Adopted August 30, 2018
The following Core Values and Board Goals provide direction for the Board and the Chancellor for the coming year, 2018-19.
Core Values of the Board of Trustees
CORE VALUES OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
1. Students First
2. Student Equity
5. Diversity in Hiring
6. Academic Excellence
EDUCATIONAL MASTER PLAN. To complete an updated seven‐year
EMP that prioritizes enrollment growth and development of in‐demand
programs for degree/transfer and workforce certificates.
FMP AND BOND CASE STATEMENT. To complete a seven‐year
facilities master plan for modernization of the main campus and
other projects to insure academic excellence; to provide adequate
affordable employee and student housing; and to implement a
sustainability plan to achieve zero‐carbon footprint. The FMP will
serve as the case statement for a possible future bond ballot
PATH TO 32,000. Monitor that an enrollment management plan
and implementation system is in place to achieve an increase of 2500
FTES in 2018‐2019.
BUDGET DISCIPLINE. To receive and review regular budget
reports so that appropriate adjustments and efficiencies will be
made to stay on the adopted final budget for 2018‐2019.
STUDENT EQUITY: COMPLETION. Regularly assess student success
outcomes for all historically underrepresented groups; and to make
measurable progress toward closing the achievement gap graduation
rate for African‐American, Latino and Pacific Islander
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 CCSF.
COLLEGE CLIMATE. Maintain a mutually supportive relationship
with the Chancellor and foster a climate of trust and respect among
all stakeholders of City College.
CONDUCT OF BOARD MEETINGS. Implement continuous improvements
to conduct more efficient and effective business meetings in the
- BOARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Participate in Board‐approved activities, conferences and programs to improve trustees’ effectiveness and accountability.