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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Strategic Planning Committee​
 
 
 

 Purpose

 
The SPC makes recommendations to the Academic Senate on academic issues and College Council on institution-wide strategic goal and priority setting and accountability for student success.  This committee is charged with creating and monitoring the college’s mission and Educational and Strategic Master Plan (ESMP) for student success, which includes all the goals and objectives traditionally associated with educational master planning, technology planning, matriculation planning, equity planning, enrollment management and other forms of goal setting that have a direct impact on student learning and success.  All committee actions shall be consistent with the LACC Integrated Planning Process approved by the Academic Senate and the College President.
 
 
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 Responsibilities

 
I.         Drafting, revising, and overseeing the implementation of the college’s ESMP
II.        Developing annual college planning goals and objectives
III.      Overseeing sub-committees and implementation teams responsible for specific college-wide objectives in the ESMP and annual plans
IV.      Communicating to the college community through direct biennial reports and through the committee structure on progress towards completion of ESMP goals, progress on improving student achievement and learning, and news about additional student success efforts.
V.       Oversee, evaluate and coordinate institutional planning processes (except for facilities planning) and its mechanisms for measuring college objectives and outcomes
VI.      Oversee the Achieving the Dream initiative
VII.    Review and analyze data for assigned ESMP objectives/strategies, review unit planning objectives related to the committee’s ESMP responsibilities and identify any college-level actions needed to improve college performance on the ESMP objective/strategy
 
 

 Membership (by position/representation)

 
  
SPC voting membership is limited to 18, including:
 
Faculty members (10)
      1 Academic Senate President or designee
      1 AFT Chapter President or designee
      1 Curriculum Chair (VP of AS) or designee
      1 Chair of Chairs or designee
      1 EPPIC Chair or designee
      1 Staff Development Coordinator or designee
      1 SLO Coordinator or designee
      1 COMPASS/Achieving the Dream Coordinator or designee
      1 Facilities Planning Committee Faculty Chair or designee
      1 Student Services faculty (appointed by Academic Senate)
Administrators (6)
                1 Vice President, Academic Affairs or designee
1         Vice President, Student Services or designee
                1 Vice President, Administrative Services or designee
        1 Director of Facilities or designee
            1 Dean of CTE/Workforce or designee
1   Dean of Institutional Effectiveness or designee
Staff (1)
                1 Classified rep. appointed by the AFT 1521A Ch. President
Students (1)
1 ASG President or designee
Resources (non-voting)
  Accreditation Faculty Co-Chair
  Sub-Committee Chairs     
 
Terms:     Members are appointed annually
 
Alternates – One alternate may be appointed per position. Alternates serve for the entire academic year unless permanently replaced by the appropriate constituency. An alternate may vote only if he/she is the officially appointed alternate and is a regular voting member from his/her constituency group is absent. Constituent leaders are responsible for ensuring that their appointed alternates remain informed of SPC business. Alternates are encouraged to attend SPC meetings.
 
 

 ESMP Accountability

 

 

I.                    At the beginning of the academic year, the committee will receive ESMP progress updates for the assigned ESMP objective/strategy.  The committee will review college progress on achieving the objectives. This review will include an analysis of the data and other relevant evidence to determine any actions that would lead to improvement in the measure.  This review may include:
a.        Review of college performance on the assigned measure and make recommendations for changing the existing college standards or targets.
b.       Identify priority areas for the college within the assigned ESMP objective/strategy and recommendations for college priorities to College Council.
c.        Recommend specific actions to College Council, with anticipated resource needs identified, to improve the measure.
d.       Refer any programs-specific issues to EPPIC for review and action by EPPIC as appropriate.
II.                  At the beginning of the Spring semester, the committee will receive summaries of unit planning objectives for assigned ESMP objectives/strategies, recommend college-level actions informed by those unit planning objectives and provide updates on existing committee action plans.  As appropriate, the resources required to accomplish recommended actions, including approximate cost, will be identified and forwarded to the College Council for approval of the action as a recommendation to the College President.
III.                At the end of the academic year, the committee will provide a progress report on the committee’s recommended college actions as part of the annual committee assessment.  The progress report will include a summary of the college-level improvements anticipated as a result of the recommended actions.
IV.                All actions and recommendations of the committee shall be consistent with the college Integrated Planning Process as mutually agreed to by the Academic Senate and the College President.
 
 

 Operating Procedures

 

 

I.        Meetings
a.        Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month. If additional meetings are needed they will occur on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
b.       Meetings are open to the campus community
c.        Minutes are made available on SharePoint at least 48 hours prior to the meeting
 
II.      Committee Co-Chairs – The committee shall have an administrator co-chair and a faculty co-chair.  The administrator co-chair is appointed by the College President, and the faculty co-chair is appointed by the Academic Senate President.  Co-chairs that are not chosen from the designated membership of the committee are non-voting.
 
III.    Decision Making/Recommendations
a.         Whenever possible the committee makes its decisions by consensus.  If consensus is not reached, then decisions are made by majority vote.  As much as possible, decisions are made during the academic year to allow for adequate review by college constituencies.  Recommendations are forwarded to the College Council for review and approval.
b.       The committee will review and validate the college planning processes and review and revise the college planning handbook as needed.  Changes to planning processes and the handbook arising from process validation require approval from the Academic Senate.
c.        A quorum is 50% of the voting membership, plus one additional member
d.       In the event that a committee member’s attendance falls below 75% of the annual scheduled meetings, the co-chairs shall remove that committee member and request a replacement for the remainder of the removed member’s term. During the time the position is vacant, the position will not count towards a quorum.
IV.    Communication
a.         The committee makes regular reports to the Educational Policies and Program Integrity Committee (EPPIC), the Academic Senate and the College Council
b.       Members of the committee are notified of meetings and provided the proposed agenda and meeting materials at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting date and time.
c.        The agenda and all meeting materials are posted online.
 
 

 Subcommittees/Task forces/Workgroups

 

 

I.                     Standing subcommittees may be created by majority vote of the Strategic Planning Committee.  The SPC will define the purpose and responsibilities of its subcommittees.
II.                    Task forces and workgroups are ad hoc subcommittees and may be created by majority vote of the SPC.  Such bodies are assigned specific tasks to be completed by an agreed-upon deadline and are dissolved once the assigned task is completed.
III.                  Members of standing subcommittees, task forces and workgroups need not be members of the SPC.  While the SPC will determine the membership composition by constituency, members are appointed by the appropriate constituencies.
IV.                  The standing subcommittees are:
a.        Committee on Pathways for Student Success (COMPASS)
b.       Enrollment Management Team
c.        Staff & Organizational Development
d.       Technology Planning
e.       Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)
 

 Plan Linkages

 
I.                    ACCJC Accreditation Standards IA.3, IA.4, IB, II.A.2.f, IIB, IIC, IIIA.5, IIIA.6, IIIB, IIIC, IIID.1, IIID.4, IV.A
II.                  The Strategic Planning Committee is directly involved in the execution of the ESMP, driven by the College Mission and in alignment with the District Strategic Plan.

 

Update Approval:

·         Approved by SPC on November 23, 2016
·         Approved by College Council on February 6, 2017
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 Operating Documents

 
  
  
collapse DocType : Handbook ‎(17)
Administrative_Services_Assessment_Process_Handbook_2015.pdf
  
California_Articulation_Handbook_2013.pdf
  
Course_Level_Assessment_Process_Handbook_2016.pdf
  
Curriculum_Handbook_2015.pdf
  
Department_Chair_Handbook_2013.pdf
  
Distance_Education_Handbook_2016.pdf
  
HR Guide_Recruitment_Selection_Employment_2007.pdf
  
Institutional_Integrity_Manual_2015.pdf
  
Integrated_Planning_Handbook_2015.pdf
  
International_Student_Program_Handbook_2018.pdf
  
LACCD_Classified_Employee_Handbook_2019.pdf
  
LACCD_District_Governance_Handbook_2013.pdf
  
LACCD_Employer-Employee_Relations_Handbook.pdf
  
LACCD_Unclassified_Handbook_2012.pdf
  
Professional_Development_Handbook_2016-17.pdf
  
PSLO_Assessment_Process_Handbook_2015.pdf
  
Student_Services_Assessment_Process_Handbook_2015.pdf
  
collapse DocType : College Plan ‎(20)
Default_Prevention_Plan_2007.pdf
  
Distance_Education_Plan_2015-20.pdf
  
Educational_and_Strategic_Master_Plan_2014-20.pdf
  
Emergency_Procedures_Plan_2019.pdf
  
Enrollment_Management_Plan_Yr1_2017.pdf
  
Enrollment_Management_Plan_Yr2_2018.pdf
  
Facilites_Master_Plan_2002-12.pdf
  
Five_Year_Construction_Plan_2014-18.pdf
  
Guided_Pathways_Plan_2018.pdf
  
Human_Resources_Plan_2015-16.pdf
  
LACCD _Total_Cost_of_Ownership_2013.pdf
  
LACCD_District_Strategic_Plan_2018-23.pdf
  
LACCD_Final_Budget_2019-20.pdf
  
LACCD_Master_Building_Program_Budget_Plan_2011.pdf
  
LACCD_Tech_Implementation_Plan_2013-20.pdf
  
LACCD_Tech_Strategic_Plan_2011-20.pdf
  
Marketing_and_Communications_Plan_2018-19.pdf
  
Staff_and_Organizational_Development_Plan_2015-20.pdf
  
Student_Equity_Plan_2019-22.pdf
  
Technology_Resources_Plan_2015-20.pdf
  
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