STATE OF THE DISTRICT Frank Gornick, Chancellor August 16, 2013 West Hills College Lemoore Capital Investments Welcome to the Fall 2013 Semester! Capital Investments New Hires Spring and Summer 2013 New Hires/Changes in Assignment – WHC Coalinga • • • • • • • David Castillo, Interim Director of Farm of the Future Jay Darnell, Food Service Manager/Cook Pedro Garcia, Equipment and Event Coordinator Capital Investments Kerri Hesseltine, Secretary Sylvia Leyva, Student Services Assistant Sandy McGlothlin, Interim Vice President of Student Services Stefan McGovern, Interim Baseball Coach/Instructor New Hires/Changes in Assignment – WHC Lemoore • • • • • • • • Hope Canales, Custodian Dave Gejeian, GED Prep Instructor Rita Herghelian, Advising Specialist Samantha MacFarlane, Administrative Assistant Lauro Macias, Custodian Andre Robinson, Custodian Debbie Rose, Senior Secretary Hollie Valdiviez, Secretary Capital Investments New Hires/Changes in Assignment – Off Campus Sites & District Office Maria Battisti, Accounting Services Technician Becky Cazares, Director of Human Resources Joy Cowden, Coordinator of Special Grants Capital Investments Rozanne Hernandez, Interim Coordinator of Special Grants Adriana Ochoa, Administrative Assistant Robert Pimentel, Director of C6 Project Gabe Riofrio, Student Help Desk Coordinator Ken Stoppenbrink, Deputy Chancellor Robin Uribe, Accounting Services Technician Stu Van Horn, Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Workforce Development • Tammy Weatherman, Associate Vice Chancellor of Business Services • Anita Wright, Interim Director of Grants • • • • • • • • • • Retirees • • • • • Truc Nguyen – April 30, 2013 Adrienne Simas – May 3, 2013 Jeff Jeffery – May 25, 2013 Linda Jacobus – June 1, 2013 Glenda Oliver – August 14, 2013 Upcoming… • Cherie Mitchell – January 2, 2014 Capital Investments Capital Investments Achievements and Milestones • Brian Abela, Chemistry Instructor at WHC Lemoore, became the father of a baby girl in February. Capital Investments • Derek Lopez, WHC Lemoore Women’s Head Soccer Coach and part time DSPS Counselor, and his wife, Barbara, had a baby girl named Gianna Lopez. • Tiffani McGee, Counselor at WHC Lemoore, got married…she is now Tiffani Gonzalez….and she and her husband are now expecting their first child. • Amanda Stone, Financial Aid Assistant at WHC Lemoore, received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development from CSU East Bay. • Oscar Villarreal, Math and Science Outreach Specialist at WHC Lemoore, received his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Cal Poly. Capital Investments West Hills Community College District Mission, Vision, and Goals Background and History • The current mission, vision, and goals for the West Hills Community College District were approved by the Board of Trustees on February 15, 2011. The goals were developed as part of the District’s Strategic Plan. • In April 2013, the Board of Trustees participated in a conference on the Role of Capital Trustees and Investments CEOs on the Goal of Student Success. At that conference, the WHCCD Board decided to make a change with regard to student success. • The new faculty contract is reflective of our intent to have a more focused response to student success. • We have adopted changes with regard to our priority registration process and this has been recognized by the State Chancellor’s Office, which has also implemented the Student Success Initiative of 2012. • We introduced the topic of a revised statement of the District’s mission, vision, and goals at the Board meeting in June 2013. Proposed changes were subsequently discussed at Chancellor’s Executive Cabinet meetings in July and August. • The proposed changes will run through our governance process and will be reflected in a new Board Policy with regard to the District’s mission. Proposed Mission and Vision Vision Mission A trusted steward, tThe West Hills Community College District, a trusted Capital Investments steward, actively engages, encourages, enriches and empowers students, faculty, staff, and the communities served to reach their full potential academically, socially, and economically. Mission Vision The mission of the West Hills Community College District is to enhance student learning and enrich the lives of the populations we serve. The relentless pursuit of student success. Proposed Goals Goals The West Hills Community College District has, essentially, five goals to meet or exceed college and statewide indicators inCapital college Investments success and achievement: Goal 1 - West Hills Community College District will maintain its Achieve student success indicators above the California Community College statewide average, placing emphasis on basic skills and goal attainment. Goal 2 - West Hills Community College District will mMeet or exceed FTES and efficiency targets and will remain preeminent by strengthening its financial position. Goal 3 - West Hills Community College District will increase Meet or exceed service area adult and high school graduates participation rates and maintain them above the California Community College statewide average. Proposed Goals (continued…) Goal 4 - West Hills Community College District Distance Education will Through the use of technology, increase access to educational programs and services that focus on contribute to student success and strengthening the economic, social, and cultural life of its our diverse community Capital Investments communities. Goal 5 - West Hills Community College District will iIncrease and coordinate Workforce and Economic Development activities that are designed to meet the needs of employers and improve student employment and success in Career Technical Education programs. Capital Investments WHCCD Setting the Trend in Enrollment Trends More Full-Time Students District Unduplicated Headcount of Full- and Part-Time Students, One Week Prior to Term Start Full-Time (12+ Units) 5659 6000 5475 Part-Time Total 5667 5439 Investments Capital 5000 3822 4000 3643 3827 3108 3000 2331 1837 1832 1840 Week Prior to Term Start Week Prior to Term Start Week Prior to Term Start Week Prior to Term Start 2010/FA 2011/FA 2012/FA 2013/FA 2000 1000 0 Data as of 8/12/13 Enrollment Trends Annual Unduplicated Enrollment by Primary Location Online WHC Coalinga WHC Lemoore 12000 Grand Total 11176 10291 10000 8766 9309 8000 7191 7692 4745 3837 4197 2797 166 0 688 3061 995 2556 798 2371 1124 4310 3313 2966 2827 1687 1683 1726 3193 3252 2574 3643 4587 4379 4000 2000 4677 4331 4048 5834 4613 5003 7965 4978 6000 Capital Investments 9677 9236 8863 9170 8104 2766 9890 2139 1447 2265 2749 2980 2025 FTES Trends Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) Target FTES Generated 5,600 5,458 5,442 5,364 5,400 Capital Investments 5,205 5,200 5,132 5,0505,050 5,0445,044 4,800 5,001 4,973 4,9504,950 5,000 5,143 4,735 4,7034,703 4,779 4,806 4,600 4,400 4,200 4,1664,166 4,000 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 (Projected) Degrees and Certificates Awarded Assoc. in Science for Transfer Associate of Arts Associate of Science Certificate of Achievement Local Certificate Grand Total 900 749 800 702 700 597 548 600 507 500 400 Capital Investments 672 636 599 804 778 448 429 479 453 422 380 378 375 356 340 300 189 200 143 115 100 53 36 53 6782 4250 80 138 192 165 180 170 146 137 8499 33 63 50 3 6 0 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Online Enrollment Trends Percentage of Students Taking at Least One Online Course WHCCD Degree-Granting Postsecondary Institutions Nationwide* Capital Investments 50% 44.2% 45% 40% 35.5% 35% 34.5% 33.2% 25.4% 21.6% 20% 27.3% 18.3% 15% 18.2% 10% 5% 37.6% 35.6% 33.0% 29.3% 30% 25% 37.6% 9.6% 11.7% 19.6% 21.6% 29.2% 32.0% 24.1% 13.5% 0% * Source: I. Elaine Allen and Jeff Seaman, “Changing Course: Ten Years of Tracking Online Education in the United States” 2013 Math Placement – All Local High Schools Capital Investments Writing Placement – All Local High Schools Capital Investments Writing Placement by High School Capital Investments Educational Plans Total Students Seeking Degrees, Certificates and/or Transfer With and Without Educational Plans With Ed Plan Without Ed Plan Capital Investments 100% 90% 34% 80% 27% 73% 73% 2012/FA 2013/FA 50% 70% 60% 27% 73% 76% 76% 72% 66% 50% 40% 66% 30% 50% 20% 10% 27% 24% 24% 28% 2005/FA 2006/FA 2007/FA 2008/FA 34% 0% 2009/FA 2010/FA 2011/FA High School Priority Registration – Success Rates Two-Year Average Success Rates of Fall 2011 Incoming High School Graduates (Fall '11-Spring '13) Capital Investments 74% 65% Used Priority Registration Did Not Use Priority Registration Capital Investments The Future of Education Recent Articles in Education Report: Students Taking Online Courses Jumps 96 Percent over 5 Years By Joshua Bolkan, Campus Technology (digital magazine) Published: June 24, 2013 http://campustechnology.com/articles/2013/06/24/report-students-taking-online-courses-jumps-96-percent-over-5-years.aspx Capital Investments Lawmakers May Add Muscle to College Transfer Program By Hannah Furfaro, The Fresno Bee Published: August 3, 2013 http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/08/03/3422670/lawmakers-may-add-muscle-to-college.html Massachusetts to Tie Community College Funding to Performance By Ronald Roach Published: August 13, 2013 http://diverseeducation.com/article/55243/# Dan Walters: California Higher Ed Resistant to Change By Dan Walters, The Sacramento Bee Published: August 14, 2013 http://www.sacbee.com/2013/08/14/5648446/dan-walters-california-higher.html Trends in Higher Education Capital Investments Greater Accountability Access/Technology Control Costs Student Success “We are in the middle of a Copernican revolution as it becomes even more apparent that the learner constitutes the center of the universe, and that teaching no longer drives learning; instead, teaching responds to and supports learning.” - Michael G. Moore, Distance Education: A Systems View of Online Learning. 2013 “It is no imaginary dream to picture the school of tomorrow as an entirely different institution from that of today, because of the use of radio in teaching.” - 1927 Testimony to Federal Radio Commission by Pitman http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/428046/july-24-2013/anant-agarwal The Future is Now THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION Commentary July 22, 2013 The Future Is Now: 15 Innovations to Watch For By Steven Mintz http://chronicle.com/article/The-Future-Is-Now-15/140479/ http://www.weareteachers.com/community/blogs/weareteachersblog/blogwat/2013/04/24/the-flipped-classroom-infographic#.UfGarbbqePk.email TEACHER AS The Future is Now Capital Investments Coming Attractions Title V Grant Highlights • A Title V grant has been awarded to West Hills College Coalinga in the amount of $3,248,837 over a five year period. Capital Investments • The Title V grant will expand options for instruction and support by training faculty in effective distance course development and delivery, revising or developing 25 key distance courses with links to web-based tutoring and research resources, and creating web-based distance orientation/readiness, career/educational assessment and planning, advising, probation support, and progress tracking services to support distance and on-campus students’ success. Title V Grant Highlights (continued...) • To achieve this goal, critical new positions will be hired: – Associate Vice Chancellor of Connected Learning (who will also serve as the Title V Project Manager) Capital Investments – Activity Director/Distance Instructional Design Specialist – Web-Based Services Specialist – Student Data Specialist – Distance Delivery Technical Specialist • Also included in the grant is equipment; “virtual receptionists”; Smarthinking (online tutoring); a distance learning resource lab; and @One trainers. More Coming Attractions… • Lumina Foundation (WHC Coalinga) – What is the value of a West Hills College to a student and a potential employer? Capital Investments • Achieving the Dream (WHC Lemoore) – Encouraging a courageous dialogue about student success • Two Additional Days for Professional Development – Organizational and college focus on student success and professional development • Closing the Gap – Partnership with our K-12 colleagues to share expectations • Accreditation – Continuous quality review to maintain our leadership position in the Valley In Summary What is the state of our District? Capital Investments As a District, we managed the fiscal crisis of the state in a way that puts us in a better place than we were when the crisis began. Through it all, we became stronger financially and academically because we are a community of learners focused on a common vision and we care about the people we work with and the students we teach. California Community College Board of Governors Meeting September 9 & 10, 2013 West Hills College Lemoore Capital Investments Capital Investments Questions? 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