Irvine Valley College and Saddleback College Institutional Effectiveness Annual Report 2007-2008 SOCCCD Board of Trustee Meeting December 5, 2008 Robert Bramucci Vice Chancellor of Technology and Learning Services Denice Inciong District Director of Research and Planning Craig Justice Vice-President of Instruction, Irvine Valley College Morgan Barrows Chair of Saddleback College’s Institutional Effectiveness Committee
Background • 2005-06 Project Facilitated by the Office of the Vice Chancellor, Technology and Learning Services • Worked with the College Enrollment and Planning Committees • Institutional Effectiveness Measurements in 5 Major Areas • Student Learning and Achievement • Student Outreach and Responsiveness to the Community • Faculty and Staff • Applications of Technology • Facility and Fiscal Support • First Institutional Effectiveness Annual Report 2006-07 • Report Process Reviewed and Revised
Institutional Effectiveness Annual Report Reviewing the Data Presentation Outcome To give you an overview of the report by presenting examples from each of the 5 chapters
I. Student Learning and Achievement Irvine Valley College • Examples of work behind the data: • Basic Skills workshops for faculty • Revised curriculum • Writing Center services increased Saddleback College
I. Student Learning and Achievement Irvine Valley College • Examples of work behind the data: • Restructured Math Tutorial Center • Developed Online Tutorials Saddleback College
II. Student Outreach and Responsiveness to the Community Irvine Valley College 60%-70% of First Time College Students come from one of the 4 Main Unified School Districts Saddleback College Programs like Early Bird encourage high school seniors to choose our colleges early with priority registration and access to services.
II. Student Outreach and Responsiveness to the Community Irvine Valley College Both colleges have increased their online course offerings in response to student demand. Saddleback College
III. Faculty and Staff Irvine Valley College The total number of Faculty has remained relatively stable over the last five years. Saddleback College Coming next year….Fall 2008 numbers show a big increase in full-time faculty at each college.
III. Faculty and Staff Irvine Valley College Classified Staff at both campuses grew over the last 5 years. Over 30% of classified employees are of minority ethnicities, the highest among employee classifications. Saddleback College The total number of Administrators/Managers has remained stable over last five years.
IV. Applications of Technology Irvine Valley College The total number of computers at each college has increased 20% over the last five years. Saddleback College More students have access to computers on campus.
IV. Applications of Technology Irvine Valley College • Examples of New Technology Projects funded by Basic Aid: • Campus-wide wireless • Student kiosks • New workstations for disabled students • Updated student labs • Videoconferencing • New software • Increased data storage • Blackboard upgrades Saddleback College
V. Facility and Fiscal Support Irvine Valley College Total square footage and the instructional square footage have increased at both colleges. Saddleback College Over the last two years buildings such as a new Performing Arts Center and the Village classrooms have increased instructional space.
V. Facility and Fiscal Support Irvine Valley College Approximately 83% of the Irvine Valley College budget goes to salary and benefits. Saddleback College Approximately 77% of the Saddleback College budget goes to salary and benefits.
Evaluation: provides objective assessment of instructional achievements in key measureable areas. Underscores both strengths and weaknesses. Identifies instructional and student support areas for both commendation and creative attention. Strategic Planning: provides needed data for institutional planning in the areas of outreach & marketing, student support, and academic programs. Supports the need for new services or programs to address institutional weaknesses; Offers a justification for financing the new programs or services; Suggests a time frame for achieving the targeted goals. How do the Colleges Use this Report? Irvine Valley College
This report is used by the Planning and Budget Council (PBC), the strategic planning groups and shared governance in planning and decision making. It is viewed as data that highlights Saddleback’s successes and also areas where improvement is needed. Examples Institutional Effectiveness Committee The IE Committee uses this data in Program Reviews and Student Learning Outcomes. ESL Department The report helped identify areas in the curriculum that is needed so they can measure students progression though the ESL course sequence. Enrollment Management Committee The Distance Education Committee is using the data to tackle the difficult issue of student attrition and success in online courses. How do the Colleges Use this Report? Saddleback College