2007-2008 AREA EFFECTIVENESS PLAN ASSESSMENT Executive Assistant to the President

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2007-2008 AREA EFFECTIVENESS PLAN ASSESSMENT
Executive Assistant to the President
Associate Vice President, Budget and Financial Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
19
11000-73000 Assoc
Vice Pres
Budget &
Finan
Serv
Hire Part- Hire a part-time
employee to
time
employee help
Administrative
Associate with
daily office
tasks and give
her more time
in working on
more pressing
matters.
Part-time
budget is
established;
employee is
hired and
trained.
After the
employee
completes
the initial
training, we
anticipate to
accomplish
the various
goals set in
previous
area
effectiveness
plans.
Currently,
there is no
part-time
help in AVP
office to
assist the
Administrati
ve Associate
Hire qualified
candidate and
provide proper
training
Assist
Administrative
Associate with daily
office tasks.
Overhauled filing
system.
Met
20
11000-73280 NonMandator
y TrfTechnolo
gy Fund
Allocation
of
student
fees to
the
Technolo
gy Fund
To allocate
tuition revenue
collected from
students to the
Technology
Fund
Allocation is
done by
Accounting
on a
semesterly
basis
Funding is
available for
procuring
state of the
art
technology
and enhance
student
learning.
Allocation
is ongoing
based on the
tuition
revenue
stream.
Accounting
Budget was created Funding was
receives
and allocation done. available for Student
enrollment
Technology.
information and
thru the transfer
allocates $50
per student to
the Technology
Fund.
Met
21
11000-73281 NonMandator
y TrfStudent
Gov
Allocation
of
student
fees to
Student
Governme
nt
To allocate $5
per student
from the tuition
revenue
collected from
students to the
Student
Government
Association
Fund
Allocation is
done by
Accounting
on a
semesterly
basis.
Funding is
available to
fund student
activities
and provide
leadership
training to
students.
Allocation
is ongoing
based on the
tuition
revenue
stream.
Accounting
Budget created and
receives
allocation done.
enrollment
information and
thru the transfer
allocates $5.00
per student to
the Student
Government
Association
Fund.
Met
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Part-time budget
was established.
Part-time employee
was hired and
trained.
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Funding was
available for Student
Activities.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Associate Vice President, Budget and Financial Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
22
11000-73282 NonMandator
y TrfIntercolle
g Athle
Allocation
of
student
fees to
the
Intercolle
giate
Athletics
Fund
To allocate $3
per student and
$1.00 per credit
hour from the
tuition revenue
collected from
students to the
Intercollegiate
Athletic Fund.
Allocation is
done by
Accounting
on a
semesterly
basis.
Funding is
available to
fund
intercollegiat
e athletics
and provide
scholarships
to talented
athletes.
Allocation
is ongoing
based on the
tuition
revenue
stream.
Accounting
Budget created and
receives
allocation done.
enrollment and
credit hour
information and
thru the transfer
allocates $3 per
student and $1
per credit hour
to the
Intercollegiate
Athletic Fund.
Funding was
available for
Athletic Programs.
Met
23
11000-73283 NonMandator
y TrfInstruc
Equipmen
t
Allocation
of
student
fees to
the
Instructio
nal
Equipmen
t Fund
To allocate $12
per student
from the tuition
revenue
collected from
students to the
Instructional
Equipment
Fund.
Allocation is
done by
Accounting
on a
semesterly
basis.
Funding is
available to
fund
instructional
equipment
that
enhances
student
learning in
the various
disciplines.
Allocation
is ongoing
based on the
tuition
revenue
stream.
Accounting
Budget created and
receives
allocation done.
enrollment
information and
thru the transfer
allocates $12
per student to
the Instructional
Equipment
Fund.
Funding was
available for
Instructional
Equipment.
Met
24
12270-S12270 New
Programs
Create
budget
for new
selfsupportin
g
programs
To set up
budgets for new
self-supporting
programs.
Budget is
increased
based on
upcoming
new programs.
Funding is
available
based on
revenue
generated
from the
new
programs.
Current
budget is
established.
Once submitted Budget created.
to the Budget
Office, selfsupporting
programs are
reviewed for
budget accuracy
and a
determination is
made as to
increase the
budget for the
new programs.
Funding available to
new program.
Met
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Executive Assistant to the President
Associate Vice President. Marketing and External Affairs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
3
11000-14001 AVP
Marketing
Marketing Promote
Occupational
Education and
ESL programs
in efforts to
gain more
students earning
Associate
Degrees.
Increase
awareness of
ESL programs
to increase
enrollment in
pursuit of
degrees as
opposed to
proficiency in
English.
Year-to-year
enrollment
comparison
and degrees
earned.
Create
marketing
campaign
focusing on
ESL programs
by placing the
ads and
commercials in
the exact target
market.
Included in
promotion of all
college programs.
This is an on-going
effort.
4
11000-14001 AVP
Marketing
Marketing Promote new
early college
high school in
Ysleta District
and dual credit
among area
high schools.
Increase
Year-to-year
awareness in enrollment
the YISD
comparison.
about earning
a college
degree while
in high school.
Target
marketing at
different sides
of town and
specifically for
Ysleta District
to promote the
early college
high school.
Increased exposure
in billboards,
newspaper ads,
magazine ads, and
articles.
9
11000-14001 AVP
Marketing
Marketing Promote year
round
registration to
keep enrollment
figures up using
all forms of
media.
Increase
awareness of
new year
round
enrollment
availability.
Year-to-year
enrollment
comparison.
Target
Continue to promote
marketing using registration year
all forms of
round. On-going.
media.
10
11000-14001 AVP
Marketing
Marketing Install a new
position "Print
Standards
Specialist" to
standardize
college print
materials.
Maintain
standards for
all college
publications
keeping print
projects
consistent and
in compliance
with college
procedure.
Continue to
enhance the
college
image and
keep it
consistent in
the public's
eye.
Create a "Print
Standards
Specialist"
position.
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approved.
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In Progress
Marketing will
continue to utilize
the above forms of
advertising to
increase and/or
maintain the
college's exposure.
Met
In Progress
Plan to assign the
duties of a Print
Standards Specialist
to our graphic artist.
Not Met
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Executive Assistant to the President
Comptroller
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
11
11000-73206 Accountin
g Services
Increase
District
employee'
s
participati
on in the
direct
deposit
program
Increase and
maintain
participation in
the direct
deposit program
whereby all
employees are
cycled into
direct deposit.
Employees
may possibly
receive a
check their
first month of
employment,
but the
following
month they
should have
been guided
into a direct
deposit
election.
The payroll
should have
over 99%
participation
in direct
deposit.
The current
percentage
of
participation
in direct
deposit is
between 90
and 95%.
Adherance to
mandatory
direct deposit
needs to be
monitored and
followed up on
by the different
departments
that initially
interact with
newly hired
employees.
Payroll direct
deposit exceeds 99
% participation
meeting the area
improvement goal.
Results indicate
fewer resources are
used to process pay
to employees.
Met
12
11000-73200 Comptroll
er
Increase
percentag
e of
students
receiving
financial
aid in
direct
deposit
Increase and
maintain
participation by
students in the
direct deposit
program.
Increase the
number of
students
receiving Pell
financial
assistance on
direct deposit.
Increase the
direct
deposit
participation
by financial
aid
receiving
students to
over 85%
Currently,
the student
participation
level is just
under 84%
on only the
large
financial aid
Pell
disbursemen
ts and much
lower on the
subsequent
disbursemen
ts. Overall,
current
participation
by students
is probably
in the 70%
range.
Continue to
identify and
enlist the
support of the
Financial Aid
Department in
notifying and
contacting new
students for
direct deposit
enrollment
purposes.
On the large Pell
disbursements direct
deposit participation
has exceeded 85%
meeting the
objective of this
plan.
Results indicate
efforts to initially
get students to enroll
in direct deposit are
working.
Compliance can not
be made mandatory.
Met
13
24702-C24702 CP
Budget
Head
Administr
ative
Support
Carl
Perkins
Budget
Head
Administr
ative
Support
Provide
administrative
support of Carl
Perkins Budget
Heads, and
submit
appropriate
Reliable
timely
information is
available to
program
managers and
file quarterly
Quarterly
reports filed
within 15
days of the
end of each
quarter and
the final
Reports are
required to
be on time
to continue
funding of
grant.
Assign a full
time classified
staff employee
(Accounting
Specialist) for
project year.
Currently, only
Pan objectives were
met.
The Carl Perkins
Grant was given the
administrative
support to meet
budget head needs
as well as support
the efforts to meet
Met
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8 /31/2008
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Executive Assistant to the President
Comptroller
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
reports to Carl
Perkins
Measure
Standard
and annual
report is
reports on a
filed within
timely manner. 45 days
after the end
of the grant
year.
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Strategies
Assessment Results
90% of the
Accounting
Specialist salary
is paid by the
grant.
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the financial
reporting
requirements.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Budget
Plan
No.
14
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-73100 Director
Budget
Plan
Name
Roll
Budget
into
Finance
by 9-0107
Objective
Put the 2007-08
Budget into
Finance at the
beginning of
the fiscal year.
Measure
Complete by
9-01-07
Standard
Improve
customer
service.
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Baseline
Currently
the Budget
Office
experiences
challenges
with the
labor roll to
the Budget
Module and
relies on
others to
provide
final budget
information
to meet the
09/01/07
goal.
Strategies
Improve the
rolling of the
Budget from
Personnel to the
Budget module.
Assessment Results
Use of Results
The task to improve The Budget Office
the roll from
made the roll
Personnel to the
manually.
budget module by IT
& Personnel did not
happen.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Foundation and Diversity
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
215
11000-11103 Foundatio
n
Campaign
4,
Support
from
National
Donors &
EPCC
Donors
To continue to
increase donor
base from
EPCC, local,
state, or
national level.
Identification
of extended
donor base
and the
number of
potential
donors at the
end of the
year.
To hire a
F/T
Coordinator
and a P/T
Clerk III for
Office
support and
the purpose
of continued
identificatio
n of
extended
donor base
and the
number of
potential
donors
within the
college and
in the El
Paso
community.
Currently
have one
F/T
Assistant.
Currently, have
a 2 year
database of
potential and
completed
donors that
have given for
scholarships.
216
11000-52500 Director
Diversity
Programs
Diversity
ProgramsHeritage
Awarenes
s & Other
Diversity
Activities
To maintain
and increase
district-wide
diversity.
Identify the
number of
attendees.
To hire one
P/T Clerk III
for office
support and
purpose of
continued
identificatio
n of the
number of
participants
through an
evaluation
process.
Currently
have one
F/T
Assistant
and
currently
offering one
type of
activity at
multicampus
sites.
Develop
marketing of
event to all
campuses
through fliers,
internal
technological
methods.
Continue the
use of
evaluation
forms that will
be completed
by participants.
Continue to
seek outside
community
members to join
ongoing &
giving for
diversity events.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Human Resources Development
Plan
No.
15
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52149 Director,
Human
Resource
Developm
ent
Plan
Name
Annual
Staff
Retreat
Objective
Provide the
leadership and
guidance to
develop, plan,
and organize
the annual staff
retreat for
approximately
60 professional
and classifed
staff.
Measure
Verbal
feedback from
facilitators
and
participants
and analysis
of program
evaluations by
participants.
Standard
Baseline
90 percent
positive
feedback
from
program
evaluations
by
participants
60 EPCC
employees
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Strategies
I. Select the
required
number of
replacement
facilitators
II. Meet with
facilitators to
develop a
preliminary plan
III.
Coordination
and
collaboration
with staff
retreat
facilitation team
IV. Meet with
facilitation team
to develop
interactive
program
V. Meet with
facilitation team
to select 50
participants
VI. Conduct
onsite training
for facilitation
team on
program to be
delivered at
retreat
VII. Meet with
retreat
participants to
orient and
answer
questions
VIII. Kick off
retreat at offsite
location
IX. Prepare
outcomes report
Assessment Results
Sixty classified and
professional staff
members attended
and participated in a
very successful and
educational staff
retreat in Las
Vegas, Nevada.
The topic covered
was "Insights
Personality
Assessment." The
duration of the
retreat was three
days.
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An outcomes report
was prepared for the
President, Assistant
to the President, and
all administrators.
The report is
presented to the
cabinet for insight
and planning
functions. The
program is also used
as an evaluation tool
when the program is
presented to EPCC
employees.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Human Resources Development
Plan
No.
16
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52149 Director,
Human
Resource
Developm
ent
Plan
Name
Staff
Training
and
Developm
ent
Objective
Facilitate two
staff
development
programs per
month on
diversity, team
building,
customer
service,
interpersonal
skills, and
leadership
respectively to
classified and
professional
staff.
Standard
Baseline
Twelve 3 1/2 600 EPCC
hour sessions employees.
to 70 percent
of EPCC
employees.
70 percent
of EPCC
employees.
Measure
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I. Develop a
training
schedule
II. Announce
sessions via email
III. Coordinate
witth media and
conference
room
availability
IV. Rollout
training
session/s.
Five hundred and
fifty nine (559)
employees
participated in
eighteen (18) three
and one half 3 1/2
hour workshops
from March 2007 to
February 2008. The
workshops that were
presented were New
Employee
Orientation, The
Annual Staff
Retreat, Advanced
Connections,
Building Positive
Relationships,
Captivating your
Audience with
Powerful
Presentations,
Connections,
Creative
Presentation and
Facilitation Skills,
Excellence in
Customer Service,
Fish, Fun is Good,
Insight Personality
Assessment,
Pygmalion Effect,
Santa's Leadership
Secrets, Team
Building Dynamics,
Team Player Styles,
The Abiliene
Paradox, Whale
Done, and Who
Moved my
Cheese. The target
number of training
70 percent of the
employees was met.
Personal growth and
development for
employees.
Increased morale,
team cooperation,
customers service
and added value to
the college in the
manner in which
employees perform
their functions.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Human Resources Development
Plan
No.
17
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52149 Director,
Human
Resource
Developm
ent
Plan
Name
HRD
Web Site
Objective
Coordinate with
IT to develop
and activate a
web site that
will inform all
employees on
all workshops
and programs
offered by
HRD, i.e.,
educational
leave, resource
library,
Toastmasters,
and staff retreat.
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Number of
responses
from the
website.
30 percent
usage from
EPCC
employees.
Not offered
before.
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Strategies
I. Identify the
information
needed for the
web site.
II. Develop the
write up for the
different
services
available.
III. Provide the
information to
IT.
IV. Coordinate
with IT to
activate the
system.
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The Human
Resource
Development
Department with the
assistance of A.J.
Navarro, EPCC
Webmaster created a
website for the
department in 2007.
The website now
includes the HRD
Resource Library
which can be
accessed by any
employee. The
website gives
employees the
opportunity to view
the list of books,
cd’s , and dvd’s that
are available for
check out or if the
item is out. The
Resource Library
has been updated
with the latest state
of the art materials.
The website had
7,863 hits.
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Provides EPCC
employees with the
opportunity to
access books, cd's
and dvd's available
in the human
resources
development
department. Give
employees an
opportunity to check
and use the lastest
materials available
in the market.
Helps employees to
develop their
knowledge and skills
in areas of team
building,
interpersonal skills,
communication,
leadership,
management and
customer sevice.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, International Education
Plan
No.
18
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-42801 Internatio
nal
Programs
Plan
Name
Internatio
nal
Education
Program
Objective
Measure
Continue
development of
Power Point
presentations
fro the HIV
CASS
Programs.
These
presentations
will be given to
the CIED Office
at Georgetown
University and
the CASS InCountry
Coordinators.
A total of
seven copies
will be made
of the Power
Point
presentations
for the incountry
coordinators,
the CASS
Program
Officer at
EIEDGeorgetown
University,
and the
Program
Officer at
USAID.
Standard
100%
desseminatio
n of the
presentation
will be
made.
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Baseline
1.
Presentations
will be
made at the
annual
conference
of
coordinators
in
Washington,
D.C.
2.
Graduation
of the CASS
student in
El Paso.
3.
Presentations
will be
made in
each of the
participating
countries
by the
graduating
CASS
participants.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Increases
Results were
marketing with positive based on
funding sources the comments from
the graduation
guests. The
PowerPoint
presentations were
of good quality and
provided the target
audience with a
clear idea of the
work done by our
CASS students
while at EPCC.
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Copies of
PowerPoint
presentations were
forwarded to our
CASS Program
Officer and to each
of the five InCountry
Coordinators.
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Executive Assistant to the President
Director, Personnel Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Provide
essential human
resources
training to the
District on
employment
services,
benefits,
records mgmt,
compensation
and supervisor
training on
College
procedures and
processes (ie
use of forms
and rules).
Develop a new
hire orientation
plan and
provide
orientation to
new hires.
Develop and
present
workshops
using an
evaluation
tool to
measure the
success of the
training.
Keep track
using a roster
of employees
who attended
training.
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11000-74000 Personnel
Sevices
Human
Resources
District
Training
and New
Hire
Orientatio
n
218
11000-74000 Personnel
Sevices
Zero Injuries
Safety/Ca Reduce on the
rpet
job related
injuries in the
Personnel office
due to a
slippery floor.
Standard
Baseline
80% of the
new full
time
employees
trained in a
workshop
and 100%
of new
employees
trained
during the
new hire
orientation.
Average of
120
positions
filled per
year which
is a 10%
turnover
rate of
fulltime
employees
at the
college.
The use of the
laptop and
projector will
enable the
Personnel
department to
conduct
training
sessions for
College
employees of
the District on a
continuous, and
as needed
basis. The
ownership of
the equipment
will enable the
staff to travel to
the surrounding
campuses more
efficiently. The
Director and
Managers will
be able to take
the laptop on
work related
trips in order to
keep up with
important email
and projects.
Work
related
injuries due
to slipping
will be
reduced.
One
worker's
compensatio
n claim
10 close
calls
Carpet the
hallway in the
Personnel
Department.
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Information Technology
Associate Vice President, Instructional Resources and Technology
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
195
11000-52100 Assoc
Vice
President
Instr
Resources
&
Technolo
gy
Utilizatio
n of
technologi
cal
capabilitie
s to
faculty,
staff, and
students
Promote
increased
utilization of
technological
capabilities to
faculty, staff,
and students
District-wide.
Increase
number of
training
sessions for
faculty, staff,
and students;
and assist
with
instructional
design.
196
11000-52101 Academic
Districtwide
computin
g support
services
for
students
and
faculty.
Increase hours
of operation to
accommodate
student demand.
Provide
Hire
district-wide appropriate
administrative level staff.
support to all
ACS labs;
increase level
of faculty and
student
support at all
ACS labs.
Computin
g Services
Regular
training
planning
sessions;
review and
modify
training
calendar on
a regular
basis.
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Develop
regular
training
calendar;
repeat
training
sessions.
Increase
training of
Luminis,
WebCT,
Webinars,
Outlook, Smart
Start Net,
Banner, etc.
In Progress
Hire 3 fulltime ACS
Lab
Assistants
and 2 parttime ACS
Lab
Assistants.
District-wide
ACS Lab
Manager will
assist with
planning and
supervision of
ACS labs;
additional parttime Lab
Assistants will
ensure for
increased
support to
faculty and
students.
In Progress
Expected Completion Date
Projected costs
= $96,646
197
11000-51005 Technolo
gy
Resource
Center
Districtwide
technolog
y training
for
faculty
and staff.
The Technology
Resource
Center will
operate three
centers: one at
VV, the second
at RG and the
third at TM.
This is in an
effort to
increase
technology
training to
faculty and
Training to
faculty and
staff will
increase by
20% and 11
online
modules will
be developed.
Develop a
catalog of
web-based
training
modules
and tutorials.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Extensive
online
module
development
occurred in
year 200405 in areas
such as
WebCT
training,
Flash,
PowerPoint
and the use
of
1. TRC staff
will continue to
assess training
needs and
develop online
tutorials, webbased training
in various areas;
In Progress
2. Assist with
the training of
faculty teaching
online courses;
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Associate Vice President, Instructional Resources and Technology
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
staff.
Combined
training
methods will be
utilized such as
on-demand,
web-based
training
opportunities
that will allow
the user to
select training
modules; and
training will be
delivered 24x7.
198
11000-52115 Instructio
nal
Media
Services
Districtwide
media
support
services
for
faculty,
students
and staff
To provide
increased media
services Districtwide to meet
faculty,
students, and
District needs.
Provide
District-wide
support to
IMS Centers.
Hire
appropriate
level staff.
Baseline
Strategies
HorizonLive
webinars.
Training in
Respondus
also was
available.
3. Continue to
support or
purchase the
necessary
training software
Hire 7 fulltime media
clerks.
District-wide
IMS Manager
will assist with
planning and
supervision of
IMS Centers;
additional parttime media
clerks will
ensure for
increased
support to
faculty and
students.
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
In Progress
Projected costs
= $118,272
199
11000-52136 Cablecast
Review
and
assess the
relevancy
or
currency
of leased
TV
programs
Review and
assess the
leased TV
programs by the
end of 2008.
Conduct a
study to
identify
outdated
programs.
Complete
study and
identify
needed
programmin
g.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Current
programs
have shown
poor
playback
and
broadcast
quality due
to age and
content.
Establish TV
Program
Committee to
assist with
identification of
programs.
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Associate Vice President, Instructional Resources and Technology
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
New
programs
will be
identified to
provide
updated and
current
information.
200
11000-52146 Center
for Instr
Telecomm
unications
Increase
in-house
productio
ns
Increase inhouse
productions for
the weekly
television
programming;
increase of
three programs
by the end of
2008.
The objective
will be met
with the
completion of
one pilot
program per
series and a
production
calendar for
each of the
three series.
Complete
the pilot
programs
and
production
calendar to
be ready for
full
production
by the end
of 2008.
Make
needed
modification
s to be
prepared for
full
production.
Identify faculty
and staff to
develop TV
show ideas and
work with
EPCC-TV staff.
In Progress
201
11000-52146 Center
for Instr
Telecomm
unications
Promote
new TV
studio
facilities
and
services
Promote new
studio facility
and services to
make them
available to the
College District
and the El Paso
community as a
whole.
A series of
tours, open
house
activities,
broadcast and
electronic
announcement
s. Collaborate
with the
Marketing
Department to
accomplish a
promotional
goal.
Plan five or
more tours
during the
year and
two open
houses for
the College
District
community.
Work with
the Office
of
Recruitment,
Faculty
Developmen
t, and
Marketing
to promote
the new TV
studio.
Coordinate
appropriate
activities.
In Progress
202
11000-52146 Center
for Instr
Telecomm
unications
EPIC
Cable
Collaborat
ive
membersh
ip
participati
on
Increase the
EPIC Cable
Collaborative
membership
participation on
scheduled
productions.
Schedule two
programs in the
Present
project to the
Cable
Collaborative
group for
approval.
Completion
of two
programs as
a
collaborative
venture.
Broadcast
two EPIC
TV
collaborative
programs.
Provide the
EPIC TV
Collaborative
group the
opportunity to
broadcast two
television
programs.
In Progress
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Associate Vice President, Instructional Resources and Technology
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
new EPCC
television
studio by the
end of 2008.
203
11000-52146 Center
for Instr
Telecomm
unications
Staff
trained in
digital
equipmen
t
To have the
EPCC-TV staff
fully trained by
2008 in the use
of digital
equipment.
Once the new
digital
equipment is
installed at
the new TV
studio, a
study will be
done to
determine
training needs
for the design
of a digital
equipment
training plan.
The
production
staff will be
crosstrained to
increase and
improve
their digital
equipment
operation
knowledge.
The
production
staff will
sent out-oftown for
training as
needed.
The digital
equipment
plan will
identify the
staff
members
strengths
and
weaknesses.
Each one of
the
producers
will have a
specialized
area and
conduct his
own
training.
Identify
appropriate
training for
EPCC-TV staff.
In Progress
204
11000-75405 Library
Tech
Services Info Tech
Districtwide
automated
Library
system
Continue to
support the
District-wide
automated
Library system.
Service
appears
uninterrupted
from the
student's point
of view.
Monitor and
maintain
adequate
equipment
and service.
Adequate
service
Library
Technical
Services/IT will
ensure for the
appropriate
maintenance
and upgrade of
library
technologies.
In Progress
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
205
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52113 Distance
Education
Plan
Name
Distance
Education
Program
Review
Objective
Conduct
Distance
Education
program
evaluation.
Measure
Provide
effective
Distance
Education
processes and
support
services to
students and
faculty.
Standard
Improve
students and
faculty
support
services,
technology
delivery and
instructional
delivery.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Strategies
Conduct
support services
planning and
implementation
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology.
Conduct faculty
orientation and
information
sessions.
Coordinate
online training
with the
Technology
Resource
Center. Provide
technical
support once a
course is
identified for
online
development.
Work with the
Curriculum
office to
support online
course
development.
Pre-census date
follow-up to
students who
have not logged
in encouraging
students to get
started. Midsemester followup with
students to
identify
Assessment Results
Implemented the
strategies listed.
Identified areas for
improvement.
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Updated information
and communication
processes. The
Distance Education
Department
implemented a new
Course Management
System, Blackboard
CE 8, trained 136
EPCC faculty to use
the Blackboard
software, and
converted and
migrated 100 course
sections from
WebCT CE 4 to
Blackboard CE 8.
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Met
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
concerns or
problems they
are having. Oncampus
voluntary
orientation for
students
enrolled in
online classes.
Revise the
"Getting Started
" instructions
for online
students.
Create "How
To" online
tutorials for
online students.
Revise the
information
letter sent to
students at the
beginning of
each semester.
Conduct an endof-term student
program survey
to assess the
effectiveness of
support
provided by the
Distance
Education
Office. Assess
survey results
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology to
identify areas of
improvement.
Review
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
retention and
grade outcomes
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology,
Deans, and
faculty to
identify areas of
improvement
for Distance
Education
program
support.
206
11000-52113 Distance
Education
Develop
Online
Degree
Program
Fully develop
online degree
programs.
Work with
Deans to
select degree
programs for
online
delivery.
Degree
programs
are selected;
courses are
developed
and
available for
online
delivery.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Work with the Implemented the
Programs available
Associate Vice strategies listed.
to students.
President of
Programs identified.
Instructional
Resources and
Technology and
the Deans to
identify
programs for
online delivery.
Prioritize
program
development.
Prioritize
courses for
development.
Recruit faculty
to develop and
teach online
courses. Select
timelines for
course
development.
Coordinate
faculty training
with the
Technology
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Resource
Center.
Coordinate with
the Deans,
Curriculum
Office, and
Technology
Resource
Center for
course
development.
Coordinate
addition of
online
programs/course
s to the credit
class schedule
with the
Registrar's
Office.
Advertise
online degree
programs.
Notify SACS
and THECB of
substantive
change prior to
courses being
offered to
students.
207
11000-52135 Instructio
nal TV
Instructio
nal
Television
(ITV)
Conduct
Instructional
Television
Distance
Education
program review
in the area of
instructional
support
processes.
Provide
effective ITV
instructional
support
processes.
Improve
ITV
instructional
support
processes.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Conduct
instructional
support
processes
planning,
review and
implementation
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology.
Implemented the
strategies listed.
Identified areas for
improvement.
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Updated procedures
and improved
communication
processes.
Met
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Assess ITV
instructional
support
processes and
identify
processes for
improvement
based on
feedback from
the Associate
Vice President
of Instructional
Resources and
Technology,
Deans,
Discipline
Coordinators,
and faculty.
Conduct an
overall
assessment of
ITV
instructional
support
processes with
the Associate
Vice President
of Instructional
Resources and
Technology to
identify areas
for
improvement.
208
11000-52135 Instructio
nal TV
Instructio
nal
Television
(ITV)
Program
Review Support
Services
Conduct
Instructional
Television
Distance
Education
program review
in the area of
support services.
Provide
effective
Distance
Education
support
services to
ITV students.
Improve
ITV student
support
services.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Conduct
support services
planning and
implementation
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resouces and
Technology.
Implemented the
strategies listed.
Identified areas for
improvement.
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Updated procedures
and improved
communication
processes.
Met
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
On-campus
mandatory
orientation for
students
enrolled in ITV
classes. Revise
the information
letter sent to
ITV students at
the beginning
of each
semester.
Conduct an endof-term student
program survey
to assess the
effectiveness of
support
provided by the
Distance
Education
Office. Assess
survey results
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology to
identify areas of
improvement.
Review
retention and
grade outcomes
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology,
Deans and
faculty to
identify areas of
improvement
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
for Distance
Education
program
support.
209
11000-52113 Distance
Education
Virtual
College
of Texas
DE
Program
Review Support
Processes
Conduct Virtual
College of
Texas Distance
Education
program review
in the area of
instructional
support
processes.
Provide
effective VCT
instructional
support
processes.
Improve
VCT
instructional
support
processes.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Conduct
instructional
support
processes
planning,
review and
implementation
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology.
Assess VCT
instructional
support
processes and
identify
processes for
improvement
based on
feedback from
the Associate
Vice President
of Instructional
Resources and
Technology,
Deans,
Discipline
Coordinators
and faculty. The
VCT support
processes. The
VCT course
request
process. The
VCT advising
process. VCT
course approval
Implemented the
strategies listed.
Identified areas for
improvement.
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and processes.
Met
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
and faculty
credential
process. The
VCT course
creation and
enrollment
processes. The
VCT student
notification
procedure.
Conduct an
overall
assessment of
VCT
instructional
support
processes with
the Associate
Vice President
of Instructional
Resources and
Technology to
identify areas
for
improvement.
210
11000-52113 Distance
Education
Virtual
College
of Texas
Program
Review Support
Services
Conduct Virtual
College of
Texas Distance
Education
program review
in the area of
support services.
Provide
effective
Distance
Education
support
services to
VCT students.
Improve
VCT
student
support
services.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Conduct
support services
planning and
implementation
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology.
On-campus
voluntary
orientation for
students
enrolled in VCT
classes. Revise
the "Getting
Started"
Implemented the
strategies listed.
Identified areas for
improvement.
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Updated procedures
and improved
communication
processes.
Met
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
instructions for
VCT students.
Create "How
To" online
tutorials for
VCT students.
Revise the
information
letter sent to
VCT students at
the beginning
of each
semester.
Conduct an endof-term student
program survey
to assess the
effectiveness of
support
provided by the
Distance
Education
Office. Assess
survey results
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology to
identify areas of
improvement.
Review
retention and
grade outcomes
with the
Associate Vice
President of
Instructional
Resources and
Technology,
Deans, and
faculty to
identify areas of
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Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
improvement
for Distance
Education
program
support.
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Information Technology
Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Technology Officer
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Centralized
Back-up to
include:
Disaster
Recovery
Remote Site
SAN (Storage
Area Network)
Technology.
188
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Disaster
Recovery
189
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Help Desk Help Desk
Software.
190
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Automate
d
Software
for
Classroo
m
Assignme
nt
191
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Enterprise Utilities and
software for
Schedular automating and
for
simplifying
Banner
banner
Software for
automating the
assignment of
classrooms,
meeting rooms
throughout the
district.
Measure
Standard
EPCC off-site
hardware and
software
secondry
solution for
minimal
downtime
during a
disaster. The
data of all
Alpha servers
and
Administrative
servers will
reside none
repository
area.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Establish
remote
locations
with
redundant
capabilities.
Back-ups
and
administrativ
e job
submission
can be
easily
scheduled.
Recovery of
data, in case
of a disaster
will be
simplified.
I.T. Research
with various
vendors in order
to design best
solution for
EPCC. I.T. will
coordinate and
evaluate,
though Mock
Tests. Site for
disaster will
need to be
established and
configured to
meet equipment
and software
will be
purchased and
installed.
IN PROCESS
(change Initiator
from Fabiola Rubio
to Marco Fernandez)
In Progress
Accommodati
on for district
in the Help
Desk Area.
Establish
advance
technology
within the
Help Desk.
Purchase
software and
implement.
IN PROCESS
(change Plan Name
to "Support Center"
and Initiator from
Fabiola Rubio to
Marco Fernandez)
In Progress
Provide the
necessary
functionality
to eliminate
the manual
process of
assigning
semester
classrooms,
labs and
meeting room.
Network
and
automate
the process
of room
assignments.
Purchase
software and
implement.
DELETE
Withdrawn
Provide the
necessary
functionality
to eliminate
the manual
Manage
delivery of
application
output and
helps
Purchase
software and
implement.
COMPLETED
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Baseline
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The Appworx job
scheduler software is
used as a primary
source for Banner
nightly job
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Met
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Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Technology Officer
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
application
process.
Measure
Standard
processing
associated
with job
submissions.
coordinate
the
processing
for
applications.
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
submissions without
operator
supervision. At the
end of a business
day finance update
batch jobs are
executed
automatically along
with student and
Financial Aid
evening jobs.
Department users
are notified via
email upon
completion of their
respective job. This
software supports all
of EPCC Banner
evening job
submission
requirements.
192
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Multiview Software to
electronically
distribute EPCC
schedules and
catalogs.
The
application
will place the
college's
credit catalog
and credit
schedules on
current and
prospective
student's PC
desktop.
Synchronize
d web
application
for
publishing
and viewing
offline on a
local
computer.
Purchase
software and
implement.
DELETE
Withdrawn
193
11000-75005 Hardware
Maintena
nce &
Supplies
Streaming Steaming Video
server.
Video
The video
server will
reside in one
central
location and
will provide
streaming
video on
demand.
ASC
computer
operations
will house
server.
Streaming
video
accessibility
via EPCC
Network.
Research
Hardware and
Software. Test
hardware,
software and
bandwidth
usage.
Implement and
configure for
EPCC and
IN PROCESS
(change Initiator
from Fabiola Rubio
to Jenny Giron)
In Progress
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Plan
No.
194
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-75400 Informati
on
Technolo
gy
Systems
Plan
Name
Training
Objective
Training IT
Staff.
Measure
Establish a
training
program that
will enhance
technology
adaptability to
state of the
arts hardware
and software.
Train staff for
back-up
coverage.
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
ORION
client sites
will also
have access.
ORION use.
Vendor and
institutional
developed
training.
Set up training
classes:
ORACLE
PL/SQL
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11000-55320 American
a
Language
Program
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Enrollmen To increase
t increase ALP enrollment.
at
American
a
Language
Programs
Compare
10%
2006-07
enrollment
enrollment
gain.
statistics with
those from
2007-2008.
Baseline
Strategies
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2006-07
(final
numbers are
not
available
yet) will be
this year's
enrollment.
More publicity
on Canal 44,
EXA radio, and
various Juarez
mass media.
ALP will continue to
recruit students and
intensify recruiting
efforts in Juarez and
El Paso media
outlets.
Met
2006-07 enrollment
was 2687 students.
2007-08 enrollment
was 2933 students.
This is an increase
of 246 students
(9.1% increase)
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11000-55190 Foreign
Language
VV
Span
To develop an
2313
online version
Online
of Span 2313.
Course
Developm
ent
The objective
will be met
when the
course is
completed
and offered.
Since this is
a new
course
development
, a current
standard is
not
applicable.
Since this is
a new
course being
developed,
no current
baseline is
applicable.
The course will The online version
Spanish 2313 online
be developed
of Spanish 2313 was is presently being
during the
completed.
taught.
Spring 2007
and Summer
2007 semesters
and should be
ready for
enrollment in
Spring 2008.
Met
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11000-55205 Dance
VV
American
College
Dance
Festival
Plan
This plan will
be met once
EPCC
becomes an
institutional
member of the
American
College
Dance
Festival
Association
($250.00 for a
2 year
membership)
and a group of
dance
students have
attended the
regional
festival.
I like to see
the
participation
of 4 or 5
promising
dance
students in
the
workshops,
classes, and
adjudicated
performance
s at a
regional
festival
during the
2007-08
school year.
The Dance
Discipline
has never
attended an
American
College
Dance
Festival.
If it is
determined
there is money
available in the
budget, I will
audition
interested dance
students for a
performance
piece to be
performed at
the festival. We
will set
rehearsals and
make the
necessary travel
arrangements
(airfare, van
rental, hotel and
per diem) for
the Regional
ACDF in
Spring 2008.
Met
The objective of
this plan is to
expose our
students to the
opportunities of
the national
college dance
world by
engaging in
workshops,
classes, and
performances at
a Regional
American
College Dance
Festival at the
Stephen F.
Austin State
University in
Nacogdoches,
TX.
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met in the school
year for which I
proposed this plan
(07-08). However,
this plan WAS met
in the 08-09 school
year. In October
2008, Amy Slater,
Dance Coordinator
at EPCC, submitted
a detailed proposal
for attendance at the
American College
Dance Festival for
the 2008-2009
school year. Dean
Claude Mathis
accepted the
proposal and was
able to find money
to fully fund the
trip. EPCC became
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member of the
American College
Dance Festival (2
year membership), I
have high hopes that
we will be able to
participate in next
year's regional
festival as well. I
plan to draw up a
proposal to attend
the ACDF Regional
Conference at
Arizona State
University in
Tempe, AZ in
March 2010. This
will be submitted to
the Dean of
Communication and
Performing Arts,
Claude Mathis, by
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an institutional
the time the Fall
member of the
2009 semester has
American College
begun.
Dance Festival
Association. Four
students and one
dance professor
attended the regional
festival, March 1015, at Texas A&M
University in
College Station,
TX. The faculty and
students participated
in 4 full days of
classes, workshops,
and adjudicated and
guest performances.
Three of the four
students learned,
rehearsed, and
performed a dance
entitled "Soiled" for
a panel of
adjudicators who are
professionals in the
dance field. The
students received
feedback on their
performance and the
faculty member
received feedback
on her
choreography. It
was a very
successful
experience!
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11000-55265 Speech
VV
Instructio The objective of
nal
this plan is to
Resources increase the
amount of
Developm teaching
ent Plan
resources
The plan will
be met when
the
DVD/Video
Library titles
reflect the
Acquisition
of at least
one DVD
per major
communicati
on concepts
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will be the
existing
DVD/VHS
Tape
inventory.
If it is
determined that
there is money
available in the
supply pool
budget,
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No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Measure
Standard
(DVDs/CDRoms) for the
Speech
Discipline-VV. Thus,
enhancing
learning for our
students and
available
resources for
the speech
instructors.
major
concepts
taught in the
courses listed
in the core
curriculum:
Spch 1315,
Spch 1318,
and Spch
1321.
such as
listening,
interviewing,
sexual
harrassment,
effective
presentations
, nonverbal
communicati
ons, etc…
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Baseline
Strategies
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discipline
members will
be asked to
submit their
requests. The
requests will be
measured
against existing
inventory and
will be granted
based on the
standard of
increasing a
variety of
available
instructional
DVDs.
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11000-55170 Mass
Communi
cation VV
Journalis
m/Mass
Communi
cation
Area
Effectiven
ess Plan
To grow the
program and
meet student
needs.
Compare
yearly
enrollments.
50%
Spring 2007
semester
enrollment
is 258.
Visit area high
schools and
promotion of
the media
program
through EPCC
TV and KCOS.
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11000-55170 Mass
Communi
cation VV
KCCR
College
Radio
Station
Relaunching the
campus radio
station as an
Internet
streaming audio
service to the
college district
and the
community;
adding the
station as
instructional
support to the
Communication
Field of Study;
enhacing
college image in
the community
Once the
station is
streaming via
the Internet;
ascertainment
procedures
will be
undertaken
following
FCC
guidelines
(surveying
college and
community
listeners).
Making use of
the station
studio as lab
Starting
from
scratch, the
standard is
simple:
getting
KCCR on
the Internet,
and
securing for
it a spot on
the EPCC
home page.
The station
is not on the
air nor on
the Internet.
Following
advice and
counsel of our
contract
engineer, we
will seek to
repair the
broadcast
production
board and make
the air signal
available via
audio streaming
over the Internet.
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239
11000-55185 English
VV
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11000-55365 Advertisin
g and
Graphics
Plan
Name
Innovativ
e
Technolo
Objective
Measure
through quality
programming;
and
strengthening
community
involvement by
making the
radio station
available offcampus.
District Goals: Provide quality
instructional
support,Enhance the
college's
image, Strengthen and
encourage
community
involvement.
for audio
production
classes.
There is a focus
on
Developmental
Education and
reducing
attrition rates
and improving
student learning
outcomes.
There is a
continuing
development
of measurable
objectives that
will be
employed
when
planning is
complete.
English is
currently
piloting
sections to
study attrition
rates verses
class size.
The objective of Continued
support by
this plan is to
prepare students our Advisory
Standard
Baseline
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A reduction
in number
of students
taking
English
1301 and
English
1302
multiple
times.
Currently
that number
is in the
range of
+20%. The
intent is to
reduce
below +20%.
Current
conditions
with course
optimum of
30 students.
Strategies
include smaller
class size, use
of instructional
assistants. The
study is
ongoing and
data is being
collected.
The
standard for
success is
Keeping
track of
numbers,
Student success
depends on
delivering the
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Design
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12260-S12260 El
Conquista
dorSpecial
Project
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
gies and
Instructio
nal
Methodol
ogies
for their
professional
careers in the
field of graphic
arts.
Committee,
made up by
members of
the graphic
arts
community,
will insure
we're using
the proper
classroom
technology
and
monitoring of
student
success in the
classroom
through
relative
objectives/proj
ects will
measure
success.
graduation
upon
successful
completion
of our
associates
degree
aiming
towards a
career in the
field of
graphic arts.
student
information
on
graduates of
those
working in
their
relevant
careers
provides a
baseline to
mark
standards
for success.
best possible
education
relevant to the
field of graphic
arts.
Supplement
information
from outside
sources such as
inviting
advertising
agency
members,
graphic arts
members,
billboard and
outdoor
advertising
design
specialists to
speak to our
students will
greatly enhance
their learning
capabilities.
Expand
Newsroo
m / Train
Ad
Manager
1) Solve the
problem of
overcrowding in
the El
Conquistador
newsroom. 2)
Send the El
Conquistador
Ad Manager to
a training
seminar on the
new In-Design
layout software
that is state-ofthe art
technology for
US newsrooms.
Once trained,
Expand the El
Conquistador
newsroom
(A2708) by
providing a
doorway
between
A2708 and
A2707. In
doing so, it
will allow El
Conquistador
to expand into
A2707 and
make better
use of the
space by
dedicating
A2707 is
about the
same size as
A2708, so
expanding
into that
room would
allow us to
double the
size of our
operation.
Expanding
will not only
benefit El
Conquistado
r but other
classes as
well. 2) If
El
Conquistado
r and other
journalism
classes are
currently
operating in
cramped
space in
A2708. 2)
Ad Manager
is currently
untrained in
sophisticated
software.
He needs
formal
instruction
1. Expansion
of A2708;
a.immediate
relief could be
obtained by
designating
A2707 for El
Conquistador
and other mass
communication
programs.
Instructors of
these courses
can work
together to
devise the most
efficient use of
the space; b.
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Plan
Name
Objective
the ad manager
can train other
persons as
needed.
Measure
some space to
El
Conquistador
and some of
the other
space for
broadcast and
electronic
journalism
that is also
overcrowded.
At present, El
Conquistador
student editor
and layout
editor do not
have their
own desks,
there is no
space for
reference and
reading
materials. A
counter and
window needs
to be installed
to deal with
members of
the public
who come by
to drop off
news releases
or advertising
copy or
inquire about
ad rates. This
could be
obtained with
minimal
structural
changes. 2)
Sending the
El
Conquistador
Standard
Baseline
to get
the Ad
maximum
Manager
use of it.
trained in
this
sophisticated
software,
he would
develop
skills that
are the
industry
standard for
newspaper
layout, and
the EPCC
student
newspaper
would be
able to
operate
accordingly
and offer
students
appropriate
training for
the work
place.
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simple
carpentry could
modify the wall
so that access
can be made
between A2708
and A2707.
The counter and
window can be
added by
modifying
existing
window. 2) Indesign training:
the two day
training
seminars
usually run
about $795.00
and are offered
various times in
the summer.
We would also
need travel and
hotel expenses.
NOTE: this
improvement
plan is the first
step (for this
budget cycle) in
an attempt to
realize the
creation of a
Media Institute
at EPCC
intended to
serve the Tristate area,
enchance
recruiting
efforts to the
college's
communication
programs, and
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Measure
Standard
Baseline
Ad Manager
to an InDesign
seminar
somewhere in
the Southwest
region would
ensure that he
is properly
trained.
Seminars are
offered in
cities such as
Tucson,
Phoenix and
Albuquerque,
New Mexico
over the
summer.
Once the Ad
Manager is
properly
trained, he
can work with
students to
train them.
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g Arts
Spring
Arts
Festival
The main
objective for
2007-08 will be
to offer all
aspects of art :
visual, literary,
digital,
culinary, dance
and theater
performance,
film, and
musical arts.
The objective
will be met
when there
are events that
focus on all
the art areas.
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optimize use of
existing college
resources as
well as better
serve students
in existing
communications
classes.
100%-- It is
expected to
get all areas
involved.
Specifically,
digital,
fashion and
culinary.
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60%-- At
present, the
fashion
technology
gives a
show at the
Gala, the
digital
artists are
able to show
their visual
art at the
exhibition,
and culinary
will do an
ice
sculpture for
Strategy is to
contact
culinary, digital
and fashion
departments in
the Fall 07
semester and
invite them to
the festival
committee
meetings so that
they can see
what is
available to
them.
Encourage and
brainstorm with
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11000-52116 Service
Learning
Program
Plan
Name
Service
Learning
Objective
-To recruit
faculty who are
willing to
include a
service option
in one or more
of their
courses; - To
assist faculty in
designing the
service learning
portion of their
classes; -To
provide a
campus liaison
where as a
contact at each
campus that can
provide
assistance,
forms, and
guidance; -To
inform students
about service
learning as it
applies to their
specific
classes; -To
secure relevant
community
placement sites
Measure
The Service
Learning
Progam will
measure plan
objective by
collective data
obtained from
participating
faculty,
students and
agencies.
Data will be
evaluated by
students
enrolled in
program,
faculty
participation,
as well as # of
participating
agencies. The
results will be
provided as
guidance for
faculty,
institutional
effectiveness,
campus dean,
vice president
of instruction
and president.
Standard
The goal of
the program
is to
increase
awareness
and
participation
in Service
Learning by
increasing
the
availability
of the
program
district-wide.
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the Gala.
them as to what
kind of event
can showcase
their talents and
student
achievements.
In doing so, the
students, faculty
and general
public can see
what EPCC
offers.
Currently
we have
approximatel
y 30 faculty,
over 400
students that
participate
in the
program
yearly. We
would like
to increase
the number
of faculty,
students and
agencies
involved in
the Service
Learning
Program by
at least 20%.
The Plan
objective is
going to be
fulfilled by
having a
presence at all
campuses, in
community
agencies and
out in the
community in
general.
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11000-52122 Forensic
Travel
Plan
Name
Intercolle
giate
Forensics
Excellenc
e
Objective
20072008
Objective
Measure
for each service
learning
course; -To
assist students
as they enroll in
service
learning, choose
placements, and
become
established in
their agencies; To prepare
students to
engage in
community
service projects
and activities; To monitor
students' service
and report
results to
faculty; -To
disseminate
information
about service
learning outside
the immediate
campus and
community.
Our goals is
to
demonstrate
that through
awareness
that Service
Learning
Program can
meet
community
needs as well
as help
students and
faculty
become
socially
responsible
through civic
engagement.
The EPCC
Intercollegiate
Forensics
Program will
maintain the
continued
advancement of
the college's
academic
competition
through
successful
student
exhibition of
The measure
of success
will be
through
competition
results and
regional/nation
al team results
Standard
The
standard
will be three
fold: A.
Maintain or
increase the
number/varie
ty of
competitive
events
students
presently
compete in.
B. Maintain
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A. Currently
students
compete in
either
Debate or
Oral
Interpretatio
n or Public
Address
Events. B.
Currently,
approximatel
y 50% of
the
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A. Cross event
training. B.
Apply student
self evaluation
techniques
through of the
use of
rehearsal/perfor
mance video
taping.
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Objective
Measure
knowledge
skills taught
across the
curriculum in
Speech, Debate
and Oral
Interpretation
contest
situations.
Distric Goals: Develop, assess,
and maintain
relevant
curriculum that
meets student
and community
needs; Develop, assess,
and maintain
relevant
programs that
meet student,
faculty, staff,
and community
needs; - Ensure
that the skills
learned by
students reflect
business and
industry
expectations; Enhance the
College's image.
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Projects
Intercolle
giate
Forensics
Resources
The EPCC
Intercollegiate
Forensics
Program will
maintain the
Objective continued
2007advancement of
2008
the college's
adacemic
competition
Student
Success at
intercollegiate
forensics
competition.
Standard
Baseline
or increase
the
preliminary
advancement
s into
elimination
rounds. C.
Maintain or
increase the
number of
team
sweepstakes
awards at
invitational
and national
tournaments.
preliminary
events
advance to
the
elimination
rounds. C.
Currently,
the team
takes a
sweepstakes
award at
66% of the
tournaments
they attend.
Desired
completion
will be
determined
once the
student's
events are
prapared for
competition
where the
Currently,
students are
not making
the greatest
use of visual
aids in their
competitive
events. This
season there
were no
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training.
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goal prior to
competitive
season start.
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Objective
Measure
through
successful
student
exhibition of
knowledge
skills taught
across the
curriculum in
Speech, Debate
and Oral
Interpretation
contest
situations.
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11000-55195 Drama
VV
Experime
ntal
and/or
Original
Studio
Theater
Productio
ns
Increased
performance
oportunities for
students. Goals:
Improve
retention,
graduation and
completion
rates. -Develop,
assess, and
maintain
relevant
curriculum that
meets student
and community
needs, - Provide
and support
innovative
technologies
and
instructional
methodologies
in the
classroom, Increase
Enrollment, Assess the
planning and
development of
Attendance
figures at
performance, Audience
surveys
Standard
Baseline
product
(performanc
e delivery
aids, special
event
resources,
etc.) of the
competitive
event can be
evaluated
through
contest
results.
visual aids
prepared.
Next year,
the goal is
for every
student
competitor
to have
visual aids
for at least
50% of their
Public
Address
events.
Increase
number of
student
performance
opportunities
by adding
two
productions
which will
increase
number of
performance
s by 50%
from four to
six.
There are
currently for
theater
productions
each year.
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Work with
newlyorganized
students
thespian
society. Encourage
students not
currently
enrolled in
drama classes to
attend and
participate by
writing,
producing,
directing and
acting in new
material.
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Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
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Baseline
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facilities.
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Instruction
Architecture, Arts, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
84
11000-55180 Art VV
Upgrade
furniture
in Art
Studio
Labs
Upgrade of
Forty new
furniture in the
stools will be
VV Art Studios. purchased for
the VV Art
Studios for
2007-2008.
85
11000-55325 Architect
ure VV
Articulati
on Plan
with
Texas
Tech
University
To refine
Articulation
Plan with Texas
Tech University.
86
11000-55335 Chemistry
VV
Expand
Course
Offerings
Expand course
offerings in
chemistry to
meet the needs
of students
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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Art studios
need to have
stools that
are safe for
student
usage.
Present
stools in the
Art studios
are in very
poor
condition.
Request has
been submitted
and approved
for purchase of
new stools
Originally, 40 new
stools were going to
purchased, however,
approximately half
that amount were
ordered and are now
being used by
students in the art
studios.
Students are now
using new stools that
were purchased for
the VV Art Studios.
Met
Current
Articulation
Plan with
Texas Tech
University
will be
updated as
needed.
Articulation
Plans need
to reflect
current
curriculum
requirements
.
Current
articulation
plan with
Texas Tech
University
needs to be
reviewed.
Appropriate
personal from
EPCC and
Texas Tech
University will
review the
current
Architecture
Articulation
Plan to make
appropriate
revisions, if
needed, to the
plan.
Articulation plan for
the architecture
program between
Texas Tech
University and
EPCC was updated
Fall 2008, and these
changes will become
effective 20092010. A new
architecture course
("Architectural
Environmental
Systems") will be
offered starting
Spring 2010.
Futhermore,
"Architectural
Aesthetics" will be
converted from a
lecture course to a
studio course that
same semeseter, and
"Architectural
Technology II" will
be dropped from the
curriculum.
These revisions to
the architecture
degree plan will
ensure that EPCC
students will be well
prepared when they
enroll into the
Architecture
program at Texas
Tech University.
Met
The number
of chemistry
classes
offered at the
Valle Verde
Campus
Approximate
ly four
additional
classes in
chemistry
will be
Forty-Four
classes in
chemistry
were offered
at the Valle
Verde
Chemisty
schedules for
2007-2008 will
be carefully
reviewed/revised
to include
There was an
increase in the
number of chemistry
courses offered
2007-2008; an
additional eight
Additional students
were able to take
Chemistry classes at
the VV campus due
to the increase of
Chemistry classes.
Met
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during 20072008 will be
increased.
offered
Campus
during 2007- during the
2008.
2006-2007
academic
year.
additional
courses were
course offerings. offered, however,
only two of those
courses were not
cancelled due to low
enrollment.
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11000-55355 Engineeri
ng VV
Expand
Course
Offerings
Expand course
offerings in
engineering to
meet the needs
of the students.
The number
of engineering
classes
offered at the
VV Campus
for 2007-2008
will be
increased.
Four
additional
classes in
engineering
will be
offered at
the VV
Campus in
2007-2008.
During the
2006-2007
academic
year, there
were twelve
classes
offered in
engineering
at the VV
Campus.
The engineering
course schedule
for the 20072008 academic
year will be
revised to
include the
additional
sections.
There were an
additional 5 courses
in engineering
offered during 20072008 and all of the
classes made.
EPCC students had
the opportunity to
enroll in more
engineering classes
while pursuing an
Associate's Degree
in this area.
Met
88
11000-55430 Kinesiolo
gy VV
Increase
student
enrollmen
t
Increase student
enrollment in
the Kinesiology
Discipline.
Student
enrollment in
kinesiology
courses will
be tallied for
the 20072008
academic year.
Student
enrollment
in
kinesiology
will increase
by 8%.
Student
enrollment
in the
kinesiology
classes was
567 students
for the 20062007
academic
year.
Implement a
well-planned
recruitment/mar
keting plan to
increase
enrollment in
kinesiology
classes; the
plan will focus
on offering dual
credit classes,
requesting Occ.
Ed. Programs to
incorporate
Kinesiology
classes in their
degree plans,
articulate
kinesiology
classes with
UTEP, request
to include
kinesiology
classes in the
core
curriculum,
Enrollment
increased by 34%
(+198 students) in
kinesiology classes
from 2006-2007 to
2007-2008.
The Valle Verde
Campus offered
additional classes in
Kinesiology, and
students were able to
enroll in a variety of
those classes (i.e.
soccer, conditioning,
weightlifting, etc.)
Met
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Architecture, Arts, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
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write newspaper
articles to
promote
kinesiology
classes, etc.
89
11000-55390 Drafting
& Design
VV
Increase
enrollmen
t in
Drafting
Discipline
.
To increase
student
enrollment in
the drafting
discipline at the
VV Campus
during the 20072008 academic
year.
Student
enrollment in
the Drafting
Discipline
will be tallied
at the end of
the 20072008
academic year.
Enrollment
in the
Drafting
Discipline
will increase
by 6% to
8%.
During the
2006-2007
academic
year there
were 208
students
registered in
Drafting
classes.
Implement an
aggressive
recruiting/marke
ting plan to
include: dual
credit courses,
flyers,
brochures,
newspaper
articles, and
other printed
material.
The enrollment
decreased in the
drafting discipline
between 2006-2007
& 2007-2008; the
enrollment in
drafting for 20072008 was 205
students. The
demand for drafting
class has decreased
significantly.
New drafting
instructor will focus
on recruiting
students.
90
11000-55330 Biology
VV
Upgrade
Lab
Equipmen
t
Replace broken
and worn out
microscopes,
and large MultiTorso in the
biology
laboratories.
Increase the
number of
microscopes,
and replace
large multitorso, that
students can
work with in
the laboratory
setting
conducting
hands on
laboratory
exercises and
experiments.
Students
will have
access to
state of the
art
microscopes,
and a multitorso, to
work within
the
laboratory
setting for
the 20072008
academic
year.
Currently,
approximatel
y 50% of all
microscopes
are old,
broken, and
need to be
replaced.
Our current
large multitorso is 25
years old
and has
numerous
missing
parts. It is
no longer
functional.
Requests will
be submitted to
purchase new
microscopes
and multi-torso.
Microscopes now
being used by
students in Lab
activities.
Keep upgrading
equipment.
91
11000-55330 Biology
VV
Incorporat
e Latest
Technolo
gy in the
Biology
Labs
To incorporate
the latest
teaching
models, tutorial
DVDs and stateof-the-art
computer
The
implementatio
n of the latest
teaching
models,
tutorial DVDs
and state-of-
Students
will have
increased
opportunities
to conduct
more "hands
on"
Currently
there are no
instructional/
tutorial lab
materials
available for
Biology
Purchase the
No funding
following
available.
teaching
models, tutorial
DVDs, and
computer
simulations to
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Instruction
Architecture, Arts, Math and Science
Plan
No.
92
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-55350 Physics
VV
Plan
Name
Purchase
videos
for
physics
labs
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Objective
Measure
simulations into
the Anatomy
and Physiology
laboratories and
general biology
classes.
the-art
computer
simulations
will greatly
improve our
anatomy and
physiology
laboratory
teaching
methodologies
and will
supplement
our majors
and nonmajors
general
biology
laboratories.
This will be a
great asset in
better
preparing our
students for
the Health
Occupation
Programs.
Over 95% of
our students
are going into
these
programs.
laboratory
experimentat
ion and
observations
that are so
essential to
better
understand
complicated
anatomical
and
physiologica
l concepts.
2402 and
only limited
supplies for
Biol 2401,
and none
exist for our
general
biology
laboratories.
be utilized in
our Anatomy
and Physiology
Laboratories
Biol 2402,
2401, and in
our general
biology courses.
Increase the
holdings of
physics videos
with the
purchase of
Paul Hewitt's
"Conceptual
Physics" video
series.
Higher
success rate
for students;
increase in
understanding
fundamental
physical
principles.
Increased
understandin
g of basic
physics.
The
department
does not
have the
videos to
support the
Hewitt text.
Purchase Paul
Hewitt's
"Conceptual
Physics" video
series.
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Instruction
Arts, Basic Skills, Communication and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
247
11000-55191 Foreign
Language
TM
Lower the
Foreign
Language number of
students who
drop from
language
classes.
Compare
number of
students who
started and
completed it.
Better
completion
rate
Current
drop rate is
low. The
discipline
wants better
rates from
all
instructors
full time
and parttime
District wide
discipline
meetings to
discuss program
and strategies.
248
11000-55201 Music
TM
Music
Goal is 80%
of classes at
75% fill rate.
Goal is
increase seat
count by 5%.
Class fill
rate
standards is
80% of
classes at
75% fill rate.
2007 class
fill rate is
70% current
enrollment
trend is
down
approximatel
y 10%
Manage course
schedule each
semester to
ensure fill rate.
249
11000-55301 Sociology
TM
Sociology To increase
class fill rates
Discipline and enrollment
trends.
Goal is 80%
of classes at
75% fill rate.
Goal is
increase seat
count by 5%.
Class fill
rate
standard is
80% of
classes at
75% fill rate.
2007 class
fill rate is
70% current
enrollment
trend is
down
approximatel
y 10%
1. Develop
sociology
hybrid courses
2. Increase online course
offerings
3. Manage
course schedule
each semester
4. Look for
classroom space
at MDP for
early high
school and
canutillo.
5. Create a
discipline a
brochure for
recruitment
6. Schedule
controversial
issues forum.
To increase
class class fill
rates and
enrollment
trends.
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Instruction
Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
25
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Acct No.
Area
11000-52128 Communi
ty
Education
Program
Plan
Name
Communi
ty
Education
Program
Objective
Measure
1. To meet or
exceed the
proposed goal
of HEP grant of
providing
instruction to
no less than 170
migrant
students.
2. To graduate
119 students
with a GED
certificate
(70%).
1. Objective
will be met by
having 170
community
persons attend
GED classes.
2. Object will
be met when
119 students
earn a GED
certificate. 3.
Objective will
be met when
TEA awards a
grant to offer
ESL classes to
LEP students.
Standard
Standard
will be met
when
objectives
have been
completed.
3. To procure
an El Civics
Grant from
TEA to offer
ESL to LEP
populations.
26
11000-55262 Reading
RG
Facilities
and
Technolo
gy
Upgrade
for the
Reading
Lab
To provide
equitable lab
facilities to Rio
Grande students
by acquiring 27
computers and
the respective
related needs
such as, but not
limited to,
space
allocation,
furniture,
internet
capabilities and
Reading
Computer
programs.
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1. 140
students
attend GED
classes. 2.
100 obtain a
GED
certificate.
3. CEP has
received
TEA
funding in
the past.
Strategies
1.
Comprehensive
educational and
support services
and innovative
curriculum will
lead to good
attendance and
graduation
rates. 2. Good
grant writing
skills and an
established
record of
successful
programs will
increase CEP's
chances to get
an ESL grant
from TEA.
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1. 170 students
enrolled and
attended GED
classes
2. Over 140 students
earend a Spanish
GED
3. EL Civics grant
was not procured
Was not possible
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due to lack of space. alternatives.
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Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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11000-55262 Reading
RG
Material
and
Technolo
gy
Upgrade
for
Instructio
n
To enhance
instructional
media through a
variety of
materials,
including, but
not limited to,
technology
based programs.
Quantity of
materials
must sufice to
serve
enrollment
management
maximum of
twenty-seven
students.
Increase the
quantity of
materials
enough to
serve a class
maximum
with 100%
completion.
Class
maximum
of twentyseven
students.
Seek the
attainment of
stated goal
through
appropriate
requisition
guidelines.
Not accomplished
due to lack of space
and facilities
limitations. Labs
are under different
supervision.
28
11000-55426 Travel
Counselor
RG
New
Mexico
State
University
Develop
articulation to
allow students
to transfer to
NMSU as a
junior.
Receive a
written copy
of articulation
letter.
Currently do
not have a
written
articulation.
Currently do
not have a
written
articulation.
Finalize
articulation
with NMSU by
the end of 2007.
Dr. Janet Green and Allows a flawless
I have completed our tranfer for student
evaluation of our
degree plans. A
written agreement or
partnership will be
forthcoming.
Improvement
of fill rate
per the
Program
Review
reports.
2006/2007
RG fill rate
of 51% is
baseline.
Closely review
sections offered.
Articulati
on
258
11000-55212 Accountin
g RG
Increase
class fill
rate
The goal is to
improve the RG
Accounting
courses fill rate
in order to
better utilize the
college
resources.
Review
Program
review report
to see if
desired
increased fill
rate was
attained.
259
11000-55232 Business
Administr
ation RG
Improve
Class Fill
Rate of
RG
campus
The objective is
to meet
Program
Review class
fill rate criteria
of 80% of
sections are
75% full.
Compare fill 80% of
rate to
sections are
previous year. suppose to
be 75% full
according to
program
review
criteria.
Current year
fill rate of
75%
Closely monitor
sections
offered. This is
very
challenging due
to small number
of sections
offered.
260
11000-55217 Informati
on
Technolo
gy
Systems
Improve
class fill
rate of IT
sections
at RG
The goal is to
improve the RG
IT courses fill
rate to meet
Program
Review criteria
and to better
utilize college
facilities.
Increase in
Review
Program
fill rate of
review report RG campus.
results of fill
rate to see if
desired
increase in fill
rate was
attained.
2006/2007
fill rate of
54% is
baseline.
Closely monitor
sections offered.
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Instruction
Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
261
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-55248 Prof.
Office
Computer
Technolo
gy
262
11000-55267 Speech
RG
Plan
Name
Standard
Baseline
Review
Program
Review
reports to see
if desired
increase in fill
rate was
attained.
Increase in
the fill rate
of RG
sections of
PAA
courses.
2006/2007
Program
Review
Report fill
rate.
Closely monitor
sections offered.
The objective
is to improve
the fill rate of
sections
offered at Rio
Grande
Campus.
Increase fill
rate at Rio
Grande
Campus.
Current fill
line of 75%.
Closely monitor
sections offered
at Rio Grande
Campus.
Objective
Measure
Improvem
ent of
Class Fill
Rate of
PAA
sections
The goal is to
improve fill rate
of sections
offered.
Increase
Class Fill
Rate at
Rio
Grande
Campus
The objective is
to improve the
fill rate of
sections offered
at Rio Grande
Campus.
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Instruction
Associate Dean for Nursing
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
222
11000-13015 Dean of
Nursing
Office
To
increase
office
support.
Improve work
load and
communications
in the office.
Office will be 100%
covered more
often and will
have
increased
efficiency
One full
time office
clerk
Advertise and
select best
applicant
223
11000-52507 Faculty
Travel Nursing
Faculty
Travel
Continue to
support and
increase faculty
travel.
At least 5
faculty will
attend
professional
development
activities
limited
budget
Add additional
travel monies
224
11000-55005 Nursing
AAS
Increase
retention
Increase
retention by
10%
Numbers of
Increase
students will retention by
increase by 10: 10%
Increase
graduation
rates by 10%
Increase
retention efforts
by RETAIN,
Pass and RAP.
Use ERI for
remediation
225
11000-55005 Nursing
AAS
Nursing
Stipends
To ensure the
continuation of
ERI testing
All students
take ERI
testing
Same
Pass cost to the
student or
increase budget
226
11000-55005 Nursing
AAS
Nursing
Admissio
n
Under
development
An additional Increase
9 students
10%
will be added
to the
beginning
nursing class
60 currently
admitted,
would
increase to
70 students
Find budget
money form
institutional
funding
227
12278-S12278 Nursing
Clinic
Stipened
for FNP
Increase
stipened
Increase in
stipend to
$1500
Current
$12,000
Paid for how of
clinic funding
Objective
Measure
Standard
10% change
Same
12.5%
increase
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Instruction
Director, Library Technical Services
Plan
No.
110
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52144 Library
Technical
Service
Plan
Name
Improve
the
library
purchase
order
process
for the
departme
nt
Objective
Under
development
Measure
New process
will be
operational by
the beginning
of academic
year 2007-08
Standard
90% of
library
purchase
orders will
be
processed
using this
method
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Strategies
Cataloging
Technical
assistant will be
trained in using
Banner to input
the library
orders
new process
will be pilot
tested during
summer 2007
Assessment Results
Heavy work load did No
not permit time to
train the Cataloging
Technical Assistant
in the new process
of inputing library
orders using Banner.
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Instruction
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
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11000-55210 Accountin
g VV
Online
Teacher
Training
for all FT
Accountin
g faculty
Have
instructors
trained for
online classes to
increase
performance in
the classes
already using
online
technologies.
Have
certificates of
completion
turned in to
coordinator.
100% of
full-time
faculty
credentialed
and trained
in the online teacher
training.
Currently
none of the
full time
instructors
here at VV
have been
trained to
teach online courses
or hybrid
courses.
Instructors have
already agreed
that this would
be good training
for the
department.
Only Becky
Hancock has
completed the new
Blackboard training.
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11000-55235 Managem
ent &
Business
VV
Advisory
Committe
e
Improvem
ent - Add
members
and
involveme
nt
Add five new
members to the
advisory
committee and
increase
attendance to
60% during
meetings.
Business
Program will
be developed
with
community
input.
Develop a
stronger
Advsiory
Committee
with at least 5
new
members.
Meetings to
be held twice
a year with
60% member
attendance.
Advisory
meetings
should be
held at least
once a year
with 50%
member
attendance.
Currently
there are no
meetings
scheduled
for 20072008. New
members
have not
been
recruited.
Recruit
members within
the community.
Make phone
calls and visit
major
companies.
The Business and
Accounting
Advisory
committees were
combined which
added 12 new
members to the
business advisory
committee.
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11000-55375 Child
Developm
ent VV
Teacher
To establish a
Preparatio Teacher
n--AAT
Preparation
Center that will
provide the
following
services fo the
program: 1)
establishment
of a program
wide student
learning
assessment
Center is
funded and
established.
100%
0%
Get Teacher
Program
Manager
position
funded. This
position would
have primary
responsibility
for carrying out
duties outlined
in objectives.
Remodel A1127
which is
Teacher Preparation
Center was
forwarded to Dean
Farias who
presented it to
Leadership Team.
Due to limited
funding, the center
has not been
funded. This project
is still in progress
pending funding.
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The stronger and
bigger Advisory
committee will help
the business
department grow in
the right direction.
Expected Completion Date
9 /30/2010
Met
In Progress
9 /1 /2010
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system that will
track data
collected and
use it to
improve
program; 2)
provide one
stop service to
program
students for
academic
advising,
scholarship
application
training,
development of
student lab
materials; 3)
serve as
community
contact office
for lab
placement of
students and
monitoring of
student
placements.
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11000-55375 Child
Developm
ent VV
Teacher
Provide
Preparatio cutomized
n - AAT textbooks for
TECA 1354,
TECA 1303,
TECA 1318,
TECA 1311
and training for
faculty and
students to use
technology
associated with
customization
of textbooks.
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currently used
as Child
Development
lab.
100%
Textbooks
ordered will
be customized
for Fall 07-08
academic year.
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0%
Contract with
Prentice Hall to
provide Super
Teacher
Preparation
Web Site that
all TECA
classes will use
as part of
customization
of textbooks.
Provide training
through
Prentice Hall
for district
faculty teaching
This project is
complete. All
textbooks for TECA
1354, TECA 1303,
TECA 1318, TECA
1311 have been
customized
including EDUC
3101 and EDUC
2301. Therefore, all
textbooks for the
AAT have been
customized.
These results will be
used to verify
continuity of
delivery of the
courses district wide.
Met
8 /14/2008
Extensive training
was also done
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33
11000-55380 Criminal
Justice
VV
criminal
justice
Higher enough
full time
instructors to
fill the day time
academic
classes now
being requested
by most of our
students. This
would allow us
to offer more
sections of
these courses so
the students
could enroll in
the class they
need and not
have to wait or
ask for a waiver.
compare
number of
seated
students from
year 06-07 to
07-08
34
11000-55215 Informati
on
Technolo
gy
Systems
VV
Upgrade
Classroo
m
Curriculu
m to
Office
2007
Remain current
with industry
and technology.
Installation of Completion
software in all
ITSC
classrooms.
Maintain
our 20%
increase
from last
year.
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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TECA courses.
district wide during
Faculty
Development week
for four semesters to
train all faculty (FT
and PT) to use the
technology
associated with
customization of
textbooks.
06
registered
seated
students 235
Provide for
enough full
time staff so we
can increase
the number of
sections
available in the
transfer and
academic
courses during
the day to allow
the students to
register in the
classes without
averages so the
students can
complete their
degree
programs
without asking
for a waiver.
We hired one full
Enrollment will
time tenure track
continue to increase.
faculty and achieved
a 17.2 present
increase enrollment
from last year.
Current
have Office
2003
Coordinate with
IT committee to
ensure monies
are available to
proceed for the
Fall 2007
semester.
All classrooms and
ACS labs have been
upgraded to
Microsoft Office
2007.
Objective's Status
In Progress
Expected Completion Date
5 /10/2009
Met
Schedule
training
sessions for
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faculty of new
tools, and
interface.
Review new
textbooks in
coordination
with upgrade.
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11000-55215 Informati
on
Technolo
gy
Systems
VV
Upgrade Remain current
Operating with industry
Systems and technology.
classes
with
Microsoft
Windows
Vista
platform
Installation of Completion
software in
classes where
operating
system
technology is
taught.
Currently
have
Windows
XP
Professional
Coordinate with
IT committee to
ensure monies
are available to
proceed for the
Fall 2007
semester.
Schedule
training
sessions for
faculty of new
tools, and
interface.
The College made
the decision to stay
with the Microsoft
Windows XP
platform due to
issues with Vista
and various software
programs. The most
likely event is that
we will migrate to
the newest operating
system, Windows 7
in the future.
Not Met
Review new
textbooks in
coordination
with upgrade.
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11000-55215 Informati
on
Technolo
gy
Systems
VV
Implemen
t
Geographi
cal
Informati
on
Systems
(GIS)
Implement the
GIS technology
into our degree
programs
Modification/c Completion
reation of
certificate for
GIS courses
Currently do
not have
this type of
technology
in our
degree
programs
Modify/create A Certificate of
courses to use
Completion was
in degree plans. created for
Geographic
Create/modify Information Systems.
certificate
program to
incorporate new
course(s)
Met
Install software
in classrooms
Train faculty
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11000-55421 Legal
Assistant
VV
Paralegal
Program
Certificati
on
Work towards
certification of
Paralegal
program.
Obtain
American Bar
Association
program
certification
within the
next three
years.
Compiling
information
for
application
for program
certification
by end of
fiscal year.
N/A
1. Work with
We are continuing
Dean on the
the process.
application.
2.Compile data
need for the
application for
program
certification
3.Work with
Registrar's
office
compiling
student
information.
4.Review
courses and
insure that they
are within the
certification
guidelines.
Students will be able
to graduate from
certified program.
In Progress
38
11000-55421 Legal
Assistant
VV
Student
Enrollmen
t & Class
Developm
ent
Increase student
enrollment.
Develop
computer
assisted Legal
Research class.
Enrollment
will show an
increase.
Legal research
class will be
in place.
50% student
enrollment
per class
will increase
by 5.
Currently,
the classes
average 12
to 15 per
class. Legal
Research
class will be
offered in
the next
school year.
Various
marketing
strategies are
being
employed, i.e.
flyers, adds,
calendars, T.V.
commercials
and recruitment
at the various
high schools
will be used to
try and increase
student. The
computer
assisted legal
research class is
in the process
of being
developed.
Working on student
enrollment.
Computer assisted
Legal Research class
was developed.
Class will broaden
skills of Paralegal
students.
Recruitment
ongoing-class
developed and
offered.
In Progress
39
11000-55424 Sign
Language
Faculty
Increase
To recruit and
hire a second
Total full time Increase of
faculty
classes
Current full
time is 1
Advertise and
recruit new
Adriana Garcia was
successfully
We will assign
classes to keep the
Met
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Objective
full time
tenured faculty
position for the
SLNG program
by Spring 2008.
Measure
Standard
Baseline
members at
taught by
2.0 FT end of full time
Spring, 2008. faculty will
increase
from 5
sections to 9
sections; or
25%
increase.
Strategies
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faculty using
the new EPCC
on line system.
Develop an
email campaign
to reduce
advertising
costs.
Advertise with
interpreter
related journals
ie. CIT and RID
Views.
recruited,
interviewed and
offered
employment. Our
ratio of FT
Equivalency to 2.0
teaching has
increased.
Use of Results
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FT Equivalency
ratio in line with the
program review
performance
standard.
This did occur red
after the Spring
2008 timeframe ie.
Summer 2008.
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11000-55424 Sign
Language
Pilot
Project
with
Sony
Virtuoso/
EPCC
Lang Lab
& SLNG
2302
Interpretin
g II
To collaborate
with the
Language Lab
and installation
of the Sony
Language Lab
to transfer
assignments
from VHS
technology to
digital
assignments by
end of Fall
2007 semester.
Students
utilize Sony
Virtuoso
Instructional
Control
Software to
enhance
instructional
performance
for SLGN
2302
Interpreting II
course.
50% of
class
assignments
will be
submitted
on MPEG4
files.
50% of
class
materials
will be
available on
MPEG4
files.
No courses
are currently
offered
using the
Sony
Virtuoso
American
Sign
Language
Learning
System
Media Lab
Assistant will
be shared with
project to assist
with technology
issues.
Faculty will
receive training
during the Sony
Lab installation
and from
Language Lab
staff on
utilizing sytems.
Students will
receive initial
training during
the Fall 2007
semester on the
equipment.
Assignments
will be
modified for the
new
technologies.
We are in the
process of both of
the Spring
Interpreting I classes
completing all of
their expressive
assignments on the
Sony Lab
equipment. There is
a problem with the
audio and we are
still missing the
"server" to digitize
assignments.
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11000-55417 Social
Work
AREA
EFFECTI
VENESS
PLAN
INCREASE
STUDENT
RETENTION
AND
MEASURE:
Number of
Social Work
students
STANDAR
D: Increase
the number
of students
BASELINE:
Number of
Social Work
students
Implement
student
mentoring
system, i.e.,
Both plan objectives The Social Work
were met.
Program will
continue to expand
its efforts to increase
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results to make a
request for IT to
repair the equipment
if still under
warranty; and to
continue to propose
the need for the
servier to the IT
equipment
committee..
In Progress
5 /15/2009
Met
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Budget
Acct No.
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Name
Objective
GRADUATION
RATE FOR
THE SOCIAL
WORK
PROGRAM
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11000-13004 Dean
Education
&
Occupatio
nal
Programs
VV
Career
Clusters
To explore
Achive Texas
Career
Clustering
options,
management
effects and
implementation
requirements.
Measure
Standard
Baseline
graduating.
graduating
from Social
Work
Program by
5%.
who
graduated
from EPCC
in 2005-06.
MEASURE:
Number of
Social Work
majors at
EPCC.
Provide
coordinators
with Achive
Texas Career
clustering
literature and
information.
Nominate
faculty and
appropriate
business/indus
try
representatives
to participate
in state career
clustering
workshops.
Meet with
participants
on worksop
out comes.
Objectives
will not be
met if faculty/
STANDAR
D: Increase
the number
of Social
Work
majors at
EPCC by
5%.
50% of
targeted
clustering
programs
reviewed.
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BASELINE:
Number of
Social Work
majors at
EPCC in
2005-06.
NA
Strategies
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assign full-time
faculty mentor
to all students
in the Social
Work Program
at EPCC.
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
student retention
rate and graduation
rate.
Acively recruit
high school
students in their
junior and
senior years of
high school and
employees of
social service
agencies
without college
degrees.
1. Identify
faculty willing
to participate
2. Identify
business and
industry willing
to participate
3. Provide a
briefing on
Career
Clustering to
willing
participants
4. Send
nominations to
the state
5. Review
workshop
outcomes with
selected
participants
6. Review state
composite
outcomes
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business
representatives
are not
selected and
state
information
on clustering
is not
identified.
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11000-13011 VV
Faculty
Travel
Faculty
Travel
221
11000-13004 Dean
Education
&
Occupatio
nal
Programs
VV
To
increase
external
partnershi
ps with
the
division's
discipline
228
11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Student
Success
Identify state
national
conferences that
are appropriate
for Community
College
business
programs and
send
representative
faculty to
identify trends
and curriculum
changes. As
well as
partnerships.
The discipline
will tract and
maintain
information and
a point of
contact with
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7. Meet with
coordinators
and develpe a
plan for
implementation
Number of
faculty
attending the
conferences.
50%
NA
1. Meet with
appropriate
faculty to
identify
conferences and
training
opportunities
for Business.
2. Set asside
appropriate
travel funds for
travel and fees.
3. Faculty will
compile
information
received and
report to the
dean.
Increased the
number of
partnerships
with high
schools.
Unknown
Current
number 0
Use College
Career
transition model
as a career
pathway guide
starting with the
Burges High
School Teacher
prep program.
Tract and
complete
necessary
report such as
the CB116
maintain or
exceed the
90%< 50%
for student
success.
90%<50%
Establish a data
base within the
discipline.
Follow-up
during the
semester prior
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student that
have graduated
or completed
the certificate
program. A data
base will be
established to
accomplish the
necessary
information for
future report.
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to graduation or
completion
Maintain
current
information
Complete or
follow-up with
current CB116
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11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Class Fill
Rate
The discipline
will continue to
monitor and
make
enrollment
changes as
needed to
maintain and
increase class
fill rates.
Increase in
enrollment
management
and sections
taught.
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11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Student
Licensure/
Completio
n
The Fire
Technology
Academy will
continue to
maintain a
higher
percentage of
licensure
success at the
Texas
90%
Commission Granting of
certification
on Fire
Proctection(T
CFP) and
International
Fire Service
Accreditation
Congress(IFS
80%<50%
of courses
for the
semester.
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80%<50%
Monitor
enrollment
trends
Adjust and
change sections
as needed.
Recruit,
advertise and
advise in
upcoming
semester with
professional
firefighter to
reenter college
Align with dual
credit, techprep and
articulated
courses with the
high schools.
Utilize career
days.
Firefighter I
and II TCFP
and/or
IFSAC
Discipline will
continue to
maintain at
least 90%
licensure pass
rate.
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Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Standard
Measure
State level.
AC) licensure
met
Discipline to
actively
promote and
retain an
exemplary
program of
training
students as
prospective area
firefighters.
An increase of
enrollment in
the fire
dicipline
Increase in
enrollment
trends in
specialized
population (
active duty
career and
volunteer
firefighters)
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11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Program
Enrollmen
t Trends
and
Curriculu
m
232
11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Partnershi Establish a
Fact finding
p
partnership/colla in suitability
Collaborat boration with
of an
Baseline
Strategies
Current
curriculum
(TCFP) for
licensure
Semester
trends and
discipline
outcomes.
Advertise for
new student
population.
Update
discipline
brochures
Attend career
days at the high
schools and
middle school.
Attend and
promote
separation
career days
from the military
Update and
advise through
the website for
new students.
Approach the
area fire
departments
and recruit.
Advise
prospective
student
population.
Maintain and
educate faculty
in current
trends of the
curriculum.
Stay current
with new
technology
within the
discipline
na
na
Initial meetings
in fact finding
needs of area
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Plan
Name
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ion
Emergency
Service District
1 and 2 in
facility
establishment(pr
oposal)in area
establishment
of future
discipline
training site.
area/satellite
station in
conjunction
with training
area facilities
in future
location of the
discipline and
training to
share cost of
construction
and
cohabitation
to better serve
the
community.
The discipline
will track and
maintain a data
base of previous
graduates to
follow up on
student succes
for three years.
Student
graduation
and
completion
leading to a
career/job or
entery into
institution of
higher
education
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Technolo
gy
Student
Success
234
11000-55387 Fire
Technolo
gy
Submit self
IFSAC
Discipline will
study to the
Accreditat submit and
IFSAC.
ion
participate in a
self study for
accreditation
through
International
Fire Service
Accreditation
Congress(IFSAC
) fiscal year
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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Expected Completion Date
response and
satellite/location
of proposed
station to
cohabit a
training
facilities and
share common
expense.
Cost anlysis and
feasibility
studies.
Completion Firefighter
and
career or
successful
occupation
entry into an
occupation
Establish a
discipline data
base.
Forward fact
finding to
institutional
research/efective
ness
Sumit forward
any CB116 to
institutional
research.
Tract for three
years after
completion
Accreditatio
n
Submit the self
study to the
division
Get Institutional
approval
Submit the final
self study to the
accreditation
review team
Plan for a site
visit
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through the
governing
body
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2008.
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11000-55435 Education
VV
Education The department
will hire a new
Plan
faculty for
EDUC 1300.
The objective 100%
is met when a
full time
faculty is
hired for
EDUC 1300.
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one full
time EDUC
1300 faculty
at present at
VV. This
would be
50% of
current
status.
1. Advertise
position. 2.
Review
applicants and
interview
candidates. 3.
Hire new
faculty.
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ESL, Reading and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
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11000-55310 Anthropol
ogy VV
Increase class
Increase
Enrollmen fill rate.
t
Increase
enrollment by
scheduling
sections are
favorable days
and times.
The
development
of an on-line
section of an
ANTH 2351.
And request
use of
classrooms
with small
capacity size
to
accommodate
lab work for
our physical
anthropology
course and
cultural
geography
course.
The
adoption of
a simliar
schedule for
fall and
spring.
Addition of
one on-line
section for
the fall 2007
semester.
Move
current
sections to
rooms with
tables
and/or
computers
and with
smaller
capacity
size.
Coordinated by
Tom Myers.
Coordinate
ANTH 2351 online section
with Bob Jones
and Kristi
Arford.
Coordinate with
Maria Elena
Reyes for
scheduling
room at the
Valle Verde
Campus.
I did adopt a
schedule that
duplicated similar
structure for both
fall and spring
semesters. When
possible, rooms that
included smaller
class size and tables
were selected for
anthropology
sections. Finally,
adjunct instructor
Kristi Arford
developed two
online courses for
us, one in
Social/Cultural
Anthropology and
the other in Cultural
Geography.
The online Anth
2351 (social and
cultural
anthropology) was
offered for the first
time Fall 2007. The
online Geog 1302
(cultural geography)
was offered for the
first time Spring
2008. Currently,
both classes are
offered online in
both fall and spring
semesters. Anth
2351 will be offered
in online format this
upcoming summer
2009 session.
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11000-55300 Sociology
VV
The use
of media
resouces
to
develop
and
retain a
quality
workforce
Provide current
and varied
media resources
for use by
adjunct faculty.
The purchase
and/or use of
new electronic
resources.
An addition
of five new
resources to
catalog in
media
center
and/or
library.
Coordinate with
Sociology
Faculty campus
wide in review,
selection, and
purchase of
resources.
Projected cost
$300 per year.
Three DVDs (The
Business of Death;
Wage Slaves; Big
Bucks, Big Pharma)
and two e-books
(Innovative
Techniques for
Teaching
Introductory
Sociology;
Introductory
Sociology Resource
Manual) were
purchased this past
year.
The DVDs are
catalogued in the
Valle Verde media
center. The two ebooks were
distributed via email
to adjunct faculty.
Met
95
11000-55300 Sociology
VV
Purchase
of syllabi
Provide
professional
The purchase The
of syllabi sets purchase of
Both printed
resources are housed
Met
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Sociology
instructional
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VV
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
resources for
sets to
adjunct faculty.
develop
and
retain a
quality
workforce
available
through the
American
Sociological
Association.
two syllabi
sets one for
introduction
of Sociology
and the
second for
Families,
teaching
about: A
collection of
essays,
syllabi,
projects,
and
assignments,
website,
and
bibliographi
es.
faculty campus
wide in
distribution and
use of the
syllabi sets.
Projected cost
$120 per year.
resources from the
in a faculty reserve
American
list at the Valle
Sociological
Verde Library.
Association were
purchased. These
are 1) Teaching
Sociological
Concepts and the
Sociology of
Gender. 2)
Families, Teaching
About: A Collection
of Essays, Syllabi,
Projects.
The
purchase
of
teaching
technique
s to
develop
& retain
a quality
workforce
The purchase
of teaching
techniques
available
through the
American
Sociological
Associate.
The
purchase of
teaching
techniques
for 1#
discussion
in the
college
classroom;
2
innovative
techniques
for teaching
Sociological
concepts, 3
voices from
the
classrooms:
interviews
with 36
Sociologists
about
teaching.
Coordinate with
Sociology
Faculty campus
wide in
distribution and
use of the
syllabi sets.
Projected cost
$120 per year.
Subscriptions to
professional journals
Teaching Sociology
and Contexts were
used instead of
resource items listed
originally.
Provide
professional
resources for
adjuncted
faculty.
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Selections of earticles from each
publication are made
available to adjunct
faculty by way of
campus mail/email.
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Name
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Increase
alternative for
course selection
by students.
The
development
of on-line
section SOCI
1306, Social
Problems.
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Addition of
one on-line
section for
the fall 2007
semester.
Coordinate with
Derrick Starr,
adjunct faculty,
and Barry
Sample from
Curriculum
Office.
Sociology 1306,
Social Problems, in
Blackboard platform
was developed by
adjunct instructor
Derrick Starr
The course was
included and section
filled in the Fall
2007 and Fall 2008
semesters. The
course is currently
scheduled in the Fall
2009 schedule.
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11000-55300 Sociology
VV
The
developm
ent of online
SOCI
1306
98
11000-55300 Sociology
VV
Publicatio Marketing tool.
n of a
Discipline
Brochure
The
publication of
a brochure
description
Sociology
Department at
EPCC.
Printing and
distribution
of brochure
at
enrollment
fairs.
Coordinate with This brochure was
Stacy Mayo
completed by Stacy
who has
Mayo.
volunteered to
put the
brochure
together.
The pamphlet will
be taken to the
printer in January,
2009 and plans are
to distribute copies
at enrollment fairs in
the community
during the spring 09
semester.
Met
99
11000-55300 Sociology
VV
Sociology Marketing tool.
Website
The use of the
a website
description
Sociology
department at
EPCC
Linking the
current
discipline
website to
the new
epcc
website.
Coordinate with A sociology
A. J. Navarro
department web site
the web master has been created.
in providing the
link.
The links for the
sociology
department web site
are located in faculty
web pages for Ed
Chambless and
Stacy Mayo. We are
currently
experimenting with
a link to a sociology
group in Facebook.
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11000-55277 ESAL
Speech
VV
Increase
Sections
Taught
by FTF
The objective
will be met
once a fulltime ESAL
instructor is
hired at the
Transmountain
Campus.
The desired
outcome is
to hire at
least 1 more
full-time
ESAL
instructor.
The ESAL
Request denied
Discipline will
continue to
request a fulltime ESAL
position at the
Transmountain
Campus. While
the request has
been made for
the past three
years, none has
been funded so
far.
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Request denied
The objective of
this plan is to
increase the
number of fulltime faculty in
the district-wide
ESAL
discipline,
specifically at
the
Transmountain
Campus which
currently has no
full-time ESAL
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
According
to the 20062007
Program
Review
Report only
27% of
ESAL
classes are
currently
being taught
by full-time
faculty,
which
Expected Completion Date
Not Met
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instructor.
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11000-55277 ESAL
Speech
VV
Improving
ESAL
Class Fill
Rate/Enro
llment
Trends
The objective of
this plan is to
increase
enrollment, and
thus, improve
class fill rate in
the district-wide
ESAL
Discipline.
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
includes
classes
taught by
ESOL
faculty as
well.
The objective
will be met by
increasing
enrollment in
the ESAL
0301 and
0302 classes
(beginning
levels) to
increase
overall class
fill rate in the
ESAL
Discipline.
The desired
outcome is
to increase
district-wide
ESAL
enrollment
by 6% to
meet the
class fill rate
standard of
50-80%
established
by the
Program
Review
Committee,
and thus,
raise the
discipline's
seat count
district-wide.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
According
to the 200607 Program
Review
Report,
ESAL
enrollment
has
decreased 14.3%
district-wide
in the past
three years,
and the
class fill rate
is 41.2%
district-wide
for the same
period.
The ESAL
Discipline will:
In Progress
Assist in the
recruitment of
students at
every campus.
Serve on the
ESL
Recruitment &
Marketing Task
Force
Provide
guidance to
CELSA tutoring
staff to increase
enrollment in
the lower levels
(ESAL 0301
and 0302)
Have 100%
FT Instructor
participation in
the Achieving
the Dream ESL
Council
Develop a
Leaver's Survey
and call 75% of
the ESL
students who
have left the
program to
determine their
reason for
leaving.
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Expected Completion Date
102
11000-55295 Governme
nt - VV
New FT
Tenure
Track
Faculty
need
Hire new
faculty to
decrease PT to
FT ratios and
alleviate
overloading of
existing PT
faculty and
hiring of last
minute
lecturership.
Addition of new
faculty in this
department will
continue to
allow the
college to
increase
enrollments
through the
dual credit and
on-line classes
and maintain
standards in
traditional in
classes.
Hire one to
two new
faculty which
will decrease
the FT to PT
ratios. Hiring
new FT
faculty will
also alleviate
the shortage
of PT faculty
and prevent
overloading of
the PT faculty
scheduled. It
will also
prevent
having to hire
lecturerships
at the last
minute for
lack of on
staff PT
faculty and
lack of
potential PT
faculty in the
committee.
6 FT faculty
would
decrease the
FT to PT
ratios from
least than
30% fulltime to
closer than
50% FT fill
rate. As
dual credit
and on-line
courses
continue to
increase, the
precentage
will again
fall well
below the
50% margin.
We
currently
have 4 FT
staff at VV,
with almost
100 classes
to fill at this
campus
alone.
Increase in
on-line and
dual credit
class have
over loaded
existing
faculty
without
rapid
increases in
the
application
poll of
prospective
PT faculty.
Allocate new
One tenure track
college money position filled.
to fund one to
two new faculty
positions.
One person hired on
to serve as full-time
tenure track.
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103
11000-55290 History
VV
Enhancin
g VV
HIST
Discipline
Area
More space for
VV History
Discipline area
to utilize.
New FT
Faculty needs
an office by
herself in the
VV A2100
area.
At least
have FT
faculty
member in
office by
herself.
Faculty has
to share
office space.
Look for office
alternatives.
Full-time Faculty
has own office.
Met
1 /16/2007
104
11000-55290 History
VV
Enhancin
g the VV
HIST
Discipline
area
More space for
VV History
discipline area
to ultilize.
Cabinets, etc.,
are removed
from A2100
Faculty Office
area.
Make more
space for
VV History
Discipline
area to
ultilize.
Office area
cluttered
with too
many filing
cabinets.
Find other
places {e.g.,
warehouse} to
store the
cabinet.
105
11000-55280 Psycholog
y VV
VV
PSYC
Enhance faculty
effectiveness in
New full-time 2 additional
(tenure track) full-time
4 full-time
PSYC
Obtain approval One tenure track
to place an
position filed.
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Full-time Faculty
can use own office.
In Progress
One person hired on
Tenure Track
Met
8 /18/2008
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y VV
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
AEP, SY
20072008
order to
maximize
student success.
PSYC faculty (tenure
at VV by the track)
start of 2007- PSYC
08 school year. faculty at
VV
faculty at
VV
advertisement
and begin
application and
interview
processes, then
sure funding to
make an offer to
qualified and
desirable
applicants.
VV
PSYC
AEP, SY
20072008
Enhance faculty
effectiveness in
order to
maximize
student success.
Need will be
clarified; if
need is
present,
resources will
be identified.
Currently,
there are no
PSYCspecific
tutors (there
appears to
be need for
a tutor for
Research
Design and
Statistics
specifically,
but students
claim to
have turned
away from
the Tutoring
Labs when
they identify
the course
for which
they are
seeking
help)
Discuss among No progress as of
faculty the
this date.
student need for
a PSYCspecific tutor,
solicit input for
who tutor
should be
(faculty donated
time, work
study, part-time
position, etc.)
and how
tutoring would
be offered.
If need is
determined,
establish a
plan for
implementin
g a PSYC
tutoring
program.
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Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
45
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
graduate n/a
satisfactio
n
n/a
n/a
n/a
students
objective met;
evaluations are continue for 08-09
consistently
and 2009 -2010
high. EPCC
offering job
availability to
graduates
because very
few advertised
in local
newspaper.
Ccontinue to
link graduates
with
employment for
more graduate
satisfaction.
Graduates who
locate jobs
through practice
experience are
very satisfied.
46
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
class fill
rare
increased
program
pomotion
through EPCC
and local
agencies to take
place this fall
07. medicare
reimbursement
of CHA
n/a
n/a
n/a
same as the
objective
objective not met, to continue to increase
continue for 08-09
program pomotion
and 09-2010.
by at least 80%
continue to increase
program promotion
through EPCC and
local agencies by at
least 80%
Not Met
47
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
number
of
graduates
program
promotion to
increase
numbers of
graduates
n/a
n/a
n/a
same as the
objective
objective not met;
continue program
promotion to
increase numbers of
graduates, 10
graduates over 3
years
to increase
enrollment by
adjusting schedules
and marketing
Not Met
48
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
advisory bi-annual
committee evaluations and
n/a
n/a
n/a
same as the
objective
bi-annual
evaluations surveys
continue bi-annual
meetings and keep
Met
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maintained positive
graduate
satisfactiion; 80%;
increased programs,
marketing
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No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
surveys show a
high level of
acceptance and
satisfaction
with the CHA
program,
continue biannual meetings
and keep local
agencies
involved and
informed of
national CHA
trends.
Assessment Results
Objective's Status
show a high level of
acceptance and
satisfaction with
CHA
local agencies
involved and
informaed of
national CHA trends
objective partically
met.
practicum site
evaluation forms
every semester
indicate a high level
of benefit form CHA
utilization
Not Met
enrollment to
increase as the CHA
workforce deveops
within the
community and
through EPCC
participation in
research and
development and to
increase by 50%
Not Met
49
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
communit practicum site
y benefits evaluation
forms every
semester
indicate a high
level of benefit
form CHA
utilization.
Continue to
monitor
community
benefit and
gather data
from surveys.
n/a
n/a
n/a
same as the
objective
50
11000-55150 Communi
ty Health
Advocacy
/Promotor
e
enrollmen enrollment to
t trends
increase as the
CHA workforce
develops within
the community
and through
EPCC's
participation in
research and
development
with NIH and
the local
university on
the CHA
n/a
n/a
n/a
increased
not met, continuing.
awareness and
education of
local health
department,
hospitals and
health agencies
to continue.
Increaed
promotion and
cost benefit
information to
local agencies
and leaders to
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Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
workforce.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
take place fall
of 2007
51
11000-55130 Diagnosti
c
Medical
Sonograp
hy
increase
lab space
DMSO program n/a
has out grown
the labspace.
The students are
already split
into multiple
lab days and
have to wait to
scan patients.
The out patients
waiting list is
over 2 months
and turning
patients away.
Increasing the
lab space from
987 sq.ft. to
approx. 2828
sq.ft. will allow
at least 3 more
scanning
stations
increasings
students hands
on practice and
still providing
an excellent
community
service
52
11000-55130 Diagnosti
c
Medical
Sonograp
hy
part-time
assistant
person needed
to assist in the
dmso lab with
filing student
records, grading
exams,
computing
clinical hours,
assisting
patients,
compiling
hire a person
by fall 2007
n/a
n/a
to move the
No action taken
diagnostic
medical
sonography lab
to another area
in the Health
building at
1001 El Paso St.
resubmitted for
2009-2010
Not Met
n/a
n/a
hire a person for No Action Taken
fall 2007 annual
costs per
position = nine
dollars an hour
times 19 hours
a week times 52
weeks= a total
cost of
$9,000.00
Resubmitted for
2009-2010
Not Met
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Baseline
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Assessment Results
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Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
progam data for
distribution,
answering
incoming calls,
helping
program
coordinator
maintain an
easy flow lab
environment,
assisting
students with
maintenance of
their paper trail,
helping
maintain post
graduate survey
records and all
other things that
may be required
to assist the
students,
coordinator or
DMSO faculty
53
11000-55130 Diagnosti
c
Medical
Sonograp
hy
modular
desks
workstatio
ns in the
lab
the DMSO LAB
IS IN
DESPERATE
NEED TO
REPLACE THE
OLD BROKEN
DESKS WITH
MODULAR
WORKSTATIO
NS, THE OLD
DESKS ARE
USED AS
STUDENT
EVALUATION
DESKS WORK
AREAS AND A
RECEPTION
WORK AREA
replace old
desk with
modular
workstations
by fall 2007
n/a
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
n/a
contact Brown
interior
solutions for
modular office
furniture and a
floor plan that
will fit in the
area in the
DMSO lab.
No Action Taken
Resubmitted for
2009-2010
Not Met
COST is
3400.00
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No.
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Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
54
21096-21096 HCOP
carl
perkins
equipmen
t
to acquire funds
from carl
perkins to assist
in purchasing
equipment used
for instructional
purposes in
health
occupations
programs.
if the money
awarded is
spent within
the fiscal year
allocated to
assist
instruction.
the basic
standard is
complete
usage of
money
awarded to
health
occupations
programs to
assist in
achieving
graduation
for all
enrollees.
55
21096-21096 HCOP
PDNHF
health
literacy
promote health
literacy in
schools,
libraries and
community; be
a technical
grant oversight
for all grantees,
provide health
literacy
conferences for
healthcare
providers and
community lay
people create
and design an
advertising plan
for this
initiative.
promotion of
health literacy
in schools,
and
community;
be a technical
grant
oversight for
all grantees,
provide health
literacy
conferences
for healthcare
providers and
community
lay people,
create and
design an
advertising
plan for this
initiative.
reach a
minimum of
10,000 ms
students
throughout
the three
districts 3
basic
conferences
for health
care
providers 3
basic
conferences
for lay
people per
year.
56
21096-21096 HCOP
HCOP
RECRUITMEN
T, FACILITIES
ENTRY,
RECRUITME recruitment: n/a
NT
increase of
INCREASE 100 students
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
proportionall
y health
occupations
division
requires
more money
per
equipment
allocation
than other
divisions;
this is due
to the
clinical
requirements
of the
health
performance.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
keep on
requesting more
money to
support these
health
occupations
obtained limited
funds for selective
programs; to acquire
funds from Carl
Perkins to assist in
purchasing
equipment used for
instructional
purposes in career
programs.
keep on requesting
more money to
support these health
career programs
increase health
awareness and
literacy
grant continued
positive evaluator
working on
bublications and
presentation to
dissemenate results
increase health
awareness and
literacy
keep up with
these strategies
and their
grant not funded
thru HRSA;
continue the work
keep up with these
strategies and their
methodology to
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Expected Completion Date
Not Met
Met
Not Met
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No.
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Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
COUNSELING
,
MENTORING,
AND
SUPPORT
SERVICES
PRELIMINARY
AND
EDUCATION
AND HEALTH
RESEARCH
TRAINING,
FINANCIAL
AID
DISSEMINATI
ON, PRIMARY
CARE
ACTIVITIES,
AND
DEVELOPMEN
T OF A MORE
COMPETIVE
APPLICANT
POOL
THE
NUMBER OF
PERSONS
ENTERING
HEALTH
CAREER
PROFESSION
S FROM 50
TO AT
LEAST 100 A
YEAR. FOR
MIDDLE
SCHOOL
AND HIGH
SCHOOL
STUDENTS.
Facilitation:
11 out of 50
students
enroll into
epcc health
careers
programs
counseling:
35 out of 50
hcop students
should
maintain a
grade of 70 or
better to
complete their
required AA
degree
preliminary
education:50
out of 50
students
should
complete a
summer
institute for
both MS and
HS cohorts.
Financial aid
Standard
facilitating
entry: 11/50
counseling:
70% will
pass
preliminary
education;
increase in
education
training
between pre
and post
testing by
20%
financial aid
info: 100%
exposure to
hcop
activities in
healthcare.
Developmen
t of a more
competitive
pool: 11/50
will
compete for
entrance
into health
programs at
EPCC
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methodology to on positive funing
inrease
thru legislatiure
recruitment and
retention in
health care
professions.
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increase recruitment
and retention in
health care
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a minimum
of a passing
grade in the
courses
tutored.
increase in
20% in
scoring due
to tutoring.
keep receiving
this funding to
assist students
increase their
academic
performance.
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dissemination:
all students
should receive
a packet about
financial aid
information
primary care
57
21096-21096 HCOP
special
populatio
ns-retainrg
this plan is for
the tutoring and
mentoring of
the health
occupations
students in
mainly three
programs:
dental hygiene,
physical therapy
assisting, and
diagnostic
medical
sonography
meeting on a
weekly basis
for a
minimum of
two hours to
receive
tutoring
58
11000-52125 Library
RG
library
books
and
materials
update library
collection with
newer
materials.
Replace out of
date
encyclopedias
where needed.
Purchase new
books, dvds and
videos in
needed subject
areas to support
curriculum
purchase at
number of
least 2000
titles
new items for
library
collection in
the science,
health related
items.
Technology
and social
sciences
fields.
Discard out of
date items in
these areas.
75% of the
current
library
collection in
the areas of
science,
health
related
items
technology
and social
scienes
(10.155)
were
published
prior to
2000.
purchase at
assessment 07-08;
least 2000 new not funded
items for library
collection in the
science, health
related items,
technology and
social sciences
fields.
continue to 08-09
and 09-2010
Not Met
59
11000-52125 Library
RG
increase
increase
monie for periodical
periodical budget
s
increased
funding in
periodicals
subscription
budget was
$24,000 for
periodicals
in 2005-06.
increase
not funded
funding to meet
inflation
continute to 08-09
and 09-2010
Not Met
9-11%
increase
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funded thru CP for outcomes converted
07-08 with positive to institutional funds
outcomes converted for 2008-2009
to institutional funds
for 08-09
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2006-07
cost for the
same
number of
periodicals
is $26,000.
60
11000-52125 Library
RG
part-time
library
clerk
hire 2 part-time
classified staff
to work at
service point in
computer area.
have 2 parttime
employees
employees
working at
the
computer
hub area to
provide
approximatel
y 36 hours
of student
service
currently
have no
employees
in this area
hire 2 part-time not funded
employees to
work in library
computer area.
continue to 08-09
and 09-2010
61
27011-73219 Lions for
Vision
Lions for
Vision
maintenan
ce
To boost the
LFV account so
that present
vendors may get
paid when
invoices are
received.
Present budget
criteria and
process requires
that all planned
expenses for the
year be
budgeted prior
to the start of
the year. The
infusion of
funds will
enable the
OPTS program
to provide
sufficient
frames, lenses
and supplies to
actively
maintain
by enabling
the OPTS
LFV budget
to pay all
invoices
presented
through the
given year.
all bills paid
without
having to
resort to
fund
transfers
current
condition of
holding
invoices for
months
unacceptable
in the
business
world.
Provide
met
$10,000.00 to
enable the LFV
account to run
in the black and
at the same time
enabling the
program to
maintain
adequate supply
levels that are
necessary to run
the OPTS
clinics.
for 07-08
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Met
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adequate stocks
to be able to sell
and to acquire
more revenue
throughout the
school year.
62
11000-55144 Opthamal
ic
Technolo
gy
additional supplies budget
supplies was cut a few
for OPTS years ago. The
funds coming in
from Lions for
Vision have
dropped
dramatically
making it
necessary to ask
for some more
funds to ensure
that adequate
amounts of
lenses, frames,
and other
laboratory
mateials are
maintained for
the proper
operation of
OPTS courses.
supplies will
be sufficient
to that the
program may
maintain the
same level of
training for
the OPTS
students.
63
11000-55144 Opthamal
ic
Technolo
gy
travel
funds for
lthe
OPTS
Coordinat
or
The
attend one
Coordinator
function
will attend a
major national
optical
training
session during
the 20072008 school
year.
to provide
travel funds for
the OPTS
Coordinator to
attend a
national optical
training session.
It is important
that the
program
instructor/coordi
nator be given
the opportunity
to attend on a
all supplies
will be used
in the
fabrication
of eyewear
for the
students
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n/a
will spend
objective not met
approximately
750 dollars for
lenses, 750
dollars for
frames, and 500
dollars or
surfacing and
fabrication
supplies
no additional funds
Not Met
has not
attend a
major
function in
more then
six years.
coordinator to
attend and
particiapte in
one major
national
training venue.
travel funded for 0708
Met
objective met
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yearly basis to
maintain a level
of involvement
and knowledge
on the latest
information
regarding the
field of
opticianry. Has
not been able to
attend such
training for
more than six
years.
64
11000-55144 Opthamal
ic
Technolo
gy
generator
for OPTS
program
to obtain anew
replacement for
the present
surface
generator that
was originally
pruchased in
1975. The
present unit is
no longer
opable by
students and
replacemnt
parts are no
longer available.
a new
surfacing
generator will
allow the
students to
train with a
unit that is
current in the
occupation
student
satisfaction
with reliable
equipment
most lenses
currently
produced in
the OPTS
program
cannot be
surfaces by
students
without the
help of an
instructor.
Obtain bids on not met
two vendors
and obtain the
best unit for the
best price
not funded due to
decision to close
program
Not Met
65
11000-55135 Medical
Assisting
full-time
regular
to hire a fulltime employee
hire a person
by fall 2007
n/a
need person
to assisting
with the
program.
to help with
medical
assisting
program.
Need to hire a fulltime employee for
2009-2010
Not Met
66
11000-55140 Pharmacy
licensure/
certificati
on
standard
increase percent measure
against state
of
graduates/compl average
ete RS
receiving
Licensure/certifi
cation
Technolo
gy NWC
state average 66%
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not met
1- recruit
- One new Faculty
quality faculty; was hired but one
2- use
part-time faculty
innovative
left., so still there is
technology and a shortage of
effective
qualified faculty.
methodology
- New Software is
software based being utilized.
on
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faculties and
innovative
technology help
increase students
succress rate in
national exams.
In Progress
7 /30/2010
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-Talks are still
underway for Dual
credit Classes for
PHRA 1301 through
canutillo High school
-Presentations are
given in variety of
settings
- Pharmacy Tech
Club is active
- Pharmacy
Techology website is
live and active.
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
recommendation
s by ASHP
Pharmacy
credentialing
body
67
11000-55140 Pharmacy
class fill
rate
increase class
fill rate
measure
against
standard
80% of
classes
should be
75% full
27%
offer PHRA
1301 as a dual
credit through
canutillo high
school.
Improve
program
marketing by
presentations to
high schools,
and HCOP
students .
Activate
pharmacy
technician club
design and print
flyers and
cards. Attend a
give
presentations in
counselors
health careers
orientation.
Marketing through
Pharmacy Tech club
, flyers, and cards
requires budget but
we didn't have
increase in our
budget. Above
mentioned
startegies with
financial support
will increase Class
fill rate.
In Progress
student
success
standards
students who
are employed in
New Mexico,
Arizona, and
Oklahoma is
not showed in
the states
report. More
effective effort
will be given in
public relation
arena to place
students in this
workforce. Will
measure
success
against 95%
standard
90%
82%
develop a
EPCC has developed utilizing student
graduate
a student tracking
tracking system will
teaching system database.
give a realistic
student success rate
compared to state' s
reported baseline.
Withdrawn
Technolo
gy NWC
68
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Technolo
gy NWC
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contact
graduates to
obtain their
status of
education, and
employment.
Will document
the results and
report if
necessary.
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Therapy
Assistant
Clinical
PROVIDE A
Instructor CONTINUING
EDUCATION
COURSE IN
COLLABORAT
ION WITH
UTEP ACCE
TO AREA
CLINICAL
INTRUCTORS
ON THE
CLINICAL
EDUCATION
TOOL FOR
ASSESSMENT
AND ON THE
PT/PTA
RELATIONSHI
P.
1 CEU course CAPTE
will be offered 1.3.3.2
per year to
area clinicians
provide a
collaborative
CEU
course with
UTEP
ACCE to
area PT's
and PTA's
to educate
them in the
use of the
MAC
provide a
in progress
collaborative
CEU course
with UTEP acce
to area pt's and
pta's to educate
them in the use
of the MAC
to provide a
continuing
education course in
collaboration with
UTEP
In Progress
70
11000-55145 Physical
Therapy
Assistant
class fill
rate
District
80%<50%
average fill
rate appears
in comments
column: Total
number of
eats filled
divided by the
total number
seats
available.
Room
capacity(set
D: 30%,
R:30%
Decrease
objective met
optimium fill
rates to 8
students for lab
part of course
due to
equipment and
space
restrictions.
Increase
recruiting
efforts (offer
PTHA 1409 as
CLASS FILL RATE
INCREASED IT'S
PERFORMANCE
Met
PRP; class fill
rate increase
performance.
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by physical
plant) number
of chairs
/equipment is
a room. If the
capacity is
below the
number of
students,
more classes
are needed.
71
11000-55145 Physical
Therapy
Assistant
enrollmen enrollment
t trends
trends increase
performance
data by
yes>10%
district/site.
decrease
Seat count is
increasing or
is level, or, if
decreasing
does not
decrease more
5 percent
from the
bendmark
year (1st year
of the
previous 3
yrs. fall,
spring,
summer) seat
counts for all
the programspecific
course
prefixes are
added
together to
determine the
seat count
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a dual credit
High School
course through
. Hire
additional full
time faculty
member to
support
additional
sections of
PTHA 1409
provide
mentoring
retention
activities;
Maintain 80%
fill rate.
D: no,
13.19%, R:
no, 13.19%
increase
objectibe met
enrollment to
24 accepted
students (if
faculty is
available,new
addition)
improve
program
marketing by
informing the
student sooner
as the
preadmissions
requirements
hold monthly
PTA new
students
orientation,
expecially
during the fall
semester.
Secure more
teaching/lab/
space ,secure
more equipment
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increased
Met
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to support
current
enrollment of
16 students.
Publish
program
brochures.,
market
program; paid
advertising and
give
aways/marketing
CAPTE 2.8
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Therapy
Assistant
Physical
Therapy
instructional
equipment
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Therapy
Assistant
instructio
nal
technlolog
y
n/a
Purchase
additional
laptop/projector/
video/DVD/cop
y machine and
faculty
computers.
Technology so
that faculty
program has
adequate
operable
equipment
and supplies
reflective
current
practice
sufficient
equipment
for 16-24
depending
upon
equipment
increase durable partially met
and expendable
equipment and
supplies
1. Purchase
a. 5 massage
table
b. 4-6 station
ex.machine
c. New stair
climber
d. additional
recumlanet bike
e. cardiac
monitoring
equip.
f. laserjet for
student use.
g. 5 new freestanding chair
massage units.l
CAPTE:
3.2.4
program has
a 3 year old
laptop/projec
tor.
Tv/video
needs to be
replaced is
16 years
old. Current
request
projector
mounted on
ceiling 2.
request new
laptop
technology for
additonal
faculty use. 3,
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some equipment
purchased but not all
In Progress
2 /1 /2010
all equipment that
was requested only
partially has been
purchased
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have a adequate
technology in
the classroom
and in their
offices
Baseline
Strategies
ject obsolete
faculty cpu's
are>5 years
old.
new LCD
projector 4. new
office jet copies
5. new CPU's
for full-time
faculty
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Therapy
Assistant
maintain
faclty
current in
curricular
contracts
for the
field of
practice
each full-time
and part-time
faculty will
participate a
minimum of ten
contact hours of
continuing
education that
supports their
instructional or
administrative
responsibilities
n/a
CAPTE
1.3.3
each fulltime faculty
member
attend one
state or
national
conference
per year.
each full-time
objective met
faculty member
to attend one
state or national
conference per
year.
have participated a
minimumal of ten
contact hours of
continuing
education which
supports their
instructional/adminis
trative
responsibilities
Met
75
11000-55145 Physical
Therapy
Assistant
developm
ent of
clinical
sites
develop
additional
clinical sites in
order to ensure
sufficient
number of sites
to meet the
increased class
size for the
2008
graduation class
increase
clinical site
over baseline
by sites
CAPTE
2.7.3
the program
currently
has 26 in
town
affiliation
sites
train the fullobjective partially
time faculty to met
assist in the
recruitment of
clinical
education sites.
Follow up on
facilities that
have not
renewed their
contracts to
obtain
current/new
contracts .
Obtain clinical
contracts in El
Paso travel to
surrounding
areas to visit
and recruit new
clinical sites.
Establish falls
risk clinic as
viable option
to develop
additional clinical
sites to ensure
sufficient number of
sites
Not Met
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for clinical
placement.
$10,000 Parttime physical
therapist
position to
supervise
students and
evaluate clients
in falls risk
clinic and
$2,000.00
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Therapy
Assistant
growth of 12. community
falls risk benefits service
demonstrate
clinic
that the
program is
meeting the
needs of the
community
percent of
85%
adivsory
members
acknowledgin
g that the
program is
meeting
community
needs for each
of the
previous 3
years based
on a survey of
advisory
members
indicating the
percentage of
respondents
acknowledgin
g that the
program is
meeting
community
needs. When
multiple
programs are
under the
same advisory
committee,
the same data
shall be
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83%
continue with
objective partially
falls risk
met
reduction clinic,
a program
service learning
project.
Promote clinic
at advisory
committee
meetings.
Continue to
collect
satisfaction
survey from
participants
employer
survey to
determine
continued
need. New
enrollment by 5
points secure
additional
outside funding
of and hire parttime clerk II to
assist and
administrative
dates of clinic
& program.
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continuing the
community benefits
service to
demonstrate the
program that meets
the needs of the
community
Not Met
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applied to all
the programs.
Source:
advisory
committee
survey and
minutes
77
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Therapy
Assistant
student
success
student success
track student
employment,
transfer,
military service
for three years
after graduation
percent of
90%<50%
students
employed/tran
sfer/military
within 1 year
of graduation
based on the
number of
graduates for
each program
for previous 3
years and the
number of
graduates who
are employed,
have
transferred to
another
institution or
have entered
the military
within one
year of
graduation.
THECB
standard of
90% to be
effective for
the 2005-06
report, at
which time 3
years of data
subject to the
90% standard
will be
available.
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89%
develop internal objective met
tracking
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student success track
employment,
transfer, and military
service after
graduation for 3
years
Met
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Additional
documentation
be provided
by progam
coordinator.
Source:
mainframe/stat
e lonestar.
78
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Therapy
Assistant
instructio add 2000
nal space square feet of
expansion lab and
classroom
teaching space
n/a
79
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Therapy
Assistant
physical
therapy
assistant
percent of
90%
graduates/com
pleters
receiving
licensure/certif
ication, based
on annual
pass rate for
the most
recent year.
Source:
survey
completed by
dean of
district
discipline
coordinators/C
E
student
licensure/certific
ation. As
applicable
maintain first
time test taking
pass rate at 90%
reported by
calender year.
faculty must
have
adequate
space to
teach in
CAPTE 2.7
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1. # of lab
sections to 2
sections for
each course,
2. offer 2
sections of
lec/lab
courses
occupancy
standard is
12 students
in
laboratory
classroom.
3. full-time
faculty to 4
offer 2 sections partially met
of lecture and
lab courses.,
occupancy
standard is 12
student in
laboratory
classroom
approved for
temporary use only,
continue to request
for permanent use;
lab space
In Progress
75%,
current
enrollment
at 16
student, up
to 24 in Fall
07
hire 4th fullnot met, continue
time faculty
member for
2007-08 AY ,
to increase
communication
and consistency
across the
curriculum.
Contact state
agency to
provide
reporting
information in
an academic
year format.
As applicable
maintain first time
test taking reported
by calendar year.
Not Met
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Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Dean/Director
◘
80
11000-55118 Radiation
Therapy
RG
advisory satisfaction
committee with program
satisfactio
n
81
11000-55118 Radiation
Therapy
RG
JRCERT JRCERT initial
initial
accreditation
accreditati for the radiation
based on the 80%
overall,
averaged
percent of
satisfaction of
each progam
advisory
committee
for the next 3
years. Each
survey shall
be scored 1 or
o based on the
combined
average of the
eleven
responses
maintain full
accreditation
of program
100%
achieve full new
accreditation program
applying for
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
the program
objective met
will distribute
the survey at
the advisory
committee
meeting rather
than mail to the
members . For
those committee
members not
able to attend
the meeting, the
program
coordinator will
assure that the
member
receives it,
stressing the
importance of
returing it A
return envelope,
addressed and
stamped will be
included. If the
survey is not
returned the
coordinator will
contact the
member and
arrange to have
the survey
picked up.
has been met
in progress; continue To complete self
for 08-09 and 2009- study and submit to
2010
JRCERT
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Instruction
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
82
83
Budget
Acct No.
Plan
Name
Area
11000-55118 Radiation
Therapy
RG
11000-55118 Radiation
Therapy
RG
Objective
on
therapy
technology
program
hire fulltime
faculty
hire a full-time
faculty for the
program
graduate successful
satisfactio completion of
n
the ARRT
CREDENTIALI
NG
RADIATION
THERAPY
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
initial
accreditation
reduce cost of meet the
hiring partaccreditation
time faculty
standards
for number
of full-time
faculty
ARRT first
time
examination
pass rate of
>75%
meet
program
standard of
>75%
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
presently
program has
one fulltime for the
program.
Will not
meet
minimum
standards
for faculty
numbers for
instruction
and or
clinical sites.
obtain budget
approval and
advertise to
secure a
qualified
RADT fulltime faculty
member
ARRTnation
al %
outcomes
program will
objectibe met
exceed ARRT's
minimum
recommended
requirements
for skills and
knowledge for
certification
OBJECTIVE NOT
FUNDED
TO OBTAIN
BUDGET
APPROVAL AND
ADVERTISE TO
SECURE A
QUALIFIED RADT
full-time faculty
member;
Not Met
$40,000.00
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Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
211
11000-55263 Reading
NWC
Increase
Count
number of
computers for
the Reading Lab
Increase
number
from nine to
27
There are
nine
computers
now
Requests will
be made
through IT
committee
So far the number of
computers hasn’t
increased, it still
remains at 9
computers.
Requests for new
additional
computers will
continue to IT. If
enrollment
increases, IT might
approve the
additional
computers.
Not Met
212
11000-55263 Reading
NWC
Count
Increase
number of
READ
0307/0308/0309
sections
utilizing online
supplemental
reading
program by
Pearson/Longma
n
Number of
sections to 9
There are
five sections
now using
program
Instructor
training by tech
personnel from
the publisher
Enrollment hasn't
increased to add
more sections of
READ
0307/0308/0309,
but most material is
online and programs
offer tutorial support.
The instructors can
get tutorial support
for online material
and programs.
Not Met
213
11000-55274 ESL
NWC
Increase
number of ESL
students
Try and promote
more ESL classes
Not Met
214
11000-55438 Education
NWC
Instructio Increase
n:
enrollment in
Teacher
AAT Program
Preparatio
n Program
Count
Increase
There are
number to
currently 56
120 students students
ATD ESL data Number of ESL
develop
students hasn't
recruitment
increased.
plans on districtwide basis
Use
enrollment
figures from
the last two
semesters to
determine an
enrollment
percentage
Increase
enrollment
by 10%.
Market AAT
Program and
other
recruitment
activities at area
high school
w/emphasis on
magnet program
(ie Socratic
Institute),
EPCC students
and for
professionals
currently in the
teaching field.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Enrollment
over the last
academic
year
averaged
about 12
students.
Continue to recruit
At this time
enrollment continues high school students
to increase but not
by 10%
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Instruction
Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Increase by
5% from
previous
year's
enrollment.
265
11000-55222 Court &
Conferenc
e
Reporting
NWC
Continue to
Court
Reporting increase
enrollment in
Departme this discipline.
nt
Use
enrollment
figures for
this discipline
from the State
Reports for
FY 20072008 and
compare those
figures to the
previous years.
266
11000-55222 Court &
Conferenc
e
Reporting
NWC
Class Fill
Rate
Data by
80%/<50%
District/Site.
Percent of
classes 75%
full (optimum
fill rate) on
Class Fill Rate
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
On-going
Continuous
Program.
The discipline
will boost the
marketing and
recruitment
efforts of the
Court Reporting
Program. The
discipline will
continue to
work diligently
to improve
student
recruitment
efforts at local
high schools,
EPCC and
UTEP. The
discipline will
continue to
retain students
currently
enrolled in the
Court Reporting
Program. The
discipline is
working on
completing an
updated
webpage for the
Court Reporting
Program. The
Court Reporting
Program will be
featured on a
local
commercial for
EPCC.
Students have
dropped the program
and this has affected
the class fill rate.
The webpage has
been updated and
interviews are
conducted weekly
for prospective
students.
Students are
graduating and
completing the
program which has
caused a decrease in
enrollment.
Promoting the
program might help
increase enrollment.
Not Met
D:46%,N:46
%
Enrollment has Enrollment has
been steadily
decreased, due to
increasing every students graduating.
semester. We
are at least up to
46% fill rate but
Promote the
program at all the
other campuses, and
encourage students
to be court reporters.
Not Met
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Instruction
Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
census date
(Excluding
C.E.
students),
based on no.
of students in
each section
for previous 3
years (Fall,
Spring, and
Summer) on
census date.
Optimum (set
by VP of
Instruction):
No. of
students that
can be
adequately
taught in a
section of the
course. (For
information
only, District
average fill
rate appears
in comments
column: Total
number of
seats filled
divided by the
total number
of seats
available).
Room
capacity (set
by Physical
Plant): No. of
chairs/equipm
ent in a room.
If the room
capacity is
below the
optimum, it is
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
will continue to
see a steady
increase as
enrollment
improves and
current students
advance from
one speed level
to the next. The
discipline will
continue to
monitor
enrollment each
semester and
will continue to
work diligently
on recruiting
new students at
local high
schools, EPCC
and UTEP. The
discipline will
work diligently
at retaining the
present students
enrolled in the
program.
Additionally,
the Court
Reporting
Program will be
featured on a
local
commercial.
Our lab area
and classroom
are being
restructured to
accommodate
new computer
stations to
increase student
enrollment.
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Instruction
Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
used to score
the indicator.
Source:
Master Class
Schedule
(Mainframe)
267
11000-55222 Court &
Conferenc
e
Reporting
NWC
Student
Licensure/
Certificati
on, As
Applicabl
e
Coordinat
or/CE
Dean/Dire
ctor
Student
Licensure/Certifi
cation, As
Applicable
Coordinator/CE
Dean/Director
Percent of
90%
graduates/com
pleters
receiving
licensure/certif
ication, based
on annual
pass rate for
the most
recent year.
Source:
Status Form
completed by
Dean of
District
Discipline
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
50%
The Court
Rates have increased Rates range from
Reporting
dramatically.
33% to 40% for
Program's
EPCC.
certification
rate drastically
increased from
0 to 50%. The
certification
rate should
actually be
higher because
of graduates
who received
their
certification
after the date of
August 31,
2006. The
Instructor will
continue with
the students
who will be
taking their
certification
examinations.
The Instructor
will meet on
Fridays (when
no classes meet)
to conduct
practice mock
examinations
and give
additional
speedbuilding
to the students
taking the
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Instruction
Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
licensure
examination.
268
11000-55222 Court &
Conferenc
e
Reporting
NWC
Sections
taught by
FullTime
Faculty
Sections taught
by Full-Time
Faculty
Data by
District/Site.
Percent of
sections
taught by FT
Faculty for
last 3 years.
(Fall,
Spring).
Sources:
Master Class
Schedule
(Mainframe),
Fac
Employment
Status
(Mainframe)
60%
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
D: 57%, N:
57%
The discipline
will
continuously
monitor the
number of
course sections
taught by fulltime faculty and
report to Dr.
Lydia Perez.
Presently, there
is only one fulltime faculty
member for the
discipline. The
full-time faculty
member is
limited on the
number of
courses being
taught. There
are no workload
exceptions for
any part-timers
in the
discipline. The
discipline will
continuously
monitor growth
trends and
enrollment
increases and
rising fill-rates
for justification
for an
additional fulltime faculty
position.
There is still only
one full-time
instructor teaching
these classes.
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If enrollment
increases, then there
might be a
possibility to hire
another full-time
instructor for Court
Reporting.
Not Met
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Instruction
Math, Occupational Education and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Standard
Measure
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
107
11000-13012 TM
Faculty
Travel
Math
Provide relevant 3 faculty
Faculty
development
Developm faculty
development
trips.
ent
opportunities
for Division
Faculty
2 trips
currently.
Interact with
faculty to
determine
appropriate
faculty
development
opportunities.
Numerous relevant Results have been
faculty development used to strength
trips have been
programs.
funded and the
faculty have shared
their experiences
with colleagues
and/or incorporated
them into their
instruction.
Met
108
11000-55414 Culinary
Arts TM
Culinary
Move to
ASC
Plan and begin
implementation
of the move to
the ASC
Plan approval
Ground
breaking
None
Meet with
facilities
department
Meet with
Architect
Attend relevant
meetings as
construction
progresses
Construction is
Continue
approximately 50%- implementation for
60% complete. The opening in fall 09
project is on-time
and on-budget.
Met
109
11000-55420 Interior
Design
TM
Brochure
revision
Revise Program
Brochure
Brochure
finished
no brochure
currently
Coordinator
Brochure is
will develop
complete and in use
brochure
by the program
Advisory
Committee will
review and
approve
0
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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are provided info via
the brochure and the
brochure is used in
marketing efforts
from the program.
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Met
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President
Associate Vice President, Employee Relations
Plan
No.
2
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-11107 Assoc
Vice
President,
Employee
Relat
Plan
Name
Equal
Employm
ent
Opportuni
ty/Equal
Education
al
Opportuni
ty OnLine
Training
Objective
Measure
Develop and
implement online training to
be provided as
an option to site
based
workshops for
full and parttime employees
in the State
mandated
instruction of
discrimination
and sexual
harassment
prevention
within
employment
and academic
environments,
monitoring of
the system to
ensure it is user
friendly and
meets required
specifications in
the delivery of
information.
The Employee
Relations
Department will
coordinate and
conduct districtwide training
sessions.
Employee
usage of the
system to
fulfill training
requirements
on a bi-annual
basis with the
verification of
the successful
completion of
the course
with the use
of on-line
tracking.
Standard
Documentati
on of
increased
employee
compliance
by those
who were
previously
unable to or
had
difficulty in
participating
in on-site
sessions due
to schedule
conflicts
(i.e., parttime/seasona
l employees,
faculty,
student
service
areas).
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
1. Complete
development
and test of online Equal
Employment
Opportunity/Equ
al Educational
Opportunity
training. 2.
District-wide
announcement
and training
sessions on the
on-line system.
3. Full
implementation
and monitoring
of employee
participation.
1. Upon completion
of the training
module, a test group
was formed. Each
participant took the
course and provided
feedback on the
content, ease of
access and any
problems
experienced. 2)
The online course
was officially
launched during the
Spring 2008
semester. 3) The
online course is
currently available
to all employees
with monitoring of
participation
recorded through the
College repository
system.
1) Areas of concern
were reviewed and
changes made as
required. 2)
Continued tracking
of course
participation has
resulted in a more
accurate means of
determining
employee
compliance.
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Research and Development
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
117
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-32200 Grants
Managem
ent
Plan
Name
Grants
Managem
ent to
establish
an EPCC
External
Funding
Plan
Objective
Develop a
comprehensive
EPCC priority
external
funding plan.
Measure
Priority
external
funding plan
established.
Standard
Grant
proposals
and awards
will be in
line with the
established
external
fund plan
which is
consistent
with the
College's
strategic
plan,
mission and
vision for
current and
future
development
. Plan to be
approved by
President
and Vice
Presidents.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Developmen
t of a
priority
external
funding
plan.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Based on
identification of
funding needs
Priorities
established by
the College
President, VicePresidents and
Deans, by
December 31,
2007. The
Office of Grants
Management
will develop an
"EPCC External
Funding
Priorities Plan"
for approval of
President and
the Vice
Presidents; plan
will then be
used to focus
efforts to
identify and
apply for
external
funding.
Upon approval
of the plan, the
Office of Grants
Management
will focus its
efforts
according to the
priorities
established
within the plan.
The Office of
Grants
Management
will submit to
the President
Outcome: Still in
development. While
Carl Perkins and
other significant
grant possibilities
were reviewed at the
Cabinet due to time
constraints of the
Cabinet and grants
staff and timelines
of grant
announcements, a
full list was not
developed this year.
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Expected Completion Date
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Research and Development
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
and
Administrative
Team members'
quarterly
reports
describing the
degree to which
effort and
results have
achieved the
plan's goals
during the
reporting period
(year-to-date).
118
11000-32200 Grants
Managem
ent
Increase
External
Funding
for EPCC
Increase the
number of
EPCC offices,
staff, and
faculty across
all disciplines
and services
that are
involved in
development of
grants process,
and
significantly
increase their
capabilities to
locate
appropriate
funding sources
and acquire
grant funding.
Increase the
number of
offices/discipli
nes involved
in grant
development
and funding.
The number
of EPCC
offices/disci
plines
receiving
external
funding
support will
increase by
15% by
August 31,
2007.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Management
database,
the number
and identity
of
offices/disci
plines
involved in
the grants
process
during 20052006 will be
ascertained,
and will
form the
baseline to
ascertain the
extent of
increased
involvement.
Management
will conduct a
minimum of
two intensive
grantsmanship
courses (1 to 2
full days) for
EPCC faculty
and staff.
Courses will
cover funding
sources,
application/prop
osal
development
(needs,
objectives,
methodologies,
budget
development,
and evaluation
systems),
general grant
standards
(EPCC, OMB,
state and local),
management of
grant programs
(personnel,
Outcome: Partially
met: 1) At least 3
hours of grant
development
workshop was
presented at both
Fall and Spring
Faculty
Development. 2)
Grants staff
participated in a four
day NonProfit
Enterprise enter
Grant Development
Workshop.
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Research and Development
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
accounting,
facilities, and
property
management),
and reporting.
The Office of
Grants
Management
will refine its
funding search
and grants alert
system to: a)
reach a greater
number of
faculty and
staff, b) acquire
greater input
from EPCC
faculty and staff
on areas of
funding needs,
and c) focus
funding
searches and
application
efforts on
identified
EPCC priorities
established
within the
Strategic Goals
of the College.
To make the
grants processes
generally more
visible, the
Office of Grants
Management
will publish a
quarterly
newspaper that
will cover
EPCC grant
activities,
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Research and Development
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
(awards,
renewals,
notable
accomplishment
s, etc.) potential
funding
opportunities
and information
useful to staff
and faculty
involved in the
grant process.
119
24601-C24601 Carl
Perkins
Administr
ationGeneral
Carl
Perkins
Communi
cation
To strengthen
communicative
lines with
Program budget
heads and staff
so that
forecasted
budget needs
are submitted
timely and
expended
quickly.
Budget needs
for Program
budget heads
and staff are
forecasted
within a
reasonable
amount of
time, are
within
THECB
directed
guidelines,
and upon
approval, are
purchased
quickly.
80% of
Program
budget
heads and
staff
receiving
the support
of the
Grants
Management
Office will
meet the
measure.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Currently a
little more
than half of
the Program
budget
heads and
staff are
adhereing to
the
requested
guidelines
and
deadlines
for
submission
of program
budgetary
needs.
There is still
a noticeable
percentage
of funded
Programs
that are not
expending
their grant
funds for
items
specifically
requested.
Increased
100% compliancecommunication All (limited) dollars
with the
are spent timely.
Program budget
heads and staff,
advising of the
repercussions of
unspent funds
as well as
secondary
checklists to
verify programs
are within
guidelines and
meeting
deadlines.
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Research and Development
Director, Institutional and Community Planning
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
112
11000-33010 Director
Instl &
Comm
Plng
Increase
Planning
Office
staff
capacity
Increase the
capacity of the
Planning Office
to engage
District-wide
budget heads in
institutional
effectiveness
planning via
Area
Effectiveness
Plans, in
Assessment of
annual plans,
Program
Review
Response plans,
and in longrange planning
initiatives-Provide
increased
planning data
support,
materials and
District-wide
outreach with
budget heads
and
instructional
discipline
coordinators.
Addition of
professional
position,
Planning
Specialist, to
the
Institutional
and
Community
Planning
Office staff.
1 full-time
position of
Planning
Specialist.
N/A
Develop job
No additional funds
description in
were provided.
conjunction
with the Vice
President for
Research and
Development
and Personnel
Services, post
position,
recruit, hire and
train Planning
Specialist.
Train Planning
Specialist in
EPCC planning
procedures, and
direct in
preparation of
data analysis,
written reports,
meeting and
planning
session
facilitation,
focus group
facilitation, and
in the
preparation of
decisionmaking
materials for
budget heads
and
instructional
staff.
Will try to increase
planning office staff
capacity in the near
future and with the
approval of the Vice
President of
Research and
Development and
Personnel Services.
Not Met
113
11000-33010 Director
Instl &
Comm
Plng
Districtwide
Periodic
Planning
& Data
Updates
Provide
increased,
regular
planning and
data
information to
College budget
Production of
reports and/or
briefing
sessions for
budget heads,
instructional
staff and
At least two
major
updates per
fiscal year,
in addition
to other data
update
Currently
one major
publication
and
distribution
of Area
Effectivenes
Work with
Planning Office
staff and other
departments to
ensure relevant
and timely data
is provided to
The office will
continue to provide
assistance and
support to the
Budget Heads and
Instructional
Coordinators with
Met
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Accessible data and
support were
provided to Budget
Heads and
Instructional
Coordinators in their
planning initiatives.
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Research and Development
Director, Institutional and Community Planning
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
heads and
instructional
staff for
decisionmaking.
Measure
Cabinet
officers
regarding
planning,
assessment, or
other
pertinent data
in order to
support
informed
decisionmaking.
Standard
products
and reports.
Ensure
uploading
and
publication
of all
planning
and support
materials on
EPCC
Website.
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Baseline
s Plans,
Assessment
of Plans,
and
Program
Review
plans per
year.
Strategies
budget heads
and
instructional
coordinators.
Work actively
with decisionmakers Collegewide to ensure
planning
support and
data is readily
accessible, and
provide training
and facilitate
planning to
ensure EPCC
complies with
SACS
guidelines and
internal
planning needs.
Assessment Results
Reports have been
produced yearly and
distributed districtwide to all Budget
Heads and
Instructional
Coordinators.
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Expected Completion Date
their decisionmaking, their
operational planning
and any other
planning needs they
encounter
throughout the fiscal
years.
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Research and Development
Director, Institutional Effectiveness
Plan
No.
120
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-34000 Director,
Institution
l
Effectiven
ess
Plan
Name
Enhance
ment of
IE Web
Stie
Objective
Make the
Institutional
Effectiveness
web site more
comprehensive
so that it comes
to be seen as a
compact "must
visit" source of
information on
College facts
and initiatives.
Measure
Major College
products and
initiatives can
be accessed
through the IE
web page.
Standard
The IE web
page will be
at its
enhanced
level by
December
2007.
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Baseline
The IE web
site now
primarily
addresses
selected
Research
and
Developmen
t products.
Strategies
The IE web site
will be linked to
other
appropriate web
sites, and where
necessary,
additional
addresses will
be secured for
products not
now on any
College web
site. IE
personnel will
be delegated to
maintain the
web site to
ensure that
links and web
objects are up
to date and that
new College
products and
initiatives are
accessible
through the IE
site.
Assessment Results
The Institutional
Effectiveness web
page was modified
to provide links to
major products of
Research and
Development and to
documents provided
by the Southern
Association of
Colleges and
Schools and by the
Texas Higher
Education
Coordinating Board.
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The College
community was
informed of the
additional links
available on the I.E.
web site. The web
page will be studied
to determine
whether additional
links will be needed
as the next, 2013
review by the
Southern
Association of
Colleges and
Schools approaches.
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Met
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Research and Development
Director, Institutional Research
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
114
11000-34002 Institution
al
Research
Continue
Pilot of
On-line
survey
and
Wireless
Response
Cards
Continue pilot
of on-line
survey
processes for
use in student
evaluation of
faculty and for
other types of
surveys.
Introduce the
wireless
response card
for conducting
surveys in the
classroom.
Successful
administration
and retrieval
of survey
results using
new
technology
which
includes WEB
surveys and
the use of
wireless
response
cards with
Power Point
surveys.
Increase
electronic
survey
administratio
n to 25% of
all faculty
evaluation
surveys
administered
.
Each
semester
there is an
increase in
the number
of on-line
faculty
evaluations
received,
but only
about 10%
of potential
on-line
surveys are
successfully
completed
and returned.
Purchases 5 sets
of "clicker"
equipment and
conduct faculty
evaluations in
select
classrooms
using the
wireless
response cards.
Continue to
increase the use
of on-line
faculty
evaluations in
classrooms with
computers.
Project still in
progress. A reliable
software has not
been located. Work
still needs to be
done on the use of
the "clickers".
Will us results to
implement Student
Information Survey
on-line.
In Progress
5 /3 /2010
115
11000-34002 Institution
al
Research
Design
research
and
reports to
support
ATD and
other
Projects
Design and
complete all
needed research
and reports to
support
Achieving the
Dream and
other
Institutional
Research
projects.
Provide
informative
and timely
reports for
Math,
Reading,
Writing and
ESL
Achieving the
Dream
Committees.
Provide all
needed data
and reports
on time.
Currently
we have
several
"Culture of
Evidence
Reports",
but many
additional
studies are
needed.
Hire an
Assistant
Director of
Institutional
Research, a
Technical
Writer and a
new Research
Associate to
research and
write the reports.
Currently
implementing a
Milestone projects
in SAS with help of
SAS consultants.
This project track
student progress
from matriculation
to graduation.
Improve student
performance in DE
and ESL courses.
In Progress
10/31/2009
116
11000-34002 Institution
al
Research
Provide
needed
coordinati
on and
support
for ATD
and other
Projects
Change two
partially grantfunded
positions to
provide
continued
coordination
and support of
Achieving the
Dream project,
to track cohorts
of students, and
process survey
results.
Increase
institutional
funding of
Institutional
Research
Manager and
Statistical
Research
Associate.
Increase
institutional
funding of
Institutional
Research
Manager
position by
20% and of
Statistical
Research
Associate
position by
5%.
Currently,
60% of
Manager's
and 60% of
the
Statistical
Research
Associate's
salaries are
institutionall
y funded.
Increase
institutional
funding of the
Institutional
Research
Manager and
the Statistical
Research
Associate so the
positions
eventually
become
permanent.
The two positions
are to be
institutionally
funded in future
budgets.
Provide better
services to the
College community
for research and data
analysis.
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Research and Development
Vice President, Research and Development
Plan
No.
111
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-12004 Vice
President
Research
&
Develop
Plan
Name
Planning/
Data
Improvem
ent
Objective
Impact college
planning and
data reporting
across the
district
Measure
Allocate
funding and
complete SAS
Planning
System
Standard
Fully
functioning
development
by February
1, 2008
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Baseline
current
status of
planning
system and
scorecard
reporting
Strategies
Assessment Results
Budget and
Planning software
engage
development
consultant from complete
SAS
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Upon reviewing and
analyzing the
product, a decision
to research a
commerically
produced product
was made. The
Director of Planning
was charged with
researching,
evaluating and
recommending
software.
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Expected Completion Date
Met
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Student Services
Coordinator, Property Control
Plan
No.
158
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-72003 ISC VV
Plan
Name
PartTime
Pool
Allocation
/
Upgrade
Copy
Equipmen
t
Objective
Measure
To provide
Instructional
Service Center
access to
faculty teaching
6:00 A.M.
Classes.
Upgrade
technology
copy machines
and network
equipment.
To meet
faculty
demands on
Instructional
Service
Center of 6:00
A.M.
Classes.
Replace 2
each outdated
black and
white
photocopiers
with reliable
state of the art
equipment to
meet
customer
demands.
Standard
Provide
adequate
services to
faculty
teaching
6:00 A.M.
courses.
100%
replacement
of
equipment.
Baseline
Projected
continuation
of 6:00
A.M.
classes for
FY 200708. Current
copiers are
4 years old,
unreliable
and unable
to sustain
work
demands of
the area.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Requesting
Successful
allocation of
completion of
funds to cover planned objective.
19 hours a week
to provide
Instructional
Service Center
to faculty
teaching 6:00
A.M.
courses.
Identify
equipment to be
replaced.
Submit
requisition.
Purchase
equipment
utilizing charge
back funds.
Monitor
delivery
schedule to
ensure prompt
delivery. Install
equipment and
train staff.
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Objective's Status
Adquired two new
state-of-the-art
photocopiers to
effectively meet
customer needs and
demands.
Met
Did not receive full
amount.
Permission to use
ISC charge back
accounts.
Met
Expected Completion Date
One Part-Time
technician @
19 hr/52
[email protected]
$9.57hr/$9,455.
00
159
11000-72004 ISC TM
PartTime
Pool
Allocation
/
Upgrade
Copy
Equipmen
t
To provide
Instructional
Service Center
access to
faculty teaching
6:00 A.M.
Classes.
Upgrade
technology of
To meet
faculty
demands on
Instructional
Service
Center of 6:00
A.M.
Classes.
Replace 2
Provide
adequate
services to
faculty
teaching
6:00 A.M.
classes.
100%
replacement
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Requesting
allocation of
funds to
cover 19 hrs
per week to
provide
Instructional
Service
Center
Requesting
allocation of
funds to cover
19 hours a week
to provide
Instructional
Service Center
support to
faculty teaching
Partial monies taken
from both ISC/TM
and ISC/NW charge
back accounts.
Copiers upgraded.
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Student Services
Coordinator, Property Control
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
copy machines
and network
equipment.
Standard
Baseline
each outdated of
black and
equipment.
white
photocopiers
with reliable
state of the art
technology to
meet
customer
demands.
Services to
faculty
teaching
6:00 A.M.
courses.
Current
copiers are
4 years old,
unreliable
and unable
to sustain
work
demands of
the area.
Measure
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
6:00 A.M.
courses.
Identify
equipment to be
replaced.
Submit
requisition.
Purchase
equipment
utilizing charge
back funds.
Monitor
delivery
schedule to
ensure prompt
delivery. Install
equipment and
train staff.
One Part-Time
[email protected]
7/hr/52/weeks
$9,455
160
11000-72005 ISC RG
PartTime
Pool
Allocation
/
Upgrade
Copy
Equipmen
t
To provide
Instructional
Services Center
access to
faculty teaching
6:00 A.M.
Classes.
Upgrade
techonlogy of
copy machines
and network
equipment.
To meet
faculty
demands on
Instructional
Service
Center of 6:00
A.M.
Classes.
Replace 2
each outdated
black and
white
potocopiers
with reliable
state of the art
equipment to
meet
customer
demands.
Provide
adequate
support
services to
faculty
teaching
6:00 A.M.
courses.
100%
replacement
of
equipment.
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Requesting
allocation of
funds to
cover 19 hrs
per week.
Current
copiers are
4 years old,
unreliable
and unable
to sustain
work
demands of
the area.
Requesting
allocation of
funds to cover
19 hours a week
to provide
Instructional
Service Center
to faculty
teaching 6:00
A.M. courses.
Identify
equipment to be
replaced.
Submit
requisition.
Purchase
equipment
using charge
back funds.
Monitor
Budget
appropriation is
being again
requested for FY
2009-10 to
successfully
complete planned
objective.
Successful
completion of
planned objective.
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Not implemented
due to lack of
funding.
Two new reliable,
state-of-the-art
photocopiers are
now available to
effectively meet ISC
customers demands.
Met
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Student Services
Coordinator, Property Control
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
delivery
schedule to
insure prompt
delivery. Install
and train staff.
One Part-Time
technician
@9.57/hr/52wee
k/9,455
161
11000-72001 Mail
Services
Challenge
of future
mail
communi
cation
tehcnolog
y
solultions/
Fuel
Resource
Obtain resource
allocation to
support
customer needs
operation, lower
processing and
support services
costs. To meet
fuel demands
for vehicle
departmental
fleet operation.
To provide
postal services
discounts to
District wide
organizations.
Increase
fuel
operational
budget to
meet market
demands.
100%
resource
allocation
for leasing
of mail
processing
equipment.
100%
budget
allocation
for vehicle
fuel
operation.
Mail
processing
equipment
leasing payback option
subsidized
by
surcharged
applied
from postal
discounts.
Resource
allocation
running at
60% of
Departmenta
l gasoline
consumption
.
Identify
Money requested for Not implemented
equipment and FY 09-10.
lack of funding.
lease payment
plan to be
institutionally
funded to apply
postal discounts
District wide.
2 ea. Pitney
Bowes Lease
Mailing
Machines/Year
$15,000.00
2 ea Pitney
Bowes Postal
Security
Device/Year $
1,500.00
Supplies to
operate Mailing
Machines $
1,100.00
Total New
money
requested:
$17,600
In Progress
8 /31/2010
Identify
Institutional
resources to
face fuel
consumption
supply and
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Student Services
Coordinator, Property Control
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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Expected Completion Date
demand.
Total New
money
requested for
Fuel allocation:
$4,500.00
162
11000-72010 Coordinat
or
Shipping
&
Receiving
FTE
Shipping
and
Receiving
Area/
Motorized
Hand
Pallet
Truck
Procure
resources to
ensure
continuance of
a quality service
Department
with cost
effectiveness
responsiveness
in the Auxiliary
Services Area.
Allocation of
funds to obtain
motorized pallet
to handle heavy
items to
continue safety
plan.
Resource
100%
None
allocation for funding for existance at
FTE./
FY 2007-08. this time.
Acquisition of
equipment.
To
Money requested for Not implemented
institutionally
FY 09-10.
lack of funding.
fund Shipping
and Receiving
FTE. Identify
targeted
motorized hand
pallet truck
heavy duty to
address safety
concerns of the
area.
In Progress
8 /31/2010
Total new
money
requested:
FTE:
$
19,685.00
Equipment:
$ 4,500.00
163
11000-72002 Coordinat
or
Property
Control
Forklift
Certificati
onOperati
on Safety
Certification of
Forklift
operators at
Property
Management
Control
Certification
of forklift
operators
100%
certification
.
50%
certified
Departmenta
l forklift
drivers
Training and
Certification
Classes.
164
11000-72006 ISC NWC
UpGrade
Copy
Equipmen
t
Upgrade
technology of
copy machines
and network
equipment.
Replace 2
each outdated
black and
white
photocopiers
with reliable
state of the art
equipment to
meet
100%
replacement
of
equipment.
Current
copiers are
4 years old,
unreliable
and unable
to sustain
work
demands of
the area.
Identify
Copy equipment
equipment to be upgraded.
replaced.
Submit
requisition.
Purchase
equipment
using charge
back funds.
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Employees in
Safe operation of
Property Control are forklift.
certified.
Provided better
customer service.
Met
Met
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Student Services
Coordinator, Property Control
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
customer
demands.
165
11000-72007 ISC MDP
UpGrade
Copy
Equipmen
t
Upgrade
technology of
copy machines
and network
equipment.
Replace 2
each outdated
black and
white
photocopiers
with reliable
state of the art
equipment to
meet
customer
demands.
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Monitor
delivery
schedule to
ensure prompt
delivery. Install
and train
personnel.
100%
replacement
of
equipment.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Current
copiers are
4 years old,
unreliable
and unable
to sustain
work
demands of
the area.
Identify
Successful
equipment to be completion of
replaced.
planned objective.
Submit
requisition.
Purchase
equipment
using charge
back funds.
Monitor
delivery
schedule to
ensure prompt
delivery. Install
and train
personnel.
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Acquired two new
state-of-the-art
photocopiers to
effectively meet
customer needs and
demands.
Met
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Student Services
Dean of Students
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
127
11000-68000 Dean of
Students
Lease
contract:
Xerox
Copier
Lease of Xerox
copier for Dean
of Students'
Office. Used
primarily for
file copies of
documents
processed
through this
office from the
seven report
areas under
Dean of
Students.
Xerox
copier
annual lease
agreement
9/1/07 to
8/31/08.
Prices are
fixed
through
lease
expiration
on
9/1/2010.
Includes
maintenance
agreement
(all parts
and labor),
and all
consumables
(except
paper).
A request sent
through our budget
proposal for
additional funds for
a Xerox copier was
denied due to no
funds being
available.
The Dean of
Students office will
request additional
funds for the Xerox
copier again next
year.
Withdrawn
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11000-68000 Dean of
Students
Increase
office
supply
budget
Increase the
total Supplies
Budget by
$1,000.00
(from $3,205 to
$4,205).
Two new
office
support staff
and
increased
workload
has
necessitated
an increase
in office
supplies.
The request for
additional funds for
our supplies budget
was not approved
due to no funding.
The Dean of
Students office will
again request
additional funds to
our supplies budget
Withdrawn
129
11000-68000 Dean of
Students
Increase
Travel
Pool
Increase Travel
Pool by $3,000
(from $1,048 to
$4,048) to
enable the Dean
of Students to
travel to at least
one conference
per year.
The Dean of
Students
currently
has no
money
budgeted for
out-of-town
conference
travel.
A request sent
through our budget
proposal for
additional funds for
our travel pool was
not approved due to
no funds being
available.
The Dean of
Students office will
request additional
funds for our travel
pool again next year.
Withdrawn
Adding
$3,000 to
the travel
budget
would allow
the Dean of
Students to
attend at
least one
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Student Services
Dean of Students
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
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Expected Completion Date
out-of-town
professional
development
conference
per year.
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Student Services
Director, Admissions
Plan
No.
139
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-62000 Admissio
ns and
Registrar
Plan
Name
Travel
Objective
Measure
To
appropriately
support
departmental
travel
requirement to
increase
performance
and efficiency
of department
and to provide
professional
development.
Presently, the
administrator
and one
Manager do not
claim-in-town
travel
reimbursement
(total in excess
of $1,000.00
annually) so
that lower staff
can be
reimbursed. An
additional
$3,500.00 is
needed to
support
professional
development of
Assistant
Registrars to
Texas
Association of
Collegiate
Registrars and
Admissions
Officers
(TACRAO) and
Texas
Association of
That enough
money is
allocated to
cover required
in-town travel
reimbursement
and out of
town travel
for
Administrator
and Assistants
to attend
professional
training and
meetings to
support
Mandated
changes.
Standard
Cover 10%
of travel
requirement
as compared
to actual
annual
expenditure
without
going in the
red.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Currently,
less than
50% of
required outof-town
travel is
budgeted.
There is not
enough
money to
send
Assistant
Registrars to
TACRAO,
SUMMIT or
TACE.
100% of intown travel
budget is
used with at
least an
additional
$1,000.00
annually of
in-town
travel
expense that
has never
been
submitted
for
reimburseme
nt. The
only
increase in
the previous
few years
has been for
mileage rate
increases for
in-town
travel.
Strategies
Allocate enough
money in travel
budget to cover
both required in
and out-of-town
travel.
Assessment Results
Note: Typo error in
"Standard for
Review Measures"reads cover 10%
should read "Cover
100% of travel
requirements".
Cannot correct at
this time on this
form.
Assessment is that
no additional travel
funding was not
provided.
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Covered travel
requirements with
budget transfers
from other areas.
Will continue to
follow budget
process for
requesting
additional funding
in the future.
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Student Services
Director, Admissions
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
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Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Continuing
Education
(TACE), and to
attend Texas
Common
Application and
other THECB
committee
meetings.
Participation at
these events is
needed for
EPCC to
maintain its
ability to stay
abreast of the
latest
technology,
provide the
BEST student
service, and to
be selected as
BETA site for
BANNER
upgrades and
other THECB
initiatives such
as the Apply
Texas Common
Application.
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Student Services
Director, Center for Students with Disabilities
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
To make
tutoring areas
accessible and
safe for
students/staff
when tutoring
Measure
Provide one
request to IT
Committee
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Will ensure
all proper
documentati
on is
attached to
the request.
no baseline
Present the
Has been
request to the IT accomplish by
Committee
securing new
computer desks and
chairs for the
tutoring areas.
Students have a
more comfortable
and inviting area in
which to be tutored
and for them to do
homework.
Met
Center
Replace old
for
office furniture
Students for staff
with
Disabilitie
s
Proved one
Will ensure
request to the all proper
IE Committee documentati
on is
attached to
the request
no baseline
Present the
Have acquired new
request to the IE desk, chairs and file
Committee
cabinets for most of
the staff.
Improved working
environment for the
staff.
Met
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
Center
for
Students
with
Disabilitie
s
Convert a 35
hour Clerk II
position to fulltime.
A full-time
position is
approved.
One fullFrom parttime Clerk II time to fulltime.
Present request Position has been
to the Viceapproved and is in
President of
the hiring process.
Student Services
Front desk reception
will have full-time
coverage instead of
having multiple
people filling in.
Met
143
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
Center
for
Student
with
Disabilitie
s
Convert a 35
hour Clerk II
position to a
full-time to a
Student
Assistant III
position.
A full-time
position is
approved
One fulltime
Student
Assistant III
From parttime to fulltime.
Present request
to the VicePresident of
Student Services
We will have a fulltime person
performing the job
duties.
Met
144
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
Center
for
Students
with
Disabilitie
s
A full-time
Convert a 35
hour Clerk III to position is
approved
full-time Clerk
III position.
One fulltime Clerk
III
From parttime to fulltime
Present request Position has been
to the Viceapproved and is in
President of
the hiring process.
Student Services
We will have fulltime person
managing the
confidential student
records.
Met
145
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
Center
for
Students
with
Disabilitie
s
Convert a 35
hour Lab
Assistant I to a
full-time Lab
Assistant II.
A full-time
position is
approved.
One fulltime Lab
Assistant II
From parttime to fulltime
Present request Position has been
to the Viceapproved and is in
President of
the hiring process.
Student Services
The lab area will
have a full-time
person assisting in
the managing of the
five CSD technology
labs.
Met
146
11000-64001 Center
Center
To request one
A full-time
One full-
No
Present request
140
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
Center
for
Students
with
Disabilitie
s
141
11000-64001 Center
for
Students
w/ Disab
142
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
This has been
changed to a fulltime Clerk III and
has been approved.
Position in the
hiring process.
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Student Services
Director, Center for Students with Disabilities
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
for
Students
w/ Disab
Plan
Name
Objective
new Interpreter
for
Students II position
with
Disabilitie
s
Measure
position
approved
Standard
Baseline
time
Interpreter II
Interpreter II position
position
exists
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Assessment Results
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Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
to the VicePresident of
Student Services
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Student Services
Director, Physical Plant
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
147
11000-76002 Facilities
Constructi
on
Overtime
To support with
on-going in
house
construction/ren
ovation
projects,
requires for
personnel to
work after 5 pm
and/or
weekends.
Functional
identificationa
l of critical
work
demands to
maintain
workforce to
face
operational
challenges.
148
11000-76002 Facilities
Constructi
on
Supplies
Increase present
due to on-going
in house
projects.
149
11000-76002 Facilities
Constructi
on
Equipmen Replacement of
old equipment.
t
150
11000-76002 Facilities
Constructi
on
Having a
Additiona Need of a
l Space
warehouse/carpe secure area
for
nter shop.
tools/materials
.
Standard
Baseline
Submit
interoffice
form for
overtime for
supervisor's
approval.
Strategies
Obtain funding
for overtime
pool.
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
No additional funds
were provided
None
Not Met
Completion of On going
construction/re process.
novation
projects.
Obtain
No additional funds
additional
were provided.
funding for
materials/suppli
es needed for
on-going
construction/ren
ovation projects.
None
Not Met
Purchase of
HP Design Jet
Printer (42inch printer)
& LYNX
vinyl cutter.
Purchase of
Printer purchased.
printer & cutter.
Plots for drawings
are now available.
Renovate
No additional space
existing
provided.
Shipping &
Receiving at
VV M Bldg to
accommodate
for storage of
construction/car
pentry
materials/tools.
None
Current
printer (9+
years) is
obsolete and
cutter is 12+
years, parts
are obsolete
and very
hard to
locate.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
In need of a
warehouse/c
arpenter
shop to
repair and
store
construction
materials
needed for
everyday
construction
activities.
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Met
Not Met
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Student Services
Director, Physical Plant
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
151
11000-76012 Automoti
ve Sleet
Maintena
nce
Fleet
Maintena
nce
Increase present
budget due to
increase of
college vehicles
maintenance.
Performance
of college
vehicles
motorcycles.
On going
process
152
11000-76005 Custodial
Custodial
With the ongoing
construction of
new
offices/departme
nts (ASC B
Bldg) or
renovations of
existing offices,
this will require
additional
janitorial
services/supplies
by current
contractor/vendo
rs.
Expand
janitorial
services for
students,
faculty and
staff in the
expansion of
facilities.
Funding
will ensure
continuance
of quality
and timely
service.
153
11000-76000 Director
Physical
Plant
Supplies
Increase present
due to increase
in gas prices.
To provide
better quality
services
district wide.
On going
process
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Baseline
Obtain
additional
funding in
order to
continue
with the
maintenance
of
vehicles/mot
orcycles.
College is
expecting to
obtain 20
additional
vehicles this
year which
will request
additional
maintenance.
Obtain
additional
funding due
to gasoline
price
increases,
during 2005-
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Obtain
No additional
additional
funding provided.
funding in order
to continue with
the maintenance
of
vehicles/mortoc
ycles.
None
Obtain
additional
funding for
custodial
budget.
Obtained funding.
Janitorial contractor
was able to provide
service to new areas.
Obtaining
funding for
supplies.
No additional
funding provided.
None
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Expected Completion Date
Not Met
Met
Not Met
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Student Services
Director, Physical Plant
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
06 Physical
Plant
expenditure
was
approximatel
y $68,000.
2006-07
predicted
expenditure
$75,000.
154
11000-76007 Operating
Grounds
Supplies
Increase due to
additional
acreage.
Beautification On going
of campuses process
district wide
Obtain
additional
funding due
to additional
acreage and
price
increase in
the
materials
needed,
Obtaining
funding for
supplies.
No additonal
funding provided.
155
11000-76008 Electricity
Supplies
Increase present
budget for
electricity cost.
To provide
better quality
services
district wide.
On going
process
Electricity
will increase
due to the
additional
square
footage in
offices/depar
tments at
the ASC B
Bldg.
Obtaining
funding for
supplies.
EPCC was able to
Continued to
pay for increased
provide utility
utility consumption. services to all
facilities district
wide.
Met
156
11000-76009 Gas
Supplies
Increase present
budget for gas
cost.
To provide
better quality
services
district wide.
On going
process.
Gas will
increase due
to the
additional
square
footage in
offices/depar
tments at
the ASC B
Bldg.
Obtain funding
for supplies.
EPCC was able to
Continued to
pay for increased
provide utility
utility consumption. services to all
facilities district
wide.
Met
157
11000-76010 Water/Se
Supplies
Increase present
To provide
On going
Water/sewag
Obtaining
EPCC was able to
Met
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Continued to
Not Met
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Student Services
Director, Physical Plant
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
wage
Plan
Name
Objective
budget for
Water/Sewage.
Measure
better quality
services
district wide.
Standard
process.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
e will
increase due
to the
additional
square
footage in
offices/depar
tment at the
ASC B Bldg.
Strategies
funding for
supplies.
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
pay for increased
provide utility
utility consumption. services to all
facilities district
wide.
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Student Services
Director, Police Department
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Request additional
money to cover the
expense in the
overtime budget, as
well as the
redeployment of
existing police
resources to cover as
many events as
possible without
additional cost.
136
11000-61001 Police
Departme
nt
ASC
Staffing
Addition
Plan
The plan
objective is to
increase police
staffing at the
Administrative
Service Center
by two sworn
police officers.
Effectiveness
will be
measured by
the addition
of two sworn
police officers
to the staffing
table and by
assigning the
two additional
officers to the
ASC.
The
addition and
assigning of
two sworn
officers to
the ASC to
work a total
of 80 hours
per week.
Currently
one security
guard is
assigned to
the ASC for
40 hours per
week.
Add two sworn
Police Officer I
positions to the
EPCC Police
Department
Staffing Table
for fiscal year
2007 -2008.
Additional personnel
were not approved.
This resulted in an
increase in the
amount of
expenditures in the
overtime budget.
137
11000-72008 Safety
Office
Campus
Fire
Wardens
To implement a
program that
will utilize
trained
volunteers to
assist the EPCC
Police
Department
during
emergency
evacuation of
college
buildings.
Calculate the
number of
trained
volunteers at
the
completion of
the program.
To have 30
trained
volunteers
district-wide
at the end of
the first year.
Currently
there are no
trained Fire
Warden
volunteers.
Announcements
for volunteers
will be
periodically
sent out by the
Safety Office
using a variety
of mediums.
Training
sessions will be
scheduled at
each campus
during different
hours to
accommodate
varying
volunteer
schedules.
The safety office has Not Applicable.
not been a part of
the Police
Department for the
last fiscal year.
138
L31001-31001 Vehicle
Registrati
on
Use of
To improve the
Electronic issuance of
parking
Ticketing citations and
Devices
related
processing
procedures
through the use
of electronic
hand-held
ticketing units.
By the
addition of
five new
electronic
hand-held
ticketing
devices.
Five units
within one
year would
equate to a
100%
change.
There are
currently no
handheld
ticketing
units being
utilized by
the EPCC
Police
Department.
The five handheld units will
be purchased
and then
training will be
conducted that
will include all
personnel who
will be using
the units on a
regular basis.
Only four handheld
units were
purchased.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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The use of the
handheld units
expedited the input
of traffic citations
into the Cardinal
Traffic System.
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Not Met
Not Met
Met
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Student Services
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
130
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
High
School
Graduatin
g Senior
Workshop
s
Expansion of
graduating
"Senior Day @
EPCC"
workshops.
Invite 1,000
high school
seniors to a
full-day event
at EPCC.
Host one
high school
from each
of the
twelve
regional
districts.
1) Senior Mail- Did not receive
Out project to
funding for this
include all
objective.
graduating
seniors.
2) Conduct
tours of EPCC
campuses.
3) Coordinate
informative
presentations of
programs and
services offered
by EPCC.
4) Expose high
school seniors
to the many
facets of EPCC.
5) Conduct
admissions
application
workshops.
131
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
EPCC
High
School
Administr
ator/Teac
her
Inservice
Establish EPCC
inservice days
with school
districts and
invite for
participation
and training.
Coordinate
invitational
inservice
workshops for
high school
administrators
and staff.
One school
from each
of the
twelve
regional
district will
participate.
1) Coordinate a
mutually
productive day
for both
institutions to
hold in-service
at EPCC.
2) Coordinate
and conduct
EPCC
presentations
and workshops.
3) Conduct
campus tours.
100% Completed
with Sierra Blanca
& Dell City School
Districts. Results
benefited both
partnerships the ISD
personnel & EPCC
staff in creating
close professional
bonds.
Practice to be
continued with other
Independent School
Districts.
Met
132
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
Recruitme Expand annual
nt Fairs
EPCC
Recruitment
Fairs.
Increase
participation/r
ecruiting
contacts at
Recruitment
Fairs.
Participate
in twelve
Recruitment
Fairs during
the fiscal
year.
1) Include
admission
application
booth section.
2) Create EPCC
banners,
Even though we did
not receive funding
100% completed i.e,
new "Quick Help",
new "Middle School
Handouts" new
Were able to
outreach middle
schools and the
gerneral population
with professional
marketing
Met
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Not Met
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Student Services
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
handouts,
advertising
programs.
"Recruitment" flyers information.
and orderd banners.
Objective's Status
133
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
Internatio
nal
Student
Recruitme
nt
Initiative
Actively recruit
seniors at
"preparatorias"
located in
Juarez, Mexico.
Visit and hold
recruitment
activities in
Juarez
"preparatorias"
(high
schools) and
Education
Fairs.
Visit high
schools in
Juarez,
Mexico and
participate
in two (2)
Educational
Fairs.
1) Contact high
schools in
Juarez, Mexico.
2) Conduct
presentations to
seniors.
3) Participate in
educational
fairs.
These efforts have
ceased in lieu of the
dangerous drug
cartel activity in the
country.
Not Met
134
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
Expand
Dual
Credit
Expand Dual
Credit Program
to include all
regional high
schools with
emphasis on
rural areas.
Implement
program at all
EPISD high
schools to
include
Austin HS
and all rural
schools i.e.
Tornillo and
Sierra Blanca.
100% full
implementati
on of dual
credit at all
rural high
schools in
the region.
1) Conduct
Dual Credit
workshops for
administrators
and interested
teachers.
2) Conduct
student parent
application
orientation
workshops.
3) Coordinate
onsite Testing
and advising
sessions.
4) Complete
enrollment and
registration
process.
5) Coordinate
onsite New
Orientation
sessions.
6) Present Dual
Credit
achievement
certificates and
honor cords to
all graduating
seniors earning
Completed 100%
without additional
funding with cost of
certificates and
cords covered by VP
of Student
Services/Presidents
office.
Met
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Student Services
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
dual credits at
respective
graduation
ceremonies.
135
11000-67001 Recruitme
nt &
School
Relations
High
School
Senior
Early
Enrollmen
t
registratio
n
Initiative
Conduct early
enrollment
registration for
high school
seniors.
Pilot at least
two (2) school
districts
within the
twelve
regional
districts.
The
successful
pilot results
for early
registration
could bring
additional
student
enrollment.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
1) Coordinate
with high
schools for web
registration.
2) Process
necessary
paperwork for
registration.
3) Coordinate
meeting with
high school
counselors for
early enrollment
registration of
high school
seniors.
4) Conduct
early
registration
workshops on
site or
corresponding
EPCC campus.
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Student Services
Director, Student Leadership and Activities
Plan
No.
1
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-52400 Director
Student
Leadershi
p&
Campus
Life
Plan
Name
FullTime
Employm
ent
Objective
Measure
Standard
Increase of two Hiring of staff N/A
part-time
members.
positions to fulltime.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
N/A
Strategies
Submission of
appropriate
paperwork for
hire.
Assessment Results
Two part-time
positions were
approved for full
funding. 80%
institutional funding
and 20% support
from the Student
Government
Association.
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Hired one full-time
employee at the
Mission Del Paso
campus to provided
full time services
and activities to
students.
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Met
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Student Services
Director, Student Success
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
250
11000-12015 Director,
Student
Success
Student
Success
To ensure
equitable
tutoring
services for
students at all
campuses.
All five of the
institution
tutoring
centers will
have a
database to
track student
participation.
251
11000-12015 Director,
Student
Success
Student
Success
To support the
efforts of the
Developmental
Education
Council and
Developmental
Education
Standing
Committees by
addressing the
following items
on the
Developmental
Education
Strategic Plan:
*1.1 and 1.2 To
recruit more
developmental
education
students and to
provide
alternative
programming
through a
Summer
Bridging
activity. * Item
1.3 To increase
the numbers of
full-time
Developmental
A final report An increase No current
will be
of classes
baseline
compiled.
being taught data exists.
by full-time
faculty
teaching
development
al courses.
The four
campuses
that do not
currently
have a
database
will
implement
one.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Currently
only one of
the tutoring
centers has
a database
that tracks
student
participaton
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Develop an
Access database
and have it on
the college
server. Each
campus tutoring
center will have
a designated
person or
persons to input
data on a daily
basis.
Information will
be requested
from
Instititutional
Research office.
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Student Services
Director, Student Success
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Number of
campuses
served
To have
fully
functioning
services at
each
campus.
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
Education
faculty by
preparing a
report on the
numbers of fulltime and parttime faculty
teaching
Developmental
Education
classes and the
impact of fulltime vs parttime instructors.
252
11000-12014 Student
Success
Student
Success
Initiative
To expand the
pre-testing and
post-testing
services
provided by the
Developmental
Education
Initiative--Title
V (soon to
become PREP
program) to all
five campuses.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
In the past
services
were
available
only at
Transmounta
in and Valle
Verde
To reassign
staff and to
monitor the
need for more
staff.
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Student Services
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
122
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-63005 GED
Testing
Plan
Name
Marketing
: GED
Prove
Yourself
Objective
Marketing the
benefits of
obtaining a
GED to the
community by
placing
testimonial
posters of GED
graduates in
business city
wide.
Measure
Whether or
not the
numbers of
individuals
taking the
GED have
increased
from the
previous year.
Standard
Baseline
Increase the
number of
GED tests
by 10%
over the
2006-2007
academic
year.
Number of
individuals
tested in
2006-2007
is unknown
until
August. 31,
2007.
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Strategies
Assessment Results
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1. Request
meeting with
GED
Coordinator and
VP of Student
Services to
discuss
marketing plan
and define any
legality issues
with marketing
plan.
2. Create a
committee to
oversee the
GED marketing
plan to be
chaired by the
GED
Coordinator.
3. Contact
supporting
GED agencies
to let them
know of the
GED marketing
plan.
4. Request list
of interested
GED graduates
from the
agencies.
5. Contact and
interview
potential
candidates and
secure any
documents
needed to use
candidates
information city
wide.
6. Create a
GED staff entered El
Paso area GED
graduates into a
contest at the state
level. Edward
Thomas III and
Maria Luisa
Hernandez were
selected by the GED
state office to be
GED poster
graduates and were
asked to speak at the
GED State
Conference held in
Austin, TX. There
was not a 10%
increase in our GED
tests.
Posters and
calendars were made
of the two
candidates. They
were given to
prospective GED
candidates. The
posters and
calendars were given
to agencies who we
serve as a marketing
tool to promote
students to get their
GED creditial.
Maria Luisa and
Edward were asked
to give their
testimonies locally
to encourage dropout students to get
their GED diploma.
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Student Services
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
The database was
created to track the
students who were
not in the Banner
system. Testing
Services coordinated
with other
departments to
complete the
admissions process
and ensure the
student's
information is
entered into the
Banner system.
Admissions,
Recruitment and
Testing Services
reviewed the intake
process of new
students and worked
together on a new
process that would
provide time for
student's
applications to be
recorded into
Banner prior to
testing. There are no
longer DNE's (do
not exist in the
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
committee to
select five GED
graduates to be
used in
marketing plan.
7. Inquire costs
of posters with
the Marketing
Department and
request if they
can provide
funds for the
posters.
8. Print and
distribute
posters to
participating
agencies and to
business
locations citywide.
9. Request AEP
to fund GED
marketing plan
if not supported
by Marketing
Department.
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11000-63003 Alt.
Testing /
Accuplace
r
Tracking
System
for
Students
Tested
but Are
Not in
Banner
System
Identify, track
and provide
pertinent
departmental
offices
(Admissions,
Recruitment,
Dual Credit
Counselor and
Dual Credit
Coordinator)
with a DNE (do
not exist) list of
students who
have been
tested and are
Reduce the
number of
DNE
students. .
Work
together
with other
departments
to resolve
DNE's list
and enter
test scores
into the
system or
identify
students
who have
not
submitted
an
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
There are
various
DNE's files
stored in file
cabinets
district-wide.
1. Define how
DNE student
test scores are
currently being
handled districtwide.
2. Determine
the quantity of
DNE students.
3. Solicit input
from staff for
development of
database.
4. Create two
databases:
Regular and
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Student Services
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
not in the
Banner system.
124
11000-63001 Testing
Services
Credit by
Exam
Continue
Education
Informati
Provide
orientation
sessions about
credit by exam
options
available at
Whether or
not the
orientations
were
conducted
and how
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
application.
Dual Credit.
5. Assessment
Coordinator and
Program
Assistant will
manage
databases.
6. Provide
pertinent
departments
with DNE's list.
7. Resolve
problem, enter
test scores and
delete name
from database
on a weekly
basis.
8. DNE
students who
does not have
an application
on file will be
identified
9. Database
comment field
will identify no application
on file (if
applicable)
10. DNE
students will
remain in
database for
two years and
then will be
deleted
Orientation There have
sessions was never been
conducted.
any credit
by exam
orientations
provided to
1. Contact
Coordinators of
Fire Tech and
Police Academy
to offer credit
by exam
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Use of Results
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Expected Completion Date
system) students.
Instructor Services
staff provided CLEP
and DSST
workshops for the
Police Academy and
Fire Tech students at
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firemen candidates
were better informed
of the services that
were available to
them.
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Student Services
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
125
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-63003 Alt.
Testing /
Accuplace
r
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
on
Briefings
EPCC to the
Fire Tech and
Law
Enforcement
programs.
many
attended.
Dual
Credit
ACCUPL
ACER
Units
Expenses
Funding for
ACCUPLACER
units used for
Dual Credit
testing.
Students tested
at their High
School are not
charged for
ACCUPLACER
units.
Administration
of testing
students in
area High
Schools
interested in
enrolling in
the Dual
Credit
Program
coordinated
by the
Recruitment
Department or
by the Dual
Credit
Counselor.
Standard
Testing
Services
provides
continuous
Dual Credit
testing at
area High
Schools
yearly.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Fire Tech or
Law
Enforcement
programs.
orientations to
their students.
2. Setup a dates
for orientation
briefing
2. Reserve
appropriate
meeting areas
and audio
visual
equipment
necessary to
make a positive
information
orientation.
3. Obtain the
lastest
information
(about CLEP,
DSST, and
Proficiency
Tests) available
to incorporate
into orientation
session.
the Valle Verde and
Mission del Paso
campuses in
February and April,
2008.
Approximately 45
students were in
attendence for the
workshops.
Continuous
support for
the
President's
Dual Credit
Program
Initative
1. Recruitment
secures all
necessary
paperwork from
interested Dual
Credit student
from area High
Schools
2. Recruitment
provides
Testing
Services with
roster of
students to test
3. DC students
are tested at
area High
Schools using
Dual Credit testing
is free of charge for
the initial testing.
Students are charged
for retesting. The
College Board has
raised their costs
from $1.35 to $1.75.
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No additional
monies have been
provided for Dual
Credit testing fees.
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Student Services
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
ACCUPLACER
testing units
4. DC student
test scores are
given to the DC
Counselor for
advising
5. Testing
Services enters
DC test scores
enter into
Banner system
126
11000-63005 GED
Testing
Travel for To attend the
Mandated GED Texas
Annual
Attendanc Conference for
the Chief
e to the
Examiner and
GED
the GED
Texas
Coordinator
Annual
Conferenc
e
EPCC
operates the
only GED
testing center
in the entire
El Paso area
TEA GED
office
mandates
attendance
at the GED
Texas
Annual
Conference
in order to
continue
operating as
a GED
testing
center.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Previously
the Chief
Examiner
was funded
under the
Testing
Services
department
GED budget
(63001) and
the GED
Coordinator
was funded
under the
GED budget
(63005).
With
increase
travel costs
(for both in
and out of
town), there
are not
enough
funds to
cover the
Chief
Examiner
from the
Testing
Services
1. Determine
GED travel expenses Request for
GED Texas
have not been
additional funds as
Annual
increased.
not been granted.
Conference date
2. Work-up
costs for trip
and submit for
VP of Student
Services
approval
3. Attend
conference to
gain knowledge
of the new
GEDTS polices
and mandated
updates for 2008
4. After
conference
schedule
meeting with
GED Alternate
Chief
Examiners and
staff to discuss
updates
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Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
department
budget and
there is a
need to have
this funded
through the
GED budget
.
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Student Services
Vice President, Student Services
Plan
No.
121
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-12003 Vice
President,
Student
Services
Plan
Name
Physical
Plant's
Restructur
e
Objective
Measure
Assist with the
Complete
reorganization/re within next
structure of the five months.
Physical Plant
Division/Areas.
Standard
Finalize
manager job
description
and
reporting
structure.
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Baseline
Strategies
Meet with
Director of
Physical Plant,
Construction,
Engineer,
Managers, etc.
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Physical Plant has
been moved to the
Executive Assistant
to the President Area.
Vice President met
on a weekly basis
with Director of
Physical Plant and
with the Executive
Assistant to the
President to bring all
involved up to speed
and ensure smooth
transition of
Physical Plant move
from Vice President
of Student Services
to Executive
Assistant to the
President.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Coordinator, Contract Opportunities Center
Plan
No.
173
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-41001 Con Op
Ctr
PTAC
Match
Plan
Name
Contract
Opportuni
ties
Center
Objective
Provide high
quality
Procurement
Technical
Assistance to
business clients
seeking
contracting
opportunities
with
government
entities.
Measure
Goals set are
met or
exceeded
Standard
80% of
goals have
been met
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Baseline
Provide
Procurement
Technical
Assistance
to 400
clients
Strategies
Conduct one-onone counseling
and continue
community
outreach
through
workshops,
seminars,
conferences and
through the
development of
community
partnerships.
Assessment Results
Achieved 105% of
Goal in that 423
clients were served,
conducted 93.33%
of outreach goal
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made to increase
outreach
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Coordinator, Literacy Programs
Plan
No.
178
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-42402 Workforc
e Literacy
Plan
Name
Objective
In support of
Beyond
the Basics the commitment
made between
EPCC and
Adult
Education
programs of our
community (El
Paso Area
Consortium
comprised of
EPISD--San
Jacinto, Clint,
San Elizario);
Socorro Adult
Learning Center
(SISD), and
Ysleta
Community
Learning Center
(YISD), for El
Paso
Community
College to take
the lead by
jointly
developing and
implementing
courses/worksho
ps that will
improve the
learners'
College
knowledge,
retention, and
success in
preparation for
vocational and
academic
settings.
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Enroll at
EPCC in the
developed
courses/works
hops a cohort
of 30 students
from the
Adult
Education
areas by
November
2007.
To be
determined
by the % of
students
who
completed
the jointly
developed
courses/work
shops by the
Adult
Education
programs
and EPCC.
New
initiative-to be
determined
after the
first series
of
courses/work
shops.
1.
Collaboratively
design, develop,
and implement
a series of
courses/worksho
ps with the area
Adult
Education
Programs and
EPCC faculty.
2. Conduct
workshops at
the Adult
Education sites
for at least 300
students.
3. Recruit a
cohort of 30
students from
the
participating
Adult
Education
Programs into
EPCC.
4. Conduct
courses and
workshops for a
cohort of
students at
EPCC by
November 2007.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Assessment Results
EPCC Literacy
Programs met the
objective of jointly
developing and
implementing
courses/workshops
with only one
member of the El
Paso Area
Consortium, San
Jacinto Adult
Learning Center.
The other members
decided to defer
participation at this
time. By November
2007, sixteen
students were
enrolled in the first
course, "Exploring
College" taught
collaborately at San
Jacinto, and a cohort
of eight students
enrolled in and
successfully
completed the
course Next Step:
Transition into
College 2008.
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Based on the
evaluation by the
National College
Transition Network
and the limited
participation of the
Adult Learning
Centers, strategies
were revised by midyear. The revised
strategies included:
1) EPCC to
implement
workshops on AE
sites as requested;
2) EPCC to
redesign, develop,
and implement the
course/workshops at
different intensities
at the EPCC site; 3)
develop and
implement a
Scholarship
Program, and 4)
assist, support, and
follow a cohort
entering
postsecondary
(EPCC/UTEP).
EPCC faculty took
the lead in Reading,
Writing,
Career/College
workshops, and San
Jacinto Adult
Learning faculty
took the lead in
Math. EPCC
Literacy Programs
faculty also took the
lead in teacher
preparation through
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Coordinator, Literacy Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
the Far West Great
Center and/or
individual Adult
Learning Center
Programs. In
summary, based on
NCTN's evaluation,
revisions occurred
and the changes
made in the
strategies delayed
the implementation
process with San
Jacinto.
Additionally, the
number of
participants in the
orientations were
35. The original
number to attend
orientations was 300
participants but only
one site (San
Jacinto) played an
active role, thus the
lower number of
participants.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Objective
Measure
With the hiring
of a new
Director the
plan is to
develop new
programs that
will introduce
new technology
as requested by
the community.
Two programs
that are being
explored are
Processing and
Nanotechnology
Implementatio
n of the
certificate of
completion
and maybe
Associate's
Degree
programs
New
curriculum
to be
developed
through the
ATC faculty
or
consultants.
Establish an
advisory
committee
for the two
new
programs
being
researched
Host advisory
committee
meetings with
members of the
community to
assist in the
development of
these programs.
Continue to
meet with
Greater
Chamber of
Commerce,
REDCO,
Mayor's
Economic
Development in
assessing
training needs
for the
community to
meet the
mandate from
the influx of
new companies
establishing in
El Paso as a
result of BRAC
The Advisory
Committees
goal is to give
us their input
to ensure we
are teaching
the latest
technology in
each program
and to discuss
the need of
"new
technology
Programs" at
ATC
Change
existing
membership
and
establish
new ATC
committee
Review the
current
membership
of each
committee
and add new
members as
deemed
necessary
Contacting
present and
"new" managers
in the
community.
253
11000-42403 ATC VV
New
Programs
254
11000-42403 ATC VV
Advisory Review all
Committe advisory
es
committees
presently
established at
the Advanced
Technology
Center and
revisit the
membership.
Add/delete
membership to
include new
companies to
review the
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
Expected Completion Date
curriculum for
each respective
departments in
the Advanced
Technology
Center.
Establish a
"new advisory
Committee" for
the Advanced
Technology
Center to
discuss addition
or deletion of
our programs.
255
11000-42403 ATC VV
Increase the
Increase
enrollmen enrollment at
ATC by
t
meeting with
companies to
offer new
courses. Meet
with school
districts to
establish new
dual credit
programs
Increase the
present
enrollment in
the various
programs
existing at the
ATC.
Introduce new
courses to
increase
enrollment
Rewriting of
present
courses and
writing of
new
curriculum
and
advertising
appropriate
in a variety
of places
should
increase
enrollment.
Certification
of New
programs
with the
Upper Rio
Grande will
also assist in
the increase
of
enrollment
A minimum
of 10%
increase
enrollment
will be the
standard
used for this
objective
Meet with
community
partners,
advertise
appropriately
and meet with
school districts
and
organizations
256
11000-42403 ATC VV
Diesel
Plan to
Mechanic introduce new
Program curriculum in
Introduction
of the new
courses and
Increase the
number of
courses
Presently
there are no
courses
Meet with the
community
agencies to
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
257
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-42403 ATC VV
Plan
Name
MicroElectro
Mechanic
al
Systems
(MEMS)
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
this program to
include a
bilingual
component.
The program
will be
introduced to
Upper Rio
Grande to start
the new series
of courses.
Work with local
agencies to
offer courses for
their training
needs; such as,
Sun Metro,
School
Districts, etc
introduction
of new
courses for
agencies
taught for
community
to meet their
training
needs.
taught for
the
community
partners.
The
introduction
of courses
will meet
the needs of
this
community
in terms of
training
programs.
offer these new
courses
Continue to
meet with
UTEP, New
Mexico State,
Central NM
Community
College, Sandia,
White Sands
Missile Range
to create a
MEMS program
@ ATC
Explore and
Create a
Certificate of
Completion if
the
community
identifies a
need for this
program in
the community
Write and
received
approval for
the program
This
program
does not
exist @ El
Paso
Community
College
Establish an
advisory
committee and
conduct a
survey to
identify whether
there is a need
for MEMS in
the El Paso
County
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Business Programs and Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
180
11000-42204 CE
Office
Technolo
gy
Market Office
Increase
enrollmen Technology to
new markets in
t
order to
increase
enrollment
3% increase
in students
attending the
program
2007/2008
Increase in
number of
students by
end of
summer
2008
Approximate
ly 200
students per
year
currently
Work with
Texas
Workforce
Commission,
ETPS (Eligible
Training
Provider
Systems) thru
David Olivas.
Students will
come into the
program
through this
system.
Market program
with Flyers to
Fort Bliss
through their
Education
Office and
ACAP - Army
Career and
Alumni
Program at the
Transition
Center at Fort
Bliss.
Over the period in
question enrollment
has increased by
2.5%. We have
steadily increasing
enrollment and
should meet the 3%
goal in the next
assessment period.
The extra marketing
has enabled us to see
where our students
are coming from.
We are finding that
more professional
people are using
Office Technology
to upgrade specific
computer skills.
In Progress
181
11000-42601 N/C
Business
Programs
Update
offerings
in
Business
Programs
Monitor and
update
programs in the
Business
programs
division.
Diversify by
making classes
shorter to
encourage
potential
students.
Check all
course
offerings.
Update where
necessary.
Split long
classes into
two or three
sections in
order to make
them more
appealing to
potential
students.
Courses
updated.
Some
additional
courses
offered.
On-going
process.
New
objective for
2007/08
Seek input from
faculty and
from pertinent
Advisory
Committees.
Survey students
(in classes) to
elicit future
needs.
We have deleted
some programs and
added others. We
have shortened some
courses to
accommodate
student needs and
this has prooved
successful.
We have a better
feel for the needs of
our students and
modifying some of
the courses has
prooved beneficial
and encouraged
enrollment.
Met
182
12170-73243 Custom
Hire
Hire additional
Actively
More
On-going.
Work with our
We have hired 2
Ability to offer
Met
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Business Programs and Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Broker
183
12195-S12195 CE
Computer
Programs
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
additional instructors in
the real estate
instructor area, so that we
can offer more
s
classes.
recruit real
estate
instructors
that meet the
qualifications
required by
the program.
courses
offered to
meet the
demand.
Upgrade
lab
assistant
position
Increase of 5
hours to lab
assistant
position
40 hour full- 35 hour
time lab
current
assistant
work week
for lab
assistant
Make 35 hour
lab assistant
position into a
full-time lab
assistant
position. This
is required to an
increase in the
use of the labs
that are served
by the lab
assistant.
Classrooms are
being used day
and night.
Also, lab
assistant
maintains the
Office
Technology
Program Lab.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
The demand
for real
estate
classes is
very high.
We need
more
qualified
instructors
to meet the
current
demand.
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current faculty
to recruit at
least 1 or 2
more instructors
for the
program. We
need to offer
more real estate
classes than we
are offering at
the present.
With 2 more
instructors we
can double CE
offerings.
additional real estate
instructors, and have
2 more potential real
estate instructors
lined up for future
classes.
different real estate
classes which are
not being offered by
the credit program.
1. Seek AVP
approval. Work
load is more
than 35 hours
for current
position.
2. Work
within budget
for funding.
Full-time CE Lab
Coordinator was
hired in October
2008.
CE Lab Coordinator
has additional duties
in new classroom at
the ASC B Building
and upgraded
classrooms at ATC.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Health
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
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174
12114-S12114 Massage
Therapy
FullTime
Faculty
Hire a full-time
faculty member
to teach and
coordinate
massage
therapy
program. This
action will save
on faculty
salary expenses.
Faculty
100%
member hired
Currently
there are no
full-time
faculty in
the program
Massage
Faculty member
Therapy is a
hired.
self-supporting
budget. The
faculty
member's salary
and benefits
will come from
student tuition.
Funding will
come from parttime instructor
pool.
Full-time faculty is
serving a
coordinator to plan
and schedule
massage therapy
offerings.
Met
175
11000-42301 CE Health
Phleboto
my
Accreditat
ion
National
accreditation
for phlebotomy
course.
Accreditation Full
from
accreditation
NAACLS
(National
Acreditation
Agency for
Clinical
Laboratory
Science)
Currently
the course is
not
accredited.
Full-time
The accreditation
instructor will process was not
be paid an
completed.
overload to
work on the selfstudy. Cost of
accreditation is
approximately
$1,300 plus site
visit. Current
funds will be
used.
Will continue the
process when a new
full-time faculty
member is hired.
Not Met
176
11000-42313 CE EMT
New
Budgets
To create two
new selfsupporting
budgets to
manage the
growing
requests for CE
EMT courses.
New selfsupporting
budgets
established
Currently
there is a
institutional
budget to
support
CE/EMT.
Because of
the steady
increase in
enrollment,
the budget
has not kept
up with
additional
revenues
and
expenses.
The
Two self-supporting
institutional
budgets were
budget will be established.
closed. Two
new budgets
will be created.
One for tuition,
faculty salaries,
and expenses.
The other is a
pass-through
budget from
which books
will be
purchased. No
overhead should
be charged to
Tuition is directed
into one of the
budgets and book
fees are directed into
the other.
Met
100%
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Health
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
By creating
two new
selfsupporting
budgets, the
program
will be able
to grow
without
having a
yearly
budget
deficit.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Personal Enrichment
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
Objective's Status
177
11000-42111 Young
Peoples
College
Science
and
Fundame
ntal
Courses
To obtain new
method of
delivery to
enhance and
promote
science/math to
our youth.
We will revise
the academic
courses and
reorganize all
fundamental
courses.
The courses
will be
included in
the 20072008 CE
schedule.
On going
program
development
.
1. Consult with
educators in the
math and
science area
2. Research
what is new and
popular among
youth
3. Partnering
with Mad
Science of El
Paso
4. Two new
courses in the
academic area
will be added to
the 2007-2008
CE schedule
Within the Math and
Science field, four
new courses were
offered at two
campus locations.
The Science and
Math courses
generated a 2%
increase in our
enrollment.
Met
263
11000-42102 CE
Personal
Enrichme
nt
On-Line
Classes
To expand
enrichment online courses.
5-10 on-line
course will
added to Fall
2007 and
Spring 2008
semesters
Due to
increase of
PC's in most
homes, online courses
have
become
popular.
This should
also
increase
enrollment.
On going
program
development
.
Five new
courses in
leisure activities
and self
improvement
will be included
in the Fall 2007
and Spring
2008 schedule.
The department has
expanded on-line
course offerings to
30. Two new online vendors are
included in our CE
schedule.
On-line course are
becoming more
popular in our
community. This
results in an increase
in enrollment.
Met
264
11000-42202 CE
Industry
Training
GIS
To develop and
implement
Geographical
Information
System courses.
Two new GIS
courses will
be added to
this area and
should
increase
enrollment by
2%.
Due to
advance
technology,
this new
system is
needed by
several
industries.
On going
program
development
.
A. Idenfity
instructor
B. Purchase
software
C. Place in CE
schedule
After purchasing the I dropped this course
software and
from the program.
advertised for
recruitment, this
class was not
successful in getting
enrollment.
Met
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Safety and Security
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
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Compare total
number of
student
enrollments
with the total
number of
student
enrollments
for the
previous
fiscal year.
Increase
student
enrollments
by 10%.
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Double the
current contact
hours for the
Basic Peace
Officer Course
by adding the
new daytime
courses.
Increase local
area advertising.
Generate
recruiting
opportunities.
Form a new
Advisory Board
for Security
Courses.
The Basic Peace
Officer Course has
been moved to a
Self-supported
program and now
has both day and
night classes.
Advertising and
recruitment and
underway.
The Seurity
Advisory Committee
has not yet been
organized.
Athough there has
been some
reorganization of
this program the
strategies remain
sound and are still in
progress.
In Progress
8 /31/2010
Defensive Increase the
Driving
student
enrollment for
Defensive
Driving.
Compare the
total number
of student
enrollments
with the total
number
student
enrollments
for the
previous
fiscal year.
Increase
student
enrollments
by 20%
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Increase
advertisements
with the
Municipal
Courts and
Justice of the
Peace Courts.
The program
information on file
with the Municipal
Courts requires
updating. Also, the
JP courts need to be
contacted in this
area. The current
contractor with Fort
Bliss in this area
may be willing to
subcontract this
program to EPCC.
The strategies
remain sound and
are still in progress.
In Progress
8 /31/2010
Drivers
Increase student
Education enrollments in
the Adult
Driving
Program.
Compare the
total number
of student
enrollments
with the total
number of
student
enrollments
for the
previous
fiscal year.
Increase
student
enrollments
by 20%
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Increase local
area advertising
focusing on Ft.
Bliss
dependants.
The current
contractor for
services at Ft. Bliss
may be willing to
subcontract this
program to EPCC.
The strategies for
the program remain
sound and are still in
progress.
In Progress
8 /31/2010
167
11000-42501 Security
& Special
Officers
Security
and
Special
Officers
Training
168
11000-42502 Defensive
Driving
169
11000-42511 Driver's
Education
Increase the
overall student
enrollment for
all Peace
Officer and
Security
Programs.
Measure
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, CE Safety and Security
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
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170
12107-S12107 Truck
Driving
Commerci Increase student
enrollments for
al Truck
Truck Driving.
Driving
Compare the
total number
of student
enrollments
with the total
number of
student
enrollments
from the
previous
fiscal year.
Increase
student
enrollment
by 10%.
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Increase
advertisements
for training.
Explore new
grant funding
opportunities.
Explore other
workforce
development
opportunities.
The local need for
training has slowed
dramatically.
More study is
required. The
strategies remain
sound and are in
progress.
171
12110-S12110 Motorcycl
e Rider
Motorcycl Increase student
e Rider
enrollments in
the Motorcycle
Rider Program.
Compare the
total number
of student
enrollments
with the total
number of
student
enrollments of
the previous
fiscal year.
Increase
student
enrollments
by 20%.
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Increase
advertisements.
Sponsor
motorcycle
events and
activities.
Form
partnerships
with local
motorcycle
retailers.
Partner with Ft.
Bliss
representatives.
A partnership with
the Ft. Bliss
Contractor, Cape
Fox, has been
formed and has
increased
enrollments
dramatically.
The goal has been
met and exceeded.
Met
172
12198-S12198 Law
Enforcem
ent InService
Firearms
Law
Enforcem
ent InService
Firearms
Compare the
total number
of student
contact hours
with the total
number of
student
contact hours
from the
previous
fiscal year.
Increase the
number of
student
contact
hours by
10%.
Current
fiscal year
student
enrollments.
Open more
opportunities
for civilian
range use.
Qualify more
outside
instructor to use
the range.
Open the range
for external
Concealed
Carry Handgun
(CCH) courses.
Continue to
attract civic
shooting
organizations.
Enrollment in this
area has increased
and the goals have
been met or
exceeded.
Increased enrollment
will continue to be
an annual goal.
Met
Increase the
number of
student contact
hours for InService firearms.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Senior Adult Program
Plan
No.
184
185
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-42701 Senior
Adult
Program
81069-G81069 SAP
Love
Plan
Name
Senior
Adult
Program
Developm
ent Plan
Objective
Measure
Develop an
SAP Plan that
continues to
support the
recommendation
s of the 2004
Visions for
Successful
Aging Goals,
i.e., Services,
Communication,
and Marketing
to Baby
Boomers to
include:
Lifelong Health
and Wellness
Initiatives;
Program
Growth and
Development;
Creative and
Cultural
Programs;
Volunteer
Program; Social
Engagement
Activities;
Provide
Information on
Financial and
Legal Matters;
Provide
Workforce and
Lifelong
Learning
Opportunities
and
Participation.
The objective
will be met
after an
evaluation
process is
completed to
identify and
determine if
the Senior
Adult
Programs' and
Services'
provided to
the older adult
population
fulfills the
program
develoment
objectives.
Regional Plan, organize
Internatio and co-sponsor
Standard
The current
Senior
Adult
Program
office
facilities do
not allow
for growth
or room to
recruit
volunteers
to expand
program
development
by establish
a much
needed
volunteer
program,
although
with new
facilities
planned for
the fall 2007
our program
will
improve by
25%.
CoSponsor
The
with (ANDA) standard
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The Senior Adult
Program has a
Student Services
Assistant III on staff
that provides student
services, faculty
evaluations and
student reports
necessary for the
success of our
program. The
department has the
facilities, space and
a workstation to
expand senior
services, coordinate
and recruit
volunteers to assist
with our classes and
community events.
The next step is to
announce, interview
and formalize a
community
volunteer
coordinator position
that can be
performed by a
retired person.
We will use the
volunteer position in
charge of
coordination of
activities and
distribute
questionnaires at
senior community
events to determine
the interests of
babyboomers
relative to services,
and cultural
programs. A chart
illustrates our
progress in the areas
of Marketing to
Baby Boomers,
Health and
Wellness, Program
Growth and
Development,
Cultural Programs,
Volunteer Program,
Social Engagements
Activities, Financial,
Legal and Safety
Issues, and
Workforce and
Lifelong Learning
participation.
The Senior
Adult
Program is
operating on
a limited
basis until
new
facilities
expansion is
realized at
which time
operations
and
program
development
will
improve by
25%
Identify a
volunteer
coordinator and
assign project
volunteers to
address each of
the goals and
secure
community
partners that
can contribute
to the Program
Development
Plan and Goals.
Increase and
improve the
student
services, i.e.,
student
evaluations
process,
coordination of
student reports,
volunteer
coordination
and reporting
will be
performed by
the newly
assigned
Students
Services
Assistant III
position to our
program. An
increase in the
in-town travel
pool will be
required to
implement the
strategies.
There is no
evidence
Coordinate this Efforts have not
self-supporting been agressively
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Senior Adult Program
Plan
No.
186
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Conferenc
e
12263-S12263 HACEPSenior
Adult
Program
Standard
Baseline
Objective
Measure
nal
Conferenc
e for
Seniors
&
Profession
als in
Aging
the first
Regional
International
Conference for
Seniors and
Professionals in
Aging for
Texas/New
Mexico/Mexico
through the
(ANDA) Area
Network for
Disabilities and
Aging and as an
extension of the
13 Annual
Seniors Love
Conference.
Area Network
for
Disabilities
and Aging
and VOLAR
to host the
first Regional
International
Conference
on Aging for
Seniors and
Professionals
in Aging
will be met
at 100%
when the
Regional
International
Conference
on Aging is
held at the
El Paso
Community
College
that this
type of
Conference
on Aging is
being held
in El Paso
Partnershi
ps with
HACEP,
Communi
ty
Agencies,
Organizat
ions &
Businesse
s
Develop a plan
to increase
partnerships
with HACEP,
Community
Agencies,
Organizations
and Businesses
to support the
mission and
goals of the
Senior Adult
Program and
better serve the
older adult
population.
We will report
an increase in
the current
level of
service to
elderly
residents of
the Housing
Authority of
the City of El
Paso
(HACEP) and
in the number
of ESL
language and
literacy
classes
provided to
the elderly in
the
community.
The Senior
Adult
Program
will increase
the current
services by
10% by
monitoring
the 2006-07
class
offerings,
number of
volunteer
instructors,
level and
type of
instruction
and number
of contact
hours
provided to
the HACEP
senior
We have
three (3)
courses
being
provided
under the
Seniors
Revive
Reading
Project at
HACEP and
the goal is
to offer six
(6) by the
end of the
2007 fiscal
year.
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conference
event with
support from
ANDA,
VOLAR and
other agencies,
organizations
and businesses
to sponsor and
hold the
Regional
International
Conference on
Aging for El
Paso/Las
Cruces/Cd
Juarez
pursued to bring
together a planning
group to talk about a
Regionial
International
Conference for
Seniors and
Professionals in
Aging for
Texas/New Mexico/
and Mexico.
Conference will
produce a regional
plan for serving
older adults in our
community. It will
help to identify
needs and new
programs for seniors
in our border
region. By coming
together to identify
regional needs and
wants, prioritize
goals and identify
strategies for action
we can use to
determine our
direction and vision
for the next 10-20
years.
Work with the
HACEP
coordinators to
determine the
HACEP elderly
complexes and
residents that
want and need
ESL and
Literacy classes
throughout the
city. Identify
the complexes
and assign
trained
volunteer
instructors to
give the
classes. The
Seniors Revive
Reading Project
is volunteer
driven and the
The Senior Adult
Program continues
to provide free
classes to public
housing residents at
HACEP Elderly
Complexes, i.e.
guitar, exercise, ESL
literacy. During this
planning period the
HACEP
organization went
through some
reorganization and
remodeling of the
Family Investment
Center which
prevented us from
holding computer
classes. In February
2009 the computer
lab will be made
available to us to
The Senior Adult
Program thrives
through partnerships
developed with other
communitiy
organizations and
agencies that
provide services for
older adults. This
has been the method
by which we
expanded classes,
programs, activities
and events.
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Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
residents
and the
community
at large
through the
Seniors
Revive
Reading
Project.
187
11000-42701 Senior
Adult
Program
SAP
Course
Developm
ent
Review existing
Senior Adult
Program
courses and
make
recommendation
s for
improvement,
develop a plan
of action and
implement the
After the
evaluation the
program will
submit
recommendati
on for budget
allocations if
courses
require
additional
funding for
Each course
will have a
standard to
be met to
achieve
instructor
teaching
and student
learning
outcomes
and provide
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Current
course are at
90%
success in
providing
adequate
classrooms,
labs and the
necessary
requirements
for a
Strategies
Assessment Results
SRRP and
HACEP
budgets support
the program.
provide computer
classes again.
Established
partnerships with
City of El Paso,
County Nutrition
Program, Retired
Senior Volunteeer
Program, La Fe
Senior Companions,
Chamizal National
Memorial, Area
Network for
Disabilities and
Aging, Adult
Protective Services,
Area Agency on
Aging, KTEP Public
Radio, FBI Citizens
Academy Alumni
Association, Gold
Pages, Humana,
Physicians Health
Choice, Southwest
Senior News, Simon
Properties, LULAC
District IV, EPCC
Classified Staff
Association and
other college
departments and
programs, and more.
Review each
course and
identify any
special
requirements
for the course,
i.e.,
instructional
supplies,
equipment,
tools, black
The Senior Adult
program offers
courses that require
instructional
supplies, equipment,
tools and labs. An
inventory list is
developed to secure
the items necessary
to teach the course.
A computer lab has
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paid to specific
courses that require
supplies and special
equipment.
Soliciting
contributions from
suppliers for these
class needs is an
effective way to
secure the items at
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Director, Senior Adult Program
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct No.
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
plan.
Measure
instructional
supplies,
equipment or
other course
needs.
Standard
Baseline
an
successful
environment learning
conducive
experience.
to learning
for 100% of
the Senior
Adult
Program
class
offerings.
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Strategies
boards, etc. and
insrue they are
provided for
successful
instruction and
student
learning.
Present written
recommendation
s for
improvement
and request
resources
necessary for
successful
course offerings.
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been made available
to teach classes to
senior housing
residents during this
period.
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cost or as donation.
A list of contributors
is developed and
continuously
updated. Additional
institutional funding
is not made
available for this
budget cycle.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Director, Workforce Development
Plan
No.
179
Budget
Acct No.
Area
11000-43101 Workforc
e
Developm
ent
Plan
Name
Objective
Student
Recruitme
nt and
Placement
Increase student
recruitment and
placement rates
in WFD courses.
Measure
Standard
Increase the
Increase the
number of
number by
students
15%
entering
prevocational
basic skills,
GED, and
vocational
training.
Baseline
Currently,
we have 149
students
registered in
WFD
courses.
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Continue to
find other
sources of
students to
recruit for WFD
programs
including grants
at the local,
state and
national level.
Continue to find
other sources of
students to recruit
for WFD programs
including grants at
the local, state and
national level.
WFD wrote one
federal grant which
was funded on 2/09
by the Department
of Labor
Employment and
Training
Administration to
serve 146
participants in Auto
Collision and Repair
training over a 3year period for $1.3
million dollars.
WFD submitted two
state self-sufficiency
grants to the Texas
Workforce
Commission to serve
225 participants in
Customer Service
training, and 35 in
Auto Collision and
Repair short-term
training. Both
grants were funded
for an additional
$763,000.
WFD also received
an ESL/GED local
grant from the
Upper Rio Grande
Workforce Solutions
Board to serve 89
participants initially
for a total of
It is projected that
we will have served
1,114 students in the
4 year period
leading to the 2012
expected completion
date for training
under the grants in
question. This gives
an average of 279
individuals that will
receive training per
year. The area plan
measure was 15%
increase on 149
students served that
year for a total of
171 individuals
projected to be
served per year.
Continue to
provide job
placement
services and
add an
employment
specialist to
work with
program student
advisor in
focusing on
student
recruitment for
classes offered,
and job
placement and
retention once
they
successfully
complete
training.
Continue to
work with the
Upper Rio
Grande
Workforce
Development
Board and other
agencies and
organizations in
the community
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in identifying
the target
occupations
WFD can offer
to best serve the
needs of
employers and
participants.
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$381,810. WFD
was granted an
amendment
extending this grant
to be able to serve
40 additional
participants
$171,600.
In addition to
successful grant
awards, WFD works
with community
agencies such as
MET (Motivation,
Education, and
Training, AARP,
Housing Authority
of El Paso, Texas
Veteran’
Commission, David
Carrasco Job Corps,
Ysleta ISD, Socorro
ISD, El Paso ISD,
Clint ISD, Carlsbad,
NM ISD, and
Canutillo ISD.
Continue to provide
job placement
services and add an
employment
specialist to work
with program
student advisor in
focusing on student
recruitment for
classes offered, and
job placement and
retention once they
successfully
complete training.
Recruitment:
Presentations,
orientations, radio
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and tv show
exposure.
Conference
presentations to over
160 CHOICES, over
250 Upper Rio
Grande Workforce
Board/Career Center
staff and
management, over
30 E.P.I.S.D. Center
for Career
Technology
students, and over
50 Y.I.S.D. high
school students.
Job Placement:
WFD staff works
with business and
industry and
community agencies
to place graduates
willing to work in
competitive
positions even
though the WFD and
Life Long Learning
area does not
currently have a fulltime employment
specialist.
Business and
Industry partners
collaborate with
WFD for externships
and job placement
for graduates in
training such as
Construction,
Electrical
Maintenance,
Computer/General
Office Skills,
Customer Service
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Specialist, and our
most recent offering,
Auto Collision and
Repair.
Continue to work
with the Upper Rio
Grande Workforce
Development Board
and other agencies
and organizations in
the community in
identifying the target
occupations WFD
can offer to best
serve the needs of
employers and
participants.
Part of the mission
of the Workforce
Development
department is to
meet the needs of
business and
industry while
providing training to
participants that will
enhance their selfsufficiency. After
extensive research,
and input from local
auto collision center,
WFD determined
there is a need for
trained entry level
refinishing
technicians. To this
end, WFD
developed
curriculum for auto
collision and repair.
Since there are no
current facilities at
any of the EPCC
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campuses or
satellites at the
disposal of WFD, we
partnered with the
auto collision
centers themselves
to facilitate the
training on site.
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5
11000-12005 VP
Workforc
e Life
Lrng&Tec
h Ed
Communi
ty
Partnershi
ps
Continue to
actively
participate with
our community
partners-Greater
Chamber of
Commerce,
Hispanic
Chamber of
Commerce,
Mayor's Office-Economic
Development,
REDCO, Upper
Rio Grande
Board, Project
Amistad, OneStop Centers,
University of
Texas @ San
Antonio,
Congressman
Reyes Office,
Department of
Labor, etc.
Document the
meetings
attended
throughout
the year
Continue to
assist these
community
partners by
meeting
with their
clients and
providing
our
expertise in
applying for
grants that
will benefit
their
clients.
Provide the
service
needed by
the clients
Write the
grants for
the clients
that qualify
for grants to
provide
training to
new &
incumbent
workers.
Submit the
grants to the
appropriate
agencies
and work
with the
various
agencies to
successfully
receive the
funding.
Upon
receiving
the funding
our
departments
will provide
the training
by screening
the
instructors,
consultants,
and also
provide the
service to
our clients
Respond to
RFP's
announced by
Texas
Workforce
Commission,
Upper Rio
Grande @
Work, National
Science
Foundation,
Department of
Labor to solicit
funding for
services and
training
Workforce
Development
Division wrote
grants for various
businesses/agencies
to the following
agencies:. Funding
was received from
the Governor's
Office, Texas
Workforce
Commission,
Workforce
Solutions/URG,
University of Texas
in San Antonio,
Defense Logistics
Agency.
Workforce
Department received
over $2.5 million for
training new and
incumbent workers
and to support staff
that provide the
assistance to these
agencies in the
county of El Paso.
These grants have
allowed employers
to retrain, retain,
expand and upgrade
the skills of the
workers. Job
openings were
maintained and new
jobs were created.
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11000-12005 VP
Workforc
e Life
Lrng&Tec
h Ed
Provide
Leadershi
p to
Workforc
e&
Lifelong
Learning
Meetings will
be scheduled
throughout the
year to update
the Directors,
Managers with
information
Document &
write minutes
of the
monthly
meetings held
as a group.
Review
Information
disseminated
by the Vice
President of
Student
Services is
provided to
Schedule all
meetings for
the
Leadership
Team.
Approve or
disapprove
Provide
feedback to the
our Leadership
Team on a
continuous
basis and give
the team
Meetings were
scheduled for all
managers reporting
to Interim Associate
Vice-President of
Workforce
Development/Lifelon
All department staff
in this Workforce
Division is kept upto-date on
information that is
relevant to their
positions.
In Progress
8 /31/2009
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7
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11000-12005 VP
Workforc
e Life
Lrng&Tec
h Ed
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Staff
relayed from
Cabinet and to
discuss
implementation
of new ideas in
our area. Be
available to all
the
directors/manag
ers to assist
them in
accomplishing
their goals.
Monitor the
department's
enrollments,
progress on
grants, writing
of new
curriculum or
revising their
curriculum and
submitting
when
appropriate to
the Board for
approval.
weekly the
enrollment
provided by
the Registrar's
Office and
discuss with
appropriate
Director if
necessary.
Sign on all
new & revised
Courses and
submit to
President's
Office for
Board
Approval
the
Directors/Ma
nagers. Any
information
derived
from the
various
departments
affecting the
staff's
department
is also
shared with
them.
Information
sharing is
discussed at
every
Director/Ma
nager's
meeting to
ensure all
the staff is
aware of
what is
happening
in
everyone's
department
actions
submittted
by the team
leaders.
support when
g Learning and
needed from the minutes were taken
Interim AVP
for each meeting.
Information
regarding the
institution were
discussed with the
staff and requested
to be shared with
each department
managers employees
so that all the staff
would be
knowledgeable of
any additions,
changes, etc.
happening within
their areas and the
college as a whole.
Extremely helpful
when staff is
knowledgeable
about the college
specifically in the
departments within
Workforce Divison.
Certificati
on for
credit
and noncredit
programs
for
ETPCS
system
Assist all
occupational
Deans in
certifying
appropriate
occupational
programs for
certfication
with Upper Rio
Grande Board
@ Work and
TWC ETPCS
System. All
non-credit
Number of
students
registered
through the
ETPCS system
Interim
AVP Office
will assume
responsibilit
y for
monitoring
all the files
for the
credit
students and
also monitor
the files
monitored
by the
Review the
present
courses
certified
through the
ETPCS
System and
make
appropriate
changes. As
the targeted
occupations
change
under the
Continue to
support this
task by
continuing
employment of
two part-time
employees and
support the
Workforce staff
to advise,
collect
appropriate
documentation
for each
Students were
properly registered
at El Paso
Community College
to pursue their
degrees and funding
was received from
Workforce Solutions
to reimburse the
college for the
student's expenses.
The results is that
many of our students
will successfully be
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Strategies
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100% of the credit
and non-credit
students were
processed through
Workforce Office to
ensure compliance
of all paperwork
requested by
Workforce
Solutions, Upper
Rio Grande. All
documents are kept
for each student in
our department for
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programs will
also be
submitted for
approval as
well. The
objective will
allow clients to
be referred to El
Paso
Community
College to
provide training
for their clients.
8
11000-12005 VP
Workforc
e Life
Lrng&Tec
h Ed
Acquisitio All Workforce
n of new Departments
Facilities and Senior
Adult Program
will be moved
to our new
facilities
acquired during
06-07 school
year. Continue
to work with
Maintenance
staff, Architect
and Contractors
in the design of
the facilities.
The goal is for
all of
Workforce
Departments &
Senior Adult
Moved into
the new
facility by
October 1,
2007
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Assessment Results
Use of Results
respective
department
heads in the
Workforce/C
ontinuing
Education
departments
Upper Rio
Grande
system we
will
add/delete
programs to
accommodat
e the
community
needs.
student. All
documents will
be filed in each
student's file to
ensure
compliance
with Upper Rio
Grande
regulations
auditing purposes by
the Agency. All
contracts were
processed and
signed by Workforce
and submitted to the
agency and also
invoiced to the
agency.
assisted in
completing their
degrees, certificates
from the college
with the assistance
from the college and
the agency. These
students would not
be able to attend
college without this
assistance. These
students have
benefitted because
our department has
given them the
assistance they need
to get through this
process and
monitored their
performance
throughout the
courses.
Completion
of building
must be
released by
September
1, 2007 to
begin the
moving of
departments.
Currently
we have a
lease with
Greater
Chamber of
Commerce
through
September
30, 2007 so
we must be
out of the
1359
Lomaland
facility by
this date.
Work with
Architect,
Contractors
through the
Maintenance
Department to
ensure a smooth
transition to the
facility
Workforce Building
was finally
completed and our
departments were
successfully moved
to the new facility
during the months of
March & April,
2008.
A state-of-the-art
building houses
several Workforce
Development
departments and
better serving the
clients in students in
El Paso. We now
have 5 smart
classrooms that
allows us to teach
courses, workshops
to our community.
A tremendous
improvement from
the old Lomaland
building.
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Program to be
moved by
October 1, 2007
to the
Administrative
Service Center,
9050 Viscount,
Building "B".
Continuous
communication
with all
Directors/Manag
ers will be
facilitated
through this
office to ensure
equipment,
furniture and
moving of their
documents are
coordinated in a
timely manner.
166
11000-41003 Customiz
ed
Training
Customiz
ed
Training
1. Continue
delivery of
Skills
Development
and Private
Contract
Programs. 2.
Develop two
Skills
Development
funding
Proposals
adhering to
strict TWC
guidelines..
Develop Private
Training
Contracts as
negotiated with
Companys..
Skills
Development
Programs
delivered.
Number of
Proposals
developed..
Number of
Private
Contracts
implemented..
Contact
Hours of
Training
delivered.
Dollar
amount of
funding
generated.
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Two Skills
Developmen
t Programs
implemented
. $658,000
skills
development
funds
received..
Increase
effectiveness of
Customized
Training
operation thru
collaboration
and
coordination
with
TWC,URGWD
B,REDco,EPCC
Depts. and
eligible El Paso
County
businesses.
Delivered two (2)
SDF Programs.
Developed three (3)
SDF Programs and
one (1) WagnerPeyser Program.
Delivered two (2)
private contracts.
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plan.
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