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Educational and Facilities Master Plan Update

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  1. Educational and Facilities Master Plan Update Dr. Richard McCullough President Saddleback College Dr. Glenn Roquemore President Irvine Valley College Dr. Robert Kopecky Provost ATEP January 22, 2008

  2. Saddleback College - Highlights • Associate degrees and certificates awarded increased from 1,271 in 2002-03 to 1,358 in 2006-07 • Annual transfers to UC and CSU increased from 1,033 in 2002-03 to 1,059 in 2005-06 • Number 1 in OC for annual transfers to USC • Ranked 12th out of 109 California Community Colleges in transfer rates; actual transfer rate exceeds expected transfer rate

  3. Saddleback College - Highlights • Student headcount is stable and full-time equivalent students (FTES) increased • The number of high school graduates attending SC from CUSD and SVUSD has increased • From Fall 2003 to Fall 2007 Distance Education sections offered have increased by 460% • Currently working on offering an online AS degree

  4. Saddleback College - Highlights • BGS Building closed for renovation in 2005 which reduced ASF; will reopen for Fall 2008 • In accordance with the Master Plan, roofs were replaced on: PE Complex; AGB Building; and Fine Arts Complex • From the Master Plan Facilities Project Priorities List for 2006-2010, 2 of the 12 are currently completed or underway: • Demolition of Lower Campus building to make way for the Village and completion of the Village for BGS renovation • FPP for Sciences Building accepted by State Chancellor’s Office

  5. Saddleback College - Highlights • 3 of the 12 Priority Projects for 2006-2010 are in the final planning stages: • Prepare Village for Library move and James B. Utt Library renovation • Remove SA Building and renovation of upper quad • Construct Fine Arts Restroom Complex including renovation of Fine Arts plaza

  6. Saddleback College - Highlights • The remaining 7 Priority Projects are in discussion and planning phase: • TAS Building Slab/Renovation • BGS Building Secondary Effects: • Enlarge Computer Lab Area • Relocate 2 Classrooms and 3 Offices to portables near CDC • Consolidate Social & Behavioral Sciences Classrooms & Offices to BGS

  7. Saddleback College - Highlights • Renovate Locker Rooms to Classrooms (PE 100) • Loop Road Reroute and College Drive RH Turn Widening • New Transportation Building and demolition of old Transportation Building and Building “K” • Close off old College Drive East and provide sidewalk to portables • Relocate Tennis Courts

  8. Irvine Valley College - Highlights • This plan is used to estimate enrollment increases in specific disciplines so that the need for additional classroom/lab space can be projected and prioritized • There has been modest growth in FTES since Fall 2004 • The Assignable Square Footage (ASF) has remained approximately the same since the Fall 2004 • Significant growth in the last two academic years has been accommodated through increased fill rates (efficiency)

  9. Irvine Valley College - Highlights • The college has been following the Facility Master Plan and the District Five-Year Construction Plan • Significant growth is occurring in Fine Arts due to the construction of the Theatre • Significant growth is also expected in Business Sciences when the New Business Sciences and Technology Innovation Center is completed

  10. Irvine Valley College - Highlights • The Lab Sciences in Chemistry and Biology are impacted • The college looks forward to the construction of 3 new chemistry labs and the new Life Sciences Building to accommodate this demand • The college also looks forward to the Library expansion to accommodate a Learning Resource Center. • The Learning Resource Center is badly needed to address the current Statewide emphasis on Basic Skills

  11. ATEP - Highlights • Launched August 2007 • 5 classrooms • 15,000 sq. ft. • Two technology labs • Design Model Making and Prototyping Optics & Photonics • Apple/Windows computer lab • Green Construction/Sustainability • Courses offered through Saddleback College, Irvine Valley College and the Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT)

  12. ATEP - Highlights Programs Today TECHNOLOGY • Design Model Making & Prototyping (IVC) • Optics and Photonics (CACT) GENERAL EDUCATION • Saddleback College/Irvine Valley College • Languages • Business • Math • Sciences

  13. ATEP - Highlights • Fall 2007 31 sections 397 students • Spring 2008 56 sections 530 students

  14. ATEP - Highlights • Future Programs • Expand current programs offered at Saddleback and IVC • Nursing • Communication Arts • Computer Animation/Design/Virtual Reality • 3D Computerized Technology • Modern Manufacturing/CAD/CAM/Robotics • Network & Computer Security • Photonics

  15. ATEP - Highlights • Future Programs • Expand current programs offered at Saddleback and IVC • General Education – Math, Sciences and English • Fashion Design & Cosmetology • Distance Learning • Culinary Arts • Computer Training • Foreign Languages • New Programs • Biotechnology • Modern/Green Construction • Transportation Technology

  16. ATEP - Highlights • Short Term Plan • Hazardous materials remediation • Demolition of nearly all existing buildings on property • Signage at portal entrance • Landscape maintenance – contract to maintain property