This paper provides an overview of proven practices that can be used to promote success for our varied and diverse student population. The paper describes the anatomy of concentrated efforts where the macro meets the micro on college campuses across the state. Three important strategies are...Read more
"Equity Training for Tutors" begins by asking tutors to self-identify five things that highlight their cultural life/identity. The tutors discuss their selections and then watch the video "Danger of a Single Story." The goal is to have tutors connect their own diversity to the diversity of others...Read more
The Conceptual Model of Integrated Planning was developed for colleges to use as a guide for their planning purposes. The model includes five components (Discover, Develop, Implement, Evaluate, and Report) that individually and collectively contribute to an effective process. Each component asks...Read more
College planning and governance documents have been compiled as resources for colleges to review in order to assess elements of planning and/or integrated planning that could be leveraged locally. Cerro Coso Community College 2016-2019 Participatory Governance Model Governance and Procedures...Read more
It is important to evaluate the progress towards goals on a regular basis, at least annually, but more frequently if needed. For multi-year plans, evaluation may lead to slight modifications of objectives and strategies. Tools and resources are forthcoming.Read more
The purpose of this template is to help representatives report back to their group about what happened at a committee meeting. This is not meant to replace the minutes (which are often not available until the next meeting), but rather to quickly disseminate information, especially if there are...Read more
Integrated planning has become an important function to plan for external or internal initiatives, but even with the most sophisticated planning tools it is common for institutions to continue to struggle implementing initiatives. This document outlines a process to help institutions ensure a...Read more
Integrated planning has become an important function to plan for external or internal initiatives, but even with the most sophisticated planning tools it is common for institutions to continue to struggle implementing initiatives. This document outlines a process to help institutions ensure a...Read more
Integrated planning has become an important function to plan for external or internal initiatives, but even with the most sophisticated planning tools it is common for institutions to continue to struggle implementing initiatives. This document outlines a process to help institutions ensure a...Read more
Logic Models provide a “road map” for implementation of initiatives, programs, change, and in these examples, for the development of integrated planning resources and strategic planning. These resources are part of the Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK). Strategic Planning Logic Model...Read more
Logic Models provide a “road map” for implementation of initiatives, programs, change, and in these examples, for the development of integrated planning resources and strategic planning. These resources are part of the Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK). Strategic Planning Logic Model...Read more
Logic Models provide a “road map” for implementation of initiatives, programs, change, and in this example, for integrated planning. A Logic Model can also provide a picture of integrated planning and demonstrate how achievements will be realized. The set of materials provided here are resources...Read more
This short animated video explains what logic models are and how they might be used. This resource is part of the Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK).Read more
The mission and vision statements should be central to the planning process and all other processes at the college. The mission and vision statements are required to be reviewed on a regular basis.Read more
The second phase is the Develop phase. The data that could be needed in this phase include: institutional data, external scans, and other institutional plans. The items that need to be considered in this phase are: goals, objectives, strategies, and priorities. Each college will decide what needs...Read more
The first phase of integrated planning is the Discover phase. During the Discover phase, you ask, “What is the planning process and structure? Who’s involved? What resources are needed?” This phase typically begins with a self-assessment and data analysis. Logic models or diagrams may be employed...Read more
The fourth phase is the Evaluate phase. In this phase you evaluate the progress made towards goals. The tools needed in this phase are templates and rubrics.Read more
The third phase is the Implement phase. This is the phase that calls for putting the plan into action. Hiring, allocating resources, and purchasing may be an element of this phase. The integration of other departments is a key component. Templates for tracking progress can be useful. At any point...Read more
When a college engages in integrated planning, the mission and vision of the institution should be at the center.Read more
The fifth and final phase is the Report phase. In this phase you share the results of the evaluation broadly. The tools needed to do this are unique to the college’s reporting tools or dashboard. Newsletter templates can be very useful. Use these reports to help inform the next cycle of the plan...Read more