Board Goals

Adopted December 12, 2019

The following Institutional and Board Goals provide direction for the Board and the Chancellor for the coming year, 2019-20.


2018-2025 Institutional Goals

I. Improve the student experience
II. Institutionalize equity
III. Improve communication
IV. Strengthen credit and noncredit programs
V. Improve operation of the College
VI. Strengthen community, education, and industry partnerships
VII. Maintain, improve, and build facilities
VIII. Expand and encourage opportunities for professional development
 



Board Goals

  1. Facilities Master Plan. Monitor implementation of the Facilities Master Plan to meet bond language and create and implement the sustainability plan. Leverage all stakeholders to address the climate/environmental crisis.  (Institutional Goal VII)

  2. Path to 32,000. Monitor that an enrollment management plan that includes exploration of a long-term class schedule is developed and that an increase of 2500 FTES is achieved in 2019-20.  (Institutional Goal IV)

  3. Budget Discipline.  Receive and review regular budget reports so that appropriate adjustments and efficiencies will be made to maintain a balanced budget.  (Institutional Goal V)

  4. Student Equity: Completion.  Receive and review reports on (1) student success outcomes for all historically underrepresented groups and measurable progress toward closing the achievement gap graduation rate for African-American, Latino and Pacific Islander students and (2) data on faculty demographics to achieve greater diversity in hiring.  (Institutional Goal II)

  5. Advocacy and Resource Development.  Actively engage educational partners and the San Francisco political and civic community to achieve a measurable increase in government and NGO grants, in private donations to the CCSF Foundation and an enhanced public image for San Francisco.  (Institutional Goal VI)

  6. College Climate. Maintain a mutually supportive relationship with the Chancellor and foster a climate of trust and respect among all stakeholders of City College, especially the participation of students in governance.  (Institutional Goals I and IV) 

  7. College Plans.  Monitor the development and/or implementation of the following: mid-term accreditation report; comprehensive IT plan to include complete upgrade of web registration plan; and emergency preparedness plan to improve safety and security.  (Institutional Goals I and IV)

     


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