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ERIC Number: ED386245
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995-Aug
Pages: 41
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City College of San Francisco Master Plan Update, 1994/95. A Report from the Master Plan Committee.
Gabriner, Robert
In fall 1993, the Master Plan Committee was established at the City College of San Francisco to develop priorities for the college. The committee developed a comprehensive long-range master plan for the 1994-99 period, proposing 25 planning goals and 112 institutional objectives. This report provides results from an assessment of progress made toward these goals conducted in 1994-95 which indicated that the large number of goals and objectives made it difficult to maintain strategic priorities. Introductory materials indicate that the Committee decided to consolidate the original 137 goals and objectives into 19 goals. Next, the following 19 revised goals are presented with accompanying strategies: (1) refine and develop new workforce education and training programs for the 21st century San Francisco (California) Bay Area workforce; (2) increase the transfer rate to four-year institutions; (3) provide adult basic education; (4) promote student success; (5) promote efficiency in student services; (6) improve the quality of student life; (7) modernize and maintain college facilities; (8) replace old equipment; (9) explore additional revenue sources from contract education; fee based community service, and certificate renewal courses; (10) market college facilities and services; (11) recruit more international students; (12) develop and expand alternative funding sources; (13) foster effective participation in college governance; (14) recruit qualified personnel; (15) provide staff development programs that will promote excellence, collaboration, cooperation, and unity; (16) resolve issues of the centralization or decentralization of delivery systems; (17) implement an ongoing research and planning process; (18) allocate district finances and resources efficiently; and (19) promote general college efficiency. The final sections provide a discussion of external environmental trends, a list of program review decisions made in 1994-95, and a chart of progress made on the 19 goals as of 1994-95. Lists of college committee members are appended. (KP)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: City Coll. of San Francisco, CA.
Note: For the April 1994 Master Plan, see ED 380 160.