ADVANCING STUDENT ACCESS, EQUITY, AND SUCCESS
A.1 – 1. Attain resource parity for BCC to maintain student access and success.
A.1 – 2. Implement best practices from the basic skills inventory and other research in order to support the whole student from point of entry to goal completion across the curriculum.
A.2 – 3. Begin two student success projects cosponsored by instruction and student services.
A.1 – 4. Implement strategies to achieve goals of increasing the number of students in developmental math and English who receive an AA/AS or transfer by 2% and increase the number of students who complete a course at least one level higher by 3%.
A.2 – 5. Pilot and assess innovative practices for at risk students in the PACE and EOPS learning communities.
A.3 – 6. Complete and document assessment cycles for program, institutional, and course outcomes in all core courses and for all core services.
A.3 – 7. Implement and apply assessment plans for the improvement of learning outcomes for courses, programs, general education courses, and services.
C.3 – 8. Pilot specific activities to create learning networks across instructional and support programs through Title III and BSI.
A.1 – 9. Support academic programs related to transfer mission.
ENGAGING OUR COMMUNITIES AND PARTNERS
B.1 – 1. Continue partnership with Berkeley’s Vision 20-20 aligning to basic skills initiatives.
B.1 – 2. Represent the College in the cities of Berkeley, Emeryville, and Albany.
B.1 – 3. Meet twice per year with industry advisory committees for BCC’s CTE programs.
B.1 – 4. Host and co-sponsor community activities to showcase BCC’s programs and services.
BUILDING PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION
D.3 1. Expand distance learning course offerings to ensure a full general education component is offered each year, along with the degrees approved for online instruction.
C.4 2. Implement service learning as a component in the social sciences.
CREATING A CULTURE OF INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION
C.5 1. Work with district to complete Technology Plan.
C.2 2. Work with district as representative on Career and Technical Education Coordinating Council.
DEVELOPING RESOURCES TO ADVANCE AND SUSTAIN PERALTA’S AND BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE’S MISSIONS
E.4 1. Expand contract education to include relationships with area high schools.
E.4 2. Leverage alternate funding projects to advance the college mission.
E.1 3. Meet resident FTES enrollment targets set by the district office.
E.2 4. Work with district to develop a timeline for implementing the resource parity plan for BCC that begins in 2010-2011 including hiring of full-time faculty and staff.
E.4 5. Host fundraising events.