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ERIC Number: ED337214
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Pages: 80
Abstractor: N/A
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Strategic Master Planning Document, 1990.
Lansing Community Coll., MI.
Developed at Lansing Community College (LCC) through a charrette process, this strategic master plan provides specific directions for action, while retaining room for human judgment in moving toward the college's goals. The seven sections of the plan focus on strategic planning goals, including charrette recommendations, rationales, and strategies within each priority level for action. The planning goals relate to: (1) strengthening instruction with respect to basic skills assessment, cross-curricular competencies, common core of courses, duplication of courses, the Academic Affairs Office, exit competencies, and instructional design, technology, and support; (2) strengthening student services in the areas of computer-based student services, counseling, equal access to services, student support services, child and dependent care, student minority affairs, handicapped and tutorial services, health care activities, and student activities; (3) strengthening the college's financial base, with respect to allocation, resource development, and affordability, tuition, and fees; (4) strengthening facilities by adding facilities and improving facility utilization, parking, and student commons and lounges; (5) strengthening human resources and relations, focusing on full-/part-time employee ratios, human resource development, affirmative action, expanded employee recognition effort, personnel evaluation, and quality of worklife and equity for part-time personnel; (6) strengthening community ties with respect to distance learning; fee for service, education, and training; incentives for community and client services; and linkages and networks; and (7) strengthening leadership initiatives, focusing on commitment to diversity, institutional research, internal communication, the academic calendar, environmental concerns, and international activities. A glossary and a summary of the recommendations of strategic planning task forces are included. (JMC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Lansing Community Coll., MI.