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STATE OF THE DISTRICT
Frank Gornick, Chancellor
August 16, 2013
West Hills College Lemoore
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Welcome to the
Fall 2013 Semester!
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New Hires
Spring and Summer 2013
New Hires/Changes in Assignment – WHC Coalinga
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David Castillo, Interim Director of Farm of the Future
Jay Darnell, Food Service Manager/Cook
Pedro Garcia, Equipment and Event Coordinator
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Retirees
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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
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Achievements and Milestones
• Brian Abela, Chemistry Instructor at WHC Lemoore, became the father of a baby
girl in February.
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• 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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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*
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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
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Writing Placement – All Local High Schools
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Writing Placement by High School
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Educational Plans
Total Students Seeking Degrees, Certificates and/or Transfer With
and Without Educational Plans
With Ed Plan
Without Ed Plan
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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)
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74%
65%
Used Priority Registration
Did Not Use Priority Registration
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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• 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)
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– 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…
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Lumina Foundation (WHC Coalinga)
– What is the value of a West Hills College to a student and a potential
employer?
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Achieving the Dream (WHC Lemoore)
– Encouraging a courageous dialogue about student success
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Two Additional Days for Professional Development
– Organizational and college focus on student success and professional
development
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Closing the Gap
– Partnership with our K-12 colleagues to share expectations
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Accreditation
– Continuous quality review to maintain our leadership position in the Valley
In Summary
What is the state of our District?
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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
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Questions?
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Have a great semester!

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