REDWOODS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT Meeting of the Enrollment Management Committee (EMC)

Meeting of the Enrollment Management Committee (EMC)
Eureka: 7351 Tompkins Hill Road, AD 201 (Board Room)
Monday, November 29, 2010
1:10 – 2:30 p.m.
1. Call To Order
2. Approve November 15, 2010 Meeting Minutes*
3. Action Items
3.1 Prioritization of Activities and Outcomes of the Planning Agenda*
3.2 Finalize Recommendations for Summer Schedule
4. Discussion Items
4.1 FTES Projections for 2011-2012
4.2 TLU Allocation Process for 2011-2012
5. Reports
5.1 Wait List Recommendation – update
5.2 Multiple Measures – update
5.3 Enrollment Management & Student Satisfaction Survey – Action Plans – update
5.4 IR Status
5.5 101 Corridor Survey
6. Announcements
7. Adjournment
(* denotes attachment)
Next Meeting:
December 13, 2010
Redwoods Community College District
Enrollment Management Committee (EMC)
Monday, November 15, 2010
Jennifer Bailey, Anna Duffy, David Gonsalves (phone), Kathy Goodlive,
Utpal Goswami, Melissa Green, Sheila Hall, Anita Janis (phone),
Allen Keppner, Pam Kessler, Geisce Ly (phone), Maggie Lynch,
Michael Peterson, Keith Snow-Flamer(Co-Chair), Bruce Wagner (CoChair)
Minutes from the November 1, 2010, EMC meeting were approved as
Final Wait List
Final revisions were made to the Waitlist Procedure. The website will be
updated to reflect the recent changes to the wait list process. . Students
will also be notified to check web advisor for their wait list status. There
was consensus among committee member to approve the Final Wait List
EM Scorecard
There was discussion about how information regarding advisor caseload
retention is going to be used and what the purpose of gathering this
information is. It was noted that there are many factors that cannot be
controlled within an advisor’s caseload. The intention of the scorecard is
to: 1) to measure strategic performance; 2) facilitate continuous quality
improvement; and 3) to provide a visual display of the most important
information needed to achieve the college’s access and success
objectives. After continued discussion several revisions were suggested.
Bruce and Keith will draft a recommendation to take to cabinet for their
approval of the scorecard.
The EMC Operating agreement was reviewed with suggested revisions
from Bruce and Keith. Committee members identified additional
revisions to be made. Bruce and Keith will make revisions and return to
the committee for approval at the next meeting on November 29.
Strategies for
Summer Session
Discussion took place regarding strategies for a summer session this
year. In January a determination will be made regarding the availability
of funds and there needs to be a plan in place if funding is identified for
the summer.
Discussion also took place regarding the following:
 Recommendation regarding the growth of FTES
 Success of students enrolled in a high number of units
When would summer session begin?
Are there any savings obtained by not offering summer?
Required summer programs, i.e., LVN, Administration of Justice
and the Farm.
50% law
The committee also stressed the importance of early and clear
communication to students and the community once a decision is made
regarding the fate of the summer session.
Next steps include:
 Identification of talking points to accurately disseminate
 Bruce will contact Deans to get input on courses that must be
offered during the summer.
Carried Over
Agenda Items
Tabled Reports
FTES Projections
TLU Allocations
Multiple Measures
Enrollment Management & Student Satisfaction Survey
5.1 IR Status
5.2 101 Corridor Survey
The meeting was adjourned at 2:30 p.m.