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 - October 17,2013

Attending: Burgos, Caballero de Cordero, Claros, Cole, Cook, Glapion, Haynes, LeBleu-Burns, Mieso, Moberg

Review Agenda – Added – Budget Update & Review of the Advocate Reporting System

Notes from the meeting of October 3rd were reviewed. There were no corrections.

Jeanpierre reviewed the adopted “B” budget presented to the Board on 8/26/13. We are still operating at a deficit of approximately $5 million. The ending balance of $45 million includes $14 million in unallocated funds available for 13/14 Stability Fund. We are still trying to recover loss of enrollment. The district has set aside $2 million for enrollment stimulus/restoration. Of the $16 million in colleges/district carryover, $5.5 million is for De Anza augmentation. Also mentioned as important to review is the Analysis of FTES for the last three years.

Jeanpierre also emphasized the college will need to make changes to align with the implementation of the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) funding formula that includes a match of three dollars for every dollar from the state; funding based on college’s potential total of students to be served and the number of students served. Has to be fully implemented by 1215.


Task Groups (Task Groups meetings should be scheduled on the weeks the SSPBT isn’t meeting)
The goal of the Task Group is to provide SSPBT with updates on the progress of the goal and that we are on target.
Technology Chair – Mieso – Suggestion - Mieso as the SS rep for the Technology Task Force to help SS identify technology that we could use.
Veterans – Moberg suggested that a member of this task group be the liaison to the Tech Task Force.
Foster Youth – Cordero will work with Pierre and Corrao for updates
SSSP – Cordero, Moberg, Thai
Comprehensive PR & Self Study - Cook, LeBleu-Burns, Haynes
(CAS Standards, Equity and Social Justice)
Advocate Reporting System – LeBleu-Burns reviewed how Advocate will be used to centralize reporting student incidents on campus electronically; major types are cheating and disruptive behavior. Reports sent electronically to HEART  (Harm evaluation assessment & reduction team) weekly for review and further action. Clarification made between Advocate and the SS Incident Report, used for incidents other than students.
Overview of CAS Standards – LeBleu-Burns reviewed how the CAS (Council for Advance of Standards) Standards Characteristics of Individual Excellence for Professional Practice in Higher Education (37) are grouped with several different sub standards. Standards are very general and can be used to help develop Comprehensive PR. Will check if CAS standards are available electronically. Cook asked members to review the standards prior to development of the CPR.
Meeting Summary
Enrollment update – Moberg will send link to Newell’s enrollment report
Reviewed TASK Groups and assignments
Preview of Advocate Reporting System; electronic versus written.
Review CAS standards prior to developing Comprehensive PR & Self-Study elements.
Tabled Common goals for PBTs and AHEAD AND CAPED Updates tabled.
Cook to discuss joint PBT meeting with CEP AND LJ starting Winter quarter
Haynes thanked A & R for their help during registration of DSPS students.
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