2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY PLANNING

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INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY PLANNING
2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
EPCC does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color,
national origin, religion,
gender, age or disability.
Total No. of Plans (Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 382
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Associate Vice President, Employee Relations
Plan
No.
11
Budget
Acct
11000-11107
Priority
1
Area
Assoc Vice President
Employee Relat
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Implementa
tion of the
revised
Grievance
Procedure
and
tracking
system
Objective
Measure
To refine the processing of
grievances, implement a
tracking system, and
incorporate non-binding, peer
mediation as an alternative
method of grievance
resolution. The Employee
Relations Department will
coordinate the activities.
Standard
More efficient method
The timely processing,
for the monitoring and
tracking and resolution of
grievances, with the Employee resolution of grievances.
Relations Department taking
the lead role.
Baseline
Strategies
Complete revision of
Grievance procedure with
Staff and Faculty committees.
Review and finalization of
procedure.
Mediation training.
DCP training.
Implementation of Grievance
procedure, tracking system,
and mediation.
Employee orientation sessions.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
320
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2
Grants Management
321
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3
Grants Management
EPCC
Goal
7.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Grants
Develop a comprehensive
Managemen EPCC external funding
t Planned
priority plan.
Growth.
A priority plan for the
development of external
funding will be established.
Grant awards received An external funding
by EPCC in 2005-2006 priorities plan (to be
will be more in line with developed).
an established external
funding priorities plan
which is consistent with
the College's mission
and vision for current
and future development;
and which plan is
approved by the
President and the Vice
Presidents (awards are
presently too
opportunistic, rather
than as a result of
planning).
Grants
Managemen
t Planned
Growth
Increase in the number of
offices/disciplines involved in
grant development and
funding.
The number of EPCC
offices/disciplines
receiving external
funding support will
have increased by 15%
by August 31, 2006.
Increase the number of EPCC
offices, staff, and faculty
across all disciplines and
services who are involved in
the grants process, and
significantly increase their
capabilities to locate
appropriate funding sources
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Strategies
-Based on identification of
funding needs priorities
established by the College
President, Vice-Presidents,
and Deans, by December 31,
2005, the Office of Grants
Management will develop an
"EPCC External Funding
Priorities Plan" for approval
of the President and the Vice
Presidents; which plan will
then be used to better 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 and
Administrative Team
members quarterly reports
describing the degree to
which efforts and results have
achieved the plan's goals
during the reporting period
(year-to-date).
Using the Grants
-The Office of Grants
Management
Management will conduct a
database, the
minimum of two intensive
number and identity grantsmanship courses (1 to 2
of offices/disciplines full days) for EPCC faculty
involved in the
and staff: which courses will
grants process
cover funding sources,
during 2004-2005
application/proposal
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
and acquire grant funding.
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Baseline
will be ascertained,
and will form the
baseline to ascertain
the extent of
increased
involvement.
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Strategies
development (needs,
objectives, methodologies,
budget development, and
evaluation systems), general
grant standards (EPCC,
OMB, state, and local),
management of grant
programs (personnel,
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.
-The Office of Grants
Management will research
and develop a grant-specific
"fact book" that will include
current general and specific
data and information that can
be readily used by EPCC staff
and faculty in development of
grants (needs statements,
goals and objectives,
methodologies selections, and
baselines for grant evaluation
components.
-To make the grants process
generally more visible, the
Office of Grants Management
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Grants Management
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
will publish a quarterly
newspaper that will cover
EPCC grant activities
(awards, renewals, notable
accomplishments, etc.)
potential funding
opportunities, and
information useful to staff and
faculty involved in the grant
process (internal management
procedures and changes,
training and workshop agenda
and schedules, and other
matters of interest.)
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, Institutional and Community Planning
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
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11000-33010
1
Director Instl & Comm 7.1
Plng
Benchmarki
ng for
Planning
and
Effectivenes
s.
Under the direction of the
Vice President for Research
and Development, implement
benchmarking process based
on national and Kansas
Community College
benchmarking models.
Identification of key EPCC
benchmarking data,
completion of comparison
reports, and evidence of data
submission based on
benchmarking data utilized in
College operational planning.
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11000-33010
2
Director Instl & Comm 7.1
Plng
Electronic
Access to
Planning
Data
Increase accessibility of
EPCC planning data and
documentation via electronic
access for budget heads.
Planning materials and data
accessible to all budget heads
continuously via electronic
access, with the ability for
budget heads to manage their
data on an ongoing basis.
190
11000-33010
3
Director Instl & Comm 7.1
Plng
Planning
Materials
Update to
Support
Benchmarki
ng and
Process
Revisions.
Revise, prepare and distribute
planning rationale, procedure
and materials to support and
strengthen District-wide
planning process.
Preparation of revised
procedure, planning guides,
and informational "white
papers" outlining
importance/practices of
strategic and operational
planning for College budget
heads and decision-makers.
190
11000-33010
3
Director Instl & Comm 7.2
Plng
Planning
Materials
Update to
Support
Benchmarki
Revise, prepare and distribute
planning rationale, procedure
and materials to support and
strengthen District-wide
planning process.
Preparation of revised
procedure, planning guides,
and informational "white
papers" outlining
importance/practices of
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Benchmarking
standards will be
identified and
established in 20052006 fiscal year, and
implemented in 20062007 fiscal year
planning.
Baseline
Strategies
None current.
Baseline to be
established after
implementation.
Hold sessions with each Vice
Presidential area, and work
with Associate Vice
Presidents and Instructional
Deans on process
implementation. Revise
planning procedure,
guidelines, and develop
materials to facilitate
implementation of
benchmarking process.
Reports currently
All budget heads to
Work with Information
accessible via EPCC Technology area and
have access to Area
website.
Effectiveness Plans,
Institutional Effectiveness
Assessments, and
Director to ensure that budget
Program Review Plans
heads and their designees can
for current and prior
access their plans
fiscal years, as well as
electronically, input and
print ongoing reports
manage information more
and manage their own
effectively, and print reports
data.
on an ongoing basis.
Current procedure
All budget heads
Develop revised planning
reporting to each Vice and planning guide procedure to include
in place-revisions
Presidential area and
benchmarking process;
instructional decision- necessary.
Prepare revised planning
makers will be provided
guide and informational
with revised materials
"white papers" to inform
and information
college community about
sessions regarding the
strategic planning process,
materials.
operational planning, program
review process, and other
planning/institutional
effectiveness practices.
Current procedure
All budget heads
Develop revised planning
reporting to each Vice and planning guide procedure to include
in place-revisions
Presidential area and
benchmarking process;
instructional decision- necessary.
Prepare revised planning
makers will be provided
guide and informational
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Institutional and Community Planning
2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, Institutional and Community Planning
Plan
No.
191
Budget
Acct
11000-33010
Priority
4
Area
EPCC
Goal
Director Instl & Comm 7.1
Plng
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
ng and
Process
Revisions.
strategic and operational
planning for College budget
heads and decision-makers.
Community Continue community
Planning
planning initiatives with key
relevance to EPCC
institutional mission.
Number of community
planning activities during
2005-2006 fiscal year.
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
"white papers" to inform
college community about
strategic planning process,
operational planning, program
review process, and other
planning/institutional
effectiveness practices.
Currently, 4-5 large Work with each Vice
At least two major
community planning Presidential area and budget
community-focused
projects undertaken head to identify their key
planning activities.
each fiscal year; in initiatives during fiscal year;
Special emphasis on
2005-2006, insure
strategic planning
assist in their efforts when
process and community that communityappropriate, and encourage
based planning
input into EPCC's
involvement of budget heads
supports the
strategic goals will
and their community-based
conceptual
emphasized.
partners to give input into
framework and
EPCC's strategic plan goals.
development of the Facilitate, staff, and compile
strategic plan, in
results of community-based
addition to
meetings.
providing support to
college areas
undertaking strategic
planning processes.
with revised materials
and information
sessions regarding the
materials.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Director, Institutional Effectiveness
Plan
No.
194
Budget
Acct
11000-34000
Priority
1
Area
Director Institutionl
Effectiveness
EPCC
Goal
7.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Administrat Administrative Review Report Publication of the Report
ive Review
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Standard
Completion of the
Report by May 1, 2006
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Baseline
An Administrative
Review Report has
never been created.
Strategies
In consultation with the
President and Cabinet,
determine the units to be
addressed and select
performance indicators which
profile administrative units
and which can be addressed
through planning. Possible
indicators: Operating within
budget, Meeting planning
objectives, Following College
procedures, Percentage of
employees attending training
activities, Percentage of
employees meeting
expectations.
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, Institutional Research
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
350
11000-31001
1
Faculty Evaluation
7.2
On-Line
Survey
Process
Development of an effective
process for administering
surveys on the WEB.
Successful administration,
data retrieval and data
analysis of the Faculty
Evaluation instrument for online classes. Pilot the
administration of another
survey instrument on line.
Successful retrieval and
analysis of 100% of online Faculty Evaluations
data. Provide Faculty
Evaluation reports to the
faculty and deans
during the last week of
class for each semester.
Successfully complete a
pilot administration of
another survey
instrument on line.
Current software is
problematical
because of lack of
training of our
personnel and lack
of technical support.
351
11000-31001
2
Faculty Evaluation
1.6
Student
Survey
Procedure
Implementation of a
procedure for administration
of the Student Survey
including dissemination of
the results to the College
community and to state and
federal agencies.
Credit and continuing
education student
participation in the survey
each semester. Results of the
survey available in time to
meet state deadlines and
College needs.
At least 70 % of all
credit and continuing
education students
complete the Student
Survey each semester.
Data must be provided
to the Institutional
Research Office by
November 1 Fall
semester, April 1 Spring
semester and July1
Summer semester. In
October of each year a
Student Profile report
for the previous
academic year must be
Currently there is no
written procedure for
administering the
Student Survey.
Credit students
participate at a much
higher rate than
continuing
education students.
Some questions on
the survey need
revision and
additional questions
are needed. The
College community
does not receive the
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Strategies
Research software packages
available and choose the
package that will best meet
our needs, assuring adequate
technical support. Provide
training to Faculty
Evaluations personnel. With
the support of other EPCC
offices, develop a strategy for
administering the on-line
Faculty Evaluations that will
assure maximum student
participation. Prepare Faculty
Evaluation reports for the
individual faculty members
and summary reports for the
deans. Develop a procedure
for administering surveys on
line. Test the effectiveness of
the procedure by piloting the
administration of another
survey on line.
Review current process and
develop a written procedure
for administering the survey
in credit and continuing
education classes. Meet with
the appropriate administrators
to emphasize the importance
of the Student Survey and to
provide direction for effective
survey administration. Revise
the survey to maximize
usefulness of the data.
Develop a Student Profile
report for the College
community and College WEB
site.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, Institutional Research
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
disseminated to the
College community via
the College WEB site.
352
11000-34002
1
Institutional Research
7.1
353
11000-34002
3
Institutional Research
7.2
354
11000-34002
2
Institutional Research
8.4
Organizatio
nal Plan for
Institutional
Research
and Faculty
Evaluations
More effective operation and
personnel utilization for
Institutional Research and
Faculty Evaluations.
Written Organizational
Plan completed by
September 30, 2005.
Plan approved by
October15, 2005. Plan
implemented by
November 1, 2005.
Baseline
Strategies
results of the survey
and does not
understand the
survey's importance.
Current
organizational
structure may put an
unequal workload on
personnel. Some
functions may not be
appropriately placed
within Institutional
Research and
Faculty Evaluations.
Review all functions
performed by Faculty
Evaluations and Institutional
Research. Determine the time
and personnel requirements
for each function. Develop
criteria to determine where
functions should be housed.
Develop an Organizational
Plan. Review the plan.
Implement the plan.
Transfer
EPCC does not
Development of a process for Fully implemented process for Written procedure
Meet with appropriate UTEP
Student
receiving data from UTEP
personnel and contact
receiving transfer information completed by October 1, currently receive
Data
data from UTEP
and THECB for students who from UTEP and THECB
2005. Procedure
appropriate THECB personnel
Exchange
transfer from EPCC to UTEP. about former EPCC students. reviewed by November about students
by phone and e-mail to plan
with UTEP
transferring from
30, 2005. Procedure
process for obtaining transfer
and Texas
implemented by January EPCC to UTEP.
data. Complete all paperwork
Higher
Transfer data
31, 2006.
required to assure student
Education
currently received
confidentiality. Develop a
Coordinatin
from THECB does written procedure. Complete
g Board
not fully meet
procedure review and receive
(THECB)
College needs.
necessary approvals.
Implement procedure.
Community Administration of a
Surveys of
Survey administration, data
Survey instrument
Review past instruments from
Survey
analysis and preparation of a completed and reviewed community training EPCC and other institutions.
Community Survey to preInstrument selected members of the El
needs have been
report of survey findings.
by October 15, 2005.
Receive feedback from EPCC
and Process Paso community.
administered in the administrators and other key
Implementation plan
past but results have personnel. Develop and
completed by October
been somewhat
31, 2005, including a
review instrument. Determine
inconclusive and
list with telephone
the audience for the survey.
numbers and addresses have not always
Develop a list of individuals,
been utilized to
of individuals to be
businesses and organizations
improve class
surveyed. Survey
to be surveyed including
offering at EPCC.
administered, data
telephone numbers and
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Implementation of a written
Organizational Plan.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, Institutional Research
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
analyzed and report
prepared by Jan 31,
2005.
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Baseline
Strategies
addresses. Develop a written
procedure for administering
the survey. Administer the
survey, analyze the data, and
prepare final report.
Distribute the report in hard
copy and on the EPCC WEB
site.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 17
Research and Development
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 4
Vice President, Research and Development
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
185
11000-12004
1
Vice President
Research &
Development
7.2
Benchmarki Integrate the Kansas and
ng
National Community College
Benchmark Projects into the
college's planning process.
Complete accurate and timely
data submission, prepare
comparison reports,
demonstrate data when used
in planning process.
FY 2006-07 will
Planning integration
serve as the baseline
will occur during the
year.
2006-07 cycle
beginning October 2005.
186
11000-12004
2
Vice President
Research &
Development
7.1
Strategic
Planning
A plan will be developed,
approved and distributed.
Approved Plan with
budget considerations.
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11000-12004
4
Vice President
Research &
Development
5.3
184
11000-32002
3
SACS Self Study
1.1
Community Review and change as
Support
appropriate Community
Survey, and prepare for
implementation.
Achieving Fully support and report on
the Dream the college's progress on
Student Success via Gateway
course completion,
graduation and transfer.
Survey instrument will be
reviewed and revised, and a
plan will be made to
implement it.
Reports on the Student
Success will be prepared and
distributed and presentations
will be given for information
purposes.
Review and revision by
October 15, 2005, Plan
approved by October
31, 2005
Want to see Area
Effectiveness Plans
addressing Student
Success Indicators.
Prepare a Plan for the
updating of the college's
Strategic Plan.
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N/A
Strategies
IR office will submit data
files, Planning office will
revise planning procedure and
guide, Effectiveness office
will assist Planning office
with workshops and
information sessions on the
integration.
The Planning Office will form
either a focus group or the
president will create a
Strategic Planning
Committee. Planning and
Effectiveness Offices will
facilitate workshops, and
information sessions
throughout the year.
Work with Carol, Ron,
Cabinet and others as needed
to review, revise and plan.
Current graduation The IR Office will be
rates of 6.67% must involved throughout this
be improved;
process.
Transfer rates must
be improved (17%),
Course completions
for Gateway courses
must be improved.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Associate Vice President, Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
6.1
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260
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11000-41003
Customized Training
5.1
262
11000-42402
Workforce Literacy
5.1
AVP Workforce Life
Lrng&Tech Ed
1
Con Op Ctr PTAC
Match
Plan
Name
Objective
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Partnerships Continue to provide quality
with
services and satisfaction to
Business
Business and Industry.
and
Industry.
Monthly reports will be
generated and provided to
monitor service to local
businesses and companies. 1)
Continue working with the
Chamber to support the
BRAC Program. 2) Increase
efforts in working with
Business Services Center
(Upper Rio Grande at Work)
to serve more local companies
in providing training for new
and incumbent workers.
Procuremen Increase active client base by
t Technical targeting Veteran/Service
Assistance Disabled Veteran Owned
Businesses.
Assistance provided
Veteran/Service Disabled
Veteran owned businesses
increased.
New Grants Create two (2) grant funding
and
proposals.
Contracts
Negotiate eight (8) private
training contracts.
Workforce Conduct a survey to detect
Developme the needs of the Workforce
nt and
Development and Lifelong
Lifelong
Learning instructors and
Learning
present professional
Professional development workshops that
address the identified needs.
Developme
nt
Quantity and specifics stated
in objectives.
Two (2) new funded
programs.
Eight (8) private
training programs.
Two (2) private
training contracts.
Implementation of
professional development
workshops by August 2005.
Minimum of two
presentations.
The effectiveness of
the workshops will
determine future
professional
development
workshops.
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2004-05 have been
appointed and
serving on the
following
committees:
Chamber of
Commerce
Committee,
Business
Development
Executive
Committee, Armed
Forces Committee,
Upper Rio Grande:
E Executive
Committee.
100% increase in clients 0.05% of active
clients are Service
that are
Disabled Veteran
Veteran/Services
owned business
Disabled Veteran
concerns.
Owned Businesses by
the end of the Program
year December 31, 2006.
Continue to serve in
community projects and
actively pursue other
funding sources for
EPCC.
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Strategies
Continue meetings with El
Paso Chamber of Commerce
and continue dialogue with
Upper Rio Grande at Work
and Texas Workforce
Commission. Establish an
internal process for tracking
all recipients receiving service
from workforce grants.
Increase outreach and
recruiting activity by
attending Veteran oriented
conferences, business fairs,
procurement fairs and
conferences, and providing
training events targeting
Veteran owned businesses.
Create two (2) proposals.
Promote effectiveness of
private programs.
-Develop survey
-Apply survey
-Identify workshop presenters
-Present workshops
-Evaluate workshops
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Associate Vice President, Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Plan
No.
262
262
263
Budget
Acct
11000-42402
11000-42402
Priority
Area
Workforce Literacy
Workforce Literacy
EPCC
Goal
8.1
7.1
5.1
Plan
Name
Workforce
Developme
nt and
Lifelong
Learning
Professional
Developme
nt
Workforce
Developme
nt and
Lifelong
Learning
Professional
Developme
nt
Effective
Instructiona
l Strategies
for
Workplace
Literacy
Instructors
Objective
Measure
Standard
ESL Vocational
Literacy
Baseline
Strategies
Conduct a survey to detect
the needs of the Workforce
Development and Lifelong
Learning instructors and
present professional
development workshops that
address the identified needs.
Implementation of
professional development
workshops by August 2005.
Minimum of two
presentations.
The effectiveness of
the workshops will
determine future
professional
development
workshops.
-Develop survey
-Apply survey
-Identify workshop presenters
-Present workshops
-Evaluate workshops
Conduct a survey to detect
the needs of the Workforce
Development and Lifelong
Learning instructors and
present professional
development workshops that
address the identified needs.
Implementation of
professional development
workshops by August 2005.
Minimum of two
presentations.
The effectiveness of
the workshops will
determine future
professional
development
workshops.
-Develop survey
-Apply survey
-Identify workshop presenters
-Present workshops
-Evaluate workshops
Conduct at least one
The number of instructors will At least one site visit
classroom observation of
determine the number of site per instructor.
every instructor in Workplace visits completed.
Literacy for the purpose of
designing professional
development workshops in
collaboration with the Far
West Project Great Center.
7.1 Effective
263
Conduct at least one
The number of instructors will At least one site visit
11000-42471
ESL Vocational
Instructiona classroom observation of
determine the number of site per instructor.
Literacy
l Strategies every instructor in Workplace visits completed.
for
Literacy for the purpose of
Workplace designing professional
Literacy
development workshops in
Instructors collaboration with the Far
West Project Great Center.
261
11000-43201 1
Center for Business
To fund new grant position to The objective will be met
The first year we should
5.2 SBDC
Services
based on the amount of grant see at least fifty-percent
Cooperative support program operations
funding acquired and the
(50%) improvement in
Agreement and expansion of SBDC
services. New positions
positions hired for the
program development
Program-1/25/2007
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11000-42471
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Minimum of one per -Obtain instructional goals
year.
-Observe classroom
instruction
-Provide feedback to instructor
-Provide findings to the Far
West Project Great Center
-Plan and develop workshops
-Conduct workshops
Minimum of one per -Obtain instructional goals
year.
-Observe classroom
instruction
-Provide feedback to instructor
-Provide findings to the Far
West Project Great Center
-Plan and develop workshops
-Conduct workshops
An Assistant Director of
Currently, the
Operations will be added fullprogram lacks
specialized services time to the SBDC
in international trade organization to supervise
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Associate Vice President, Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Reorganizat
ion and
New
Positions
Objective
Measure
include: Assistant Director of
Operations $45,000;
International Trade Specialist
$38,500; Program
Development Coordinator
$34,500; and Business
Technician $19,980.
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program year. NO NEW
FUNDS ARE BEING
REQUESTED OF THE
INSTITUTIONAL
ACCOUNT 11000-43201
FOR FY 2006.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Standard
activities and
administrative
operations by August
31, 2006. A 100%
increase in the provision
of International Trade
assistance will be
reached by year-end (no
services are to be
provided in FY2005).
1/25/2007
Baseline
and technology
related areas.
Oversight of
program operations
and compliances
require
administrative
support to ensure
timely correction of
issues that arise in
case management
and become
compliant in areas
that are currently
weak. Counseling
and technical
services in
international trade
are non-existent due
to having a trade
specialist (with the
expertise required)
to provide services
in this area of
business
development.
Strategies
daily administrative activities
and compliance issues. An
International Trade Specialist
will be hired to provide
counseling, technical, and
outreach services to
export/import clients, and will
assist with the development of
an International Trade
Training Program. A
Program Development
Coordinator will be hired fulltime to assist with the
development of the Small
Business Management
Institute Training Program
initiatives and provide
coordination to training
program activities of the
SBDC and the SBDC
Regional Office. A Business
Technician position will also
be hired to assist the Program
Development Coordinator
with clerical and technical
support.
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
336
337
Budget
Acct
11000-42403
11000-42403
Priority
1
2
Area
ATC VV
ATC VV
EPCC
Goal
2.1
5.1
Plan
Name
Increase
ATC
Enrollment
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Increase student enrollment in Student Enrollment Numbers
Advanced Technology Center
(ATC) Programs
Create a certificate in
Robotics
Implementation of program
Technology Robotics Technology
program with ulitmate goal of
Program
creating degree program
Standard
Increase overall
enrollment by 10% in
FY 2005-2006
At least 15 students
enrolled in program by
Spring 2006
Baseline
Current enrollment
figures for FY '04'05 are as follows:
2,033 Total student
Enrollment; Credit
student enrollment
of 1017, Non-credit
student enrollment
of 600, Contract and
Customized training
enrollment of 182,
and Appreticeship
enrollment of 234
students
N/A-- New Program
Strategies
Form Enrollment
Management Committees per
discipline comprised of
industry, faculty, high school
faculty, and university
faculty;
Implement dual credit with
local high schools;
Market programs aggressively
personally through
presentations, community
outreach, and via media.
Hire part-time curriculum
developer
Partner with high schools and
universities to develop
program
Develop dual credit
agreements
Market Program to
Prospective students via
partners and media
338
11000-42403
3
ATC VV
5.1
Diesel
Mechanic
Program
Expansion
Institutionalize Diesel
Mechanic Program
Recruit and hire qualified
faculty
Develop and Implement
Number of sections offered in Increase program by at Currently ('04-'05)
least 3 sections per
10 sections are
Industry partnership to share
Diesel Mechanic Program
semester, with goal of
offered per year. All facility costs
10 student per section; are grant-funded
3-year goal of 15
Utilize NATEF Certified
sections offered per year.
materials and curriculum
Hire a full-time coordinator
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
for the program, (convert
existing position to full-time
with an additional 10 hours
per week, plus benefits)
Implement dual-credit in
program for high school
students
339
11000-42403
4
ATC VV
5.1
Precision
Machining
Evaluate current Precision
Machining curriculum and
add curriculum to address
current industry needs
Implementation of new
certificates and industry buyin to current curriculum
At least 15 students
enrolled in both
programs by Spring '06
N/A
Market program agressively
personally through
community outreach and via
media
Re-evaluate current
curriculum and create:
1. Certificate in Moldmaking/Rol Repair, and
2. Certificate in Tool and Die
Create an internal committee
composed of part-time faculty
to coordinate all activites and
forward recommendations to
Director
Create an external advisory
committee composed of
industry experts to advise in
curriculum and marketing
matters
Develop Dual-Credit
partnerships with high high
schools
Market parograms to
prospective students via
partners
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
340
Budget
Acct
11000-42403
Priority
5
Area
ATC VV
EPCC
Goal
5.1
Plan
Name
Welding
Curriculum
Revisions
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Evaluate current Welding
Implementation of new
curriculum and add
certificates with associated
curriculum to address current credit value
industry needs
Standard
Baseline
N/A- New
At least 15 students
enrolled in both prgrams Certificate Program
by Spring 2006
Strategies
Recruit and hire qualified
faculty
Re-evaluate current current
curriculkum and create:
1. Certificates in specific
welding techniques as
specified by Welding
committee to Director
Create an internal committee
composed of part-time faculty
to coordinate all activities and
forward recommendations to
Director
Create an external advisory
committtee composed of
industry experts to advise in
curriculum and marketing
matters
Develop Dual-Credit
partnerships with local high
schools
Market programs to
prospective students via
partners
341
11000-42403
6
ATC VV
5.1
Transfer of
Electronics
Program
from Trans
Mountain
campus to
ATC
Re-evaluate current
Tranfer of electronics labs to
curriculum and renew courses ATC
as needed
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Transfer of labs to be
completed and courses
offered by Spring 2006
1/25/2007
Current
labs/program at
Trans Mt. campus;
new implementation
at ATC be create
baseline in 20052006 academic years
Recruit qualified faculty
Create internal committee
composed of part-time faculty
to coordinate all activities and
forward recommendations to
Director
Hire a full-time lab assistant
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Advanced Technology Center
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
to assist in transferring of
equipment to ATC
Create a secrue location to
house electronic equipment
Re-evaluate curriculum with
advisory council and renew
courses as needed
Develop Dual-Credit
partnerships with local high
schools
Market programs to
prospective students via
partners
Recruit and hire qualified
faculty
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 4
Director, CE Business Programs and Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
283
11000-42204
1
CE Office Technology
2.1
284
11000-42601
1
N/C Business Programs 7.1
285
12170-73243
1
CE Custom Brokers
286
12195-S12195 1
7.1
CE Computer Programs 6.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Increase
Enrollment
for Office
Technology
Program
Market the Office
3% increase in students
Technology Program to new attending 2005/2006
markets in order to increase
enrollment. Flyers will come
out of Office Tech fee money
Upgrade
Position
Make 35 hour Office Clerk
Increase of 5 hours per week
position into a full-time Clerk to clerk position.
III position. Due to increase
in workload from Office
Technology Program and a
16% increase in Real Estate
student enrollment.
Marketing
Customs
Broker
Program
Advertise and market
(1) Compile a mailing list for
Customs Broker Program in Custom Broker
order to attract more students. program.
(2) Develop
flyer to use as a marketing
tool.
Update all computers in
Purchase new removable
Room 106, ATC/VV and
harddrives and upgrade
purchase new hardware where software.
necessary.
Update
Computer
Classroom,
ATC 106
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Standard
Baseline
Increase in number of
students by end of
Summer 2006.
Approximately 260
students annually.
All computers updated
and new harddrives in
place.
Computers in Room
106, ATC/VV are 5
years old and need
upgrading.
Strategies
Market Office Technology to
Ft. Bliss. Meet with Ms.
Jackson at the Ft. Bliss
Education Office and Ms.
Taylor at U.S. Sgt. Majors
Academy, Biggs Army
Airfield. New troops at Ft.
Bliss will help us with this
project.
40 hours full-time Clerk 35 hours current
(1) Seek AVP approval (was
work week for clerk. given 2 years in a row,
III position.
however due to hiring freeze
was unable to go forward).
(2) Extra work for part-time
clerk. (3) Clerk III - Grade C
$19,354 ( $12,154 in budget
plus $7,200 from 1100042401-61600 already
transferred by AVP).
Mailing list completed Standard CE
(1) Seek input from Custom
Schedule and
and in use. Flyer
Broker Instructors, (2)
developed and mailed to existing mailing list Develop flyer with assistance
for all CE students. from Publications Office.
potential students.
1/25/2007
(1) AVP Approval, (2)
Purchase hard drives and
software, (3) Computers
upgraded, (4)
Upgrade/harddrives are being
purchased with tech fee
money and account money
PLEASE NOTE: TOTAL
BUDGET FOR THIS
ACCOUNT IS
INCORRECT. CORRECT
TOTAL IS $90,508
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Director, CE Health
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
264
11000-42301
1
CE Health
7.1
265
11000-42313
1
CE EMT
2.1
266
12114-S12114 1
Massage Therapy
2.1
267
12153-S12153 1
Workshop/Conferences 2.1
268
12164-S12164 1
CE Nursing
2.1
Plan
Name
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Accreditatio Maintain current
n
accreditation standards for
nursing assistant, massage
therapy, and medication
courses.
EMT
Increase number of sections
and enrollment in CE/EMT
courses.
Accreditation standards
implemented and monitored
before site visits.
100% renewal of all
accredited programs.
Full accreditation.
Student enrollment.
Enrollment will increase 2003-2004 = 1,665
5%.
Increase course offerings to
meet the continuing
education needs of massage
therapists.
Increase student enrollment.
Offer three new massage CE
courses.
Three new classes
should be offered by
August 2006.
Current
Increase enrollment by
August 2006.
Current
Massage
Workshop
Nursing
Objective
Increase 2005-2006
enrollment by 5% over 20032004 enrollment.
Increase course offerings and Increase 2005-2006
enrollment.
enrollment by 5% over 20032004.
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Increase course offering Current
by August 2006.
1/25/2007
Strategies
Hire qualified faculty.
Prepare files. Review
curriculum.
Increase budget to cover
faculty salaries and
instructional supplies.
Advertise classes.
Identify need. Find qualified
faculty. Advertise classes.
Identify needs, Find qualified
faculty. Advertise classes.
Identify community needs.
Hire qualified faculty.
Advertise classes.
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 4
Director, CE Personal Enrichment
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
277
11000-42102
1
CE Personal
Enrichment
2.1
Increase
Enrollment
To include more on-line
course offerings in the
enrichment area.
Enrollment has increased 50% Six new on-line courses
will be introduced in the
in the established on-line
Personal Enrichment courses. Personal Enrichment
area.
Currently we are
offering 12 classes
on-line with
Education to Go.
They do not all
make, I have put an
evaluation system in
process, to identify
which ones are in
demand.
278
11000-42111
1
Young Peoples College 5.2
Additional
Resources
To request the manager's
position be upgraded from
part-time to full-time status.
Making the manager's
position full-time will assist
the department in being able
to serve the demand for
Children's College courses.
At the present time,
the department only
participates in one
community event.
279
11000-42202
1
CE Industry Training
5.1
Workforce
Training
280
12168-S12168 1
Enrichment Seminars
5.1
Workforce
Training
EPCC Young People's
College will be able to
participate in several of
the community and
college events, and offer
more courses.
To offer the Licensed
The addition of this
The course has been
Electrician Renewal course
developed and we have been class will support our
that has been mandated by
approved by the state for us to local electricial
the state.
community and increase
be a provider.
enrollment in this area.
Continue to assist industry in Our industry training efforts
The department will
their training needs.
enhance our community
offer four new industry
partnership, and the
courses.
enrollment in these areas
generates revenues for our
programs.
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Strategies
1. The department is going to
work with Project Sail a
league of innovation initiative
in offering two enrichment
courses. 2. The department is
going to add six more classes
through Education to Go, our
on-line vendor. 3. The
department will work with
Education to Go marketing
plan to increase enrollment.
1. Marketing plan will be
developed. 2. The Department
will participate in two more
community events.
Summer 2005 will
1. Work in conjunction with
be the first semester the apprenticeship program to
to offer these courses. recruit students. 2. Work in
conjunction with the local
union to recruit students.
During the 20041. Continue to attend credit
2005 year the
vocational advisory
department assisted committees for new course
10 partnerships in
development. 2. Continue to
training their staff.
attend Chamber of Commerce
meetings. 3. Add two more
industry partners for skills
training.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 8
Director, CE Safety and Security
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Building
TradesFinish
Carpentry
Program
Standard
269
11000-42201
1
La Tuna
6.1
270
11000-42501
1
Security & Special
Officers
6.1
271
11000-42501
2
Security & Special
Officers
6.1
Expansion
of Indoor
Shooting
Range
Design and build additional
Increase area training through Increased student
facilities to include expansion additional resources.
enrollment year-round.
of the indoor shooting range.
274
11000-42502
1
Defensive Driving
2.1
Defensive
Driving
Enrollment
Increase student enrollment
by 5% per course, per
semester.
272
11000-42511
1
Driver's Education
7.1
Driver
Education
Instructors
Recruit additional (qualified) Increase the number of
classroom instructors.
classroom instructors within
the Program.
273
12107-S12107 1
Truck Driving
7.1
Truck
Reassessment of current
Driving
program.
Reassessme
nt
Develop a Building TradesFinish Carpentry Program for
La Tuna Federal Correctional
Facility. This program has
been requested by La Tuna
Federal Institute.
Professional Develop a Professional
Emergency Emergency Response Driving
Response
Program.
Driving
Program
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Baseline
Develop new program in
operation for 2005-2006.
Program does not
New program in
operation for 2005-2006. currently exist.
Develop an Emergency
Response Driving Program to
serve the needs of local Law
Enforcement, Fire and EMS
personnel.
Design and construct a This facility does not
driving pad that may be currently exist.
used for professional
emergency driving.
Increase student
Compare the number of
enrollment by 5% per
students enrolled in the
program during previous years. course, per semester.
Cost/benefit analysis of
existing program.
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Hire four part-time
classroom instructors
which will allow for
program expansion.
Realign expenditures
based upon need.
1/25/2007
Strategies
Program Development: (1)
Needs assessment, (2)
Development of objectives,
(3) Budget development, (4)
Implementation
Program Development: (1)
Needs Assessment, (2)
Development of Objectives,
(3) Budget Development, (4)
Cost/Benefit Analysis, (5)
Implementation
This department is
Program Development: (1)
unable to keep up
Needs Assessment, (2)
with the demand for Development of Objectives,
range time by area
(3) Budget Development, (4)
law enforcement
Implementation
agencies.
The current average Use of local media
number of students opportunities. Referrals from
per course is 10.
municipal courts. Projected
Costs: Improvements
attainable within the current
budget.
The program
Newspaper employment
currently has only
advertisements. Referrals of
three classroom
qualified instructors.
instructors, limiting
the current
effectiveness of the
program.
Program is showing Cost/benefit analysis over the
a deficit at the
last three years. Assess
present time.
current marketing strategies.
Determine new markets.
Studies to be conducted
within current budget.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 8
Director, CE Safety and Security
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
275
12110-S12110 1
Motorcycle Rider
5.1
Motorcycle
Rider
Course
Instructors
Recruit two additional
qualified instructors.
Increase the number of
qualified instructors within
the program.
Hire two part-time
instructors which will
allow for program
expansion.
276
12198-S12198 1
Law Enforcement In-
7.1
EPCC
billing
process
Improve the current billing
process between EPCC and
U.S. Customs.
Review the current billing
process and seek opportunities
to streamline the billing
process.
The currrent billing
process is prone to
errors and a source of
continued
dissatisfaction.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
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Baseline
The current program
only has two
qualified instructors
thus limiting the
effectiveness of the
program.
The current billing
process does not fit
the U.S. CUSTOMS
allocation process.
Strategies
Newspaper employment
advertisements. Referrals for
qualified instructors.
Projected Costs: Unkown,
based upon the number of
actual hires and workload.
Stakeholder meetings to offer
input to the process to resolve
past and furture problems.
Projected Costs: There are no
anticipated costs to the
current budget.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Director, Senior Adult Program
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
287
11000-42701
1
Senior Adult Program
8.4
Program
Facility
Expansion
Project
Obtain a facility or building
within the College district to
house the Senior Adult
Program, staff, faculty,
students and volunteers to
support the educational
classes and encourage student
and community involvement
in our programs.
The Senior Adult Program
staff, faculty, students and
volunteers will move to an
adequate facility that will
promote the services, goals
and mission of the program.
288
11000-42701
2
Senior Adult Program
7.2
Senior
Adult
Program
Visions 5Year Plan
Develop a review and needs
assessment of the operations
and services of the Senior
Adult Program using the
VISIONS for Successful
Aging 2004 Strategic Plan to
increase program
effectiveness in serving the
older adult population.
The VISIONS for Successful
Aging 2004 Report will be
submitted to the VP of
Student Services to address
the issues and
recommendations presented.
Leverage our services and
program offerings for seniors
to increase their well-being
and quality of life by
establishing new partnerships
with the community Aging
Network and other service
agencies.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
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Baseline
The Senior Adult
Program has lost
office operational
space over the past
four years, 8 people
are sharing our small
two room office area
and high traffic of
students, faculty and
community
volunteers assisting
with the program.
The current office is
not conducive to
quality production,
no adequate
workstations and it
is not a student
friendly
environment, no
place to sit for
appointments.
There is no advisory
Increase community
council at this time,
support and program
effectiveness in serving nor an adequate
office facility that
seniors by 100%.
will allow for growth
Increased community
and implementation
partnerships will
of the Senior Adult
generate additional
Program Visions
workshops, seminars,
Plan.
direct services and
information for seniors
after the assessment and
college commitment is
approved.
Community
partnerships, seniors
involvement in the
programs, activities,
classes and seminars
will increase by 50% six
months after the
program is operational
in the expanded facility.
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Strategies
Meet with the college
administration to continue to
research the feasibility of
remodeling the building at the
corner of Hunter/Phoenix for
the Senior Adult Program.
Recruit volunteers and
develop a Volunteer Training
Program to support the
operations, activities and
programs initiated in the new
facility.
Establish an active Senior
Advisory Council with
representation of senior
citizens, aging network
agencies, students and
community volunteers to
continue the efforts and
realize the goals, objectives
and mission of the Senior
Adult Program's vision for the
next five years. Meet with
community partners i.e.
agencies, senior leaders,
faculty, and community
volunteers to determine their
commitment and contribution
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Director, Senior Adult Program
Plan
No.
289
Budget
Acct
11000-42701
Priority
3
Area
Senior Adult Program
EPCC
Goal
4.2
Plan
Name
Increase
Grants and
Contracts
Funding for
Elderly
Programs
and
Services
Objective
Measure
Increase grant and contracts
funding to support education
and support services for
elderly in the community.
Write and secure at least one
or more grants or contracts
that will increase services for
seniors in the community.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
New programs and services
will be provided to seniors
through external funding
resources.
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Submit and acquire
least one or more grants
for senior citizens by
August 2006. Find and
provide adequate office
space to house the
grants staff.
1/25/2007
Baseline
We currently have a
Health and Wellness
contact with the
Housing Authority
City of El Paso
(HACEP) for older
adults and housing
residents.
Strategies
to the program's vision.
Hire a full-time employee to
coordinate the Senior Adult
Program Activities and work
closely with the Grants
Management Office, and meet
with the Aging Network of
community agency partners
on grant writing and
acquisition of additional
funding.
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Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Workforce Development
Plan
No.
281
282
Budget
Acct
11000-43101
Priority
1
12103-S12103 1
Area
Workforce
Development
Workforce
Development
EPCC
Goal
1.1
1.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Constructio To identify, assess, analyze
n Manager and implement Alternative
Program
Method(s) of Construction
that will assist in meeting the
needs of our community.
Constructio To identify, assess, analyze
n Manager and implement Alternative
Program
Method(s) of Construction
that will assist in meeting the
needs of our community.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Standard
The Best Alternative
Construction Method will be
determined. An Alternative
Construction Method that is
practical can expedite
participant training, delivery
time, and increase quantity of
houses that can potentially be
delivered to sponsor(s).
The Best Alternative
Construction Method will be
determined. An Alternative
Construction Method that is
practical can expedite
participant training, delivery
time, and increase quantity of
houses that can potentially be
delivered to sponsor(s).
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Construction Method
will be in place
-Curriculum will be
developed
-Classes will be in place
(to implement the best
Alternative
Construction Method in
addition to instruction
already taking place)
-Instructor will be hired
Baseline
Currently, the
traditional method of
construction (wood
framing) is being
used. An
Alternative
Construction
Method can assist
not only in a quicker
turn around period
of delivery but also
in the quantity of
homes per year that
can be built and the
amount of students
that can be
trained/placed in
jobs.
Strategies
Alternative Construction
Method(s) will be identified
and explored by WFD Interim
AVP, Director, and other
staff/faculty as appropriate.
The best Alternative
Construction Method will be
selected be Director and
appropriate staff.
Director will work with
curriculum developer to
finalize curriculum.
Director will hire instructor to
teach the Alternative
Construction Method.
Director will create and
implement a schedule of
classes.
Currently, the
-Alternative
Alternative Construction
traditional method of Method(s) will be identified
Construction Method
construction (wood and explored by WFD Interim
will be in place
framing) is being
-Curriculum will be
AVP, Director, and other
used. An
developed
staff/faculty as appropriate.
-Classes will be in place Alternative
(to implement the best Construction
The best Alternative
Method can assist
Alternative
Construction Method will be
Construction Method in not only in a quicker selected Director and
turn around period
addition to instruction
appropriate staff.
of delivery but also
already taking place)
-Instructor will be hired in the quantity of
Director will work with
homes per year that curriculum developer to
can be built and the finalize curriculum.
amount of students
that can be
Director will hire instructor to
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Workforce Development
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
trained/placed in
jobs.
Strategies
teach the Alternative
Construction Method.
Director will create and
implement a schedule of
classes.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Americana Language Program, Basic Skills, Communications, & Performing Arts
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
322
11000-13001
1
Dean Am Language,
BSK, Comm & Arts
5.1
322
11000-13001
1
Dean Am Language,
BSK, Comm & Arts
3.2
68
11000-55170 10
Mass Communication
VV
69
11000-55190 10
Foreign Language VV
7.1
70
11000-55190 10
Foreign Language VV
5.1
71
11000-55195 10
Drama VV
7.1
Plan
Name
Improve
class fill
rates and
revenue
sufficiency.
Increase
class fill
rate and
revenue
sufficiency.
Sections
taught by
full-time
faculty.
Class fill
rate.
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Using Faculty Development's
attendance sheets for Fall and
Spring.
Completion date August One workshop per
semester.
31, 2006.
Attend one faculty
development workshop per
semester.
Using Faculty Development's
attendance sheets for Fall and
Spring.
Completion date August One workshop per
semester.
31, 2006.
Attend one faculty
development workshop per
semester.
Number of independent study
sections is decreased.
Standard to be met is
80%.
Baseline is 21%.
Find alternative means for
students to complete the field
of study.
1) Promote the option that
Enrollment will increase.
EPCC students have to
complete fourteen hours of
foreign language requirement
for bachelors degree at UTEP
in the Liberal Arts at EPCC
where classes are smaller,
instruction is better and
cheaper than at UTEP.
2)
Promote with students the
idea that they will be more
successful in their careers if
they are bilingual in English
and Spanish.
Increase the number of fullFunds are approved to hire
time faculty in Foreign
one full time instructor.
Language by one.
Standard is 80%.
Baseline is 43%.
Develop and distribute a
brochure sharing these
objectives with EPCC
students.
Standard is 60%.
Baseline is 42%.
Request one full time
instructor position for Valle
Verde campus.
1) Recruit drama students in Increased enrollment.
high schools and at EPCC. 2)
To lower the optima on
Acting classes.
Standard is 80%
Baseline is 55%
1) To develop dual credit
offerings in the high schools.
Develop and distribute a
brochure in high schools and
EPCC. Request that the
optima be lowered following
To ensure that staff attend a
minimum of two professional
development workshops
throughout the year.
To ensure that staff attend a
minimum of two professional
development workshops
throughout the year.
To decrease the number of
independent study sections.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Americana Language Program, Basic Skills, Communications, & Performing Arts
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
72
11000-55195 10
Drama VV
5.1
Sections
taught by
full-time
faculty.
73
11000-55200 10
Music VV
7.1
Class fill
rate.
74
11000-55200 10
Music VV
7.1
Sections
taught by
full-time
faculty.
67
11000-55265 10
Speech VV
5.1
Full-time
faculty
expansion.
75
11000-55422 10
Media Production VV
7.1
Class fill
rate and
revenue
sufficiency.
Objective
Measure
Increase the number of
sections taught in Drama.
Currently, the percent taught
by full-time faculty is 58%
and the standard is 60%.
This objective is very close to
being met. We need to
increase the number of
sections so that we can justify
the need for an additional fulltime instructor.
Lower the optima for music
field of study sections to
reflect reality.
Increase the number of
sections taught in Drama.
Currently, the percent taught
by full-time faculty is 55%
and the standard is 60%.
This objective is very close to
being met. We need to
increase the number of
sections so that we can justify
the need for an additional fulltime instructor.
For Fall 2005, three
additional Speech instructors
district-wide will be hired.
Depending on the availability
of funds, as many as two
more instructors may be hired.
Increase enrollment.
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Standard
Baseline
An additional instructor is
approved for Drama.
Standard is 60%.
Baseline is 58%.
Class fill rate will be
increased.
Standard is 80%.
Baseline is 66%.
An additional instructor is
approved for Drama.
Standard is 60%.
Baseline is 55%.
Strategies
EPCC procedures.
To develop dual credit
offerings in the high schools.
Develop and distribute a
brochure in high schools and
EPCC. Request that the
optima be lowered following
EPCC procedures.
Request lower optima
following established college
procedure.
To develop dual credit
offerings in the high schools.
Develop and distribute a
brochure in high schools and
EPCC. Request that the
optima be lowered following
EPCC procedures.
The increase of full-time
Spring 2006.
Speech instructor will
positively impact the percent
of sections taught by full-time
faculty.
40%
To hire additional faculty.
Enrollment will increase and Standard is 80%.
the class fill rate and revenue
sufficiency targets will be met.
Baseline is 48%.
Promote the program with
high school students already
engaged in coursework that
qualifys for articulated credit
and work to convert
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Americana Language Program, Basic Skills, Communications, & Performing Arts
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
articulated courses to dual
credit courses working with
the Upper Rio Grande College
Tech Prep Youth
Consortium. To develop and
distribute a brochure
promoting the program,
utilizing their database to
connect directly with high
school students and their
parents.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Architecture, Arts, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Retention
Rate
Improve Student retention
rate.
324
11000-13003
1
Dean Arts Arch
Math&Sci VV
7.2
153
11000-55180
1
Art VV
2.2
155
11000-55325
1
Architecture VV
2.1
156
11000-55335
1
Chemistry VV
2.2
323
11000-55350
1
Physics VV
2.1
154
11000-55365
1
Advertising and
Graphics Design
2.1
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Student retention rate in Student retention
Division faculty will be asked
division disciplines will rate for division is
to develop and share effective
approximately 70%. student retention strategies
increase by 5%.
with one another and to
implement these strategies
during the 2005-2006
academic year.
Upgrade
There is an
Upgrade of equipment in
More efficient and
Purchase additional Kilns,
New Kiln, Ceramic Wheels,
equipment Ceramics, Printmaking, and
insufficient number Ceramic Wheels, and Litho
and Litho Stones will be used functional studio
of Kilns, Ceramic
Sculpture classes.
Stones for use in the Art
during 2005-2006.
Wheels, and Litho
Studios
Stones that are
currently available in
the Art Studios.
Increase
Student enrollment Video that describes EPCC
Increase student enrollment in Enrollment in Architecture
Student enrollment in
Student
Architecture classes.
Architecture classes will for Architecture
Architecture program will be
will be tallied for the 2005Enrollment
during 2004-2005
increase by 15%.
distributed to area high
2006 academic year.
was 164 students.
schools to promote program;
Also, the Architecture
discipline will develop a
WebSite to provide
information to the public
about the Architecture
program.
Upgrade
Current Lab Oven is Purchase Econotherm Lab
Upgrade of equipment in
More efficient and
Purchase new Econotherm
Equipment Chemistry Lab.
not available for
functional Chemistry
Oven to be used in Chemistry
Lab Oven.
classroom and lab
Lab.
Lab.
instruction.
Instructors and students All Videos currently New videos in Physics will be
New Videos Update Video Library for
Purchase new videos to be
Physics classes
owned by the
used for instruction in Physics will have access to
purchased
current videos that
Physics discipline
classes.
address issues in
are old and outdated.
Physics.
Increase
Student enrollment Video that describes EPCC
Increase student enrollment in Student enrollment in
Student enrollment in
Student
for Advertising
Advertising Graphics Classes. Advertising Graphics will be Advertising Graphics
Advertising Graphics program
Enrollment
tallied for the 2005-2006
classes will increase by Graphics during
will be sent to counselors in
2004-2005 was 200 area high schools to promote
Academic year.
15%.
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Student retention rate in
division disciplines will be
tallied for the 2005-2006
academic year.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Architecture, Arts, Math and Science
Plan
No.
157
Budget
Acct
11000-55430
Priority
1
Area
EPCC
Goal
Kinesiology VV
2.1
Plan
Name
Increase
Student
Enrollment
Objective
Measure
Standard
Increase student enrollment in Student enrollment in
Student enrollment in
the Kinesiology Discipline.
Kinesiology will be tallied for Kinesiology will
the 2005-2006 Academic year. increase by 15%.
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Baseline
students.
Student enrollment
in Kinesiology
classes during 20042005 was 890
students.
Strategies
program.
Implement an agressive
recruiting/marketing plan to
include: Flyers, brochures,
newspaper articles, and other
printed materials.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Arts, Basic Skills, Communication and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
172
11000-13005
171
11000-55306
Priority
Area
Dean Arts BSk
Comm&Soc Science
TM
1
Economics TM
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Reduce the supply budget by History supply budget will go $2000
$500 and reallocate it to TM- from $1500 to $2000
History discipline's supply
budget shortage.
Full time case load, provide
new teach equipment in
classroom
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Baseline
$1500
Strategies
During the budget process
money will be transferred
from one org to another.
Reserve base line
data, still awaiting
VP research requests
submitted last
Spring - 04
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
37
Budget
Acct
11000-13007
Priority
1
Area
EPCC
Goal
Dn Art BSk Comm Soc 5.1
Sci&Occ Ed RG
Plan
Name
Staff
Developme
nt
Workshops
Objective
Measure
Increase the number of staff
development workshops
attended by Division Staff.
Standard
Increase the number of
workshops attended by
staff from one.
Number of Workshops
increases from 3 to 4.
Baseline
Number attended
now = 3
43
11000-51009
1
Tenure Committe
7.1
Tenure
Committee
Activities
Operate this budget within
the funds allocated.
Budget stays the same.
Maintain status quo
status quo
44
11000-52120
1
Special Projects English 7.1
Chyrasalis
Activities
Operate this budget within
the funds allocated.
Budget stays the same.
Maintain status quo
status quo
45
11000-55187
1
English RG
Developme
ntal Course
Alignment
and
Instructiona
l
Improveme
nt
To align BASK 0303 and
ENGL 0310 to provide a
smoother transition between
those courses; to improve
methods of delivery; and to
increase pass rates
Improve access rate
(percentage of students after
census date who pass with a C
or better)
BASK 0303 increase
pass rate by 7%; ENGL
0310 increase pass rate
7%
BASK 0303
Unknown (BASK
not yet in English
Discipline); ENGL
0310 75%
1.1
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Strategies
Allow staff time during the
work day to attend
workshops. Schedule
additional workstudies to
assist offices when staff
attend workshops. Some staff
attends workshops in Fall,
some in Spring and some in
Summer.
Projected Costs: No cost
for in-house workshops
Operate within funds
limit.
Projected Costs: No cost
Operate within funds
limit.
Projected Costs: No cost
Examine BASK 0303 and
ENGL 0310 syllabi and make
changes to reduce gap
between the courses. Choose
text books in line with revised
syllabi. Train faculty and
select the most student
oriented and pedagogically
prepared instructors to teach
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
46
11000-55192
1
Foreign Language RG
1.1
Successful
completion
of BASK
0306
41
11000-55276
1
ESAL Speech RG
1.1
ESAL 0306 Guidelines for teaching ESAL All ESAL 0306 students will
Instructor's 0306; standardizing
receive assignments and take
Guidelines assignments and exams.
exams based on an ESAL
0306 Instructor's guideline
manual.
42
11000-55287
1
38
11000-55292
1
Philosophy RG
2.1
History RG
7.1
Discipline
Enrollment
Increase
Successful completion of
BASK Math course.
Standard
Percentage of passing students. 70%
Sections taught by Full-Time Increased enrollment in each
Faculty
of the semesters during the
next two fiscal years.
Unkown
By Spring, 2005, 100% Currently, no
assignment or exam
of ESAL 0306
guidelines exist.
instructors will give
assignments and exams
based on the guidelines.
60%
Percent of Fall and Spring
Percent of Fall and Spring
60
Sections taught by Full-Time Sections taught by Full-Time
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Sections
Taught by
Baseline
35
53
Strategies
the classes.
- Promote the use of related
labs and tutors. - evaluate the
placement test cutoffs for
accuracy of placing students
in correct level. - district
wide workshop to brainstorm
strategies for success during
faculty development week.
The full-time instructors of
ESAL will create guidelines
for ESAL 0306. The
guidelines will include the
types of exams and
assignments that should be
given in level 6 to get the
students ready for the next
level of classes. The
guidelines will be distributed
through the faculty
coordinators and at Faculty
Development
workshops.
Project Costs: Minimal -copying costs
Review and
revision.
Projected Costs: NA
Track the percent of sections
taught by full-time faculty
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Arts, Basic Skills, Communications, Occupational Education and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Full-Time
Faculty
39
11000-55292
1
History RG
7.1
40
11000-55426
.
Travel Counselor RG
2.1
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
for last three years.
for last three years.
CLASS
Percent of classes 75% full
FILL RATE (optimum fill rate) on census
date (excluding C.E.
students). Based on number
of students in each section for
last three years (Fall, Spring,
and Summer) on census date.
Brochure
Develop brochure for
Developme promotion of the Travel &
nt
Tourism Program.
Percent of classes 75% full
(optimum fill rate) on census
date (excluding C.E.
students). Based on number
of students in each section for
last three years (Fall, Spring,
and Summer) on census date.
Increase enrollment in each of
the semesters during the next
2 fiscal years.
80
79
Increase all courses to
maximum capacity of
12.
None
Strategies
and report failures to meet the
standards to appropriate
Deans.
Monitor course fill-rates and
identify ways and means to
achieve the desired fill rates
to maximize use of resources.
Work with appropriate
persons involved in
scheduling classes.
Work with EPISD Upper Rio
Grande Tech Prep Youth
Consortium to develop and
market the Travel & Tourism
program to the
high.
Attend new faculty Expo to
market program to new parttime & full-time instructors.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 12
Associate Dean for Nursing
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
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Vocational Nursing RG 6.1
Revenue
Determine the decrease in the
Sufficiency number of academic course
offerings other than nursing
that would occur at EPCC if
the nursing program was not
at EPCC.
Demonstrate that lost
classes equal lost
revenue.
Develop a plan with
Institutional Research.
Develop and implement a
plan with Specialized
Admissions to capture all
students that declare nursing
as a major.
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Vocational Nursing RG 1.1
Enrollment
Trends
Investigate the number of
academic courses that would
be lost (to include lost
revenue) due to the nonavailability of nursing
program: Develop a plan to
capture and maintain all
students that declare nursing
as a major.
Maintain current enrollment Develop a plan with the
and increase enrollment
college that addresses
according to BNE guidelines. classroom availability for
nursing courses that will allow
for maximum enrollment, and
that is related to faculty
availability.
Adhere to BNE
guidelines for number
of students per faculty
ratio in lecture lab and
clinical in new student
numbers.
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Vocational Nursing RG 2.1
Class Fill
Rate
Improve the academic year
enrollment in ADN nursing.
Adhere to BNE
guidelines: Clinical one (1) instructor to ten
(10) students; generic
students administered to
program; classroom and
faculty availability.
163
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Vocational Nursing RG 8.1
Enrollment in nursing courses
for academic year, by
semester will increase and
maintain as compared to prior
academic year by semesters,
also looking at optimum
numbers placed in class fill
rates.
Committee Student participation in
Students participate in at least
Health Fairs community based health fairs. 1 health fair per school year.
Identify and discuss
classroom scheduling with the
Scheduling Department, Dr.
Brown and Dr. Mitchell.
Develop and implement a
plan for nursing classes to
accommodate students
adequately on a continuing
basis.
Increase RETAIN sessions
with students. Increase
faculty mentoring as
appropriate.
164
11000-V55005 5
Vocational Nursing RG 7.1
Student
Licensure
Certificatio
n
Utilize results from ERI
total testing program.
165
11000-V55005 6
Vocational Nursing RG 7.1
Course
Syllabus
Improve RETAIN sessions
offered to students, develop a
method of assisting courses,
improve the low indicators
from the ERI exam given to
each class each semester.
All courses actually taught in Maintain course syllabi for all
the nursing curriculum will
nursing course currently
Improve the licensure pass
rate on NCLEX for first time
takers.
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occurred.
All courses in the EPCC
catalog for nursing will
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Students to be given an
assignment whereby marks
are based on participation.
Each course to receive copies
of student scores for ERI and
faculty will work with their
team to improve weak areas
identified in each course by
ERI.
Identify sillabi that need to be
developed in nursing.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 12
Associate Dean for Nursing
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
166
11000-V55005 1
Vocational Nursing RG 1.1
167
11000-V55005 2
Vocational Nursing RG 7.1
168
11000-V55005 3
Vocational Nursing RG 1.1
168
11000-V55005 3
Vocational Nursing RG 2.1
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11000-V55005 4
Vocational Nursing RG 1.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Revision
have current syllabus.
Increase
Retention
in Nursing
Classes
Class fill rate less than 75%
in more than 20% of
scheduled classes for each of
3 previous years.
Standard
taught in the nursing
have syllabi.
program. Identify what
syllabi still need to be written
and have faculty compensated
or volunteer to write
noncompleted syllabus.
75% fill rate on census
Classes 75% fill in census
date in 80% of classes.
date, based on number of
students in each section for
last 3 years.
Baseline
Strategies
Optimum class
levels set at 20
students per NURA
starting class X 2
dates per year.
Although there have not been
enough applicants to start a
January NURA class, one has
started in Spring 2004.
Nursing tutors are provided
on site to help increase
retention in continuing
classes. Failing students are
cancelled and referred to
PASS, RP and all RETAIN
classes.
Increase
Formula instituted ty Spring 2004 NURA class
Insufficient revenue to
Yes, revenue received
Revenue must be larger than
Revenue to support the VN Nursing
Institutional
initiated strategies are
revenue spent for past 3 years. must be larger than
Support
Effectiveness
Program for each of 3
revenue spent.
impacted to increase student
Vocational previous years.
Committee.
retention. Revenue sufficient
Nursing
formula to be reviewed with
Program
Institutional Effectiveness
Committee faculty. Student
ratio must be low due to
licensing registration.
Student
70%
Student satisfaction with the Percent of satisfaction based
80% of students state
Date reviewed over last 2
Satisfaction program over last 3 years less on Fall and Spring percent of they are successful with
years does not support this
in the
than 80%
students satisfied with labs
labs and technology.
finding.
Nursing
and technology over last 3
Program
years.
Student
70%
Student satisfaction with the Percent of satisfaction based
80% of students state
Date reviewed over last 2
Satisfaction program over last 3 years less on Fall and Spring percent of they are successful with
years does not support this
in the
than 80%
students satisfied with labs
labs and technology.
finding.
Nursing
and technology over last 3
Program
years.
Revision of Course syllabus revised
Syllabi revised and recorded
Yes, current syllabi on
Current syllabus have been
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 12
Associate Dean for Nursing
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Syllabus
170
11000-V55005 5
Vocational Nursing RG 7.1
Advisory
Committee
Members
in Nursing
Objective
Measure
within the last 3 years based
on number of course syllabi
in the program and the
revision date of each syllabus.
Percentage of nursing
committee members meets
community needs.
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Baseline
in the Curriculum Department record at Curriculum
for previous 3 years.
Department.
Survey the advisory
committee and ask if the
program is meeting
community needs for the
previous 3 years.
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state program meets
community needs
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Strategies
submitted for the courses that
are currently taught.
76%
Committee to be reminded on
importance of returning the 2
surveys.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Library Technical Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
183
11000-52144
1
Library Tech service
6.1
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1
Library Tech service
7.1
Plan
Name
Electronic
Access to
Periodical
Database in
College
Library
Electronic
Access to
Periodical
Database in
College
Library
Objective
Measure
Purchase and implement
software to provide access for
our students to electronic
periodicals in the OPAC
(Online Public Access
Catalog).
Purchase and implement
software to provide access for
our students to electronic
periodicals in the OPAC
(Online Public Access
Catalog).
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Software is implemented and
operational.
Students will be able to
access periodicals and
our databases in campus
and remotely.
Students don't have
electronic access to
our periodicals
collection.
1. Purchase software
2. Implement software
3. Write and disseminate info
for use
Software is implemented and
operational.
Students will be able to
access periodicals and
our databases in campus
and remotely.
Students don't have
electronic access to
our periodicals
collection.
1. Purchase software
2. Implement software
3. Write and disseminate info
for use
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
47
11000-13004
1
Dean Occupational
Education VV
2.1
48
11000-13011
1
VV Faculty Travel Occ 1.3
Ed
48
11000-13011
1
VV Faculty Travel Occ 1.1
Ed
48
11000-13011
1
VV Faculty Travel Occ 5.1
Ed
49
11000-41009
3
Fire Recruit Training
7.1
51
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1
Library VV
8.5
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Occupation Start Dual Credit Occupatinal Number of dual credit
al Dual
Courses at the local High
offerings.
Credit
Schools
Faculty
Travel
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
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being used for library
instruction.
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Current Baseline ins A. Establish meeting with
0%
coordinators and key ISD
personnel that will teach the
dual credit courses. B.
Facilitate credentialing of
Dual Credit faculty.
Currently not have
A. 2 of 3 or 66% by
Solicite faculty travel request.
May 2006 B. 1of 1 or traveled from this
budget.
100% by May 2006
5 Dual credit classes
and / or subjects by
May 2006.
Send Education faculty and a A. Number of Education
librarian to training
faculty attending Education
conference.
conference. B. One librarian
attending at least one national
conference.
Faculty
Send Education faculty and a A. Number of Education
Travel
librarian to training
faculty attending Education
conference.
conference. B. One librarian
attending at least one national
conference.
Faculty
Send Education faculty and a A. Number of Education
faculty attending Education
Travel
librarian to training
conference. B. One librarian
conference.
attending at least one national
conference.
Obtain facilities to qualify for Recognized as a Sole
Facilities
State Certification training
for Fire
Certified training agency.
Technology agency without the
dependency of El Paso Fire
Department. To include
storage building and
classroom space.
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Baseline
Currently not have
A. 2 of 3 or 66% by
May 2006 B. 1of 1 or traveled from this
budget.
100% by May 2006
Solicite faculty travel request.
A. 2 of 3 or 66% by
Currently not have
May 2006 B. 1of 1 or traveled from this
100% by May 2006
budget.
Solicite faculty travel request.
Texas Commission Fire The Fire Technology
Protection Standards for program is
recognized as a
Training Facilities.
training agency
based on equipment
and facilities
provided by the El
Paso Fire
Department.
Classroom seats
Library will have a
approximately 30
classroom that
students and houses
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people 16 computer
and houses a minimum workstations.
of 40 computer
workstations.
1. Design facilities/locate a
site to comply with
commission standards. 2.
Proposal bids and
construction of
facilities/props. 3. Site visit
by the TX Commission on
Fire Protection to certify
facilities.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
6.1
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
8.1
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
1.6
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
1.5
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
1.1
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
8.3
Expansion
of library
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
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Standard
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
1/25/2007
Baseline
Strategies
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Instruction
room
and house additional
computer workstations.
instruction.
New expanded classroom is
being used for library
instruction.
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
Library will have a
classroom that
comfortably seats a
minimum of 42 people
and houses a minimum
of 40 computer
workstations.
The VV library website
will add 10 extra
handouts to our website
by December 2005
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
between C-310 and C-311
Classroom seats
approximately 30
students and houses
16 computer
workstations.
Expand classroom (C311) by
knocking out the wall
between C-310 and C-311
The VV Library
currently has 35
handouts on our
website
Create handouts and make
these available through our
website.
Increased number of handouts Additional handouts will be
will be available through our available online.
website.
The VV library website
will add 10 extra
handouts to our website
by December 2005
The VV Library
currently has 35
handouts on our
website
Create handouts and make
these available through our
website.
Increased number of handouts Additional handouts will be
will be available through our available online.
website.
The VV library website
will add 10 extra
handouts to our website
by December 2005
The VV Library
currently has 35
handouts on our
website
Create handouts and make
these available through our
website.
Increased number of handouts Additional handouts will be
will be available through our available online.
website.
The VV library website
will add 10 extra
handouts to our website
by December 2005
The VV Library
currently has 35
handouts on our
website
Create handouts and make
these available through our
website.
51
11000-52123
1
Library VV
5.3
Expansion
of library
Instruction
room
Increased space in classroom
to seat additional students
and house additional
computer workstations.
52
11000-52123
4
Library VV
1.1
Increased number of handouts Additional handouts will be
will be available through our available online.
website.
52
11000-52123
4
Library VV
1.5
52
11000-52123
4
Library VV
1.6
52
11000-52123
4
Library VV
1.2
Digitization
of
additional
handout for
the VV
library
website.
Digitization
of
additional
handout for
the VV
library
website.
Digitization
of
additional
handout for
the VV
library
website.
Digitization
of
additional
handout for
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
the VV
library
website.
Digitization
of
additional
handout for
the VV
library
website.
Increase fill
rate of
ACNT
classes
Computer
Table
Upgrade
52
11000-52123
4
Library VV
1.4
53
11000-55210
1
Accounting VV
2.1
54
11000-55215
1
Computer Info Sys VV 8.3
54
11000-55215
1
Computer Info Sys VV 7.1
Computer
Table
Upgrade
54
11000-55215
1
Computer Info Sys VV 8.5
Computer
Table
Upgrade
55
11000-55235
1
Management VV
4.2
Partnership
Objective
Measure
Increased number of handouts Additional handouts will be
will be available through our available online.
website.
Standard
The VV library website
will add 10 extra
handouts to our website
by December 2005
Increase fill rate in ACNT
Reports on fill rates by course Increase by 3% points
classes from 65% (Fall 04) to prefix and campus.
68%.
Baseline
The VV Library
currently has 35
handouts on our
website
Strategies
Create handouts and make
these available through our
website.
Currently fill rate is
65.31%
Schedule low enrollment
classes once a year. Offer less
sections of multiple sections
if fill rate is less than equal.
Replace computer tables in
Purchase and installation of
100% table replacement Current tables do not Purchase and installation of
allow for textbooks tables
following rooms A1515,
tables.
or note taking. CPU
A1711, A1724
boxes are located on
top of desks and
should be below to
free desk space
Replace computer tables in
Purchase and installation of
100% table replacement Current tables do not Purchase and installation of
allow for textbooks tables
following rooms A1515,
tables.
or note taking. CPU
A1711, A1724
boxes are located on
top of desks and
should be below to
free desk space
Replace computer tables in
Purchase and installation of
100% table replacement Current tables do not Purchase and installation of
allow for textbooks tables
following rooms A1515,
tables.
or note taking. CPU
A1711, A1724
boxes are located on
top of desks and
should be below to
free desk space
Strong interest by
Partner with 1-3 El Paso area Number of students 4 enrolled Number of committed
A. Demand Draft companies
the El Paso Electric interested. B. Demand Draft
businesses and offer courses in Business Management
partnerships.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
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1
Office Information
System VV
8.4
On site
training
Establish on business site
training with outside
organizations in Microsoft
office Word, Excel
Powerpoint, Access with
MOS Certification Emphasis.
57
11000-55370
1
Automotive Technology 8.1
Purchase
State of the Art Lift will
Scissors Lift provide appropriate lifting
technology to meet current
industry requirements.
57
11000-55370
1
Automotive Technology 3.1
Purchase
State of the Art Lift will
Scissors Lift provide appropriate lifting
technology to meet current
industry requirements.
57
11000-55370
1
Automotive Technology 1.6
State of the Art Lift will
Purchase
Scissors Lift provide appropriate lifting
technology to meet current
industry requirements.
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Baseline
courses.
on site.
56
Standard
Company
recruitment process
began Fall 2004 and
continued Spring
2005.
To be determined by
On site training
Number of students
completed Spring 2006 number enrolled.
successfully completing
courses will measure objective and possible ongoing.
IE number completions
number enrolled.
Students will be able to obtain Students will be able to Newer vehicles
require different
current employable skills.
operate lift and safely
service modern vehicles. lifting procedures
that is currently
possible with our
existing lift systems.
Students will be able to obtain Students will be able to Newer vehicles
require different
operate lift and safely
current employable skills.
service modern vehicles. lifting procedures
that is currently
possible with our
existing lift systems.
Students will be able to obtain Students will be able to Newer vehicles
operate lift and safely
require different
current employable skills.
service modern vehicles. lifting procedures
that is currently
possible with our
existing lift systems.
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Strategies
goals of companies of their
expectations C. Demand Draft
courses D. Continued follow
up.
Recruitment by recruiter
(Chip Taberski): Training
schedule
NOTE: THE PROGRAM'S
NAME HAS CHANGED TO
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY I WAS NOT
ABLE TO CHANGE THE
NAME ON TOP.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the Lift.
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
EPCC
Goal
11000-55370
Automotive Technology 4.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Purchase
State of the Art Lift will
Scissors Lift provide appropriate lifting
technology to meet current
industry requirements.
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Students will be able to obtain Students will be able to Newer vehicles
require different
operate lift and safely
current employable skills.
service modern vehicles. lifting procedures
that is currently
possible with our
existing lift systems.
58
Replacement lift will enhance Students will be able to
Students will be able to Current lift is
11000-55370 2
Automotive Technology 1.6 Purchase
replacement student learning due to
approximately 20
complete projects in less time operate lift and safely
2 post lift. improved efficiency and Lab and meet more learning
years old and often
service a variety of
hangs up while
safety.
objectives during the course. vehicles.
students are using it,
requiring special
attention to safely
lower vehicle.
58
Replacement lift will enhance Students will be able to
Students will be able to Current lift is
11000-55370 2
Automotive Technology 8.1 Purchase
replacement student learning due to
approximately 20
complete projects in less time operate lift and safely
2 post lift. improved efficiency and Lab and meet more learning
years old and often
service a variety of
hangs up while
safety.
objectives during the course. vehicles.
students are using it,
requiring special
attention to safely
lower vehicle.
11000-55370 2
Automotive Technology 4.1 Purchase
Students will be able to Current lift is
58
Replacement lift will enhance Students will be able to
complete projects in less time operate lift and safely
replacement student learning due to
approximately 20
service a variety of
2 post lift. improved efficiency and Lab and meet more learning
years old and often
objectives during the course. vehicles.
hangs up while
safety.
students are using it,
requiring special
attention to safely
lower vehicle.
58
Replacement lift will enhance Students will be able to
Students will be able to Current lift is
11000-55370 2
Automotive Technology 3.1 Purchase
replacement student learning due to
approximately 20
complete projects in less time operate lift and safely
2 post lift. improved efficiency and Lab and meet more learning
years old and often
service a variety of
safety.
hangs up while
objectives during the course. vehicles.
students are using it,
requiring special
attention to safely
lower vehicle.
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Area
Strategies
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the
replacement Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the
replacement Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the
replacement Lift.
The objective can be attained
by purchasing the
replacement Lift.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
59
11000-55375
1
Child Development VV 2.1
60
11000-55380
1
Criminal Justice VV
1.3
61
11000-55390
1
Draft & Design VV
1.1
50
11000-55405
2
Fire Technology VV
7.1
62
11000-55417
1
Social Work Program
1.1
63
11000-55421
1
Legal Assistant VV
1.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
3% by Summer 2007
Most recent three
year average.
Improve and fully implement
student mentoring system,
i.e., faculty for each Child
Development major.
80% we cannot add
new section during
the day because we
look credentialed
instructors.
This current year we
have approximately
105 students taking
drafting classes with
approximately 30
being drafting
majors.
1. Hire full time tenure track
instructor to fill day classes.
2. Recruit more credentialed
adjunct faculty for pool.
Improve
retention
graduation
and
completion
rates.
Hiring full
time faculty
Increase graduation rate by
3% from the previous three
year average.
Number of students
graduating from the Child
Development Program.
Hire adjunct or full time
instructors credentialed to
teach transfer Criminal
Justice courses during the day.
100%
When all day classes have
credentialed faculty and a
pool exists to cover expansion
of sections as needs increase.
Drafting
Department
Student
Recruitment
Plan.
Increase student enrollment in To increase student
An increase over the
the Drafting and Design
base by the end of
enrollment in each regular
Technology program over the semester and summer session. spring 2006.
next two years.
Strategies
A. Target specific high
schools for recruitment
presentations. B. Get local
industry directly involved
with our recruitment efforts.
C. Continue to advise
students internally within the
department.
Fire
Continuation of providing
Degree awarded and the The current viability 1. Moniter the programs 2.
To improve the viability
Technology quality education and
indicators 71% and Develop specific strategies.
completion of
indicators in classroom fill
the Quality
certification for the Fire Tech rate and quality indicators in
certification. Increase
3. Evaluate progress 4.
indicators 84%.
A.A.S. degrees.
Continue marketing the
completions of the Associates in percentage the
viability and quality
program.
of Applied Science in Fire
indicators.
Science and Administration
and Firefighter degree.
Improve
Increase graduation rate by
Number of students
5% increase by Summer Most recent three
Improve and fully implement
retention
year average.
5% from the previous three
graduation from the Social
2007
student mentoring system,
graduation year average.
Work Program.
i.e., faculty mentor for each
and
Social Work major.
completion
rates
Improve
Increase number of students Number of students
Increase graduation by Most recent 3 yr.
Improve high school, private
Retention, graduation from the Paralegal graduation from the Paralegal 5% from the previous
average.
sector recruitment of students
Graduation, Program.
three year average.
and improve mentoring
Program
and
system.
Completion
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 41
Education and Occupational Programs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
s rates.
64
11000-55424
1
Sign Language
Interpreter
4.1
65
11000-55424
1
Sign Language
Interpreter
3.1
66
11000-55435
1
Education VV
1.1
El Paso
Regional
Day School
Program
Outreach
Course.
NW
Campus
Enrollment
Expansion
Improve
retention
graduation
and
completion
rates
1 section of SLNG 1391
offered offsite.
Section has 50% or 12 student 1 section offered by Fall 0
2005.
enrollment.
Offer introductory ASL
courses ie SLNG 1404, 1405
SLNG 1215, 1211
Each section has 50% or 12
student enrollment
4 sections offered by
Spring 2006
0
Increase graduation rate by
3% from the previous three
year average.
Number of students
graduating from the AAEducation program.
3%
Most recent threeyear average.
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PARALEGAL PROGRAM. I
WAS NOT ABLE TO
CHANGE IT ON THE TOP.
1. Schedule course for Fall
2005. 2. Recruit faculty. 3.
Generate Syllabus 4. Order
textbooks.
1. Schedule course for Spring
2006 2. Recruit faculty 3.
Generate syllabi. 4. Order
textbooks.
Improve and fully implement
student faculty mentoring
system ie, faculty for each
Education major.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
ESL, Reading and Social Sciences
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
343
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
6.1
344
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
6.1
345
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
6.1
346
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
1.1
ESL
Faculty
Tutoring
347
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
5.1
Hire New
Faculty
348
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
349
11000-13002
Dean ESL, Reading &
Social Sciences
Measure
Work with Publishers in
order for interested faculty to
develop on-line testing to
intergrate internet and
textbook usage.
Urge the purchase of more
media laptop carts.
Outside
Speakers
2.1
Objective
Urge the paid completion of
classroom wiring for
classrooms most used by
Social Science instructors
One full-time faculty member
from each campus will be
give 3hrs released-time to
tutor all ESL students during
the semester. The assignment
would rotate if that is the
wish of faculty on each
campus. This would focus on
the writing component.
Hire more full-time faculty to
bring course/faculty rattio
claser to QI of 65%.
Receive funding to invite
(and reimburse) speakers to
visit EPCC and give talks and
offer workshops related to the
field of Psychology or
methods of teaching to
enhance the discipline.
Recruitment Compare enrollment befroe
and after project.
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Examining and analyzing
what technology is now
available at EPCC.
Urge administrative and fact
grant work for funding
possiblities.
Examing and analyzing what
technology is now available at
EPCC.
Examing and analyzing what
technology is now available at
EPCC.
Urge administrative and
faculty grant work for funding
possiblities.
Urge administrative and
faculty grant work for funding
possibilities.
We should see an increase in
the passrate of our writing
students, so they would be
able to enter regular courses
more quickly.
Fever student would
have to repeat the
writing components.
Since our classes
have over the
recommended
number of students,
there is not enough
time to give each
student extra help
they need.
One full-time trained ESL
faculty member would be
assinged to tutor those ESL
students who are having
difficulty with their writing
and who need the extra help.
Current FT position (7)
compared to next year
At least 1 new FT
faculty member.
7 members
Advestise position and hire
Simply compare the number
of guests during academic
years.
Invite and reimburse
speakers.
Hire two recruiters
specifically for ESL and also
allow ESL Professors to do
interviews.
Increased enrollment
after one year.
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Find funding with EPCC
offers and, or external sources
to help alley the costs of
inviting and hosting guest
speakers. Select guests and
invite them. Publish the topic
and speaker with location to
inivte many EPCC members
to attend.
Methods of recruitment:
radio and TV talk shows,
presentations to schools,
PTAs, etc.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
1.1
Plan
Name
Addditional
library
materials
for RG
Library
Objective
Measure
Standard
92
11000-52125
1
Library RG
76
11000-55002
2
Dietetic Technology RG 2.1
Class fill
rate
Increase the per cent of
classes which are 75%
fall on census date.
77
11000-55002
2
Dietetic Technology RG 2.1
Revenue
Sufficiency
78
11000-55002
2
Dietetic Technology RG 1.1
Number of
Graduates
For each 3 previous
years the program credit
hours times the average
fall tuition plus State
reimbursement is
greater than program
budget plus overhead
cost.
Increase the number of
graduates within the last
3 years to 15 or more
79
11000-55002
2
Dietetic Technology RG 1.2
80
11000-55002
1
Dietetic Technology RG 1.1
Sections
taught by
Full-time
Faculty
Graduate
Purchase approximately
6,235 new items for the
library with an average price
of 37.73
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By the end of FY 20092010 we would like to
provide at least 10
books/student. This
would mean that an
additional 27,102 items
would need to
purchased in the next
five budget periods.
Increase the number of
sections taught by full
time faculty
Increase graduate
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Baseline
Fall 2004, the RG
Library owned
20,368 items. With
4,747 students in fall
of 2004 we were
able to provide only
4.8 items per student
Strategies
Buy new materials for the
library with additonal funds.
Using a 5 year plan assuming
enrollment of 4,747 at the Fall
2004 level, we would need
additional funds to purchase
an adequate number of
materials in all instructional
fields to support instruction.
Material prices increase at
least 4% each year.Libraries
also "lose" an average of 4%
of the collection to loss,
damage or because materials
are outdated annually.
1. Continue strategies
developed to increase
enrollment. 2. Develop on
line course work
Continue strategies identical
for increasing enrollment
1) Continue strategies for
increasing enrollment. 2)
Evaluate the curriculum to
find a point for an exit
certificate.
Evaluate team taught course
assignments
1)Stress to graduates the
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Satisfaction
satisfaction
Baseline
81
11000-55002
1
Dietetic Technology RG 1.2
Advisory
Committee
Mtg.
Schedule a Advisory
Committee meeting
each year.
82
11000-55002
1
Dietetic Technology RG 1.1
Student
Registration
Results
Improve the per cent of
graduates passing the
registration examination
111
11000-55115
1
Health Prof. & Related 8.1
Sciences
Advisory
Committee
The attendance records of
previous advisory committee
meetings
Annual meetings to be
held with attendance of
50% or more of
members participating
112
11000-55115
1
Health Prof. & Related 2.1
Sciences
Enrollment
in HPRS
courses to
the standard
The master class schedules
are used to follow the
enrollment statistics that
would be used to evaluate the
enrollment increases.
Class fill rate of 80% by Program review
indicates class fill
2007.
rate less than 80%
currently
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Meeting have been
canceled or not
scheduled for 2
years.
Strategies
importance of them
completing the graduate
survey. 2) Develop a
supplemental graduate survey.
1) Update the Advisory
Committee member list to
seek more active members. 2)
Elect a community member as
chair of the committee. 3)
Schedule meetings early in
the semester in order to follow
up pressing issues.
1) Re-evaluate the program.
2) Improve enrollment and
graduation rates. 3) Develop a
review course for the
registration examination.
1. Invite new members to
participate on the advisory
committee along with current
and past members who have
continued their committed
efforts. 2. Poll members for
days and times that are most
convenient. 3. Offer a meal or
other type of refreshments.
1) Promote courses through
counselors, 2) Includes HPRS
courses in degree plan for
Health Occ. Programs as
support courses. 3) Offer
HPRS courses in online or
enhanced classroom formats
for better availability. 4)
Increase the HPRS courses for
use as continuing education
opportunities. 5) Implement
dual-credit and articulation
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
150
11000-55118
1
Radiation Therapy RG
1.1
Hire full
Reduce cost of hiring parttime faculty time faculty
151
11000-55118
2
Radiation Therapy RG
7.1
Maintain full accreditation of
program
152
11000-55118
3
Radiation Therapy RG
7.1
143
11000-55125
1
Dental Assisting RG
2.1
Achieve
initial
JRCERT
accreditatio
ns of the
Radiation
Therapy
Program
Provide
instuctions
and
students
with state
of the art
instructiona
l
equipment.
Class fill
rate
144
11000-55125
1
Dental Assisting RG
2.1
Enrollment
trends.
Standard
Baseline
Meet the accreditation Will not meet
standards for no. of Full- minimum standards
time faculty for RADT for faculty numbers
for instruction
Achieve full
New program
accreditation
applying for initial
accreditation
Strategies
processes where appropriate.
Advertise to secure a qualified
RADT instructor (budget)
Complete self study conduct
site visit: Projected costs:
$5500.00 accreditation fee
Faculty evaluation and
student outcomes. Provide
efficient teaching instructions
Provide efficient
teaching instructions
To allow faculty and students
to utilize state of the art
technology for class
presentations
75% on census date
Anticipate recruitment none
to be ongoing, however
will enhance activities
during the Spring and
Summer
Seat count is increasing or is
level on census date.
This standard was met,
however the report was
marked incorrectly
under met/not met.
Faculty will explore possible
curriculum changes, increase
recruitment activities. And
increase articulation
agreements with area ISD
health science programs.
Class size is dependent on the
accreditation standards, the
advisory committee and
employment availability in
area
Faculty increase recruitment
activities, increase
articulation agreements with
area ISD health science
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
145
11000-55125
1
Dental Assisting RG
7.1
Revenue
sufficiency
Program will seek oustide
grants, recruitment activities
to increase enrollment
119
11000-55130
1
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
2.1
Improve of
program
criteria
review:
cost per
student
Met program review criteria:
cost per student
120
11000-55130
1
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
7.1
Sections
taught by
full-time
faculty
Sections taught by full time
faculty
Not met
121
11000-55130
1
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
7.1
Initiate post
secondary
articulation
agreements
as
appropriate
DMSO program has current
transfer guides for NMUS
and UTEP for academic
courses written program
In progress
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Standard
Strategies
programs.
Faculty increase recruitment
activities, increase
articulation agreements with
area ISD health science
programs and seek outside
grant sources to support
program
In progress
Formula: credit hrs x
Increase the optimal number
average tuition (fall) per
of accepted students into the
credit hour + state
program from 5 to 8 per year.
reimbursement is
Develop an AAS degree for
greater than 33% of the
DMSO doubling the number
program budget. ( Met )
of students in the program per
year from 8 to 18.50%
increase in Instructional
supplies budget needed for
additional supplies and
expenses.
60% of sections will be 40% of sections
1. Request funding and
taught by FT faculty approval of position. 2. Hire a
taught by FT faculty
based on 9/03
full time faculty for DMSO
program review
program.
report
1. Development of
There is written
1. Follow up on graduate
new AAS degree for surveys to monitor number of
evidence of attempted
diagnostic medical students continuing to higher
or revised articulation
within the last 3 years. sonography. 2. the
education. 2. Attempt to
DMSO courses with written agreements with
in the program do
universities that are program
not articulate with
specific transfer quotes.
higher education,
however most of the
general education
courses do based on
current UTEP and
NMSU
transferability guides.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
122
11000-55130
1
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
7.1
Improve
student
licensure/ce
rtification
pass rate
for the
most recent
year.
Met 80% of 90% of a
standard that is voluntary for
the student to sit for
licensure/certification
123
11000-55130
1
Diagnostic Medical
Sonography
1.2
Revenue
sufficiency
Cost per student
83
11000-55135
1
Medical Assisting
2.1
Class fill
rate
84
11000-55135
1
Medical Assisting
2.1
Revenue
sufficiency
85
11000-55135
2
Medical Assisting
8.1
86
11000-55135
1
Medical Assisting
8.1
Advisory
committee
DACUM
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The
licensure/certification is
voluntary not mandated
by national or state.
Baseline
Strategies
80% pass rate for
EPCC students on a
national licensure
that has a national
pass rate of 60%.
Voluntary
1. Encourage students to sit
the national licensure ASAP
even though it is voluntary 2.
Counsel students on how to
find monies to pay for
licensure fee ($200) per exam
minimum fo two required for
licensure. A. Request if
employer will assist with
licensure fees as part of
recruit benefits. B. Check to
see if employer has
continuing education fund
that can be used for licensure
fees
2003 program
Formula: credit hrs x
Already increased the optimal
average tuition (fall) per review criteria unmet number of accepted students
credit hour + state
into the program from 5 to 8
reimbursement is
per year. Developed an AAS
greater than 33% of the
degree for DMSO doubling
program budget
the number of the students in
the program per year from 8
to 18
Increase enrollment
participate in health fairs
when possible involve current
students in advertising
The only thing we can do is
maximize enrollment which
we are trying to do.
Pass out survey at last
meeting of the year.
DACUM and AAMA told us
to remove DACUM stds and
use (focus) on AAMA stds.
Add DACUM after reaccrediation.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
87
11000-55140
1
Pharmacy Technology
NWC
2.1
1) Increase
class-fill
rate. 2)
revenue
sufficiency
standard
Before and after comparison:
whether something is one,
developed, completed, put in
place, increased, stable):
Increase enrollment is Spring
and Fall semesters
Expected future status
at a specified time.
Spring 2005 we expect
to see a 50% file rate for
new coming students.
88
11000-55140
1
Pharmacy Technology
NWC
1.2
Student
satisfaction
Develop and coordinate an
effective system to increase
student satisfaction with the
program
Expected future status
at a specified time:
80% satisfaction
89
11000-55141
1
Dental Hygiene
7.1
Revenue
sufficiency
Program will seek outside
grants, recruitment activities
enrollment
No response
none
146
11000-55141
1
Dental Hygiene
Student
success
Percent of students
employed/transferred/enter
military with 1 year of
graduation based on the
number of grades for the
program
No responses
none
1
Medical Laboratory
Technolog
Student
To increase enrollment into
satisfication the Medical Lab Tech
program
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11000-55142
2.1
Maximum enrollment
(12 students) in Fall
2004
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Current class fill rate
for first semester
students
(introductory
courses) is 44% at
the first day of
classes ( 11
students), with only
81% retention (9
students) in
midmester. Fill rate
for second semester
courses (professional
core courses) is
38% (7 students)
no data-
no data
Strategies
* Active participation in
school career days*
introducing program using
Powerpoint presentations to
interested high school
students and their
counselors* implement
curriculum changes to enable
program to compete with
outside tech prep agencies,
while keeping high quality
standards * focusing on
articulations and Dual Credits.
Purchasing up-to-date user
friendly and industry used
software, purchasing
laboratory supply and
equipment, recruiting well
trained laboratory assistants.
Faculty increase recruitment
activities, increase
articulation agreements with
area ISD health science
programs and seek outside
grant sources to support
program
When state report arrives
program coordinator will
attempt to contact all not
accounted for in Texas. A
number of students are in the
New Mexico and surrounding
areas.
Advertising program on
EPCC channel, making &
distributing new program
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
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Medical Laboratory
Technolog
2.1
Increase
enrollment
Number of students enrolled
in program
141
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Medical Laboratory
Technolog
2.1
Increase
number of
graduates
Number of students
graduating from program
142
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Medical Laboratory
Technolog
7.1
To meet
viablity
indicatorrevenue
Cost per student
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Strategies
pamphlets, creating and
posting a web page on EPCC
web site, visiting biology
classrooms at area High
Schools, working closely with
Phlebotomy program,
participating in the
community events such as
Health Fairs and Career
Days. Working to articulate
at least one MLT course.
none
Maximum enrollment
Increase recruitment efforts
(12 students) in Fall
by : Advertising program on
2004 or 80% of
EPCC channel, making &
optimum
distributing new program
pamphlets, creating and
posting a web page on EPCC
web site, visiting biology
classes at Magnet High
School, working closely with
Phlebotomy program
At least 80% of enrolled
Increase recruitment efforts
students and graduate
by : Advertising program on
within 2 years of entry
EPCC channel, making &
into MLAB courses
distributing new program
pamphlets, creating and
posting a web page on EPCC
web site, visiting biology
classes at Magnet High
School, working closely with
Phlebotomy program. Provide
tutoring sessions for students
struggling with program
curricula.
Meets program standard 2004 program
Increase recruitment efforts
review report
by : Advertising program on
indicates standard is EPCC channel, making &
unmet
distributing new program
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
sufficiency
of program
standards
147
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Health Information
Technology
2.1
Viability
indicators
Revenue Sufficiency
Yes
No
148
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Health Information
Technology
1.1
Class fill
rate
Percent of classes 75 percent.
80% percent full (optimum
fill rate) on census date
Yes
No
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Strategies
pamphlets, creating and
posting a web page on EPCC
web site, visiting biology
classes at Magnet High
School, working closely with
Phlebotomy program
Host additional Orientation
Sessions throughtout the
academic year (including
current students and
successful program graduates)
for potential students.
Provide curriculum materials
to all facilities with Health
Information
departments/employees.
Utilize the new recruitment
materials from the American
Health Information
Management Association.
Develop story boards to assist
with fairs/activities.
Host additional Orientation
Sessions throughtout the
academic year (including
current students and
successful program graduates)
for potential students.
Provide curriculum materials
to all facilities with Health
Information
departments/employees.
Utilize the new recruitment
materials from the American
Health Information
Management Association.
Develop story boards to assist
with fairs/activities.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
149
11000-55143
1
Health Information
Technology
91
11000-55144
1
99
11000-55144
1
EPCC
Goal
1.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Quality
indicators,
Sections
taught by
full-time
faculty
Percent of sections taught by
FT faculty for last 3 years.
60% percent
Opthamalic Technology 2.1
Class fill
rate
Increase OPTS enrollment, so
that it meets 50% fill rate.
Optimum class size was Even though the
graduation rate has
changed to 15 a few
met THECB MIN.
years ago upon the
suggestion of the VP of
instruction. As a result,
many of the OPTS
classes are at below the
recommended 50% fill
rate.
Opthamalic Technology 2.1
Insufficient Low OPTS Class enrollment
student
enrollment
resulting in
total
revenue
sufficiency
as
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Average less than 5
As mandated by the
state to increase by Fall per student
2005
1/25/2007
Strategies
Hire a full-time lab assistant.
Continue to promote Health
Information Technology and
related areas. Develop story
boards to assist with
recruitment fairs/activities.
Ask Advisory Committee and
current students for
input/ideas for this project.
Many present EPCC students
inquire about entry into the
progam during the start of the
Spring semesters. Will add
(offer) two entry-level courses
during the Spring 2005 in
order to attract more
students. Will attempt to
work with Tech-prep in order
to establish entry level dualcredit program with local
ISDs. May be necessary to
add cost of instructor at the
ISD school. Will continue to
work with state opticianry
organizations in order to
promote licensing or registry
requirements for opticians in
the state. Higher mandates
will make the OPTS more
attractive.
Will continue to work with
local community volunteers in
the community forum held
04/20/2004. Committees to
be established and ideas
promulgated during school
year 2004/2005. $300.00 for
food/beverages.
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
mandated
by the state
Graduate
not
satisfied
with
program.
Objective
Measure
100
11000-55144
1
Opthamalic Technology 1.1
124
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1
Physical Therapy
Assistant
5.1
Academic
faculty
members
are
qualified
by
education
&
experience
Full-time faculty will upgrade
their knowledge of curricular
content in areas that they
teach, or will teach, by
attending a minimum of one
CEU course funded by EPCC
and approved by TPTA for
CEU'S.
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
2.1
Increase
enrollment
Class fill rates will increase
from baseline measures.
Low survey return,
precentage from granduates.
Need 90% or better.
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All graduates to
complete and return to
EPCC post graduate
survey form.
Baseline
Strategies
Less than 60 %
returned survey's
OPOTS program coordinator
to make sure that graduates
return completed surveys.
More information will be
obtained regarding OPTS
mailings of those forms.
Faculty attend
Evidence of academic
Attendance of FT faculty, at
CEU's to maintain
faculty competence in
EPCC funded, state, local or
licensure, but not
an area of the
national workshops, approved
necessarily to
curriculum includes
by TPTA, that addresses the
address weakness in specific area of need of the
advanced degree or
teaching in their
continuing education
faculty. Attend National
courses that enhance the assigned areas
Clinical Coordinator meeting
including clinical
academic faculty
to remain current on
member's academic or education. Clinical standards of academic clinical
clinical expertise as well coordinator has not education. Attendance state
as clinical experience in attended a national PTA (academic and clinical )
conference for
the area of teaching
educators meeting.
clinical coordinators
responsibility. 2.
in 4 years.
TXHECH requires
syllable be updated
every 3 years.
44% due to low
80%
1. Increase advertising and
enrollment at
marketing efforts to get the
admissions.
work out PT is a viable
program for science majors. 2.
Actively recruit high school
students into a PTA1 409 dual
credit class. 3. Hire an
additional FT faculty member
to improve continuity of
curriculum. 4. Increase
section offerings of lab
courses to accommodate
increased program
enrollment. 5. Continue
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
126
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
7.1
Success of
graduates
127
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
7.1
Curriculum
evaluation
128
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
1.1
Objective
Measure
90% of students
employed/transfer/entry
military win 1 year of
graduation
1) Revise the course
objectives on the CED data
base for revised courses:
Professional issues,
functional, applied physical
principles. 2) Complete the
curricular evaluation of each
courses objectives with
CAPTE curricular criteria
inorder to begin the writing
of the Self Study which is due
by end of Spring 2006.
Expand the 1) Initate the "women's
services of health clinic" PT services
the PT
through the EPCC Border
clinic
Health clinic. 2) Conduct
within the
joint incontinence clinic with
Rio Grande sonography, teaching
Border
pregnancy and post-partum
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Strategies
participation in UTEP'
"Expanding your horizons
program for 8th graders". 6.
Offer PTH 1409 as a dual
credit program with high
schools. 7. Offer PTHA 1409
every semester. 8. Explore the
option of a new course which
can be substituted for PTHA
1409, which can be offered to
all non-admitted students.
Projected cost: $50,000
Faculty salary and $2000
advertising.
80%
90% implemented for
Track where students are
2005-2006 report
employed for 4 years after
they graduate, especially if
living in another state or
country
Only one of 17
CAPTE 4.1.5
2 hours of Faculty release
curriculum: the program courses has been
time/week/full time faculty
evaluated against the member, to complete the
has a formal,
CPTE criteria, using program audit on CED
documented plan for
review and revision of the database. (all
database.
couses have had
the curriculum.
their objectives
entered into the
database.)
1) Appointment based
PT services will be
offered to students,
faculty, staff, and
physical/therapist
referrals. 2) APT must
conduct a patient
1/25/2007
Currently grant
funding is approved
for a PT to assist in
this endeavor,
whoever, advertising
thus far has no
provided a qualified
Develop maketing tools to
inform the potential client.
Place advertisement in local
paper. Coordinate with
sonography program faculty
and mail flyers to physicians.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
health
Clinic such
that it can
be used by
the PTA
students as
a viable
clinical
Objective
Measure
women Kegil exercises using
ultrasound bio feedback. 3)
Hire a parr-timer who can
supervise and conduct
evaluations for the clinic, as
well as teach within the
program
129
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
8.1
Employer
Graduate survey, employer
satisfaction survey and advisory
will meet to committee survey.
exceed
state
requirement
s.
130
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
1.1
Student
licensure
Improve mean cohort pass
score on national licensing
exam.
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Standard
evaluation prior to
implementing PT
interventions (TX
Practice ACT, Chapter
322.1). 3)
CAPTE3.3.3.1. Clinical
education includes
integrated experiences
and full-time terminal
experiences.
85% percent of students
will be
employed/transfer/enter
military within 1 yr. of
graduation. CAPTE
4.1.7: the core faculty
regularly assesses the
performance of
graduation and make
appropriate revision in
the curriculum.
Baseline
Strategies
applicant. Faculty,
students and staff
continue to request
or walk in on a
regular basis inquire
about PT services
for the past several
years.
100% employer
satisfaction.
1. Revise questions on alumni
survey, 2. Increase enrolled
class size, 3. Retain currently
enrolled students, 4.
Print/purchase additional/new
brochures which market the
profession on PT/PTA, 5.
Participate in more area
recruiting activities, health
fairs, job fairs, 6. Improve
pass rate score average on
licensing exam on graduating
cohort. Projected Cost: 100
mailing, 2000 brochures, 500
in-town travel.
Graduating class of Hire a new full-time faculty
80% of mastery on
skills check off sheets. 2004 (75%, first
member. Continue to offer
90% first time pass rate time pass rate, still
retention activities which lead
on state licensing exam waiting for one more to successful graduation of
grad to take the
(by TXHECB). 80%
the students from this
exam. 69 % for 03 program. Retain additional
FIRST TIME PASS
grads as reported by part-time faculty for retain
RATE ON STATE
04-05 program
LICENSING EXAM
activities, mentoring, teaching
review report.
(capte CRITERIA).
in lab and clinical skills
Capte CRITERIA 1.4.3.
check-offs. Continue with
STUDENT
data collection and statistical
RETENTION, 80%
analysis of entrance and
PASS SCORE ON THE
exiting student data
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
MOCK LICENSING
EXAM IN CAPSTONE
CLASS.
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Physical Therapy
Assistant
7.1
Purchase
instructiona
l
materials/su
pplies/equip
ment which
support the
needs of
faculty
instructing
in the
classroom
Purchase of 6 new
wheelchairs, 4 new
Iontophoresis units, with
electodes, 5 new electrical
stim-combo units, 2 new
paraphen units, 4 new
portalbe NMS units and
Purchase of 4 new TENS
units.
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adequately funded by
the institution so that
there is adequate quality
and quantity of
instructional supplies
and equipment CAPTE
criteria 2.4 and 2.8.
1/25/2007
We currently have:
6 TENS units which
are in fair to good
working conidition,
2 NMS units in good
condition, 2 parrafin
units which are more
then 7 years old, 1
new and 3 more that
are 5 years old estim units: We
currently have one
Iontophoreses unit,
which is several
years old. We have
no elevating single
person treatment
Strategies
collaboration with
Institutional Research
department. Each student
will demonstrate 80% mastery
of specific clinical skills prior
to enrollment in clinical
course. Increase attendance
of students in mentoring
sessions who have been
counseled at midterm for risk
of failing course. Continue to
offer mentoring in courses
which have a laboratory
component, by part-time
faculty. Hire an additonal fulltime faculty member to
imporve the continuity of
curriculum flow from one
semester to the next. Project
Cost: 50,000.00 for a PT
credentialed faculty member.
Purchase a laptop
(DVD/RW/CDRW) and a
projector. Projected Cost:
Ten units $400/per x 4=
1600, Portable NMS units
800.00 x 4 =3,200., Paraffin
units-250.00 x 4 = 1,000.
Combo e-stim units $5000 x
4 = 20,000. Iontophories
units 1000 x 4 = 4000.00,
Single person electric
treatment tables 2500 x 4 =
10,000. Digital inclinometers
350 x 5 = 1,750. Digital hand
held dynamometer 1100 x 5 =
4400. Wheel chairs 1100 x 6
= 6600. Traction head motor
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
132
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1
Radiologic Technology 8.1
Employer
satisfaction
An "employer satisfaction
survey" with a question
indicating program needed.
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Radiologic Technology 8.1
Completed updated
articulation agreement plan
with Midwestern University
134
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Radiologic Technology 8.1
Update
articulation
agreement
with
midwestern
university
to include
new degree
plan
Employer
satisfaction
survey to
be
Survey developed, distributed
completed and tallied
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Survey is completed
during last advisory
committee meeting of
the school year
(Summer 2005)
Process for updated
articulation agreement
was initiated.
Survey is complete
during last advisory
committee meeting of
the school year
1/25/2007
Baseline
Strategies
tables, with hinged
head section, no
equipment to
objectify muscle
strength or digitally
objectify range of
motion for the
spine. All of our
wheelchirs are more
than 8 years old,
along two are less
than 10 years old
and 4 were used
when we purchased
them 1999. We
currently have only
two 20+ year
traction heads. We
need 6 to teach
adequately.
No program specific
employer survey
indicating program
need.
system 3000 x 4 = 12,000.
none
Submit request to midwestern
university to update
articulation agreement.
Develop question for program
specific survey to indicate
program need.
No program specific Deflop survey and distribute
employer survey at at advisory committee
advisory meetings
meetings.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
135
11000-55146
136
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Radiologic Technology 8.1
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Radiologic Technology 7.1
Radiologic Technology
Plan
Name
distributed
at advisory
meetings to
ensure
survey
completion.
Participate
with Dr.
Paula
Mitchell in
creating a
separate
Health
Occupation
budget
account to
remove
accreditatio
n costs
Modify
existing
classroom
for exhibits
to display
historic
artifacts
relating to
the field
Convert
existing
student
records and
all future
student
records into
permanent
digitized
format.
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
(Summer 2005)
Budget plan in place that
moves program accreditation
costs from program budget to
separate Health Occupations
account.
Accreditation costs no
longer part of Program
budget.
Accreditation costs
are part of Program
budget
Work with Dr. Paula Mitchell
to initiate plan.
Functional class/lab suite
not met
with integral display cabinets.
Fully functional
radiographic classroom
& lab with display area
within 6 months of
approval
Non-dedicated
classroom without
direct access to
radiographic lab: no
display area.
1) Submission of plan for
approval. 2) Demolition &
construction (installation of
door), repaint, new carpet,
new blinds, electrical wiring
and fabrication of display
cabinet.
Digitize student records
completed
Improve access to
records and safeguard
record location &
document integrity (less
prone to physical
damage)
All records are in on- Purchase computer with
digitized format and peripherals & convert files
are subject to
into digital format
misplacement or
damage/destruction.
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Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
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Radiologic Technology 6.1
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Surgical Technology
2.1
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Surgical Technology
2.1
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2.1
Plan
Name
Incorporate
new
content
module
(picture
archiving
&
communicat
ion system
PACS into
existing
course
framework
Purchase
additional
x-ray unit
to replace
obsolete,
dysfunction
al unit
Class fill
rate
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Module will be
incorported in existing
course RADR 2333 by
end of Spring 2004
Existing course has PURCHASE of reference
only cursory
material AV to enhance
explanation of PACS subject
in place & operational
within 4 months of
approval
marginally
functional unit that
is not compatible
with laboratory
learning objectives.
upon approval submit
Purchase requistion and
initiate bid process
Increase percent of classes to
75% full (optimum fill rate on
census date).
Class fill rate will
increase to 75%
none
Enrollment
trend
Seat count is increasing or is
level
Seat count will increase not met
to 12 or more students
Revenue
sufficiency
of program
Meet program review criteria
In order to compete with a
local proprietary school, that
offers an 11 month program,
curriculum changes are to be
implemented for Fall 2005 so
that students may graduate in
one year with a certificate of
completion. The AAS degree
is still in place.
Curriculum changes were
implemented to allow
students to exit after one year
with a certificate of
completion
Curriculum changes were
implemented to allow
students to exit after one year
with a certificate of
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Improve student knowledge
of PACS to meet technical
community expectations for
entry-level radiographers.
fully functional x-ray unit in
lab
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
greater than 33% of the
program budget
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Surgical Technology
2.1
Student
satifaction
Meet program review critera
Satisfaction with
facilities
none
117
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1
Surgical Technology
1.1
Graduate
satisfaction
Meet program review criteria
Graduate satisfaction
with program
none
118
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1
Surgical Technology
1.1
Advisory
committee
satisfaction
Meet program review criteria
All advisory committee
members respond to
college surveys
none
97
11000-55148
1
Respiratory Techology 2.1
To increase Number of students enrolled
enrollment in program 18
into the
Respiratory
Care
program
Maximum enrolment
(24 students)
no data
98
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103
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Class fill
rate
80% up
n/a
Respiratory Techology
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
2.1
Link ESOL (5-6 level) to
CHA program for increased
enrollment to EPCC
STUDENT POPULATION.
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completion in order to
compete with a proprietary
school.
Program has a new suite in
the Health bldg. with two new
OR labs a dedicated
classroom and faculty offices.
It contains updated equipment
and furniture.
Program faculty require
program evaluations upon
completion of the program
Advisory members will be
contacted to ensure that they
have answered and returned
surveys.
Develop & distributing new
program pamphlets. Update
EPCC counselors by onsite
presentations regarding
program. Participate in
community events such as
Health Fairs and Career Day.
Administer surveys prior to
commencement of the
advisory committee meeting.
Meetings are held at least
annually .
1. Work TDH grandfathering
phase more closely. 2.
Monitor class size on a
semester basis. 3. Get EPCC
extension for fill-rate
requirements until
grandfathering phase ends. 4.
New program needs more
promotion/advertisement by
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
104
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1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
7.1
Student
success of
students
employed
within 1 yr.
of
graduation.
105
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
7.1
Graduate
Students, faculty/program
Satisfaction feedback through
class/curriculum evaluation
was excellent. Many local
health agencies promoted and
required the course work not
by TDH. TDH will close
grandfathering phase in the
1st graduation class - 8 ( 7
employed). 2nd Graduation
class- 10 students ( 7
employed). 3rd graduation
class - 12 ( 10 employed). 4th
graduation class - 17
students -(11 employed)
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Increase percentage by
5%
Baseline
75% employed
Within 1 year there will none
be a 10% improved
satisfaction.
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Strategies
EPCC to accomplish 80%. 5.
Work closely with Dean each
semester on TDH status. 6.
Work with Advisory
Committee on compliance to
their recommendation for
smaller classes to avoid
community saturation. 7.
Work with ESOL Director &
counselors. Offer CHA as an
educational development
initiative as per Dr. Rhodes.
1. Assist students with job
interview skills. 2. Assist with
English and computer skills.
3. Inform students by bulletin
of job availability. 4. Inform
students about Govt. program
cut backs to prepare for
alternative
employment/additional course
work until opportunities are
available in their area. 5.
Keep students informed about
state requirements on
continuing education for more
employment opportunities. 6.
Prepare students for multiple
career option for related jobs
through it's Dept of labor.
1. Inform community of the
benefits of attending EPCC
CHA program through
student and community
network. 2. Educate the
colonial members as to the
importance of higher
education and employment
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
near future and students will
enroll in EPCC certificate
program. Students were
unhappy with EPCC
registration pitfalls every
semester. Dr. Rhodes
implemented a smoother
registration process thus
alleviated the problems. The
CHA program was
implemented in 2000 because
of community demand and
has shown growth especially
before the state's action.
Student surveys are positive
Using practicum site
evaluations for prospective
employer satisfaction.
106
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
7.1
Employer
satisfaction
107
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
7.1
Program
need
108
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
7.1
Community Offers ESOL students a
benefit
"stepping stone" to higher
education.
ESOL students utilize CHW
program as a transition to
higher level warning- CHW
prepares student for Health or
Human service
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Strategies
opportunities. 3. Assist
students with Financial Aid
and registration.
none
none
1. Send employer survey once
a year. 2. Have advisory
committee members fill out
survey at the meetings held
twice a year.
CHW- utilized in ESOL Individuals can be
1. Promote the EPCC
certified through the program as a stepping stone
developmental
state without Epic's to higher education. 2.
Educational initiative.
training.
Increased personal
development opportunities. 3.
EPCC graduates a benefit for
area agencies because of
intense training. 4. Work
closely with ESOL &
COUNSELORS. 5. EPCC
developmental education
initiative participation.
Students have
none
1) Promote EPCC program. 2)
intense training in
Show benefits of EPCC
community health
training and increasing skills.
skills
3) Enroll ESOL students in
CHW when English skills do
not meet higher education
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
109
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
2.1
Increase
Assure that the CHA program
employment total enrollment increase
yearly. Total enrollment for
each class will increase
Exceed previous
enrollment
110
11000-55150
1
Community Health
Advocacy/Promotore
2.1
To increase Assure that the CHA program
enrollment total enrollment increase
yearly.
Exceed previous
enrollment
101
11000-55347
1
Math RG
6.1
Classroom
accessible
computers
Pilot pogram
implemented in at least
two sections of Math
1314 by the end of
academic year 20042005.
A specific assessment tool
made available by the
Mathematics Association of
America (MAA). We are
currently administering this
instrument as a guide to the
individual student on their
preparation for College
Algebra. Scores on test
correlate to the degree of
success student's experience.
2.2 Classroom A specific assessment tool
101
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accessible
made available by the
computers Mathematics Association of
America (MAA). We are
currently administering this
instrument as a guide to the
individual student on their
preparation for College
Algebra. Scores on test
correlate to the degree of
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Pilot pogram
implemented in at least
two sections of Math
1314 by the end of
academic year 20042005.
1/25/2007
Baseline
Strategies
levels.
Spend more time at local
agencies and clinics
promoting CHA program. 2)
Send flyers out to prospective
students. 3. CHW advisory
committee input is to decrease
class size- 12 per year, and 15
max.
none
Spend more time at local
agencies and clinics
promotong CHA program. 2.
Send flyers out to prospective
students. Work with CHA
advisory committee
recommendations to reduce
class size.
Data from previous Develop plan for furniture,
semester experience equipment, staffing and
of several instructors schedule for servcies for
who have taught
implementation 2005-2006.
College Algebra and Purchase software license and
used the MAA tool. supplies to implement
Accelerated Math-Super Kit"
on a computer with printer
that can be taken into
classrooms.
none
Data from previous
semester experience
of several instructors
who have taught
College Algebra and
used the MAA tool.
Develop plan for furniture,
equipment, staffing and
schedule for servcies for
implementation 2005-2006.
Purchase software license and
supplies to implement
Accelerated Math-Super Kit"
on a computer with printer
that can be taken into
classrooms.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
EPCC
Goal
Math RG
1.1
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Health Occupations
1.1
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Health Occupations
8.1
102
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93
93
1
Area
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
success student's experience.
Classroom Specialized room assigned for
Instructiona Math lab
l Support
system for
Math
courses
To promote
minority
students
into
Nursing
and Allied
Health,
especially
men
1) Create a focus group from
prospective nursing and allied
health students, community
members, and health facilities
to assess the needs for a male
labor workforce, identify
barriers and design
interventions to meet the goal
of increasing male workforce
in nursing. 2) Kick off or
make a campaign of
marketing and exposure of
nursing and allied health for
the community and workforce
in general. 3) Visit all schools
to pomote male nursing and
allied health positions. 4)
Provide a list of pros and cons
(if they exist) for this goal
To promote 1) Create a focus group from
minority
prospective nursing and allied
students
health students, community
into
members, and health facilities
Nursing
to assess the needs for a male
and Allied labor workforce, identify
Health,
barriers and design
especially
interventions to meet the goal
men
of increasing male workforce
in nursing. 2) Kick off or
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
rptIEPlan0506
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Math lab is staffed and
has a schedule
comparable to other
campuses
No lab exist at RG
Through these activities,
exposure to nursing and
allied health to male
students is achieved.
The ratio of males to 1) Invitation to form the focus
females students is groups. 2) Marketing
absolutely
materials and hiring recruiters.
unidentifiable, there
is 6 females to one
male in almost each
health program:
therefore there is a
need to increase the
male rate to almost
Purchase software license,
and supplies to implement
Accellerated Math super kit,
on a computer with printer
that can be taken into
classrooms. $4000.00 using
existing computer and printer
and $6000.00 or otherwise.
Through these activities, The ratio of males to 1) Invitation to form the focus
exposure to nursing and females students is groups. 2) Marketing
absolutely
allied health to male
materials and hiring recruiters.
unidentifiable, there
students is achieved.
is 6 females to one
male in almost each
health program:
therefore there is a
need to increase the
male rate to almost
1% per a year.
1/25/2007
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
93
12216-S12216 1
Health Occupations
2.1
94
12216-S12216 1
Health Occupations
5.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
make a campaign of
marketing and exposure of
nursing and allied health for
the community and workforce
in general. 3) Visit all schools
to pomote male nursing and
allied health positions. 4)
Provide a list of pros and cons
(if they exist) for this goal
To promote 1) Create a focus group from
minority
prospective nursing and allied
students
health students, community
into
members, and health facilities
Nursing
to assess the needs for a male
and Allied labor workforce, identify
Health,
barriers and design
especially
interventions to meet the goal
men
of increasing male workforce
in nursing. 2) Kick off or
make a campaign of
marketing and exposure of
nursing and allied health for
the community and workforce
in general. 3) Visit all schools
to pomote male nursing and
allied health positions. 4)
Provide a list of pros and cons
(if they exist) for this goal
To recruit
Attendance at HCOP summer
50 middle
camp
school
students
into an
HCOP
summer
camp.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
1% per a year.
Through these activities,
exposure to nursing and
allied health to male
students is achieved.
The ratio of males to 1) Invitation to form the focus
females students is groups. 2) Marketing
absolutely
materials and hiring recruiters.
unidentifiable, there
is 6 females to one
male in almost each
health program:
therefore there is a
need to increase the
male rate to almost
1% per a year.
50 students accept
admission with a 90%
or higher completion
rate.
Summer camp does
not exist at present.
1/25/2007
1) Through brochures, flyers,
posters, folders, meetings
with counselors and
networking. Health programs
at EPCC are marketed. 2) 50
students are given an 8-week
seminar in English, Math,
Med Term, Science and field
trips to receive stipends and
college preparation. 3) 50
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
95
12216-S12216 1
Health Occupations
2.1
To identify Percent of HCOP students
and enroll a entering health programs at
minimum
EPCC.
of 70% of
HCOP
students in
the 2 year
health
occupations
programs.
96
12216-S12216
Health Occupations
1.1
To improve Graduation and transfer rates
the
by demographic status
graduation
and
transfer
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
middle school students will
receive stipends. Recruitment
is through high school
presentation on paper ads,
TV, videos, health fairs,
career fairs, and HCOP
application.
70% of HCOP students HCOP admission
1) Recruitment is through
enroll at EPCC in health and graduation rates H.S. presentation, paper ads,
for 2005-2006
programs for 2005-06
TB ads, videos, health fairs,
career fairs, and fill in the
HCOP applications. 2)
Through statistics, the rate of
minorities in health
professions is low, hence,
HCOP is promoting the health
care professions to attract
minorities. 3) Through
brochures, flyers, posters,
folders, meetings with
counselors and networking,
health programs at EPCC are
marketed. 4) HCOP sends out
special forms to teachers to
check on the progess of
HCOP students who need
tutoring when asked to come
in for free tutoring. 5) 50
students are given an 8-week
seminar in English, Math,
Med Term, Science and field
trips to receive stipends and
college preparation.
Graduation and
5% increase in
Through statistics, the rate of
transfer rates for
graduation: 1%
minorities in health
increase in transfer rate. 2005-2006
professions is low, hence,
HCOP is promoting the health
care professions to attract
1/25/2007
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 80
Health Occupations, Math and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Strategies
minorites. 2) HCOP sends out
special forms to teachers to
check on the progress of
HCOP students who need
tutoring when asked to come
in for free tutoring. 3) Every
year, in May , prospective
students are given financial
aid seminars, and helped to
fill out scholarships at the
HCOP office.
rates of
disadvantag
ed students
from the
college's
health
occupations
programs
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Baseline
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Instructional Programs: Mission Del Paso
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
8.1
Black Road Efficient and safe exit out of
Mission del Paso Campus.
When the road is finished.
A completed road.
11000-55334
Biology MDP
1.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student lab Systems and
electocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
174
11000-55334
Biology MDP
6.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student lab Systems and
electocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
174
11000-55334
Biology MDP
7.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student lab Systems and
electocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
175
11000-55338
1.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
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11000-13010
174
Improvement of the
To work with adequate
Buying microscopes,
technology in the Science
number of microscopes
spectrophotometer, Biopac
department. This updated
and spectrophotometer
Student Lab Systems and
laboratory equipment would electrocardiograph.
for our students. To
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Chemistry MDP
Initial stages have
began, final stages
needed to complete
project.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Strategies
Dean Instructional
Programs MdP
173
1
Area
City of Socorro, County of El
Paso, TXDOT, Metropolitan
Planning Organization and
Property Owners.
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
Institutional and Community Planning
2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Instructional Programs: Mission Del Paso
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
facilitate interaction 2-Spectophotometer
and improve
$880.00
$1,760.00
learning.
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
175
11000-55338
Chemistry MDP
6.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the Science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student Lab Systems and
electrocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
175
11000-55338
Chemistry MDP
7.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the Science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student Lab Systems and
electrocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
176
11000-55344
Geology - MDP
7.1
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the Science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student Lab Systems and
electrocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
176
11000-55344
Geology - MDP
6.1
Improveme
nt Plan
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
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Improvement of the
Buying microscopes,
To work with adequate
technology in the Science
spectrophotometer, Biopac
number of microscopes
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Institutional and Community Planning
2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 10
Instructional Programs: Mission Del Paso
Plan
No.
176
Budget
Acct
11000-55344
Priority
Area
Geology - MDP
EPCC
Goal
1.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Strategies
Baseline
Science
Lab MDP
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Student Lab Systems and
electrocardiograph.
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
Improveme
nt Plan
Science
Lab MDP
Improvement of the
technology in the Science
department. This updated
laboratory equipment would
help to better fulfill Area
Mission.
Buying microscopes,
spectrophotometer, Biopac
Student Lab Systems and
electrocardiograph.
To work with adequate
number of microscopes
and spectrophotometer
for our students. To
replace old equipment
and increase technical
capability. Presently
our equipments are
obsolete.
For dynamic labs:
New instructional
techniques require
this equipment to
facilitate interaction
and improve
learning.
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
Total
$17,795.00
5-microscopes
$1,360.00
$6,800.00
1-Biopac Student
Lab
$8,000.00
2-Spectophotometer
$880.00
$1,760.00
Electrocardiograph
$1,235.00
Total
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Instructional Programs: Northwest
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
158
11000-55222
3
Court & Conference
Reporting NWC
3.1
Computers
in
Classroom
158
11000-55222
3
Court & Conference
Reporting NWC
2.1
Computers
in
Classroom
159
11000-55263
Reading NWC
1.1
Improve
pass rates
for BASK
0323
students.
Objective
Measure
Court Reporting Department
is need of four additional
computers for the classroom.
There is currently seating for
14 computers, which
prohibits 4 additional
students from registering for
CRTR 1404 (Machine
Shorthand.) These computers
will increase enrollment.
Court Reporting Department
is need of four additional
computers for the classroom.
There is currently seating for
14 computers, which
prohibits 4 additional
students from registering for
CRTR 1404 (Machine
Shorthand.) These computers
will increase enrollment.
Greater pass rates for BASK
0323 students.
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Enrollment figures will show Increase by 40%.
that registration has been at its
optimal level for the last
couple of years.
On-going
technological
advances.
Purchase 4 additional
computers. Currently have 10
compaq 7500 in classroom
with the full monitor.
Enrollment figures will show Increase by 40%.
that registration has been at its
optimal level for the last
couple of years.
On-going
technological
advances.
Purchase 4 additional
computers. Currently have 10
compaq 7500 in classroom
with the full monitor.
In a two year period, check
numbers by comparing
semesterly pass rates.
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syllabus and post assessment
instruments.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Math, Occupational Education and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
342
11000-13006
1
Dean Math Occ Ed &
Science
7.1
182
11000-13012
1
Faculty Travel Math
5.1
177
11000-52124
1
Library TM
8.1
180
11000-55346
1
Math TM
1.1
181
11000-55346
2
Math TM
5.1
178
11000-55400
1
Fashion Technology
TM
6.1
Plan
Name
Electronics
Program
Closure
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
- Students in process - Track students through
- Program losing
comletion
money
- Track and modify course
offerings as needed
- Relocate affected faculty
- Transfer unneeded program
equipment
Faculty
Increase the number of
At least three (3) faculty Two (2).
This year - two (2) faculty
Encourage faculty to attend
Travel
faculty attending professional attended professional training will attend professional
training.
training conferences.
training conferences.
conferences.
TM Library To weed worn, outdated,
TM Library has only (1.) Use computer program to
The TM Library collection is Withdraw 3% of
develop tables with the
Weeding
weeded 1% of the
superceded, or obsolete
at 39,000 and by withdrawing collection STANDARD
number of books older than
collection the past
library material from the TM 3% of the collection the net
LIBRARY
10 years and determine
two years.
Library.
loss will be 1170.
PERCENTAGE.
whether to withdraw. (2.)
Recommendations.
Select areas for a more
concentrated weeding
process, i.e. medical,
technical. (3.) Determine
whether to reorder, withdraw
books by Library of Congress
categories using current book
budget.
Connect all computers in TM Currently there is no lab
Students will be able to No web connection Make looking at the tutorials
Web
Connection Lab to the Web.
(so no tutorial)
available for Math2412 part
connection - would like to see access free math
tutorials that come with available in Math
in TM Lab
of the student's lab grade.
if Math1314 and Math2412
the textbook.
Lab.
lab scores improve -- more
students pass.
Instructor
Help developmental math
Expect more students to Current pass rate is Will have textbook authors
Look at pass rates in
Knowledge instructors do their job more developmental math courses. succeed, hence have
low.
give workshop.
Expansion effectively.
fewer students repeating
courses.
Fashion
We currently have
Upgrade software and
(1.) Identify money to
After implementation students Students will be more
hardware to be able to offer
purchase a scanner. (2.) Get
will be trained on state-of-the- job ready after learning no C.A.D. for
Garment Design.
students the experience and
Fashion Studio Plus installed
art apparel industry software. this software.
We already teach
knowledge of industry
and working on 5 computers.
C.A.D. Pattern
computer aided design
(3.) Instructors get trained on
Complete the Program
closure of the Electronics
Program.
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successfully completed
by Fall 05
2) Budget expenditure
reduced to 0
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 192
Instruction
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Math, Occupational Education and Science
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
11000-55420
1
Interior Design TM
1.1
Interior
To provide the latest
Design Lab technology for students as
they will require these skills
to become successful and
knowledgeable professionals.
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Baseline
Strategies
Making.
packages.
179
Standard
(1.) Accommodated 12
computer stations, where 6
existed, to meet student
enrollment. (2.)
Accommodated large screen
projector to replace portable
to allow a more efficient
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software. (4.) Instructors add
software training to course
competencies.
Seating and tables to (1.) Monitor usage of
(1.) Replacement of 3
accommodate 12
computers. (2.)
equipment. (2.) Monitor
students. Currently usage of lab and attendance.
Replacement of
house 9 new
furniture to
(3.) Procure 3 more
accommodate safety and computers and three computers thru grants. (4.)
old (a total of
ergonomics.
Review the safety issues
twelve).
regarding the furniture and
forward to the Dean for his
review.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
222
11000-72000
1
AVP Auxiliary Services 2.2
Food
Services
246
11000-72001
1
Mail Services
6.1
Equipment
245
11000-72002
1
Coordinator Property
Control
7.1
FT
Inventory
Clerk
251
11000-72003
2
ISC VV
7.1
Billing
System
244
11000-72004
2
ISC TM
7.1
Equipment
247
11000-72005
1
ISC RG
7.1
Equipment
Objective
Measure
Expansion of food services
facilities at Northwest and
Mission del Paso campuses to
accommodate present and
future growth.
Upgrade old Toshiba Tecra
8000 (7 years old).
Expand food services for
students, faculty and staff to
include the expansion of
cafeteria area.
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Acquire funding sources Present food services Funding approved and
with a completion date area too small for
renovation completed.
present and future
of January 2007.
enrollment growth.
Current equipment
is outdated.
Obtain funding; submit
requisition, purchase
equipment, monitor prompt
delivery and installation of
new equipment.
Funding for a FT Inventory
Funding of this position PT pool resources , Functional identification of
The department has
Clerk, Grade C
will ensure continuance external funding and critical work demands to
functionally identified a
transferred funds are maintain workforce to face
of a quality, timely
critical resource need for an
directed to cover for operational challenges.
compliant quality
additional FT employee.
service department with departmental work Submit Personnel
demands.
cost effectiveness
Requisition, announce job
responsiveness in the
opening, interview applicants
Finance and Auxiliary
and hire a FTE.
area.
Implement system to upgrade Expedite and make the billing Provide new technology Complete monthly
It is in the process of
billing on a timely
the ISC billing process.
for state of the art
developing a program for the
process more efficient and
basis.
billing process.
billing process. Acquire
accurate.
equipment necessary for
upgraded billing process. Try
all FTE and PTE on new
program. Implement new
billing process.
Current equipment Surveys of production reports,
Replacement of old
Purchase of Fastback Binder Production increase
is slow and obsolete. billing and supply reports.
equipment.
& HP Scanjet 8290 for
from 70% to 90%.
professional binding, and
Evaluation of fiscal year of
quality scanning.,
increased responsibility.
Replacement of old binding
Provide efficiency and Current binder is 5 Itdentify purchase; initiate
Replace old binder (5 years
machine, acquiring a PC and old) and the purchase of PC
faster turn around times years old. Presently purchase order, monitor
document scanner.
on all binding requests. billing is processed delivery and installation of
and scanner.
manually taking 3-4 equipment. Staff training and
Speed up billing and
days each month.
provide efficiency,
development.
accuracy, and speed up Yearly average of
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Replace current Toshiba Tecra. 100% replacement of
equipment.
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Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
word processing job
requests.
243
11000-72006
1
ISC NWC
7.1
FT ISC
Technician
Acquire a FTE position for
the Northwest Campus ISC
242
11000-72007
1
ISC MDP
7.1
FT ISC
Technician
Acquire a FTE position for
the Mission del Paso ISC.
248
11000-72010
2
Coordinator Shipping
& Receiving
7.1
Pallet Tuck
223
11000-76000
1
Director Physical Plant 7.1
224
11000-76000
2
Director Physical Plant 8.1
225
11000-76000
2
Director Physical Plant 8.1
Keep up with the work
demand at MdP ISC. At this
time the MdP ISC work
demands have increased by
approximately 50% and the
level of staff has not kept up
with the increase.
Upgrade manual pallet jack to Replace old manual pallet
a motorized pallet tuck.
jack.
Vehicle
Maintenance of all college
Maintenanc vehicles to include major
e
repair/services excluding
gasoline.
Work
To consolidate the work order
Order
system and preventative
System
maintenance systems to
provide better, more efficient
service to all college
personnel.
Tools and
Equipment
At this time the work demand
has increase due to the
increase in enrollment.
To purchase tools and
equipment for the Physical
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The approval of a Physical
Plant Vehicle budget to
maintain all college vehicles.
Hire FTE at NWC to
meet work demands
11,285 pages is
produced/typed with
a scanner.
NWC is currently
operating out of a
part-time pool
resources.
Strategies
Identify the work demands.
Submit Personnel Requsition.
Announce position opening,
interview applicants and hire
a FT ISC Technician.
Identify the work demands.
Submit Personnel Action
Request. Announce position
opening. Interview
applicants. Hire FTE.
Hire FTE for MdP ISC
to meet work demands.
The MdP ISC is
currently operating
out of the Part-time
pool resources.
100% replacement of
equipment.
Current equipment Obtain funding, submit
is operated manually. requisition, purchase
equipment, monitor delivery
and ensure prompt delivery.
Installation new equipment.
No budget line item Budget approval to establish a
exist to cover vehicle Vehicle Maintenance
maintenance.
Automotive budget.
Operational resolution
of college vehicles.
100% transition.
-Purchase and installation of
software. Physical Plant
currently uses an out-dated
system of tracking all work
orders. The purchase of this
software will enhance
operation of the Physical Plant
and insure a more efficient
operation. College personnel
will be able to place and track
work orders on-line.
Purchase new tools and
On going process during
equipment. Physical Plant
the year.
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Manual system
where college
personnel currently
have to call in their
work orders.
Purchase and install the
necessary software. Train all
Physical Plant employees on
the use of the software.
Provide instructions for
college personnel on how to
input and track their work
orders.
Old, outdated tools
and equipment
Purchase new tools and
equipment. Create a tool and
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Replacemen Plant employees
t
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
and/or personal tools. equipment inventory with a
tracking system. Assign tools
and equipment to appropriate
personnel.
228
Upgrade the Fire
To meet current fire Obtaining funding from
11000-76000 1
Director Physical Plant 7.1 Fire
Unexpended Plant Funds and
Suppression Suppressions at VV and R G
code requirement.
the replacement of outdated
Systems at
fire suppression system to
VV & RG
meet current safety code.
Currently RG
229
Upgrading elevators to meet Funding and completion of
Completion of
Obtaining funding from
11000-76000 1
Director Physical Plant 7.1 RG
Elevator
state code and install lifts
upgrading elevators by elevators have been Unexpended Plant Funds and
upgrading elevators and
Upgrade & when wheel chairs are not
given a delay
September 2005 and
upgrade elevators and install
replace lifts at RG.
Lifts
exception of
motorized.
completion of lifts by
lifts to meet state code.
Replacemen
September 1, 2005
January 2006.
t
by the Fire Marshall.
As today, the
249
To have more
1) Do inventory of tooling
Faster and more qualitative
11000-76000 1
Director Physical Plant 7.1 Mechanical To assure the manpower
Systems/Uti required to guarantee to
manpower to satisfy all existing personnel is per employee. 2) Identify
response to maintenance
lities
responding only
quality and effectiveness of
tools that do not belong to the
requirements made by faculty, maintenance
Manpower Mechanical Systems and
corrective
college. 3) Identify tools
staff and students, as well as a requirements DW.
maintenance calls
Utilities operations.
required to do the job. 4)
more effective preventative
for not having
Purchase required tooling; to
maintenance to avoid
enough time to
replace theirs and to replenish
recurrent corrective calls from
dedicate to
the required one. 5)
end users (faculty, staff and
preventative
Document all tooling assigned
students).
maintenance
to every employee.
activities which in
the long run will
minimize the
continuous
maintenance calls
from faculty, staff
and students.
11000-76000 1
Director Physical Plant 7.1 Equipment To replenish all employees
Employees will address the
250
To have all employees Today, many
1. Identify activities to be
maintenance issues more
with all required tooling for
with all required tools to employees are
performed by temporary
efficiently and timely manner perform efficiently.
working with tools employees. 2. Identify the
them to be able to complete
and will not have to borrow
that belong to them time required and frequency
their tasks efficiently and a
tools from other employees to
and not the college. at which the activities will be
timely manner.
complete their tasks.
Most of the tools
executed. 3. Allocate those
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employees are currently using
old, outdated tools and
equipment or their own
personnel tools.
Completion by January
Funding and completion of
upgrading of fire suppression 2006.
systems at VV and RG.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
252
11000-76000
1
Director Physical Plant 8.1
Personnel
253
11000-76000
1
Director Physical Plant 7.1
IT Power
Supply
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
that employees need
have been lost, wore
out or too old.
Therefore, new
tooling is required.
Today, the existing
To optimized to utilization of More time of specialized
To have temporary
skilled personnel:
the extisting skilled
employees perfoming
workers in activities which
electricians, campus
employees.
activities such as:
required skilled labor.
cleaning of mechanical techs, HVAC techs
rooms, replacing burnt is being used to
lamps, adjusting clocks. clean water tanks,
mechanical rooms,
changing burnt
lamps or adjusting
clocks, keeping them
from executing more
skilled activities like
developing
preventative
maintenance
programs,
undertaking design
work requests, or
improving existing
system or process in
their areas of
competency.
To assure power supply to the IT server will have temporary Guaranteed temporary Presently, there is an
UPS, temporary
IT server in the event of
power supply to IT
power supply until public
power system, which
power outage from public
utilities serve is reestablished. server in the event of
has not been
utilities.
power outage from
public utilities company. maintained since its
installation in the
ASC building 3
years due to
specialized labor to
do so for it is
necessary to
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Strategies
resources in the specified
areas of needs. 4. Monitor
their performance and
productivity.
1. Identify acitivities to be
performed by temporary
employees. 2. Identify the
time required and frequency
at which the activities will be
executed. 3. Allocate those
resources in the specified
areas of needs. 4. Monitor
their performance and
productivity.
1. To hire a company to do
an initial maintenance to
bring up the UPS to normal
operating conditions. 2. To
identify the maintenance
needs for the existing UPS.
3. To prepare a bidding
package specifying scope of
maintenance work. 4. To
invite qualify service
providers to bid on the UPS
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
outsource its
maintenance.
254
11000-76000
1
Director Physical Plant 7.1
Ice Making
System
255
11000-76000
2
Director Physical Plant 7.1
Air
To provide a more
Conditionin comfortable classroom and
g
office environmnets to
achieve occupant's best
performance.
256
11000-76000
2
Director Physical Plant 7.1
Parking Lot To maintain the EPCC image More visible facilities of
Lighting
of having well maintained
EPCC campuses.
and safe campuses by
assuring continuously well lit
parking lots.
Increase reliability of ice
making system to guarantee
Loan Star project objectives.
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To have water pumps
Increase water tank capacity
to be able to install an existing installed in the new
backup pump to assure water water tank.
supply to ice making chiller,
and guarantee achievement of
LOAN STAR project
objectives
More comfortable work
environments for staff, faculty
and student body resulting in
less work requests to adjust
room temperatures.
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Currently there is
only one pump to
supply water to the
chillers, a second
pump is required but
can not be installed
because the existing
tank is too small to
hold both pumps.
Curently the air
distribution systems
are not providing the
air in the
temperature and
volumes required to
maintain
comfortable working
areas as a result of
the continuous
modification
undertaken in those
areas, such as, rooms
A241, A 240, D 109,
E100-107.
Currently, there have
Continuously well lit
been a lot of issues
parking lots through
regarding lighting in
outsourcing their
maintenance. This will parking lots. This
reflect the image of well has required calls to
maintained institution. outside which will
address the issue
To have new air
conditioning
distribution systems for
more comfortable
environments.
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maintenance. 5. Monitor
provider performance. 6.
Establish periodical meetings
with provider to evaluate the
service.
1. Obtain funding from
unexpended plant funds. 2.
Detailing all specifications for
new tank. 3. Assessing
integration of new tank and
pump to the existing system.
4. Outsourcing contruction of
tanks. 5. Monitoring
construction. 6. Starting up
the system with the new size
tank and backup pump.
1. Obtain funding from
unexpended plant funds. 2.
Detailing all specifications for
the new air distribution
arrangements. 3. Assessing
integration of new air
distribution. 4. Installing
new equipment. 5.
Monitoring construction. 6.
Starting up the system with
new air distribution
arrangements.
1. Obtain funding from
unexpended plant funds. 2.
To develop a set of
specifications that will require
a periodical inspection of all
parking lots DW and
replacement of lights. 3. To
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
when it is available
and not when we
needed.
239
11000-76002
1
Facilities Construction
7.1
Equipment
Replacement of old
equipment.
Purchase of HP Design Jet
800 printer (42-inch model)
and LYNX Vinyl cutter.
240
11000-76002
1
Facilities Construction
8.1
Personnel
Hiring of a Construction
Worker.
Employing a new
construction worker would
raise efficiency, thereby
ensuring quality and
effectiveness of operations.
241
11000-76002
2
Facilities Construction
7.1
226
11000-76003
1
Operation &
Maintenance
7.1
258
11000-76003
1
Operation &
Maintenance
8.1
Constructio This would create and
n Facilities maintain an enhanced
Shop
environment for various tades
to achieve success.
Facilities
To reorganize and rename
Services
Facilities Services. The
Physical Plant has two
separate units: Operation &
Maintenance and Ground
Maintenance. This has not
been proven effective or
efficient for the department.
Maintenanc Hiring of two (2)
e Workers Maintenance I workers.
(2)
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On site improvement would
consist of a metal building on
a concrete base.
Approval by the Board of
Trustees and Administration.
For the last years the college
has expanded its needs for
Special Events set-ups,
moving of furniture,
equipment and Property
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Current printer (7 years
old) is constantly
breaking down and
cutter is 12 years old,
parts are obsolete and
very hard to locate.
3 months after approval. Facilities
constructions
receives and
processes
approximately 80
new minor work
orders each month.
This would expand
Obtain funding and
purchase metal building the college's
technological
by October 2005.
capbility.
Completion by January Currently operating
under two separate
2006.
accounts (Operation
& Maintenance and
Ground
Maintenance).
Strategies
implement a bidding process
to bring different providers
for this service. 4. Monitor
provider performance. 4.
Established periodical
meetings with provider to
evaluate the service.
Purchasing of printer and
cutter.
Obtaining funding for a
construction worker.
Purchase of metal building.
Combine 11000-76003
(personnel salaries) and
11000-76006 (personnel
salaries) under one account
titled Facilities Services,
11000-76003. This account
will only indicate personnel
salaries.
3 months after approval. The functions by the Obtain funding for two
Maintenance
Maintenance Workers I.
Workers (Special
Events) have double
and with EPCC
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Control work orders.
227
11000-76006
1
Ground Maintenance
7.1
Facilities
Services
To reorganize and rename
Facilities Services. The
Physical Plant has two
separate units: Operation &
Maintenance and Ground
Maintenance. This has not
been proven effective or
efficient for the department.
Approval by the Board of
Trustees and Administration.
Completion by January
2006.
230
11000-76007
2
Operating Grounds
7.1
By installing city lines to the
Farah and EPCC.
Completion by August
2006.
231
11000-76007
1
Operating Grounds
7.1
ASC Water Removing the water tank
Tank
system and having city lines
installed to the Farah and
EPCC, we will be free of
liability.
Door
Replacement of doors and
Replacemen automatic doors at VV
ts
233
11000-76007
2
Operating Grounds
8.1
234
11000-76007
2
Operating Grounds
7.1
232
11000-76008
1
Physical Plant
7.1
Replacing hollow metal doors
which are heavy especially to
student with special needs.
Replace automatic door in
Bldg. A, has had excessive
repairs.
Grounds
Replacement of old equipment Purchasing of new equipment
Equipment
for Grounds to re-place old
equipment or purchase
additional equipment that is
much needed.
Vehicle
Replacing Welder's vehicle. Purchase F-350 Truck to carry
Replacemen
welder's equipment.
t
Electricity
To increase the electricity
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Completion by July
2006.
Completion by
December 2005.
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continuing to grow,
there is a need to
hire two
Maintenance
Workers.
Currently operating
under two separate
accounts (Operation
& Maintenance and
Ground
Maintenance).
Combine 11000-76003
(personnel salaries) and
11000-76006 (personnel
salaries) under one account
titled Facilities Services,
11000-76003. The account
11000-76006 will be
eliminated once the personnel
salaries are transferred into
11000-76003.
By installing city
Obtain funding from
lines will free EPCC Unexpended Plant Funds for
of any liabilities.
the removing of water tank
system and installing city
lines.
Replace doors.
Obtaining funding from
Unexpended Plant Funds and
replace doors and automatic
doors which are consistently
breaking down or very heavy.
Outdated and old
equipment.
Too small to carry
welding machine,
acetylene torch and
all needed
equipment.
Need to increase budget Compared to last
Purchase larger vehicle
for carrying equipment,
current vehicle is too
small.
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Strategies
Obtaining funding from the
Unexpended Plant Fund and
replace old equipment with
new equipment.
Obtain funding from the
Vehicle Replacement fund.
Energy efficiency. Upgrade
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 37
Associate Vice President, Auxiliary Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
utility bills.
budget by $48,710.
235
11000-76009
1
Physical Plant
7.1
Gas
236
11000-76010
1
Physical Plant
7.1
237
32003-73246
1
Auxiliary Services
1.1
Student
Athletes
238
32003-73246
1
Auxiliary Services
1.1
Student
Athletes
257
32003-73246
1
Auxiliary Services
1.1
Recruitment Recruit quality, studentathletes and assure that a
minimum of 70% of our
student-athletes come from
the El Paso County
Community College District
(local area as defined by
EPCC).
To decrease gas budget by
$89,182.
Water/Sewa To increase the Water/Sewage
ge
budget by $40,472.
With regards to studentathletes, maintain higher
academic standards than that
required by the NJCCA.
Achieve a minimum of 75%
placement of student-athletes
into four (4) year academic
institution upon their
departure or graduation from
EPCC.
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Standard
Readjusted to meet current
and future needs.
Additional square footage for
utility bills.
At the end of each semester
GPA's of athletes will be
evaluated to determined these
figures.
At the end of our studentathletes' eligibility period
rosters of each sport will be
evaluated to determine the
percentages.
due to additional square fiscal year's bills.
footage and possible
rate increases.
Compared to last
Decrease in budget.
fiscal year's bill.
Need to increase budget Compared to last
due to additional square year's bills.
footage and possible
rate increases.
Database created to
85% success rate
evaluate athletes
according to EPCC's
GPA's per year.
Athletic Scholarship
Policy.
Placement of student
75% placement of
athletes to previous
student-athletes into
year.
four (4) institutions.
70% local (as defined
Opening day of Rosters of
each sport will be evaluted to by EPCC) studentdetermine local verses out-of- athletes
state percentages.
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Strategies
equipment to maximize
energy efficiency throughout
the district.
Gas efficiency.
Water efficiency. Upgrade
equipment to maximize water
efficiency throughout the
district.
To monitor student-athletes in
the Fall and Spring and
enforce the Athlete
Scholarship Policy.
1. Coaches and Athletic
Dept. staff will continue to
stress, implement and place as
our top priority, continued
eligibility and placement of
our student-athletes. 2.
Coaches and staff will meet
with student-athlete monthly.
3. Offer them computer
services at the Athletic Office.
Recruitment of local AVP will insure that EPCC
students VS out of
coaches are recruiting and
state.
signing local student athletes.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Coordinator, Counseling at VV and RG
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
196
11000-63002
197
11000-63002
198
11000-65000
199
11000-65001
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Transfer Center
1.1
Transfer
students
Transfer Center
2.2
1
Counseling
7.1
1
Counselor VV
Priority
1
Area
5.1
Counselor
Coordinator
Job
Description,
Position
Description,
and
College
Procedure
Professional
Staff
Developme
nt Training
Objective
Measure
To advise students on all
information that they require
to transfer to a college or
university of their choice.
No less than 60% of students
that complete an Associate of
Arts Degree will actually
transfer to a University.
To complete all EPCC
objectives for the Title V
Transfer Center Grant in
cooperation with UTEP.
Review of objectives and
tasks accomplished to
determine completion.
Define the Counselor
Coordinator Job, Position
Descriptions in accordance
with college procedure and
district needs.
Development of a formal Job
Description; Position
Description and College
Procedures submitted to the
appropriate college entities.
Standard
80% of students
completing a Transfer
Center evaluation
document will report
satisfaction with the
service.
Baseline
Strategies
A minimum of
2,000 students per
academic year will
receive service at the
Transfer Center.
The Transfer Center will
contact instructors to inform
them of services provided at
the center. The Transfer
Center will advertise their
services through the college
newspaper, fliers, and
banners. The Counseling
department will refer students
who need services provided
by the Transfer Center.
80% of students
The College had an
A. Specific objectives will be
getting assistance at identified for each year of the
informal Transfer
the EPCC Transfer grant. B. Meetings will be
Program that has
Center will transfer held with college and
become formalized.
to a University.
Little data had been
university staff to review
collected in the past. So
tasks accomplished and
100% change is
determine effectiveness.
expected.
No current job or
Utilization of College
Reviewing existing job
college procedure
Procedures already
description and procedures
reflecting the current pertinent to counseling faculty
established for final
Counselor
approval of these
and coordinator positions.
Coordinator position Rewrite these documents in
documents by Spring
has been formally
2006.
accordance to college policies
adopted by the
and division needs.
college.
Provide Bi-Annual Staff
Number of professional
No less than two staff
Development training District- development
development activities
Wide. Encourage
offered to staff by
activities/training sessions
Professional Staff
will be held for all counseling Spring 2006.
Development activities
staff per academic year.
outside the college
environment.
5.1 Counseling Determine full time
200
11000-65005 1
Counseling MDP
a. Review of final summary Number of Counselors
Faculty to
Counseling Faculty to
report from Counseling Model retained or hired in
Academic
Academic Advisor staffing
Committee to VP Student
proportion to number of
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2 (two) professional
development
sessions for
Counseling Faculty
and Academic
Advisors. 0 (zero)
for Support Staff.
28 FT Counseling
Faculty; 8 FT
Academic Advisor
Solicit bi-annual input from
counseling staff as to
professional development
activities needed DistrictWide.
A. Research "Best
Practices" among other
colleges/universities.
B.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 5
Coordinator, Counseling at VV and RG
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Advisor
Ratio
Objective
Measure
ratio as identified by student
and departmental needs.
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B. Define and contrast
Counseling Faculty with
Academic Advisor staffing
ratio District-Wide.
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Standard
Academic Advisors
retained or hired
District-Wide by Spring
2006.
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Baseline
Strategies
Review differences of job
descriptions and
responsibilities between
Counseling faculty and
Academic Advisors to
determine service
effectiveness for our student
population.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Director, Admissions
Plan
No.
210
Budget
Acct
11000-67000
Priority
1
Area
Admissions
EPCC
Goal
5.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Conversion Convert funding for one
of funding. externally-funded admissions
assistant position to
institutional funding.
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One externally funded fulltime temporary position exist
in admissions for an
Admissions Assistant.
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Standard
Conversion of funding
from Carl Perkins to
institution.
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Baseline
Position is
temporary.
Strategies
Request funding cite change
to ensure continued support if
admissions requirements to
support expected continued
growth in enrollment against
the continuing threat of loss
of external funding.
Institutional funding will
stabilize this position.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Center for Students with Disabilities
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
219
11000-64001
1
Center for Students w/
Disab
8.4
Center for
Students
with
Disabilities
Expand communication with
the community and schools.
220
11000-64001
2
Center for Students w/
Disab
1.1
Center for
Students
with
Disabilities
2. To improve services to
disabled students.
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Standard
Baseline
1. Participate on at
least 2 outside
community agency's
boards.
1. 2 contacts with
outside agencies.
Strategies
1. Contact a minimum of 5
outside agencies to assess
appropriateness of CSD
2. Flyer in the stage involvement.
of developments.
2. Attend Region XIX
2. Develop a flyer about CSD 2. Distribute flyers to at
least 10 high school
transition meetings and
for high schools.
transition counselors for
provide flyers.
graduating seniors.
1. Meet, design and forward
1. Developmental Instructor 1. One module that will 1. 0 baseline
website information to
and the Director will complete be a segment on the new
2. 0 baseline
faculty orientation
Faculty Development Office
a module on CSD for
website.
orientation for "New
3. 0 baseline
2. CSD will identify and
Faculty" website training.
2. 2 facutly members
collaborate 2 faculty members
will implement teaching 4. 0 baseline
to develop teaching strategies
2. Develop "universal"
strategies.
for their course.
teaching strategies in their
5. Meet 1 1/2 hours
class.
twice a week
3. Have 25% of CSD
3. Hold a 1 hour once a week
students participate in
session on accelerated
3. Introduce a special study
the study skills
learning strategies for one
skills component to the
component the first
semester.
tutoring sessions for 1st
semester.
semester freshmen to
4. Establish a committee to
participate.
4. Complete an
create an evaluation process.
assessment instrument
Recruit committee members
4. Establish a skills
by Fall 2005.
that are currently working the
assessment process for
field.
interpreters Spring 2006.
5. Have 10 students
complete a 14 week
5. Meet 1 1/2 hours twice a
5. Continue a 1 1/2 twice a
class.
week and teach techniques to
week Accelerated Learning
accelerate their learning
class for interested students.
1. To have counselors serve
as board members in
community agencies to
expand relationships.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Director, Co-op Education & Job Placement
Plan
No.
221
Budget
Acct
11000-64002
Priority
1
Area
EPCC
Goal
Coop Education & Job
Placement
8.1
Plan
Name
Coop
Ed/Job
Placement
Community
Expansion
Objective
Measure
Expand the Coop Education
& Job Placement role in the
community by outreaching
more employers and
becoming involved in
workforce development areas.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Standard
Coop Education & Job
Placement office will actively
assist all areas of the college
(such as workforce
development) place traditional
and non-traditional students
that benefit from the
institutions education and
vocational training objectives
by job placements (obtained
employments) throughout the
community.
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Through active grants
targeted from Summer
Youth and Work
Experience, a greater
employer database has
been expanded to create
effective partnership
with private and public
sector employers.
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Baseline
At time of writing,
employer database
was minimal. Now
through these grants,
May - August 2004
and present (June August, 2005) a
greater database and
connection to
employers districtwide has been
established. This
broadens the impact
of this department
and its role and
function with the
college and the
community.
Strategies
Through attached and
obtained grants to target
Work Experience and
Summer Youth, part-time,
temporary staff was hired to
collect and interface with
local area employers to help
serve the traditional and nontraditional students at the
college.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Financial Aid Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
205
11000-66000
1
Financial Aid Office
7.1
Document
Imaging
Implement imaging of
incoming documents at all
financial aid offices at branch
campuses resulting in quicker
response time for applications
and reduction of copying
costs.
Imaging stations at all branch
campuses, documents scanned
at time of receipt and
immediately transmitted to
VV for review and action.
10% decrease in copier
costs at branch offices
and reduction of
application processing
time by 2-5 days.
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11000-66000
1
Financial Aid Office
2.2
Document
Imaging
Implement imaging of
incoming documents at all
financial aid offices at branch
campuses resulting in quicker
response time for applications
and reduction of copying
costs.
Imaging stations at all branch
campuses, documents scanned
at time of receipt and
immediately transmitted to
VV for review and action.
10% decrease in copier
costs at branch offices
and reduction of
application processing
time by 2-5 days.
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Baseline
Documents
submitted are
currently being
submitted , copied,
transmittal forms
manually completed
and documents
mailed or hand
delivered to VV.
Documents
submitted are
currently being
submitted , copied,
transmittal forms
manually completed
and documents
mailed or hand
delivered to VV.
Strategies
Buy 5 imaging stations and
train staff at branch campuses
on imaging and indexing
processes.
Buy 5 imaging stations and
train staff at branch campuses
on imaging and indexing
processes.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 4
Director, Police Department
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
206
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8
Police Department
8.3
Speed
Hump
Project
208
11000-61001
9
Police Department
8.3
207
11000-72008
6
Coordinator Safety
Office
7.1
209
11000-72008
5
Coordinator Safety
Office
7.1
Additional
StaffingNW and
MDP
Increase
number of
Fire
Wardens
by 5%.
Distribute
Employee
Safety
Enhanceme
nt
Brochures
Objective
Measure
Add ten speed humps as
10 new speed humps.
indicated. Six at
Transmountain; Two at
Northwest, and Two at Valle
Verde.
Add four additional officers Four new officers.
to staffing table: Two to NW
and Two to MDP.
Currently, there are
approximately 100 trained
fire wardens district-wide.
We want to increase by 5%.
105 Fire Wardens.
Print and Distribute 500
Print and Distribute 500
brochures that will enhance
Brochures.
awareness of employee injuryprevention.
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Baseline
Strategies
100%
0
100%
0
5%
100 Fire Wardens
Advertise the need for new
fire wardens by email and
word of mouth throughout the
district.
100%
0
Brochures to be distributed in
all safety workshops and can
be included in payroll
disbursements.
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Objective will be met by
locating appropriate/effective
sites at each listed campus
and then building the new
speed humps.
Adding four new officers to
the Police Department
staffing table.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
325
Budget
Acct
11000-67001
Priority
1
Area
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Expand
Expand Dual Credit Programs
Dual Credit to each and every one of the
regional high schools eith
emphasis on rural
underserved areas.
Standard
Implement program at all
EPISD high schools to include
Franklin HS and all rural
schools to include Tornillo
and Sierra Blanca.
100% full
implementation of dual
credit at all rural high
schools in the region.
Baseline
Strategies
1) Negociate Interlocal
agreement with regional
school superintendents.
2) Contact and set-up
meetings with administrators
@ schools.
3) Conduct Dual Credit
workshop for administrators
and interested teachers.
4) Conduct individual
classroom presentations to all
sophomores, juniors, and
seniors.
5) Conduct student/parent
application orientation
workshops.
6) Coordinate on-site Testing
& Distance Education
equipment inspections.
7) Coordinate on-site Testing
and advising
sessions.
8) Complete enrollment and
registration
process.
9) Coordinate on-site New
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
326
Budget
Acct
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Priority
2
Area
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
High
Conduct early enrollment
School
registration for high school
Senior
seniors.
Early
Enrollment
Registration
Initiative
Pilot at least two (2) school
districts within the twelve
regional districts.
Standard
The successful pilot
results for early
registration could bring
at least two thousand
(2,000) additional
students for enrollment.
Baseline
Strategies
Student Orientation sessions.
1) Initiate enrollment process
for "early" registration of high
school seniors.
2) Coordinate with high
schools for web
registration.
3) Process necessary
paperwork for
registration.
4) Coordiante meeting with
high school counselors for
early enrollment
registration.
5) Conduct early registration
workshops on-site
OR
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3
Recruitment & School
Relations
High
School
Graduating
Senior
Workshops
Expansion of graduating
"Senior Day @ EPCC"
workshops.
Introduce at least 1,000 high
school seniors to a full-day
event at EPCC.
At least have one school
from each of the twelve
regional districts
participate.
6) Conduct early registration
workshops at corresponding
EPCC campus.
1) Coordinate graduating high
school senior visit to
respective EPCC
campuses.
2) Conduct tours of EPCC
campuses.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
3) Coordiante 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.
6) Schedule for
Testing.
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11000-67001
4
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC High Establish EPCC in-inservice
School
days with school districts and
Administrat invite for trainning.
or/Teacher
In-Service
Coordinate invitational inservice workshops for high
school administrators and
staff.
One school from each of
the twelve regional
districts will participate.
7) Conduct Financial Aid
Workshops.
1) Approach high school
administration before Inservice schedules are
finalized.
2) Coordinate a mutually
productive day for both
institutions.
3) Coordinate EPCC
presentations @
workshops.
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4) Conduct
presentations.
5) Conduct campus
tours.
329
11000-67001
5
Recruitment & School
Relations
Dual Credit Standardize Dual Credit
Web
forms to include information
Access/Man on Web for easy access.
ual
All dual credit
Initiate and maintain dual
credit forms on web to include information, i.e.,
requirements, forms and
Dual Credit manual.
manual to be put on
web.
6) Demonstrate to high school
teachers why EPCC is "The
Best Place to Start."
1) Composition of High
School contact Dual Credit
manual.
2) Coordination of EPCC
areas participating in Dual
Credit for manual input.
3) Formatting of Dual Credit
Forms to include
standardizing.
330
11000-67001
6
Recruitment & School
Relations
ESL
Evening
Outreach
Initiative
Conduct
retention/recruitment
presentations to all ESL
evening programs to provide
information available on
Student Services that
otherwise may be lacking.
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EPCC campuses.
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4) Making Dual Credit
accessible through EPCC
Web.
1) Meet with Dean on
structuring of
presentations.
2) Contact Instructional
Coordinators to schedule
classroom presentations.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
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No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
3) Prepare "ESL Evening
Outreach"
packets.
331
11000-67001
7
Recruitment & School
Relations
Media
Increase FREE media
To reach 100% of local
Have once a monthTV,
Recruitment coverage of EPCC services
newspaper, or radio coverage. newspaper (El Paso
Outreach
and programs of study within
Times).
the EL pAso Community i.e.,
ongoing Dual Credit Program.
4) Strategize delivery at each
of the EPCC campuses.
1) Contact individual media
personnel for
coverage.
2) Feature "real time" students
at
EPCC.
3) Shadow Dual Credit
students at respective high
schools.
332
11000-67001
8
Recruitment & School
Relations
Mall
Expand annual EPCC "Mall
Recruitment Recruitment Fairs."
Fairs
At least two (2) Mall
Increase
Recruitment events
participation/recruiting
contacts at "Mall Recruitment during the fiscal year.
Fairs."
4) Exposure of Dual Credit
throughout the regional high
schools.
1) Negotiate fee waiver for
EPCC
participation.
2) Include admission
application booth
section.
3) Contact EPCC departments
for
participation.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
Director, Recruitment and School Relations
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No.
333
Budget
Acct
11000-67001
Priority
9
Area
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Customize
Recruitment
Packets of
EPCC
Programs/M
ajors
Objective
Measure
Establish a comprehensive
Production of program/major
profile of customized
specific recruitment packets.
recruitment packets for EPCC
programs/majors through
handouts.
Standard
Compile at least 10% or
thirteen (13) EPCC
program/major specific
packets.
Baseline
Strategies
4) Create EPCC banners
advertising programs.
1) Obtain degree information
from
counseling.
2) Specify program
information on each
discipline.
3) Update information on
yearly basis to correlate with
catalog.
4) Obtain respective Dean
approval field of
study.
334
11000-67001 10
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC
Enhance DVD library of
Recruitment current EPCC programs.
DVD
Library
Project
Production of DVDs for
recruitment presentations.
Minimum of ten (10)
DVDs featuring EPCC
programs and resources.
5) Place information on web.
1) Contact high school
administrators for permission
to approach student
body.
2) Obtain clearence to utilize
"Channel One" mode of
delivery in each classroom to
feature EPCC resources in
general, Dual Credit Program
and specific programs of
study.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 11
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Plan
No.
335
Budget
Acct
Priority
11000-67001 11
Area
Recruitment & School
Relations
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Internationa Actively recruit seniors at
l Student
"preparatorias" located in
Recruitment Juarez, Mexico.
Initiative
Standard
Visit and hold recruitment
activities in Juarez
"preparatorias" (high schools)
and Education Fairs.
Visit at least twenty
(20) high schools in
Juarez, Mexico and
participate in two (2)
Educational Fairs.
Baseline
Strategies
3) Coordinate with EPCC
programs deans for approval
of three minute dvd program
presentations.
1) Contact high schools in
Juarez,
Mexico.
2) Coordinate visits to the
high
schools.
3) Conduct presentations to
seniors.
4) Participate in educational
fairs.
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Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Student Leadership and Activities
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
211
11000-52400
1
Director Student
Leadership
8.1
Student
Increase Student Services and Completion of at least 50% of Completion date May
Leadership Intramural Sports
2006.
established strategies.
& Campus Programming.
Life
Enrichment
Plan
n/a
211
11000-52400
1
Director Student
Leadership
3.1
Student
Increase Student Services and Completion of at least 50% of Completion date May
Leadership Intramural Sports
2006.
established strategies.
& Campus Programming.
Life
Enrichment
Plan
n/a
212
11000-52400
2
Director Student
Leadership
8.3
SGA
Provide Structure and
Enrichment Leadership Opportunities for
Plan
SGA students.
n/a
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Completion of at least 50% of Completion date May
2006.
established strategies.
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Strategies
Evaluate leadership activities
among staff; Increase
multicultural events and
programming at each campus;
Increase intramural sports
activities for students and
staff; Create yearly master
calendar; Evaluate forms
utilized within student
leadership, campus life and
intramural sports programs;
Increase multicultural
awareness among staff; Have
a volunteer fair once a year.
Evaluate leadership activities
among staff; Increase
multicultural events and
programming at each campus;
Increase intramural sports
activities for students and
staff; Create yearly master
calendar; Evaluate forms
utilized within student
leadership, campus life and
intramural sports programs;
Increase multicultural
awareness among staff; Have
a volunteer fair once a year.
Evaluate student leadership
activities and opportunities;
Evaluate the SGA elections
process; Evaluate SOC
process; Create a leadership
academy for SGA students;
Have a student club fair, fall
and spring for interested
students; Have a vendor fair
during the fall and spring
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Student Leadership and Activities
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
213
11000-52400
4
Director Student
Leadership
2.2
214
11000-52400
5
Director Student
Leadership
2.3
215
11000-52400
3
Director Student
Leadership
1.1
Plan
Name
Student
Leadership
& Campus
Life
Enhanceme
nt Plan 2
Student
Leadership
& Campus
Life
Enhanceme
nt Plan 3
Go Center
Objective
Measure
Improve Internal Operations
and Training Opportunities
for Student Leadership and
Campus Life Staff.
Standard
Completion of at least 50% of Completion date August n/a
2006.
established strategies.
Improved Student Leadership Completion of at least 50% of Completion date August n/a
and Campus Life Website
2006.
established strategies.
and Improve Appearance of
Campus Life Offices.
Creation of GO Center.
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students entering EPCC
through the efforts of the GO
Center.
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2006.
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Baseline
Strategies
semesters; Evaluate forms
utilized within SGA; Involve
students on college
committees; Increase
multicultural awareness.
Increase professional
development opportunities for
staff; Develop training for
staff to perform their jobs
more efficiently; Establish
reporting data bases.
Coordinate with IT to develop
and enhance departmental
website; Replace outdated
equipment; Improve physical
appearance of Student
Leadership Offices.
Recruitment of 20 active
students; Development of GO
Center Club.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Director, Testing Services
Plan
No.
216
Budget
Acct
11000-63001
Priority
1
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Testing Services
2.2
CLEP
Testing
Objective
Measure
Increase awareness of the
College Level Examination
Program (CLEP) tests as a
method by which EPCC
students/community members
can obtain college credit by
exam.
Standard
Whether or not the number of
individuals taking CLEP tests
has increased over last year's
numbers.
Increase the number of
CLEP Tests
administered at EPCC
by 10% over the 2003 04 academic year.
Baseline
In the 2003-04
academic year we
administered 258
CLEP Tests.
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11000-63003
11000-63005
2
3
Alt. Testing /
Accuplacer
GED Testing
2.2
2.2
NSO
Scheduling
(This is
phase 2 of
the 200405 plan to
automate
test and
NSO
scheduling
processes.
Automate the scheduling
process for New Student
Orientation so that NSO
counselors district wide are
able to view/monitor NSO
schedules.
Testing staff schedule the
NSO appointments as
students finish taking their
college placement test.
Off Site
Use technology (i.e. laptop
GED Test
computer) to faciliate the
Registration registration of potential GED
candidates at off campus
locations.
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1. Publicize EPCC credit by
exam policies for CLEP tests
through various means (i.e.
TS web pages, informational
brochures).
2. Solicit invitations to
EPCC classes (such as
Mastering Academic
Excellence courses) and
provide information to
students about CLEP and
EPCC credit by exam policies.
Individuals can save time and
tuition dollars by completing
CLEP tests to earn college
credit.
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Strategies
1. Whether or not counselors
can view the NSO schedules
to see if sessions are filled to
capacity. This will assist
them in planning for
staff/supplies for each NSO
session.
Counselors will be able
to view fill status and
print their own NSO
rosters.
2. Whether or not counselors
can view and print their own
NSO rosters and will not have
to wait for testing staff to do
this for them.
Whether or not we are able to
register GED candidates at off
campus locations and easily
incorporate new registrations
with the main GED records
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registrations will be
completed using a
laptop computer.
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Currently NSO
counselors are not
able to view/print
NSO schedules and
must contact testing
staff to perform this
task for them.
3. Provide CLEP testing
support to meet the needs of
community members (not just
EPCC students) and military
personnel.
1. Modify existing
scheduling system to
incorporate a "view only"
access for NSO counselors to
view their NSO schedules.
2. Coordinate with IT to
provide "view only" access to
the scheduling system for
designated NSO counselors.
3. Train NSO counselors on
how to access the NSO
scheduling system.
Currently all off
1. Purchase a laptop
campus registrations computer using existing
are done manually
budget funding.
and this information
must be processed
2. Make necessary
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
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Acct
Priority
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EPCC
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Plan
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Measure
Standard
database used in the GED
Testing Center.
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again manually into
our GED Testing
Center database.
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Strategies
technology enhancements
using in house expertise to
insure that we can transfer off
campus registration
information to our GED
Testing Center database.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 77
Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 4
Registrar
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
201
11000-62000
1
Registrar
2.2
Overtime
Budget
202
11000-62000
2
Registrar
6.1
CAPP
203
11000-62000
3
Registrar
6.1
"What If"
screen
204
11000-62000
4
Registrar
2.2
Position
request to
Hire Clerk
II.
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Adopt overtime needed for
completion of projects within
the Registrar's area.
Activate CAPP process for
counseling to expedite
advising.
Activate "What If" for
students to use to see their
degree information.
Completion of projects in a
timely basis within budget.
$20,000
$3,720 of overtime
budget.
Development of sufficient
overtime budget.
100% automatic.
100%
100% manual
Train counselors and advisors
on procedure using CAPP.
Complete activation.
100%
Provide directions to students
to be able to use the "What If"
screen.
Need position to assist
Graduation and Scheduling
Departments.
Position filled.
Students will be able to
access their course
history through the
WEB to see what their
degree status is.
Position filled.
100%
Hire individual to assist
Graduation and Scheduling
personnel.
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Student Services
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Vice President, Student Services
Plan
No.
195
Budget
Acct
11000-12003
Priority
1
Area
EPCC
Goal
Vice President Student 6.1
Services
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Reorganizat Reorganization of Student
ion of
Services upon the hiring of
Student
the Dean of Students
Services
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Students; was the
reorganization structure
completed.
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Dean of Students is
expected to be hired by
Fall 2005.
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Baseline
Strategies
Position is currently National recruitment, review
vacant.
of application pool to
determine viability of moving
forward with the selection
process.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 29
Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Associate Vice President, Instructional Resources and Technology
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
299
11000-51005
1
Technology Resource
Center
6.1
Technology The Technology Resource
Resource
Center will operate two
Center
Centers, one at VV and the
second at RG. This is in an
effort to increase technology
training to faculty and staff.
Combined training methods
will be utilized such as ondemand, web-based training
opportunities that will allow
the user to select training
modules and training will be
delivered 24x7.
297
11000-52100
1
AVP, Instructional
Resources and
Technology
6.1
298
11000-52101
1
Academic Computer
Services
6.1
AVP,
Instructiona
l Resources
and
Technology
Academic
Computing
Services
Standard
Training to faculty and staff
will increase by 20% and 11
online modules will be
developed.
Promote increased utilization Increase number of training
of technological capabilities sessions for faculty, staff, and
to faculty, staff, and students. students; and assist with
instructional design.
Hire 7 part-time ACS Lab
Assistants
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administrative support to all
ACS labs; increase level of
faculty and student support at
all ACS labs.
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Develop a catalog of
web-based training
modules and tutorials.
Extensive online
module development
occurred in year
2004-05 in areas
such as WebCT
training, Flash,
Powerpoint and the
use of HorizonLive
webinars. Training
in Respondus also
was available.
Regular training
planning sessions;
review and modify
training calendar on a
regular basis.
Hire appropriate level
staff.
Develop regular
training calendar;
repeat training
sessions.
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Strategies
1. TRC staff will continue to
assess training needs and
develop online tutorials, webbased training in various
areas; 2. TRC is also
developing online tutorials for
use by Academic Computing
Services student open labs for
the District; 3. Assist with
the training of faculty
teaching online courses; 4.
Increase the use of STS
students in the training and
development of online
modules; 5. Continue to
support or purchase the
necessary training software.
Increase training of Campus
Pipeline, WebCT, Webinars,
etc.; promote the production
of instructional videos.
7 part-time ACS Lab District-wide ACS Lab
Assistants.
Manager will assist with
planning and supervision of
ACS Labs; additional parttime lab assistants will ensure
for increased support to
faculty and students.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 29
Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Center for Instructional Telecommunications
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
309
11000-52115
1
Instructional media
6.1
IMS
Improveme
nt Plan
315
11000-52115
1
Instructional media
8.1
Lecture
Forum
310
11000-52136
1
Cablecast
7.1
Cablecast
Improveme
nt Plan
312
11000-52136
1
Cablecast
7.1
CIT
Improveme
nt Plan
Objective
Measure
Standard
To provide media services
An increase in requests met
District-wide to meet faculty, will be reflected, vs. a
students, and district needs.
decrease (to a minimal
figure,) of requests or services
not met. There will be an
increase of equipment usage,
as a result of new technology,
available for District-wide
faculty, staff, and classroom
instruction.
Media services Districtwide will be provided in
a timely manner and at
the location requested.
Media equipment
demanded by faculty,
for direct classroom
instruction, will be
available District-wide.
Baseline
Strategies
Lack of funds
prevents the
acquisition of
equipment
demanded by faculty
and staff Districtwide. Lack of staff
hinders services
demanded by the
institution.
Request funds to cover
existing part-time staff not
funded in the current budget.
Hire eight additional parttime staff people to provide
services during evening and
early morning hours. Repair
or replace District-wide media
equipment which is over five
years old. Purchase state of
the art equipment demanded
by faculty for classroom
instruction.
The present chairs
Request that the chairs and
Inform the Facilities
The Facilities Department will Remodel facilities to
and equipment are
equipment at the Lecture
bring them up to
Department about the need to
be informed for future
over 20-years old
Forum be replaced.
standards with digital
remodel. The Facilities
planning.
and are showing
equipment and to
Department will need to
wear and tear.
redesign sitting area.
provide cost.
Lack of funds to
To utilize the current
To provide full
Request for funds to: Hire a
Hire qualified full-time staff
replace or purchase qualified traffic/scheduling
traffic/scheduling area into a to manage services .
traffic/scheduling
additional
complete services office,
services, which will
full-time staff person.
Request funding needed to
programming and
responsible for scheduling,
include: program
Evaluate current television
acquire addional programs
equipment, as well programs. Acquire additional
dubbing, research, and the
research, acquiring of
and equipment.
acquisition of television
supplies and equipment, as, lack of funds to and updated programs.
provide year-round Provide funding for part-time
programs for a full capacity
dubbing, distribution,
services for full-time staff to operate year-round.
TV channel--EPIC cable
and supervising of
and part-time staff.
channel 14.
master control staff.
The shortage of full- Provide funds for overtime
To bring services in tune with Additional part-time and full- In-house productions
time and part-time
the growth of the Collegetime staff are needed to
will increase to meet
required to complete projects.
district by hiring additional
continue services and
high demand --will have staff impedes the
Provide funds for supplies
effectiveness and
staff. Increasing overtime and efficiently respond to the
compatible
and a newer vehicle, replacing
supply funds, and replacing
needs and demands of the
duplication/distribution efficiency of the
the old production van, to
department's
the old van.
College-district. The
with the use of new
better serve the video
services in all areas. production needs of the
additional funds for supplies technology.
The lack of overtime College-district.
and equipment are needed to
and supplies
provide the department with
obstructs
the materials and means
distribution efforts.
required to offer services
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Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Center for Instructional Telecommunications
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
required by the Collegedistrict.
Radio production experience
will be noticed through the
radio programs recorded on
CDs. Students will be able to
work and gain experience
through the use of state of the
art equipment currently used
throughout the radio industry.
311
11000-52146
1
Center for Instr
Communication
8.1
Create New
Budget for
KCCR
Radio
To provide radio, on-the-air,
and broadcast production
experience to students
enrolled at the Collegedistrict.
313
11000-52146
1
Center for Instr
Communication
6.1
TV Studio
Relocation
To comply with FCC
The transition into digital
mandate to replace all analog format will require funds for
equipment into digital format. the purchase of equipment
and for staff training.
The TV studio
equipment requires
digital format
replacement to comply
with FCC mandate.
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Communication
6.1
ASC
Conference
Center
To provide a permanent video Quotes and information will
projection system at the ASC be provided for consideration.
boardroom as well as at the
ASC Conference Center.
The plan is to provide a
video projection system
by the end of the 2005
summer.
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Students will acquire
hands on experience on
both, on-the-air as well
as through broadcast
production. The
Students will be able to
gain experience as onthe-air hosts (DJs.)
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The lack of
production or
broadcast
equipment hinders
production
experience. The
lack of funds rules
out the purchase of
new equipment and
supplies.
The current
television equipment
is in analog format.
Currently, no
permanent video
projection system is
in place. The IMS
and CIT staff and
others, have to
install video
projection
equipment on a
needed and
requested basis.
Strategies
Provide funds for supplies
used to operate KCCR.
Replace current and outdated
broadcast equipment with
state of the art broadcast and
production equipment.
Provide funds to continue the
employment of two part-time
staff people who support the
radio station operation.
2005-2006 IT Committee
fiscal year funds will be
requested, based on Digital
Conversion Plan. The plan
was established during the
2004-2005 fiscal year. By
January 2006, the CIT will be
relocated to the new facilities
at the ASC. I will work with
the architect firm to design
the new facilities. And I, will
research the digital equipment
for purchase
recommendations.
Provide the need and
associated costs for
consideration. Projected
amount at about $40,000.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Center for Instructional Telecommunications
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
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Center for Instr
Communication
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
6.1
Revenue
Budget
(Media
Services)
Objective
Measure
To provide services by
maintaining revenues in the
budget.
Standard
State of the art equipment will
increase services. The
awareness of the services
available will increase the
demand of requested services.
TV Series
To produce three video series Three video series will be
Productions devoted to inform the
produced from various areas
to Promote community about the
throughout the College.
the College College's staff, operation, and
services.
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Will continue to
increase revenues in this
budget due to services
provided.
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Strategies
Lack of services will
decrease the amount
of funds in the
budget.
Provide services District-wide
in the area of material
duplications. Provide
services in the area or media
production.
Currently, no
Projected completion
Focus group will be created to
date is Spring 2006 with programs are in
address the need. A producer
a pilot program of each existence, providing and crew will be assigned to
College information video record and edit the
before completion.
to the community.
programs. Objectives will be
developed for the video
series. The CIT budget will
cover the cost of materials
and supplies for this project.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
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EPCC
Goal
7.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
ISS
Improve communications
Communica between ISS staff and
tion Plan
supported staff members to
increase effectiveness of the
support provided to Distance
Education programs.
Meetings were held as
planned and scheduled.
Weekly Staff Meeting,
Bi-Annual Program
Planning Meeting,
Annual Budget
Planning Meeting
Distance Education On 1.1
Line
DE Student Increase student and faculty
and Faculty support services to ensure
Support
effective support services
Services
Increase student and faculty
support services to ensure
effective support services.
Improved completion
and student outcomes.
Distance Education On 5.1
Line
Distance
Education
Fill vacant staff position.
Staff position filled.
Hire a Distance Education
(DE) Technical Coordinator.
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Strategies
Staff meetings are
held once a month.
Planning meetings
are held once a
semester. Budget
meeting was held
once this year.
(1) Coordinate departmental
activities and schedules with
staff members to allow for
staff participation. (2)
Prepare and provide materials
in advance so staff may be
better prepared to participate
in meetings.
Completion rates
(1) Pre-census date follow-up
will be provided
with students who have not
when received from logged in encouraging
the Institutional
students to get started. (2)
Research Office
Mid-semester follow-up with
after the Spring
students to identify concerns
2005 semester is
or problems they are having.
closed.
(3) On-site voluntary
orientation for students
enrolled in online classes. (4)
On-site voluntary orientation
for dual credit students
enrolled in online classes as
requested. (5) Revise the
"Getting Started" instructions
for online students. (6)
Create "How To" online
tutorials for online students.
(7) Revise the information
letter sent to students at the
beginning of each semester.
(8) Conduct an end-of-term
student program survey to
assess the effectiveness of
support provided by the
Distance Education office.
(9) Add a monthly training
activity to faculty meetings.
DE Technical
(1) Advertise, interview and
Coordinator position hire a Distance Education
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Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Technical
Coordinator
Position
Baseline
is vacant.
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Distance Education On 5.1
Line
Distance
Education
Program
Assistant
Position
305
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1
Distance Education On 5.1
Line
Clerk II
Hire a Clerk II to provide
Position for clerical support to Distance
Hire a Distance Education
Program Assistant.
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Create and fill a new staff
position.
Staff position filled
Distance Education
Program Assistant
position does not
exist at this time.
Create and fill a new staff
position.
Staff position filled.
Clerk II position in
Distance Education
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Technical Coordinator. The
Technical Coordinator is
responsible for the planning,
design, and daily support for
the Distance Education
Network (DEN) under the
supervision of the Director,
Instructional Support
Services. (2) The position
can be funded by moving
19,685 from the AVP,
Instructional Resources and
Technology Classified Staff
FT Pool and $12,123 from the
Distance Education/Online
Supplies Pool to create the
full time Distance Education
Technical Coordinator
position.
(1) Advertise, interview and
hire a Distance Education
Program Assistant. The
Program Assistant will
provide additional program
support needed due to
increased student enrollment,
the number of faculty
teaching distance education
courses, and the expansion of
Distance Education
programs. (2) The position
can be funded by moving
$22,904 from the Distance
Education/Online Supplies
Pool to create the full time
Program Assistant position.
(1) Advertise, interview and
hire a Clerk II. The Clerk II
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 29
Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Distance
Education
Education Programs.
Measure
Standard
306
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Distance Education On
Line
Program
Assistant
for DE
Holographic
Program
Position
Hire a part time Program
Assistant to support the
Distance Education
Holographic Program.
Create and fill a new staff
position.
Staff position filled.
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1
Distance Education On 5.1
Line
Lab
Assistant
for DE
Holographic
Program
Position
Hire a part time Lab Assistant Create and fill a new staff
to support the Distance
position.
Education Holographic
Program.
Staff position filled.
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Strategies
does not exist at this will provide clerical support
to students, faculty and the
time.
Distance Education staff.
Distance Education currently
consists of seven programs:
Dual Credit, Instructional
Television, Video
Conferencing, Online, the
Virtual college of Texas
(VCT) Program, the ORION
Project, and Project SAIL.
Distance Education supports
80 faculty and 7,500 student
enrollments annually. (2) The
position can be funded by
moving $8,006 from the
Instructional Support Services
Classified Staff PT Pool and
$8,890 from the Distance
Education/Online Supplies
Pool to create the full time
Clerk II position.
Program Assistant
Advertise, interview and hire
for the DE
a Distance Education
Holographic
Program Assistant to provide
Program position
support to the new
does not exist at this Holographic program. The
time.
Program Assistant will
recruit, train and provide
ongoing faculty support to the
new Holographic program.
Lab Assistant for the Advertise, interview and hire
DE Holographic
a Distance Education Lab
Program position
Assistant to provide support
does not exist at this to the new Holographic
time.
program. The Lab Assistant
will work with the Program
Assistant to recruit, train and
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 29
Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 9
Director, Instructional Support Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
308
11000-52113
1
Distance Education On 7.1
Line
301
11000-52135
1
Instructional TV
2.1
Plan
Name
Virtual
College of
Texas
(VCT)
Program
Funding
Increase
ITV
Student
Enrollment
Objective
Measure
Receive funding to reimburse
faculty contact hours to
Virtual College of Texas
(VCT) providers of distance
education courses for EPCC
students.
Increase student enrollment in
Distance Education
Instructional Television (ITV)
classes.
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Secure funding to reimburse
faculty contact hours to
provider colleges.
Standard
Funding received.
Increased student enrollment 5% increase in
enrollment from
in Distance Education
Instructional Television (ITV) previous semester.
classes.
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Strategies
provide ongoing faculty
support to the new
Holographic program.
Funding provided by Funding will allow more
Distance
students to enroll in distance
Education/Online
education courses not
Supplies Pool.
available at EPCC.
Spring 2005: 471
student enrollments
(1) Advertise and promote:
student newspaper, handouts
and posters, promotional
events for students and
faculty, community and high
school visits. (2) Recruit
faculty, train faculty, develop
classes, and schedule classes.
(3) Four ITV classes have
been added to the Summer
2005 schedule. (4) Promote
increased Dual Credit student
enrollment in ITV classes.
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Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 8
Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Technology Officer
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
290
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Information Technology 6.1
Disaster
Recovery
Disaster Recovery Remote
Site. SAN (Storage Area
Network) Technology
EPCC off-site hardware and
software secondary solution
for minimal downtime during
a disaster. The data of all
Alpha servers and
Administrative servers will
reside in one repository area.
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Information Technology 6.1
Software for automating the
assignment of classrooms,
meeting rooms throughout the
district.
Network and automate
Provide the necessary
functionality to eliminate the the process of room
assignments.
manual process of assigning
semester classrooms, labs and
meeting rooms.
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1
Information Technology 6.1
Automated
Software
for
Classroom
Assignment
s
Enterprise
Schedular
for Banner
Utilities and software for
automating and simplifying
banner application process.
Provide the necessary
functionality to eliminate the
manual processing associated
with job submission.
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11000-75005
1
Information Technology 6.1
Help Desk
Help Desk Software
Accommodation for district in Establish advanced
technology within the
the Help Desk Area.
Help Desk.
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Information Technology 6.1
Power UPS
for
Intermediat
e & Main
Distribution
Facilities
Incorporating UPS Systems to
each individual IDFs and
MDFs to prevent downtime
due to power failure in the
main line. UPS will also
provide protection for
brownouts and spikes.
The district currently does not
count with UPS system in
every distribution facility
where networking equipment
is located without any power
protection.
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Establish remote
locations with
redundant capabilities.
Back-ups and
administrative job
submission can be
easily scheduled.
Recovery of data, in
case of disaster will be
simplified.
Manage delivery of
application output and
help coordinate the
processing of
applications.
Networking equipment
protected by UPS
systems will warranty
power protection and
uninterruptible power
supply to these systems
which in turn will
provide uninterruptible
network services and
will be better protected
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Baseline
Strategies
EPCC is vendor
dependent on
hardware and
software
replacement. Each
server and Alpha
server at EPCC is
currently backed-up
individually.
1) IT Research with various
vendors in order to design
best solution for EPCC 2) IT
will coordinate and evaluate,
through Mock Tests 3) Site
for disaster will need to be
established and configured to
meet equipment needs 4)
Required equipment and
software will be purchased
and installed
Manual assignments Purchase software, implement
done at the various and training.
campuses througout
the district.
Schedular will
remove a heavy
workload from each
end user throughout
the district. Manual
process will be
automated.
EPCC is vendor
dependent on
hardware and
software equipment.
Purchase software and
implement
Pruchase software and
implement.
A plan of action will be in
place to systematically install
batch at UPS systems in
specific communication
closets according to a
predetermined schedule.
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Information Technology
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 8
Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Technology Officer
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
294
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1
Information Technology 7.1
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Information Technology 6.1
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1
Information Technology 6.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
against connected IOS
& hardware failure due
to power problems.
Power UPS Incorporating UPS Systems to The district currently does not Networking equipment
for
each individual IDFs and
protected by UPS
count with UPS system in
Intermediat MDFs to prevent downtime
systems will warranty
every distribution facility
e & Main
due to power failure in the
where networking equipment power protection and
Distribution main line. UPS will also
is located without any power uninterruptible power
Facilities provide protection for
supply to these systems
protection.
brownouts and spikes.
which in turn will
provide uninterruptible
network services and
will be better protected
against connected IOS
& hardware failure due
to power problems.
Top of
To provide Gigabit
Once uplinks from IDF
Currently end users are
Stack
connectivity between
connecting at 100 Mbps to the to MDFs upgrade to
Switches to communication closets (IDF access switches and the
gigabit speeds the
Provide
to MDF). To support higher uplinks from IDFs to the main problem of
Gigabit
throughout and avoid
bottlenecking will be
distribution facilities are the
Uplinks
bottlenecks.
substantially minimized.
same speed (100 Mbps)
from IDF to
proposing a potential
MDF
bottleneck.
Upgrade of
College
District
Phone
System
Upgrade of Avaya Difinity
G3 phone system
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A plan of action will be in
place to systematically install
batch at UPS systems in
specific communication
closets according to a
predetermined schedule.
Given the current budgets
Networking count on, packs
of 5 to 10 switches will be
purchased, configured and
deployed to district locations
accordingly to a
predetermined schedule.
Quanity: 60 Estimated Cost:
$7,000 per unit.
New platform will allow Current G3 platform Purchase software/hardware
has reached end-of- and implement.
for converged
application integration. life-cycle. VV
campus has reached
Increase trunking
trunking capacity.
capacity for future
growth.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Associate Vice President, Budget and Financial Services
Plan
No.
36
Budget
Acct
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Priority
1
Area
AVP Budget &
Financial Services
EPCC
Goal
8.1
Plan
Name
CAFR online.
Objective
Measure
Place Comprehensive Annual The CAFR is available for
Financial Report (CAFR) on review by the public at large.
College Web Page.
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The public at large is
informed of the College
financial position thru
the CAFR.
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Baseline
CAFR is currently
available to selected
recipients or upon
request by interested
parties of the office
of the AVP of
Budget & Financial
Services.
Strategies
The AVP for Budget &
Financial Services will
contact the Web administrator
for the assistance in placing
the CAFR report in the
appropriate area of the
College Web Page.
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(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Associate Vice President, Marketing and External Affairs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
14
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AVP Marketing
8.1
Marketing
15
11000-14001
2
AVP Marketing
2.1
Marketing
16
11000-14001
2
AVP Marketing
2.1
17
11000-14001
2
AVP Marketing
2.1
18
11000-51010
1
Publications
8.1
Objective
Measure
Promote the college as the
fastest growing community
college in the nation.
Standard
Enrollment statistics
Increase community
awareness of EPCC growth in and year-to-year
enrollment and its continuing comparison.
efforts to provide access and
opportunities to all students.
Promote the college as the
Increase community
best place to start for transfer awareness of EPCC as being
and associate degrees.
the best option to start college
in terms of affordability and
career choices.
Marketing Promote dual credit among
Increase awareness of the
area high schools.
opportunity to earn up to 24
credit hours while still
attending high school.
Increase awareness of EPCC
Marketing Promote the college as the
as the best place to continue
best place to continue.
for continuing education and
workforce development.
Publications To become the central point Will compare last year's
of printing (will allow us to
Budget
printing versus new year's
2005-2006 make sure publication
printing using the commodity
standards are followed and
report and our printing logs.
provide the District with
competitive pricing).
Enrollment statistics
and year-to-year
comparison.
Baseline
Continuous.
Continuous.
Year-to-year enrollment Ongoing.
comparison.
Enrollment statistics.
Strategies
Highlight EPCC growth
through all means of media
advertising and publications
including radio, TV,
billboard, cinema, newspaper,
magazines and newsletters
internally and externally.
Create ads and commercials
directly related to what makes
EPCC the best place to start.
Target marketing at different
sides of town and
neighborhoods.
Create campaign proposals
for departments on an
individual basis and as
requested.
Increase in printing, Continue to build client base
Would like to capture
but still need to
70-85% of in-house
by making personal contact
with the rest of printing create more
with departments, workshops,
awareness of the
being completed inand networking.
dept.
house, i.e., ISC's,
deparmental copiers.
Record-keeping of orders and
cross-referencing with
Purchasing on any other
printing being requested by
the College.
Ongoing.
Continue working with
committees to ensure effective
printed materials.
Working with Purchasing for
better bid/contract options.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 7
Associate Vice President, Marketing and External Affairs
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
19
11000-51012
1
Publications Outsourcing
7.1
Publications To help track commodities,
invoices and reimbursements.
Outsourcing
Budget
2005-2006
This account is set up for
printing Pos, supplies
associated with printing and
applied charges only. It was
put into place to more
effectively account for
expenditures.
To track 100% of the
expenditures associated
with printing costs as
outsourced by the
Publications department.
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11000-62002
1
Catalogs & Schedules
7.1
Publications To help track expenditures for
- Catalogs the catalog and schedules.
&
Schedules
Budget
2005-2006
This account is set up for
printing Pos associated with
the production and
distribution of schedules and
catalogs.
To track 100% of the
expenditures associated
with printing costs
associated with printing
the catalog, schedules
and distribution of CE
schedules by the
Publications department.
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Strategies
Keep staff updated with new
techniques and software; keep
equipment/software updated.
Have this account in Cross-reference expenditure
place; has been
report with PO's and banner
useful in tracking
information.
commodities and
invoices.
Regularly provide Purchasing
with a commodity report that
is cross-referenced with their
figures.
This account has
Cross-reference expenditure
been useful in
report with PO's and banner
tracking invoices
information.
and printing costs.
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No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Comptroller
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
21
11000-73200
1
Comptroller
7.1
22
11000-73206
1
Accounting Services
7.1
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Bank
Beginning September 1,
Services
2005, EPCC will have a new
Refinement depository contract in place.
Closely monitor service fees,
arrangements with the bank
to assure a smooth transition
to the new depository contract.
Accounting Establish a web page for the
Services
Accounting Services area to
Web page
begin referencing commonly
used forms, reference college
procedures, and instructions
for accessing Accounting
Services commonly asked
information.
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Standard
Baseline
Strategies
Current depository
College is billed according to Bank and College
new depository contract terms operating according to contract expires on
new depository contract. August 31, 2005.
and conditions, and
information is flowing
smoothly.
Continuously review bank
invoices and information to
compare to expectations as
detailed in contract.
There is a currently
no Accounting
Services web page.
Contact IT and submit a
request for the web site and
present a preliminary list of
items to be included.
Web page has been created.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Budget
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
23
11000-73100
1
Implementation of
Position Control
Module
24
11000-73100
2
Implementation of
Position Control
Module
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
5.2
Hire fulltime
employee
Objective
Measure
Standard
Hire a full-time employee to Full-time employee is hired
help prepare various budget
and trained.
and expenditure reports and
provide research and analysis.
Supply
To provide better customer
additional
service.
information
on the
budget web
site
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
After the employee
completes the initial
training and hands-on
experience, we
anticipate a faster
turnaround in
generating various laborintensive reports and
budget processes during
fiscal year 2005-06.
Customer will use the web site Improve customer
service.
instead of contacting the
Budget Office.
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Baseline
Strategies
Due to increase in
workload.
Interview qualified candidates
and provide proper training.
To increase
customer service.
To provide information and
forms for the Budget Office
on the web site.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 2
Director, Foundation and Diversity
Plan
No.
12
13
Budget
Acct
11000-11103
11000-52500
Priority
1
1
Area
Foundation
Director Diversity
Programs
EPCC
Goal
1.1
8.1
Plan
Name
Campaign
3, Support
for
National
Donors
Diversity
Programs Heritage
Awareness
Objective
Measure
Increase donor base from a
local to a state or national
level.
Identification of extended
donor base and the number of
potential donors at the end of
the year.
To provide at least one major Identify the number of
cultural activity to the EPCC attendees.
family and to the El Paso
community, promoting the
importance of diversity in at
least 2 campuses.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Standard
rptIEPlan0506
Baseline
Currently have a 2
Identification of
potential donors outside year data base of
the El Paso Community. potential and
completed donors
that have given for
scholarships.
To identify the number
of participants through
an evaluation process.
Strategies
Identification of outside
resources and listing of
potential
grants.
Continue to develop
literature or marketing
materials for donors.
Currently offer
Develop marketing of event to
activity only at Valle all campuses through fliers,
Verde.
internal technological
methods.
Continue the
use of evaluation forms that
will be completed by
participants.
1/25/2007
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Human Resources Development
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
356
11000-52149
1
Director Human
Resource Development
"Student
Facilitate 16, two hour
Confidentia sessions for approximately
lity Rights" 800 employees on "Student
Confidentiality Rights".
90 percent of employees Not offered before.
Sixteen, 2 hour sessions for
approximately 800 employees. to be completed by or
before March 1, 2006.
357
11000-52149
2
8.3
Director Human
Resource Development
Not offered for
external training.
11000-52149
4
Director Human
Resource Development
Record 100 percent of the
data submitted by department
heads, supervisors and
employees.
Upon departmental request or
40 employees.
100 percent of the data
submitted by or before
March 1, 2006.
358
Employee
Training
Tracking
System
Advanced
Connections
40 employees by or
before March 1, 2006.
40 employees.
359
11000-52149
5
Director Human
Resource Development
"Appreciati Facilitate two "Appreciative
ve Inquiry" Inquiry," sessions to obtain
certification.
40 employees.
40 employees by or
before July 31, 2005.
Not offered before.
360
11000-52149
6
Director Human
Resource Development
"Work
teams and
The Wizard
of Oz"
Facilitate six, 3 hour sessions 120 employees.
of "Work teams and The
Wizard of Oz to professional
and classified staff.
120 employees by or
before March 1, 2006.
Never been offered
before.
361
11000-52149
6
Director Human
Resource Development
06 Staff
Retreat
Provide the leadership and
guidance to develop, plan,
and organize an annual staff
retreat for approximately 60
professional and classified
staff employees.
90 percent positive
feedback from
participants.
Track internal and external
training for all professional
and classified staff.
Facilitate three, 6 hour
sessions of "Advanced
Connections," to professional
and classified staff.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Feed back from facilitators.
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Strategies
1. Develop a training date
schedule. 2. Announce the
sessions via email. 3.
Coordinate with media and
conference room availability.
4. Facilitate sessions.
Notify department heads,
supervisors and employees to
submit internal and external
training attended.
1. Develop a training date
schedule. 2. Announce the
sessions via email. 3.
Coordinate with media and
conference room availability.
4. Facilitate sessions.
1. Develop a training date
schedule. 2. Announce the
sessions via email. 3.
Coordinate with media and
conferece room availability.
4. Facilitate sessions.
1. Develop a training date
schedule. 2. Announce the
sessions via email. 3.
Coordinate with medai and
conference room availability.
4. Facilitate sessions.
1. Meet with facilitators
August 2005 to develop a
preliminary plan. 2.
Coordination and
collaboration with staff retreat
facilitation team to develop
interactive program. 4. Meet
with facilitation team to select
50 participants. 5. Conduct
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 6
Director, Human Resources Development
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
Baseline
Strategies
offsite training for facilitation
team on program to be
presented at retreat. 6. Meet
with staff retreat participants
to orient and answer
questions. 7. Kick off retreat
at offsite location.
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Director, International Education
Plan
No.
34
Budget
Acct
11000-42801
Priority
1
Area
International Program
EPCC
Goal
1.4
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Programs
To develop and implement
with
programs with Mexican
Mexican
Agency/Institution.
Agency/Inst
itution
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Standard
Courses available to Mexican
students on/or off-campus.
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Will be set by number
of courses available to
Mexican
Institutes/Students.
1/25/2007
Baseline
Development of
courses that can be
offer to Mexican
Institutes/Students.
Strategies
Increase marketing with
funding source.
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No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 3
Director, Personnel Services
Plan
No.
Budget
Acct
Priority
Area
EPCC
Goal
Plan
Name
Objective
Measure
Standard
31
11000-74000
1
Personnel Services
7.2
Archive
Personnel
Records
Copy Back-log of paper files
of separated employees to
micro-fiche and destroy paper
documents.
Back-log of paper personnel
records have been copied to
micro-fiche, copies have been
review for completeness and
paper records destroyed.
32
11000-74000
1
Personnel Services
7.2
Automate
Personnel
Records
Files
System
Convert Personnel Records
filing to a Computerized
accountability system.
Personnel Files will be
converted from manual
accountability to
computerized tracking and
retrieval.
33
11000-74000
1
Personnel Services
7.2
Web based
paper-less
employment
application
Convert 95% of submitted
applications for employment
to Web based paperless
applications.
Only 5% of applications are
received in paper form
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
rptIEPlan0506
Baseline
143 boxes of
Personnel records
plus 8 file drawers of
paper records
(approx 317,700
documents) will
remain in paper
form.
All Personnel Files will 3000 -4000 manual
records requiring
be converted to
manual
computerized folder
recognition and tracking. accountability,
storage and retrieval.
100% of separated
employee records in
storage are completed
and destroyed.
95% of applications
received are via a Web
based electronic
application.
1/25/2007
Strategies
Contract micro-fiche service
to prepare paper records and
film documents.
Purchase of Kardex Lektriver
automated filing system and
contract service to convert
current Personnel Records to
computer recognition storage
and retrieval.
All application
Purchase a service to
materials are
construct a Web based
submitted in paper
electronic application that
form requiring
will transfer required data to
manual handling and our Enterprise Application
data entry into our
Tracking System (EATS).
Enterprise
Application
Tracking System
(EATS)
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2005-2006 INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
No. of Plans per Executive Area
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 25
Executive Assistant to the President
No. of Plans per Budget Head
(Duplicated if addressing 2 or more Goals): 1
Director, Purchasing
Plan
No.
35
Budget
Acct
11000-77000
Priority
1
Area
Director Purchasing
EPCC
Goal
7.1
Plan
Name
Increase
Efficiency
in
Competitive
Objective
Measure
All logistical and clerical
steps of the competitive
solicitation processes will be
handled by the position of bid
specialist
Solicitation
Processes
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Standard
On going throughout
Tracking of bid calendar
ensuring bids are processed in the fiscal year
a timely fashion. Conduct
periodic audits of bid files
utilizing bid check list, to
ensure required
documentation is properly
maintained
rptIEPlan0506
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Baseline
Currently the bid
functions are done
by four different
areas
Strategies
Hire & train a bid specialist to
meet all logistical and clerical
requirements of the
competitive solicitation
process
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