PLANNING COUNCIL ORIENTATION September 9, 2015 Bergengren Hall 110, Room 112 2:00 – 4:00 pm PRESENT Members and Co-Chairs Austin Albro, Dan Biferie, Veronica Black, Gabi Booth, Trevor Burns, Charles Carrier, Andrew Chalanick, Linda Cupick, Shana Deyo, Nancy Duke, Ron Eaglin, Fatima Gilbert, Michi Gosney, Terrie Greenbaum, Kim Grippa, Melinda Hamilton, Christina Hastie, Lisa Herbster, LaKisha Holmes, Lori Lemoine, Lee Kenyon, Clarence McCloud, Frank Mercer, Karla Moore, Nancy Morgan, Aileen Morrissey, Bahman Motlagh, Shannon Murdock, Brittany Nikolow, Anindya Paul, Doug Peterson, Mary Rhodes, Geraldine Rimstidt, Amy Ringue, Evan Rivers, Valerie Schimenti, Lisa Severson, Brian Smith, Katherine Thurott, Richard Vollaro, Dustin Weeks, Laurie White, Charlotte Wright I. Welcome Nancy Morgan welcomed everyone, and reviewed the agenda and notebooks. II. Executive Staff Update Dick Pastor provided a Senior Executive Staff update. He spoke of daily communications between executive staff and assignments, ERP, performance funding, board agenda, enrollment, DirectConnect to UCF, and upcoming job fairs. III. Core Performance Indicators Susan Antillon presented a summary of the Core Performance Indicators, including FTIC graduation/retention/transfer rates, completion/continuing education rates, job placement and wages. She noted the information is available on the Institutional Research website. The Indicators help identify key issues for the college and are the results of the planning process. IV. Retention and Success Strategies Nancy Morgan reviewed the Performance Improvement Plan submitted to the state. Items in the plan include job/career fairs, FasTrack jobs program, degree audits as part of registration, OnTime 2 and OnTime 3 completion plans, mandatory student success course, individual plans for career transition, and expanded work experience opportunities. V. Committee Reports Teaching and Learning Committee – Kim Grippa / Evan Rivers The Teaching and Learning Committee presented an update on Academic Integrity, which included an explanation of the process and a draft of the violation form. Planning Council September 9, 2015 Page 2 VI. President’s Cabinet Update Shannon Murdock provided a review of the items discussed at the September Cabinet meeting, including tuition decrease which prompted a call from the governor to the college President, performance funding, by-laws, F grades, nursing accreditation, and CEA student award earnings. VII. Challenges Dustin Weeks briefly reviewed the Planning Council’s work from last year and the challenges this year’s Planning Council will be addressing. VIII. Announcements Valerie Schimenti announced the Falcons in Action program is seeking mentors. IX. Conclusion and Adjournment Nancy Morgan reviewed the agenda for the next meeting on October 14 in the Library (Bldg. 210), Room 209. The meeting adjourned at 3:53 p.m.