Thursday, November 14, 2013
Admin #109, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Attending: Bdzil, Bryant, Cook, Cruz, Fayek, Glapion, Jeanpierre, Murphy, Newell, Reza, Shively, Trosper
Approval of October 10, 2013 Minutes
This agenda item has been postponed until the next College Council meeting.
Open Items, Quick News & Updates
Murphy provided an update to the alleged sexual assault of Monday, November 4 involving a 19 year-old female student claiming she was sexually assaulted by a male in a 1st floor MLC womens’ restroom. The Sheriff’s Department has been conducting a very intensive investigation and search for the person. A communication notification was sent out to the campus in a little over 2 hours. Murphy addressed the question of the adequacy and immediacy of the communication via text or email messaging. Murphy commented on the professional responses of our faculty, health services, DASB and the Office of Equity.
Education Master Plan Updates
Newell shared a variety of Institutional Metrics from the Educational Master Plan Update which is available on the Institutional Research homepage. Newell shared that the Educational Master Plan will be updated by the college in 2014-15, following the update of the vision statement in 2012-13 and the review of the mission statement in 2013-14. The two documents will support the revision process. She shared with the committee how each of the processes are aligned within the 6-year Planning and Resource Allocation Model.
Bryant presented an updated 6-year Planning and Resource Allocation Model from the
College Planning Committee which includes a Reflection Year following the Comprehensive
Program Review in 2014-15. The Reflection year is intended to allow the college time
to reflect on the past 4 years, make any necessary changes to the Annual Program Review
document, and participate in the Educational Master Plan process. The committee felt
the Reflective Year would be beneficial to the planning process of the college. The
updated “quilt” and narratives are located on the Institutional Research planning