ERIC Number: ED168672
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Oct-1
Reference Count: 0
The 1978-1986 Educational Master Plan.
Northern Virginia Community Coll., Annandale.
The 1978-1986 Educational Master Plan for Northern Virginia Community College is divided into four major sections. The first covers the mission, history, development, formal organization, and program, operational, and educational impact goals of the college. The second section examines the demography and economy of the district service area; student characteristics; educational and support services (e.g., occupational-technical education, college transfer, general education, and community services); the relationship among the college, the student body, and the service area in terms of employment, continuing education, and public service activities; and personnel, facilities, and fiscal resources. The third section considers future college requirements expressed in terms of enrollment projections (changes in demographics, trends in employment, and projected college growth), projected campus missions, new or expanded education and support systems (e.g., degree and certificate offerings, extended learning institute, cooperative education, and student development services), and immediate and long range resource needs for personnel, facilities, and budget. The final section explores significant issues facing the college relative to projected campus size, establishment of campus service areas, control of course distribution by campus, and implementation of new or expanded degrees and certificates. (MB)
Descriptors: College Role, Community Characteristics, Community Colleges, Educational Planning, Enrollment Projections, Financial Support, Institutional Characteristics, Labor Needs, Master Plans, Personnel Needs, Program Development, School Community Relationship, Student Characteristics, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northern Virginia Community Coll., Annandale.
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