ERIC Number: ED233752
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pima County Community College District 5 Year Master Plan, 1983-1988.
Leslie, Judith W.; And Others
Pima Community College's (PCC's) master plan for 1983-88 was designed to provide the flexible planning framework necessary for the college to respond to changes in its internal and external environment. Chapter 1 describes the context of planning at PCC, including background information on the planning process; PCC's philosophy, mission, goals, and history; predictions concerning the college's future; and guidelines for implementing the master plan. Each of the subsequent chapters deals with a specific aspect of the college, providing background information, describing the current status, suggesting future directions, and offering recommendations. Chapter 2 deals with instructional services in terms of enrollment trends; occupational and developmental education; community services; bilingual/international education; instructional methodologies; special, media, and library services; and PCC's honors program. In addition, student services such as counseling, outreach, recruitment, admissions, financial aid, career placement, and minority affairs are examined. Chapter 3 focuses on PCC's administrative services and offices, including the Board of Governors, Office of the President, Office of Personnel/Human Resources; and the Office of Planning and Development. After chapter 4 details PCC's governance and administration, chapter 5 offers projections for facilities. Finally, chapter 6 looks at college finances. Summaries, supplementary materials, and data corresponding to each chapter are appended. (LL)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Instruction, College Planning, College Programs, Community Colleges, Educational Facilities, Educational Finance, Governance, Institutional Characteristics, Long Range Planning, Multicampus Districts, Organizational Objectives, Student Personnel Services, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Pima County Community Coll. District, AZ.