A mission-driven focus to promote success and self-reliance for students, and foster economic development for our region.
Utilizing the 2019-2020 academic year as the baseline, the College will increase number of graduates (credit) and industry-based credentials (CE) by 20% each year over the next 2 years.
Two weeks prior to the start of the fall term and at momentum loss points throughout the term, 100% of registered students will receive communication from the College regarding their performance as well as information related to programs/services available.
Increase the percentage of students successfully completing the fall semester with a grade of A, B, or C by 5% (or maintain 79% pass rate)
By June 30, 2022, 100% of prescribed technology applications, data warehousing, and technology infrastructure will be implemented to support instruction and college services.
By the end of the fall term, 20% of fall students in an applied or non-registered accepted status(credit-based workforce programs) will enroll in and successfully complete a Continuing Education-based workforce program.
By October 1, 2021, create an institution-wide diversity team whose goals are to ensure:
- that faculty/staff are aware of and appreciative of the differences that make up our college;
- that equitable outcomes are achieved for all students.
Increase payroll funding by a minimum of $200,000 each year over the next two years (to include full-time and part-time college employee, merit and equity adjustments)
By December 31, 2022, reduce the College’s operating costs by 5% through efficiency
Increase fall enrollment by 5% in credit-based programs
By June 30, 2022, generate +$200k through private/grant funding and county/state support
By June 30, 2022, generate revenue at least 10% greater than expense in Continuing Education