/29/2015 The Nursing Advisory Committee annual meeting has a low turn out of community members. In 2012 only one representative from a hospital agency attended the meeting. It is vital for accrediation and the success of the program to strengthen and build stronger relationships with the community. In 2013, the ADN Director reached out to all directors, managers, and educators at all the clinical sites resulting in 6 agencies and 13 representatives. In 2014, 7 agencies were represented. This effort needs to continue but requires funding. Funding is necessary for outreach efforts and hosting the event. ADN faculty, ADN Director Both ADN Institutional Resource Development (Grants) Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Increase diversity of the nursing students completing the ADN program - Increase diversity of the nursing students completing the ADN program by reaching out to under represented groups. Recruit and retain students from under represented groups. The following strategies will be utilized: 1. Provide program admission information to specific ethnic groups/clubs on campus. 2. Utilize various strategies to retain the students from under represented groups as they are at a greater risk of failing out of the program. COMMUNITY - A. Internal Community of Students, Faculty and Staff EQUITY - A. Student Success EQUITY - B. Equitable Student Access Funding for outreach and funding for supporting "at risk" students Itemized Description of 1. Outreach funding is needed to provide resources such as information sessions, brouchures, and career fairs. 2. Tutoring for those under represented students who are at risk of failing out of the program. Advertising (beyond normal budget) 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 10 of 13

11 & Additional Comments / STUDENT SUCCESS - A. Student Preparedness STUDENT SUCCESS - B. Student Goal Attainment 05/01/ /29/2015 The 2012 ADN Review looked at the demographics of students in the program over the past 3 years. For example, Black students are under represented in the program as their number continues to drop. Based on attrition data over the last three years, Black students as the under represented students are at a higher risk of failing out of the program. ADN Director, ADN faculty, Counseling, Both Area of Concentration Outreach, counseling, and ADN program Institutional Resource Development (Grants) Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Integration of scenario-based simulation - Provide on-going simulation training for full-time, part-time and skills lab faculty in order to maximize student learning. Maintain, replace and upgrade simulation equipment as needed. Incorporate V- Sim in to simulations as it is proven to enhance student learning and maximize the use of simulation. COMMUNITY - A. Internal Community of Students, Faculty and Staff EQUITY - A. Student Success RESOURCES - A. Human Resources 08/01/ /30/2014 Provide continued funds for simulation training and support. Itemized Description of 1. Simulation training for all full time and part time faculty. 2. Provide additional staff support for conducting simulation. 3. Maintain and upgrade simulation equipment as needed. 4. Provide V-sim to all students 5. Provide a simulation assistant to assist faculty with simulations. Other (please provide details in "additional comments"section) If requesting faculty, specify number: 1 List Faculty requests by priority & discipline: 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 11 of 13

12 & Additional Comments / Simulation is utilized in all ADN courses. It allows students to practice and experience situations in a safe and controlled enviroment prior to entering the clinical agency. The simulation is regarded as an non-threatning teaching strategy. Each nursing lab course with simulation requires coordination and additional resources. It is vital to have working simulation equipment. Maintain, replace and upgrade simulation equiptment as needed. Utilization of new NLN scenarios through V-Sim. V-Sim allows our students to better prepare for simulation and maximize learning. Associate Degree Nursing, Career Ladder (LVN-RN, and LVN program Simulation Assistant Additional Comments: 1. Professional development regarding simulation est $6, Additional simulation staff to augment faculty and simulation coordinator in running simulations. est $40, Maintain, replace and upgrade equiptment as needed. est $10,000 09/21/ All core lab courses (11AL, 11BL, 12AL, 12BL, 21BL, 35AL, 35BL, 45AL and 22BL) in the ADN program have one or more simulations on campus in the simulation hospital and/or campus lab rooms. The Simulation Coordinator is now fully supported by district funds and no longer grant funded. Funds remain necessary to allow for on-going simulation training. Continue working on project/ strategy Decision re Resource Request: Decision pending on resource requested Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Sinks - Sinks are needed in the swing space in building M in the Nursing Lab classrooms. RESOURCES - C. Facilities and Technology Plans STUDENT SUCCESS - B. Student Goal Attainment 07/01/ /01/2015 NEW The BRN made a site visit in June 2014 to inspect the swing space of Building M and N. At that time is was strongly recommended that sinks be brought in aso that the students may preform their skills appropriately. Facilities, Dean, Directors Sinks Itemized Description of Install sinks in campus lab rooms in M building on. New equipment Additional Comments: Urgently needed NEW 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 12 of 13

13 & Additional Comments / ADN and VN Facilities Dept_Plan - Registered Nursing - Self Study Report and Site Visit for BRN - Provide additional funding and support for Self-Study Report preparation and Site Visit scheduled for Spring Preparation requires additional work and administrative assistance. 10/01/ /30/2016 NEW Self Study Report and Site Visit needs to be included in the budget for The cost for the Self-Study Report and Site Visit is often not included in the budget. We are scheduled for a BRN site visit in February of To ensure a thorough and accurate report is sent to the BRN, additional administrative assistance for the ADN Director and Faculty is needed. Dean and VP Both ADN Additional Administrative Assistance in writing the Self Study report and with gathering the data. Itemized Description of Administrative Support in terms of AA: $10,000 Copying and mailing of report: $1,000 Hotel and Travel for site visitors: $2,000 Other (please provide details in "additional comments"section) NEW 10/13/2014 6:01 PM Generated by TracDat a product of Nuventive. Page 13 of 13

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