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 - November 28, 2012
Attending: Caballero de Cordero, Chung, Cole Cook (co-chair), Glapion (co-chair), Haynes, Kirkpatrick, LeBleu-Burns, Leonard, Moreno, Robles, Thai
Jt. PBT Mtg. Post Discussion - Is there a plan to follow up on the brainstorming done at the meeting? Examples: Post IGETC agreements online in the scheduled of classes and provide incentives for full-time enrollment. Cook will provide the information to all the PBTs. Question – since the passage of Prop 30, will the PBT Budget Reduction list change and how? The revised list will be provided at the next SSPBT meeting.
APRUs Review – SSPBT members provided an update on the following Program Reviews.
SSRS and Puente
Transfer and Articulation Services
International Student Program (ISP)
CCSE Update - Newell shared an update of previous data provided, which did not include ISP students and noted some differences, but overall 2-4% change indicating not much difference between ISP and other students. Information will be posted on the IR web site. Still reviewing student core group information and will report back on that.
Student Success Act – Cordero shared information from the Matriculation Conference on the Student Success Act regarding the Revision of Title V language including mandates to be supported and enacted next year. Not participating would greatly impact the $4M Matriculation allocation to the district. Matriculation funds will need to be redirected to support beyond the Matriculation components of orientation, assessment, and educational planning to include the Student Success Act mandates. Within educational planning, there are multiple steps: One-term plan initially, counseling and advising to identify an educational goal and then develop a long-term educational plan. The full program will be operation by 2016 and progress reports will be requested.