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1. Data Dialogue on Retention Pattern at MCC: Jeannie Pezzoli
2. Program Review Summaries: Alvin Tagomori; David Tamanaha and flo wiger will present at next meeting
3. Fall Enrollment Status: Alvin Tagomori
4. Tuition Revenue, Fall and Summer
5. Deficit Status
6. Enrollment Tracking Management Status
7. Evening Enrollment Marketing Potential
8. Marketing Position Status
9. Strategic Plan Outcomes
10. Content for Meetings
New Faculty/Staff Orientation
11. WASC Self-Study Status
13. Other Items
, Ka Lama 102
Present: Mikahala Helm, Pam Hoopii, Michele Katsutani, Cordy MacLaughlin, Diane Meyer, Karen Muraoka, Jeannie Pezzoli, Suzette Robinson, Clyde Sakamoto, Frances Segundo, Alvin Tagomori, David Tamanaha, flo wiger
Data Dialogue on Assessment and Retention was presented by Institutional Researcher Jeannie Pezzoli.
Assessment dialogue - Required by
accreditation, the introduction of our self-study includes a summary of our
assessment activities. It was notable
dialogue – Jeannie summarized diagram
indicating what % of Fall students carry over
Student Services – was presented by
Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Alvin Tagomori. Samples of the counseling brochures and forms
that are being used were reviewed along with the comprehensive program review
summary. Findings and recommendations
for improvement of the program review team and Vice Chancellor of Student
Affairs were summarized. Counseling was highly commended for their efforts in
-flo announced that CCSSE will be coming back
-It was suggested that we use Perkins money
-Administrative Services and Instructional program review reports will be presented at the next meeting
status is currently 2104 for Fall 2006. Comparatively, enrollment
was at 1984 on
Deficit status David reported that, compared to other campuses, MCC’s 3% reserve requirement is much smaller. The WASC and the University system require that we have a 3% reserve based on the amount of expenditures per year. MCC’s reserve was negative $1.2 million in FY2005 based on Fiscal Officer Cindy Yamamoto’s unofficial estimate. The system will prepare the actual profile. Currently, based on Cindy’s estimate we are now at negative 430,000. Our decrease in deficit is largely due to the funds received for emergency electricity relief. This year our special funds are in a better cash available position, but improvements are still necessary. The RTRF resources allow the overall balance to run over $360,000 in the black and serve as a reserve.
-Status of deficit reduction plans:
OCET – Suzette
reported that the closing date for the direc
– flo reported that Jim Murphy worked on increasing amount per patient from
Dental Van transfer is stalled. David will follow up with County. flo will follow up with Lillian Koller
– flo just received the remapping proposal and will pass it and the Math
Development Plan on
Evening Enrollment Marketing Potential: Deferred to next Executive Committee meeting.
Suzette reported that she and Mary Jones have been brains
-Theme: Building Connections
-Looking at how each of us can engage our students so that they feel they are part of this campus community
-Would like to have everyone there from
New Faculty and Staff Orientation:
-How do we present information that people will remember? Creative ways be sure everybody is aware of important information. e.g. accreditation visitation date (October 23)
-Details on meetings will be sent out as they are being developed
- Business and Admissions offices, etc. should be closed for campus-wide meetings during this time. Advance notices should be posted. Everyone should attend the convocation.
WASC Self-Study Status: Diane reported that the first draft was delivered to System office today. ABIT’s draft was also submitted. Pat, Diane and Jeannie were especially commended for their efforts.
for Institutional Advancement draft was
distributed by Cordy for review and comment. Plans
Political forums will be conducted on campus after the primary election.
Library doors – contractor should be receiving the work order to proceed with repairs shortly.
glass – cost is $28,000 because it needs
faculty computer/furniture –
Islands of the World: July 21-August 2. 200 already registered.
Program Review – evaluation of the process and content is being done in early August by vice chancellors & deans. The System will develop a white paper on remedial developmental education. The Chief Academic Officers have been charged to develop it. Representatives from each campus, comprised of people from English, math, reading, academic support and counseling will be asked to sit on a team to look at remedial practices we do here and visit campuses across the country to gain knowledge of how we can improve. Perkins funds will be used to support the travel and project. Michelle Katsutani and Debbie Hasegawa Winkler are being recommended to be the representatives from our campus.
First Week Schedule - latest revision was distributed by Diane.