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Introductory Comments Lee D. Lambert, J.D., Chancellor Mission: PCC is an open-admissions institution providing affordable, comprehensive educational opportunities that support student success and meet the diverse needs of its students and community. Core Themes: Access Student
Success Teaching and Program Excellence Student Services Community Engagement
Institutional Effectiveness Diversity, Inclusion and Global Education Charting Pimas Future Three central priorities for PCC for the next three years
We need your input Charting Pimas Future Focus on the wildly important Act on leading measures Keep a compelling scorecard Create a cadence of accountability There will always be more good ideas than there is capacity to execute.
From The 4 Disciplines of Execution, McChesney, Covey and Huling, 2012 (Free Press) Charting Pimas Future What are the wildly important priorities for PCC that enable us to meet community need and progress on the vision of the College? Vision: PCC will be a premier community college committed to providing educational pathways that ensure student success and
enhance the academic, economic and cultural vitality of our students and diverse community. Overview of the Education Master Plan Kate Schmidt, Director of Provost Office and College Initiatives (Acting) Simone Gers, Instructional Faculty in Writing, Reading and Literature Why? To Align Academic, Physical, Fiscal, and
Community Vision To Position PCC for a Strong Future How Task Accomplished? RFP (Request for Proposal/Procurement) Consultants Led Process Educational Master Plan Committee
Data Gathering Process Research Data Input Outcome Educational Master Plan 2015-2025 53 Recommendations
Feedback on Recommendations Internal Students Community How was feedback used? Executive Leadership Team (ELT) Crosschecked Recommendations
Against Current Initiatives Many Recommendations = Activities Already In Progress ELT Prioritized Feedback Program Quality, Relevance, & Sustainability Pathways to Student Success Centers for Excellence Outreach Centers
Created a Broad Timeline Whats next? Governing Board Approval Priorities Timeline Action Plan Ensure the Facilities Master Plan Supports EMP
Overview of the Facilities Master Plan Michael Smith, Fiscal Analyst, Fiscal and Management Operations, Facilities Facilities Master Plan Overview What is a Facilities Master Plan? a) A Master Plan is a collection of recommendations to help align the academic, spatial,
fiscal, and physical vision for PCC. b) It is an opportunity-based document which identifies both short- and long-term strategies designed to help position PCC for a strong future. c) The Master Plan will serve as the Colleges blueprint and 2025 vision of academic programs and support services. d) The framework for creating the Facilities Master Plan includes the accepted precepts and goals outlined in the Strategic Plan 2014-2017, strong collaboration among internal and
external constituents and alignment with the Educational Master Plan. Why did the college hire consultants to perform a Facilities Master Plan? In 2013-14, PCC engaged in more than eight months of data collection, analysis and deliberation by internal and external constituents focused on the direction of the College. These collective efforts yielded the Strategic Plan 2014-2017. One focus of the strategic planning process was the guiding principle that PCC must offer programs and services that give our students the opportunity to achieve the American Dream. To this end, the necessity of an Educational and Facilities Master Plan comes with the realization
that the College has significantly evolved in terms of academic programs, facilities, enrollment, and organizational structure. To fully align with the needs of the community and the global preeminence, undergoing this master planning is essential as the College moves toward 2025. Who are the consultants? Established in Detroit in 1853 by architect Sheldon Smith, SmithGroupJJR, along with Luckett and Farley, is the longest continually operating architecture and engineering firm in the United States. Paulien has focused on academic and facilities-related studies for higher education for over 37
years. The firms planning projects have included more than 700 college and university campuses in 49 states, the District of Columbia, and nine foreign countries. These teams have experience in planning higher education facilities and evaluating complex interrelationships among College academic programs, and the infrastructure which will support them. What are the consultants looking at? College tasked consultants to: Complete a review of the Mission and Vision of the college Review and incorporate the PCC Strategic Plan
Understand and take into account the relationship of the College to the surrounding communities, and other higher education institutions Assess the full range of academic and programmatic needs (EMP) Perform a functional and physical analysis and develop related planning Solution Development and Evaluation Feasibility Study Facilities Master Plan document Critical that Educational and Facilities Master Plans are aligned What does the College get out of it?
Educational Master Plan recommendations related to:
Economic overview and program analysis Certificate analysis Degree analysis GIS census and student enrollment data analysis
Strategic campus framework plan Occupational demand and program development Academic / career pathways Active learning and engagement strategies Program and service review Review of PCC strategic plans Community and industry engagement / partnerships Workforce and business development Career and technical development Middle college and high school partnerships
What does the College get out of it? Facilities Master Plan recommendations related to:
Physical site and building analysis Building space use analysis Future academic program needs College infrastructure needs Safety and security needs
Access and camera improvements Deferred maintenance Cost estimates Real estate opportunities Leasing opportunities Finance / Budget models Timelines Request For Proposals (RFP) completed at the end of 2014. Work began for the consultants beginning of 2015.
PCC Governing Board Study Session Presentations November 2015
February 2016 May 2016 August 2016 March 20th 2017 4:00pm, District Office, Room C105 Community Forum November 2016
TBD PCC Review Process (March and April 2017) All College Council Strategic Planning Team
Faculty Senate Staff Council PCC Governing Board Approval May July 2017 Introduction to the Mornings Activities Nic Richmond, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness
Round Table Discussions Report Out from the Discussion Groups Nic Richmond, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness Thank you! Nic Richmond, Ph.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor of Institutional Research,
Planning and Effectiveness Coordinators Gayle Bell Katy Hernandez Margie Torres Michelle Henry Yolanda Gonzales Facilitators
Amanda Abens Brian Miller Bruce Moses Carin Rubenstein Daisy Rodriquez Pitel Del Dawley Gregg Busch Jacquie Allen James Craig Kate Schmidt
Karrie Mitchell Lamata Mitchell Ana Unda Michael Peel Ted Roush Tim Cruz Libby Howell Maria Vasilieva Ozlem Kacira
Joe Erker PCC College Events Christy Camargo Chris Mayer Ray Woyak PCC TV Gloria Helin Moore Conrad Mendez
Glenn Holland Media Production & Publications Matt Chevreaux Josh Lamorequx Brian LeBrun Shannon McBride-Olson Bryce Morthland Kieron Walsh
Marketing & Communications Dina Doolen Paul Schwalbach Libby Howell Lisa Brosky Institutional Research, Planning & Effectiveness Del Dawley Joe Erker
Michelle Henry Ozlem Kacira David Purkiss Ana Unda Maria Vasilieva Strategic Planning Team Alan Storm Amanda Abens Bruce Moses
Carlo Buscemi David Purkiss Donna Baker Gaberial Nyrkkanen Ian Roark Jaime Calvao Joseph Gaw Joyce Jaden
Laurie KiersteadJoseph Mark Backes Metta Lou Henderson Michael Parker Michael Tulino Michelle Henry Robert Medler Rosa Morales Samantha
Boettcher Simone Gers Taliesin Sutton Timothy Cruz Thank you for being here today Thank you to all of the community members, employees and students who attended a key performance indicator (KPI) session during this academic year
Thank you to the Chancellor's Office for sponsoring the event Closing Comments Lee D. Lambert, J.D., Chancellor
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