CPC 2011-2012 Archive

2011-2012

The College Planning Council (CPC) is Ventura College's participatory governance group charged with overseeing the campus program review and strategic planning efforts. The CPC is comprised of faculty, students, classifieds, classified supervisors and administrators.

During the Fall 2011 semester, the CPC met on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in MCW-312 from 3:00-4:30 pm; in the Spring 2012 semester, the CPC met only on the fourth Wednesday of each month, also in MCW-312. On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday October 24, 26 and 27 from 3:00-5:00 pm  in MCW-312, the CPC heard the divisional program review presentations and appeals.

This 2011-12 CPC membership was as follows:

Voting Non-Voting

Faculty:

Managers: 

Marian Carrasco-Nungaray

Robin Calote
Will Cowen Ramiro Sanchez 

Ralph Fernandez

David Keebler

Jenna Garcia

David Bransky

Ty Gardner

Karen Gorback
Robbie Haines Tim Harrison

Karen Harrison

Gwendolyn Lewis-Huddleston

Becky Hull

Victoria Lugo

Dan Kumpf

Jerry Mortensen

Cari Lange

David Oliver

Sandra Melton

Kathy Scott, Co-Chair

Bob Moskowitz

 

Paula Mu ñ oz

Classified Supervisors:

Mark Pauley

Susan Bricker

Peter H. Sezzi, Co-Chair

Sandy Hajas

 

Jay Moore

Classifieds:

Jeffrey Weinstein

Lori Annala

 

Barbara Cogert

Ex-Officio Resource Members:

Luann Swanberg

Michael Callahan

 

Kathryn Jameson-Meledy

Students:

 

Daniel Chavez

 

Suzanna Erickson 

 

Chris Lara-Cruz

 

 

Date Time Location Agenda Minutes
August 31, 2011 3:00 pm Campus Center Conference Room Word Word
September 14, 2011 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word
September 28, 2011 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word 
October 12, 2011 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Cancelled  
October 24, 2011* 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word  Word
October 26, 2011 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word  Word 
October 27, 2011* 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word  Word 
November 9, 2011 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word  Word 
December 7, 2011* 3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word  Word 
January 25, 2012  3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word
February 22, 2012  3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word
March 28, 2012  3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word
May 9, 2012  3:00 pm Multidiscipline Center West - 312 Word Word

* Meetings that differ from the 2nd and 4th Wed convention. Meetings in italics are program review hearings/appeals meetings.

 Charge:The College Planning Council is a participatory governance committee that monitors college compliance with Accreditation Standard I. As part of the college planning, program review and budget allocation cycle, the College Planning Council reviews the Educational, Facilities, and Technology Master Plans and calls for their revision in accordance with an established cycle; proposes a limited number of three-year strategic goals based on the Educational Master Plan to form the basis for the college’s Strategic Plan; establishes the college planning parameters each spring; recommends priority lists for new programs and initiatives that emerge through the annual planning and program review process; responds to administration’s recommendations for program growth, reduction and discontinuance; and contributes to the development of the college’s Annual Report by documenting the progress made on the Strategic Plan. The Faculty Staffing Priorities Committee, a subcommittee of the Academic Senate, prioritizes recommendations for growth faculty positions. The Classified Staffing Priorities Committee, a subcommittee of the Classified Senate, prioritizes recommendations for growth classified positions. The faculty Co-Chair of the College Planning Council serves as a member of the Accreditation Steering Committee.

Membership:College President; Executive Vice President; Vice President, Business Services; Dean, Institutional Effectiveness, Communication & Learning Resources; fifteen faculty members drawn from all divisions (appointed by the Academic Senate as follows: the current Senate Executive committee, one (1) additional past senate president and ten (10) at-large members [two (2) from student services, two (2) from vocational/technology areas, and six (6) from general education areas, at least one (1) of whom should be a teacher in a basic skills area]; three classified staff members; three classified supervisors; three student representatives.All managers and supervisors shall serve on this committee in a ex-officio, non-voting but participatory fashion.  Voting membership shall be limited to faculty, classified staff and student members. (Committee Comp Breakdown: 6 Managers/Supervisors; 3 Classifieds; 3 Students; 15 Faculty // Voting: 15 Faculty; Up to 6 Non-Faculty)

Co-Chairs:   Academic Senate President, or designee; Dean, Communication & Learning Resources and Institutional Effectiveness.