Student Services Planning & Budget

Student Services Planning & Budget

Mission Statement – De Anza College provides an academically rich, multicultural learning environment that challenges students of every background to develop their intellect, character and abilities; to realize their goals; and to be socially responsible leaders in their communities, the nation and the world.  De Anza College fulfills its mission by engaging students in creative work that demonstrates the knowledge, skills and attitudes contained within the college’s Institutional Core Competencies:  Communication and expression, Information literacy, Physical/mental wellness and personal responsibility, Global, cultural, social and environmental awareness, Critical thinking                                                                                       Adopted Spring 2010

                                                    Meeting Notes - March 21, 2012

Attending - Booye, Chung, Cole, Glapion, Haynes, LeBleu-Burns, Leonard, Mieso, Moberg, Moreno, Patlan, Thai

There were no additions to the agenda or changes to the notes.
Updates -According to the Chancellor’s office  “the CSU plans to drastically reduce 2013 admissions.  For the spring 2013 term, the CSU will consider only community college students who have earned the new SB 1440 associate degree for transfer and only offer those students admission to eight CSU campuses (Channel Islands, Chico, East Bay, Fullerton, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Bernardino and Sonoma). The CSU also announced that applicants for fall 2013 admission would be placed on wait lists until the results of this November’s tax initiative are known and enrollment capacity can be calculated. 
-Counseling 200 is in the system and will be offered for specific populations, OTI, Vets and Athletes.  Offerings will be limited in the summer until after the summer sessions are completed.  
 -SLO & TracDat are ready.  Haynes will meet with departments to work with TracDat person.  It will be important to have all SLO information loaded on TracDat when the Accreditation Team visits in the fall.         -Outreach held the second Latino Student Conference on March 14th.   There were students from twenty area high schools attending and there was great student participation from the campus. - De Anza College is #1 with SJ Unified students for transfer to.                                                                                                                           - Outreach is holding an application workshop and a lot of students have signed up. - New Student and Parent Open House – Saturday, May 12th will offer “Getting Started Workshops” and A & R will be open to register for Counseling 200.
Program Review - Haynes shared the latest draft of SSPBT Annual PR Update forms.  Recommendation made to add Program Description, Access, Success, Retention/Persistence or Personal Enrichment under Program Description.  Changes will be made and brought back to the next meeting for a final review.
Jt. PBT Meeting Agenda Items include - The major discussion point was how to improve communication between functional areas as decisions are made so that the effects on students are known before the change goes into effect. 
Examples were:
·      The need for SS representation on the APM (Academic and Professional Matters Committee) as board policies are reviewed that impact student services, such as the repeat limits.  The agenda for APM has been expanded and SS is not included. 
·       Repeatability limits, no process in place as yet; what is the criteria for not collecting apportionment; what is the process for appeals?
·       Prerequisite enforcement – what are the criteria for appeal? What will be the effects on enrollment?
·       When course offerings are cut, how is this communicated to SS and how do we advise students about future course needs?  Example of cuts to CAOS that impact Health certificate requirements.
Additional agenda items discussed were:
·       The need for SS representation on the APM (Academic and Professional Matters Committee) as board policies (and other mandates) are reviewed that impact student services, such as the repeat limits.  The agenda for APM has been expanded and SS is not included.
·       The new Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) issues are global in nature, requiring a global discussion, involving curriculum, counseling/ transfer-related services, system-wide resources, and a need for coherent and timely communication.
·       Establishing a joint PBT medium for recommendations in preliminary impact reports, which are produced in the IPBT and SSPBT models, to be discussed. 
The next SSPBT Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 28, 2012.


Student Services Planning & Budget Team
Building: Administration
Contact: Laura Watson

Last Updated: 4/13/12