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Category: Strategic Planning Council (SPC)

SPC (10-03-2017)

For additional information, please go to the Strategic Planning Council webpage: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/spc

 

The following action and discussion took place at the October 3, 2017 Strategic Planning Council meeting:

 ACTION ITEMS/FIRST READING

  • The PFF demanded to bargain the requested summer adjustment to the 2017-2018 Academic Calendar; therefore the item was tabled
  • The PFF demanded to bargain the requested summer adjustment to the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar and adding Cesar Chavez as a holiday; therefore the item was tabled

 

 INFORMATION/DISCUSSION

  • Ron Perez presented a FY 17-18 FTES Overview – Estimation
  • Discussion on actions being taken to find savings
  • Michelle Barton presented an update on the Strategic Enrollment Management Committee. She discussed the role and purpose of the Committee
  • Michelle Barton presented an analysis of where students in our District attend community college
  • Dr. Blake led a discussion on making a cultural shift in order to follow through on what we say we want to do and reach our enrollment goal. Members shared thoughts on ways to make the shift
  • The Substantive Report for the South Center will be coming for review to the Vice Presidents, Accreditation Steering Committee, SPC and the Governing Board
  • The Snack Shack is now open late
  • CCE voted to establish an educational scholarship fund for employees and their children, beginning Spring
  • Sherry Titus reported they made their first purchase for food from the San Diego Food Bank. They also partnered with Starbucks, where on Thursdays they give out free food

SPC (09-19-2017)

For additional information, please go to the Strategic Planning Council webpage: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/spc

 

The following action and discussion took place at the September 19, 2017 Strategic Planning Council meeting:

 ACTION ITEMS/SECOND READING

  • The motion to approve the revised Strategic Plan 2019-Year 2 Objectives was passed
  • The motion to approve the Strategic Enrollment Management Committee was passed with a revision showing four CCE representatives instead of three
  • The motion to approve naming the food Pantry The Anita and Stan Maag Food and Nutrition Center was passed
  • The motion to approve Chapter 5 Board Policies and Procedures pairs 5035, 5052, 5055, 5075, 5110, 5120, 5130, 5140, 5300, 5510, 5700, 5900 and Procedures 5015, 5070, 5520 was passed

 

 INFORMATION/DISCUSSION

  • Olga Diaz reported the Chancellor’s Office requires four categorical funding plans (SSSP, NCSSSP, BSI, Student Equity) to be submitted from Palomar. They recently made a change to require the four plans to be integrated into one plan. The timeline and information about the plan were reviewed. This item will return for first reading.
  • Ron Perez presented the Adopted Budget FY 2017-2018.
  • Dr. Blake led a discussion on deficit spending and structural inefficiencies.
  • Kendyl Magnuson presented an enrollment update
  • Discussion on dissatisfaction with Aramark’s high costs, hours, quality and quantity of food, and new delivery fees and restrictions.
  • The Substantive Change Report for the South Education Center is close to being completed
  • A DACA community event will be held the evening of September 19 and two additional presentations to faculty and staff are planned
  • Laura Gropen presented the Palomar News website, highlighting the sections on feature stories and social media

SPC (09-05-2017)

For additional information, please go to the Strategic Planning Council webpage: https://www2.palomar.edu/pages/spc

 

The following action and discussion took place at the September 5, 2017 Strategic Planning Council meeting:

 ACTION ITEMS/SECOND READING

  • Approval of the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar was postponed until discussion of adding Cesar Chavez as a holiday

 ACTION ITEMS/FIRST READING

  • Strategic Plan 2019-Year 2 Objectives were reviewed
  • The purpose and membership of the Strategic Enrollment Management Committee (SEM) were reviewed
  • Request to name the food pantry “The Stan and Anita Maag Pantry” was discussed
  • Discussion on the Naming Policy

INFORMATION/DISCUSSION

  • Discussion on the best way to communicate information from decisions and discussion at Councils and Committees
  • Report that ACCJC is updating their processes
  • Report that the Accreditation Steering Committee discussed assigning standards to Councils and Committees