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Enrollment Management Committee (EMC), previously Enrollment Management Team

 I. Charge / Mission


The Enrollment Management Committee (EMC) makes recommendations to the Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) on college-wide process and policy concerning enrollment, retention, and marketing, with the goal of providing the highest quality instruction and maintaining economic efficiency. 

The responsibilities of the EMC are:

  • Make recommendations to the SPC on enrollment, retention, and marketing processes and policy
  • Review scheduling data to set policy dealing with college scheduling
  • Oversee all College plans concerning enrollment, retention, and marketing, including the ESMP and Accreditation Quality Focus Essay
  • Advise Academic Affairs regarding scheduling practices


 II. Composition


Total Voting Members: 15

Student Services (3)

  • 1 VPSS
  • 1 Dean of Admissions
  • 1 Outreach coordinator

Academic Affairs (3)

  • 1 VPAA
  • 2 Academic Deans

Faculty (5) (appointed by the Academic Senate)

  • 2 Department Chairs
  • 2 Faculty (one chosen by the AFT President to represent the AFT)
  • 1 Counselor

Admin Services (1)

  • 1 VP of Admin or designee

President’s Office (1)

  • 1 public relations director (Chair of the Marketing Team)

ASG (1)

  • 1 ASG representative

Classified Staff (1)

  • 1 classifie​​​​d representative chosen by the AFT-1521A chapter president

Resources (non-voting)

  • 1 web architect
  • 1 researcher


 III. Operating Procedures


A. Chairs

  • The EMC is tri-chaired by the Vice President of Academic Affairs, Vice President of Student Services, and a faculty committee member appointed by the Academic Senate

B. Meetings

  • Meetings are open to the campus community
  • Minutes are made available both electronically and as hard copies
  • Guests are welcome

C. Quorum and Voting

  • ​A quorum shall be 50% plus one of the voting membership present. As much as possible, decisions are made during the academic year to allow for adequate review by college constituencies.
  • When possible, recommendations are made by consensus. When consensus cannot be reached a formal vote shall be taken.

D. Decision Making/Recommendations

  • Re​commendations are forwarded to the SPC for review and recommendation to the College Council.

E. Communications

  • ​Notification: The agenda, minutes of the prior meeting, and available supporting materials will be distributed to EMC members at least 72 hours prior to each meeting and posted on the EMC website.
  • Reporting to Constituents: Members are responsible for keeping their respective groups informed regarding activities of the EMC by reporting back to those bodies and eliciting input regarding items under consideration.
  • Assessment: The Annual Assessment will be prepared by the EMC Tri-Chairs, discussed and approved by the EMC, and submitted to SPC for approval.​


 V. Plan Linkages


2014-2020 ESMP strategies 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.4, and 1.1.5.

Accreditation Quality Focus Essay objectives 1.1, 1.2, and 1.4

ACCJC standards I.B, II.A



 Enrollment Reports

Current term enrollment summary
Relative day college comparisons and section level enrollments and fill rates
Enrollment Analysis
Course and discipline-level reports for enrollment management and strategic planning
District Reports and Projections
Reports comparing all 9 colleges and FTES projections provided by the ESC