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Institutional Planning Committee (IPC)

Institutional Planning Committee Membership
Roger Schultz, Superintendent/President
Stacey Searl-Chapin, President Academic Senate
Lorraine Slattery-Farrell, Vice-President Academic Senate
John Seed, Faculty Representative
Eveyln Menz, Faculty Representative
Elizabeth Mascaro, Classified Senate President
Tim Lampley, Classified Professional
Marcus Castellanos, Classified Professional
Justin Bennet, Classified Professional
Tyler Mendel, SGA Representative
Dr. Bill Vincent, Vice President Student Services
Brandon Moore, Vice President Instruction (Interim)
Becky Elam, Vice President Business Services
Jeannine Stokes, Associate Dean, Human Resources
Ex-Officio Non-Voting Members:
Rebecca Teague, Accreditation Liaison Officer/Associate Dean, Institutional Effectiveness Planning and Grants
Nik Mesaris, Director of Nik Mesaris, Director of Research
Paul Hert, Program Review and Assessment Coordinator
Brian Orlauski, Brian Orlauski, Dean of Information Technology
Fred Frontino, Past-President Classified Senate
Institutional Planning Committee Charge
(Approved 10/15/2013)
The Institutional Planning Committee shall oversee and coordinate district wide strategic planning through the following:
1)    The committee shall review and endorse the college integrated institutional planning:
·         Education Master Plan
·         Facilities Master Plan
·         Strategic Master Plan
·         Staffing Plan
·         Technology Plan
·         Distance Ed Plan
·         Student Success Plan
·         Basic Skills Plan
·         Equity Plan
2)    Coordinating with the Budget Planning Committee to ensure that budget allocations are based on institutional planning priorities and re relevant to the current fiscal environment.
3)    Recommending institutional priorities to College Council
4)    Ensuring the integration of the planning process, including, but not limited to a coordinated, institutional approach in addressing college priorities and the interrelationship among institutional plans.
5)    Establishing regular communication with the campus community regarding the institutional planning process.
6) Assessing on an annual basis the effectiveness of the Institutional Planning Committee and the institutional planning process.



Institutional Planning Committee Goals 2014-2016

(Approved 05/20/2014)

Coordinate the creation, implementation, and assessment of institutional planning and resource development processes.
                Objectives:         Update and implement Educational Master Plan
                                         Assess implementation of Strategic Plan
                                         Assess the implementation of the Student Success Plan (SSSP)
                                         Assess the RAP prioritization, scoring and funding processes
 Identify physical resource needs of the institution for optimizing student success and access
                Objectives:         Expanding lab and study areas for students on both campuses
                                         Create or modify existing space for faculty
                                         Assess and explore the pursuit of bond among faculty and staff
Promote dialogue among all members of the institution
    Objectives:         Explore opportunities to promote institution-wide dialogue regarding scholarship of teaching and learning



Meeting Information 2014-2015


Meeting Agenda​ ​Meeting Minutes
September 16, 2014 ​​September 16, 2014
October 21, 2014​ ​October 21, 2014
November 18, 2014​​ November 18, 2014
February 17, 2015 ​February 17, 2015
April 21, 2015​ ​April 21, 2015​
May 19, 2015​ ​May 19, 2015 - Pending


Archived Meeting Information

​Meeting Agenda ​Meeting Minutes
2009-2010  2009-2010
 2010-2011 2010-2011
 2011-2012     ​ 2011-2012    
2012-2013 2012-2013​
​2013-2014 2013-2014