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 - April 11, 2012

Attending: Booye, Caballero de Cordero, Chung, Cole, Cook, Glapion, Haynes, LeBleu-Burns, Leonard, Mieso, Moreno, Patlan

APRU Time Line - Program Review form and instructions have been sent out. Reminder to identify a person from each area to handle TractDat and set up training with Haynes. 

Measure C Priorities - Glapion thanked the SSPBT sub group (Booye, Chung, LeBleu-Burns and Cook) for their work to review and organize Student Services Measure C requests. The SSPBT agreed, based on the content and the total ($474,076) of the requests, to forward the list to the Budget Committee.

"B" Budget Augmentation - Members were asked to send "B" Augmentation fund requests for items to be purchased before the end of the year to Cook by Friday, 4/20, using the form and criteria that will be sent to everyone. The remainder of requests will go through the process for purchase next year.

Core Student Update - Report from the Core Student Group on results of the data from the cohort group included: group was narrowed to more targeted group of students, they looked at the demographics, identified characteristics, shared with the Academic Senate, All Deans, College Council and at the National Conference for ACCCA. Met with Newell to determine what to focus on for students; contact to take the assessment tests, contact students applying for Financial Aid about completing paperwork, contact students about taking Counseling 200. There are some problems using Degree Works that need to be addressed and it may not work in large classes. Other areas being reviewed are students having an Education Plan by the end of the first quarter, the effectiveness of workshops in Math, the "Getting Started Workshop" and a model for Veterans. 

It was suggested the data from the cohort group be made available to enrollment management to help identify courses needed. Information will be provided to Cook for discussion with Espinosa-Pieb. There was also a suggestion to present this information to the Board of Trustees.


Suggestion - The SLO Convocation Day, Friday, April 27th will be a good time to meet to work on SSLOs. Everyone is encouraged to hear the opening speaker. More information to follow.

Outreach - New Student and Parent Open House Saturday, May 12, which will offer "Getting Started" workshops for students.

Future agenda items -

1) Student Services Viability Review Process (and the Jt. PBT) 

2) Identify a replacement for Patlan on the College Planning Committee. 

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