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1 Student Engagement Understanding that learning is a collaborative effort, Cerritos College will provide relevant services, activities, and programs that inspire student engagement both in and out of the classroom in order to promote student investment in their education. Objective 1: Increase student and faculty participation in Link Up by 10% as measured by the student engagement survey. 1.1 Develop the ifalcon Success Standards rubric and conduct pre/post surveys and assessment ifalcon*, Faculty Senate 1.2 Ensure 10% of faculty incorporate the ifalcon Success Standards into their classes ifalcon*, Research and Planning, CTX 1.3 Ensure funding for institutionalizing ifalcon ifalcon*, Student Success Division,, Fiscal Services 1.4 Extend collaborative teaching environment, such as Learning Communities and acceleration and compression courses, to encourage student engagement *, Learning Communities Program*, Adult Education, Admissions and Records Objective 2: Improve student navigation of academic and support services by 5% to achieve academic success by developing and adding new outreach. 2.1 Develop coordinated high school outreach initiative focused on Cerritos College student engagement Student Services (Assessment Services, Counseling, Admissions and Records) 2.2 Begin Phase II of degree audit Admissions and Records*, IT, 2.3 Develop a process to track student academic progress toward educational goals 2.4 Engage students in early completion of basic skills courses and entry into program of study and ensure existing early alerts interventions are utilized and linked with new alerts to be developed Student Services *, Counseling, Research and Planning, IT, Admissions and Records, Academic Affairs *, Counseling, Research and Planning, IT, Admissions and Records

2 Objective 3: Extend student success campaign to communicate college culture of nurturing, acceptance and achievement from the beginning of the college career, and maintain 97% student satisfaction. 3.1 Develop new ifalcon success initiatives ifalcon*, Student Success, ASCC 3.2 Create and implement faculty/student conversation sessions 3.3 Extend the outreach of Coaching Corps and develop parent/family orientations CTX*, ASCC, Student Services, President s Office, Faculty Senate ifalcon*, Student Success, ASCC, Student Services,

3 Teaching Practices Cerritos College promotes effective teaching practices informed by pedagogical expertise, collaboration, reflective self-assessment, and integration of classroom and online technology to facilitate student engagement and achievement of educational goals. Objective 1: Increase and sustain professional development opportunities for faculty participation by 10%. 1.1 Expand existing flex activities and faculty CTX development that focus on teaching and learning improvements 1.2 Initiate professional development online scheduling and tracking program *, CTX Objective 2: Improve collaborative teaching environment on campus by increasing opportunities for faculty interaction. 2.1 paired w/ 1.4 Student Engagement Extend collaborative teaching environment with Learning Communities Programs, acceleration, and compressed courses to encourage faculty engagement 2.2 Develop strategies for faculty mentoring and sharing teaching success strategies *, CTX, Admissions and Records, Learning Communities Program CTX

4 Academic Infrastructure Cerritos College will provide an academic infrastructure that supports an effective teachingand-learning environment. Objective 1: Increase student attendance and completion rates by providing instructional spaces conducive to teaching and learning. 1.1 Develop integrated smart classroom standards that include technology, equipment, furniture, and media 1.2 Upgrade general classrooms to smart classrooms 1.3 Continue implementation of the Facilities Master Plan objectives and assess on an annual basis Ongoing Media Services*, IT*, Facilities Media Services*, Facilities*, IT, Fiscal Services*, Facilities Objective 2: Increase student use of LMS by maximizing Learning Management System effectiveness. 2.1 Evaluate TalonNet to identify faculty and student needs and use the results to develop an improvement plan 2.2 Provide additional training for faculty to facilitate online, hybrid, and/or flipped classes 2.3 Promote campus awareness of TalonNet capabilities, tools, and features Objective 3: Provide up-to-date computers and digital infrastructure. 3.1 Replace computer and network infrastructure Ongoing IT on a five-year cycle, with assessment of completion every academic calendar year 3.2 Extend wireless access to classrooms Ongoing IT Objective 4: Provide noninstructional spaces conducive to learning. 4.1 Expand outdoor student study areas by Facilities*, IT developing plan for wireless access and adding more seats to LRC outdoor roof space 4.2 Identify additional open lab computer space Facilities*, IT *, Technology-Based Learning Committee *, CTX *, CTX, Technology-Based Learning Committee

5 Objective 5: Ensure access to information technology and regulatory compliance (Section 508). 5.1 Develop a communication and training plan to ensure accessibility Spring 2013 Human Resources* (Web Services, DSPS)

6 Instructional Programs Cerritos College offers innovative instructional programs providing efficient educational pathways that deliver excellent, leading edge, relevant transfer options, career and technical education, and basic skills development that lead to student success. Objective 1: Increase student completion rates by 5% by creating clear educational pathways. 1.1 paired w/2.1 Support Services Create clear educational plans by discipline for every student 1.2 Create Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) for all potential AA/AS T degrees 1.3 Provide class schedules that reflect educational pathways and ensure classes for students 1.4 Implement block scheduling for all disciplines (where appropriate) on campus 1.5 Create clear intervention points at each academic transition Fall 2015 June 2014 *, IT Curriculum Committee*, *, Student Services* Objective 2: Increase overall transfer rates by 5% by establishing relevant transfer options. 2.1 Maintain minimum transfer course success rate at 75% 2.2 Achieve Chancellor s Office goals for adoption of TMC-aligned AA/AS T degrees 2.3 Improve identification and notification processes for students who are ready to transfer Transfer Center*, Academic Affairs, Student Services Curriculum Committee*, Research and Planning, Objective 3: Increase completion rates by 5% by establishing relevant completion options for Career Technical Education. 3.1 Identify software for tracking progression of certificate/degree completion using tools such as degree audit 3.2 Develop processes via technology (e.g. Facebook, mobile apps, surveys) to track student job/career/educational attainment *, Research and Planning*, Student Services, IT *, Research and Planning, IT

7 Objective 4: Increase faster completion of basic skills requirements by 10% by developing Relevant Progress Basic Skills Sequence. 4.1 Ensure basic skills seats for students meeting AOC requirements 4.2 Develop college-ready partnerships with K-12 districts 4.3 Develop strategies to accelerate and compress basic skills sequences (courses, assessment, educational plans, etc.) 4.4 Create incentives for students that have met benchmarks at academic transition points 4.5 Develop and implement strategy for requiring students to complete basic skills earlier in their academic careers *, Student Services (Assessment)* *, Student Services*, Pathway Programs *, Developmental Education Committee *, Student Services (Task Force)* *, Student Services (Task Force)*

8 Support Services Cerritos College will provide holistic, comprehensive, well-organized, innovative support services and programs leading to student success. Objective 1: Reorganize website to centralize and communicate information about all support services and pathways available to students. 1.1 Develop strategy and implementation of website reorganization focused on student needs 1.2 List available support services and their key services, location and contact information 1.3 Identify main access point for student navigation and launch link 1.4 Identify other area, division and department webpages for improved navigation points and launch links *, Student Services*, Web Administrator Web Administrator *, Student Services*, Web Standards Committee, Web Administrator *, Department Chairs, Managers and Web Authors Objective 2: Increase student completion rates by 5% by increasing the number of students with comprehensive educational plans. 2.1 paired w/1.1 Instructional Programs Research and implement a system to record comprehensive educational plans 2.2 Identify different ways in which comprehensive educational plans can be generated 2.3 Create comprehensive educational plans for all students Objective 3: Develop criteria for assessing success of support services across campus. 3.1 Develop strategy for improving communication services to students Academic Managers* Department Chairs*, Counselors* Academic Managers* 3.2 Develop repository of all survey instruments Research and Planning 3.3 Based on survey feedback and data, identify strategic plan for developing a single grid document, online and in print, specifying critical regulations pertaining to academic standing

9 Objective 4: Increase use of targeted technology to enhance accessibility of services/resources. 4.1 Research and evaluate product/system allowing for remote online counseling appointments IT*, Dean of Counseling Services*

10 Resource Management Cerritos College will implement and maintain effective and efficient resource management practices, with input from all constituencies, to ensure financial stability, appropriate staffing and facilities levels, and necessary services driven by its mission of student success. Objective 1: Increase campus access and awareness of budgetary planning and development. 1.1 Create facts-at-a-glance one-page document regarding budget status and/or budget development and/or budget calendar for easy dissemination with web access December 2013 Fiscal Services 1.2 Utilize and assess results of annual communications survey to improve awareness of budget development process Ongoing Fiscal Services*, President s Office, Research and Planning - Other goals are cross referenced in campus leadership

11 Campus Leadership Cerritos College will continuously improve the quality of leadership through education, assessment, and collaboration that will empower employees to foster student success. Objective 1: Expand leadership development opportunities for all constituent groups. 1.1 Attain institutional funding for Falcon Leadership Academy (FLA) President s Office 1.2 Identify leadership and professional development workshop topics/plan/strategies and develop implementation plan 1.3 Develop an online resource for disseminating or publishing the leadership development content and feedback by key topics Human Resources*, Staff Development* President s Office*, FLA Graduates* Objective 2: Improve participation in shared governance and student engagement activities by 10%. 2.1 Assess and target barriers to participation in shared governance activities 2.2 Invite all constituent groups to participate in shared governance opportunities President s Office*, Research and Planning President s Office Objective 3: Identify and celebrate on-campus best practices in diversity programs. 3.1 Identify on-campus diversity programs (e.g., Safe Zone Program) and assess gaps and opportunities Executive Council 3.2 Participate in a web reorganization and create an online hub to increase communication and visibility President s Office*, Objective 4: Develop a Leadership Communications Plan. 4.1 Identify leadership communication gaps and implement plan to address areas for improvement 4.2 Start Effective Communication for Campus Leaders Training Program 4.3 Develop tool for improving employee/program/student recognition President s Office*, Institutional Effectiveness Human Resources President s Office*,

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