Moving on to our Second Report! Due to

Moving on to our Second Report! Due to

Moving on to our Second Report! Due to NWCCU by Fall 2012 Accreditation Steering Committee Bill Briare, Kim Carey, Tiffanie Clifford, Kate Gray, Phillip King, Wes Locke, Elizabeth Lundy, Terry Mackey, Steffen Moller, Sharon Parker, Tara Sprehe, and Bill Waters Recap: Key concepts Continual self-analysis Data-informed, systems-based, and focused on continuous improvement Integration of strategic planning, resource allocation, and accountability

Primary yardstick is the extent of mission fulfillment Five New Standards Standard One: Mission, Core Themes, and Standard Two: Resources and Capacity Expectations Standard Three: Planning and Implementation Standard Four: Effectiveness and Improvement

Standard Five: Mission Fulfillment, Adaptation, and Sustainability Seven Year Evaluation Cycle (Five Years for CCC this time) Year 1 3 5 7

Primary Focus Event Standard One: Mission, Core Themes, and Expectations Year One Self-Evaluation Report (Standard One) No Visit; Evaluator Panel Reviews Standard One; Peer-Evaluation Report forwarded to Institution and Board. Standard Two: Resources and Capacity

Year Three Self-Evaluation Report (Update Standard One; Add Standard Two) Committee Visit to Review Standards One and Two; Peer-Evaluation Report forwarded to Institution and Board. Standard Three: Planning and Implementation; Standard Four: Effectiveness and Improvement Year Five Self-Evaluation Report (Update Standards One and Two; Add Standards Three and Four) No Visit; Evaluator Panel Reviews Standards Three and Four; Peer-Evaluation Report forwarded to Institution and Board. Standard Five:

Mission Fulfillment, Adaptation, and Sustainability Year Seven Self-Evaluation Report (Update Standards One, Two, Three, and Four; Add Standard Five) Committee Visit to Review Standards Three, Four, and Five; Peer-Evaluation Report forwarded to Institution and Board. Standard One: We addressed this in our first report (submitted this Fall) Mission, Core Themes, and Expectations Examines institutional purpose and intentions based on a clear statement of institutional mission, articulation of mission fulfillment, and identification of mission

core themes complete with objectives and assessable indicators of achievement of those objectives. CCCs Core Themes Academic Transfer Career and Technical Education Essential Skills Life-long Learning Whats next?Standard Two Resources and Capacity By documenting the adequacy of its resources and capacity, the institution demonstrates the potential to fulfill its mission, accomplish its core themes objectives, and achieve the goals or intended outcomes of its programs and services, wherever

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ctu re Year Three Self-Evaluation Report Revise your Year One Report based on panel feedback and ADD Chapter Two: Resources and Capacity Eligibility Requirements 4 through 21 (Executive Summary) Standard 2.A Governance Standard 2.B Human Resources Standard 2.C Education Resources Standard 2.D Student Support Resources Standard 2.E Library and Information Resources Standard 2.F Financial Resources Standard 2.G Physical and Technological Infrastructure Conclusion

Creating Chapter 2 Design a model for campus-wide contribution to Standard Two TURTLEs! Identify Key Communicators co-leads, team members, and team resources Introduction to the 10 Turtles Comments and Questions

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