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Fall 2015 CCC FLEX 081915

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currently in the 9th year of operation

15-25% of District FTES

student headcount is growing

sections offered on campus are increasing

community and campus events are fueling campus culture and partnerships

instructional and student services areas are innovating

purposeful and exciting planning is ongoing!
Quick Summary of What's Happening at CCC?
Applied Technology Education Center
Campus Innovations and Accomplishments
permanent buildings
Careful Planning
Star Parties
Events and Partnerships
Graduates Breakfast
Department Chairs' Retreat
Division Deans' Retreat
Chancellor's Office Hours
Grounds and Facilities Updates
Welcome Week
Applied Technology Education Center Improvements
Plumbing IDRC Grant
SCV School Trustee's Meeting
CTE Advisory Groups
Club Rush
Candidate Meet and Greet
ASG Student Officer Elections
CCC Program Review and Action Item Planning
New Leadership
Instructional and Campus Planning
Expanded Service Hours
Local Merchant's and Community Groups
FLEX Days at CCC
Classified Appreciation Breakfast
growth of outdoor research garden
quad-6 landscaping and new classrooms
remodeled student lounge with new dell/mac stations
food operations by Canyons Cafe
enhanced campus data/servers
growth of lab and computing spaces
Partnerships & Outreach
Campus Communications
will expand critically-needed laboratory capacity
ongoing data-based analysis of best programming for ccc facilities
investigation and implementation of accelerated and cohort learning concepts at ccc
Job Fair and Resume Rally
Community Tours
emergency operations and incident command preparations
gardens events (scv community grant, lectures, community extension)
outreach with local merchants and community groups
school district outreach, career events, tours, cte
community events like job fairs, star parties, open house
environmental sciences / sustainability initiatives
growth of ATEC/CTE disciplines
expansion of tutoring hours and subjects
research garden and gardens of the canyons campus committee
advisory committees & industry collaboration
addition of reentry and veterans' services on campus
increasing utilization of drop-in, appointment, and online services / expanding hours
retention/success rates nearly identical between campuses
robust student life activities
vibrant website, social media, and newsletter communication
featured cc magazine articles and frequent pio press releases
website features FAQs, tutorials, mycanyons, and learning lab links for students
robust planning with division deans and dept chairs
Blood Drives
Piloted at CCC in Fall 2014
Friday/Saturdays at CCC: on-ground, online and hybrid classes
Students can complete ALL general education requirements (for the AA) in two full semesters!
benefits of cohort learning community
benefits of increased registration priorities
enrollment management/facilities implications
likely benefits of increased student success in hybrid classes
supports completion agenda and provides distinct academic pathway for students
planning to increase accelerated evening and weekend format at CCC for future semesters
Weekend College
College of the Canyons

#084F FLEX (8/19/15)
What’s New at the
Canyon Country Campus?

Ryan Theule
OCTOBER 23, 2009: Tom Falconer (adjunct) - Orientation to the Night Sky and Earth's Moon
MAY 21, 2010: Tom Falconer (adjunct) and John Sepika (adjunct/JPL) - Star Gazing in SCV
OCTOBER 15, 2010: David Ciardi (NASA/CalTech) - Finding Planets, Dr. Kevin Grazier - Jupiter
OCTOBER 21, 2011: David Michaels (faculty) - Jupiter "Attracts"
MAY 4, 2012: Matthew Wallace (JPL) - Curiosity Mars Rover
OCTOBER 19, 2012: Dr. Steve B. Howell (NASA) - The NASA Kepler Mission and Recent Exoplanet Discoveries.
May 3, 2013: Dr. Gerard van Belle (Lowell Observatory) - Optical Interferometry
• Collaborative projects:
o Weekend College pilot
o Community Ed classes
o Tech/Facilities project “punch list”
o Campus directional signage/marketing
o Student art displays
o Fitness Loop
o Faculty Outreach Activities
o CTE Advisory Committees
o Sustainability initiatives
o Spring Battle of the Bands
o Tech FLEX series for the Spring

• Planned campus-wide events include:

o WorkSource recruitments
o SBDC and ETI workshops
o Community Ed classes
o Battle of the Bands
o Careers on the Go/Green
o Job Fair
o Resume Rally
o Club Rush
o Movie Event
o Chamber / Business Association

October 11, 2013: Dr. David Ciardi (Keplar Mission) - Exoplanets
weekend college
Science Building - $17.9 million total cost
State, $3.6M District
21,000 square feet, 2-story building
Provides 14,500 sq ft of science space.
Includes 2,600 sq ft of lecture space in 3 general assignment classrooms
11,200 sq ft of lab space in 7 classroom/labs, with 12 classroom/lab service rooms
700 sq ft of office space in 7 offices

Classroom & Student Resource Center - $27.5 million total cost
$23.4M State, $4.1M District
34,000-square-foot building, 3-story building
Multistory building will contain student classrooms on the upper floors and house student service functions at the Main Plaza level
Will include 11,990 sq ft of general classroom space
6,050 of computer lab space
5,400 of student services office space
2,800 of distance learning/media space
1,560 of miscellaneous space
Library space in reading/study rooms

Science Building - 21,000 sq ft 2-story building: 14,500 ASF with 3 general classrooms, 7 labs, 12 lab service rooms, and 7 offices
Classroom & Student Resource Center - 34,000 sq ft 3-story building with computer labs, student services, distance learning, library spaces
Instructional Building 3 - 21,000 square feet, additional classroom and office spaces

Staff parking
Lot 4 is located next to Quad 2. Additional staff parking is available in Lot 3 as well as along the upper road to the east of Quads 3-5.
Mailboxes are located in Room 502A. If you teach only at the Canyon Country Campus, your mailbox will be here. If you teach at both the Valencia and Canyon Country Campuses, your mailbox will be at the Valencia Campus
You may pick up your keys in Room 502A at the Switchboard. Call x3800 for assistance.
Reprographics: Services are located in Room 502A. To send an electronic file to reprographics, please email cccrepro@canyons.edu.
Tech Support:
Computer support services are located in room 205. If you need technical support using your classroom technology, please call extension 3533.
Student Services:
Visit Quad-1 for assistance with rosters, adds/drops or other student services or call x 3900. Familiarize yourself with the variety of student support services available on campus. You may also wish to briefly highlight them to your students or include them in your syllabus.

Library and TLC:
The TLC is located in Room 306 and the Library is located in Room 307. A private Test Proctoring Center (part of the TLC) is available in 305A. The TLC provides math, English and computer tutors free to students. Students may also complete supplemental learning activities at the TLC.
Food Service and Supplies:
Canyons Café provides quality coffee and food service from its building located on Cougar Way. The campus vending room is located in Room 303. This room is open during all campus hours. In addition, there are vending machines dispensing snacks and beverages throughout the campus.

School supplies such as Bluebooks, Scantrons, paper, pens and pencils are available in vending machines in room 303 and in Quad 7. The Bookstore at the Valencia campus is available to all students as well.
Faculty Drop-In Office Space:
Private offices for full-time faculty members are available in Building 600, assigned by Academic Senate.There are also drop-in cubicles for faculty teaching at the Canyon Country Campus located in room 507 and additional computing stations available in room 205.

Campus Safety:
District Safety offices are located in Quad 7 and Quad 5. If you need to contact District Safety, please call extension 3977 or contact the switchboard for assistance. In the event of an emergency dial “77” to reach Switchboard on a priority line.
Tips for Faculty & Staff
November 7, 2014: COC Faculty & Students -
Interdisciplinary themes of exploration!
May 2, 2014: Dr. Charles Beichman (NASA) - James Webb Space Telescope
Data for a Thriving Campus
33,289 unique students at CCC since 2007 (as of Fall '14)
FactBook: Participation rates –
In Canyon Country, about 62 people for every 1,000 adults attend COC (highest in the Valley)
Canyon Country Campus
continues to grow and thrive due to the breadth of District support and the talented work of students, faculty, and staff.

I am personally amazed at how well the campus has been imagined, built, resourced, maintained, and grown according to strong District planning,
community partnership
, and forethought.

The Canyon Country Campus is the epitome of cross-departmental collaboration, collegiality, and the mission of
providing access and serving students
and NOW!
Trajectory of a growing campus!
4500-5000+ students a semester!
Full-time equivalent students for CCC above 1000!
100+ faculty at CCC-only each semester
2000+ students at CCC-only each semester
FTES that exceeds multiple colleges!
170+ at CCC for 2015SP
Some Facilities Changes on Campus
We opened a new computer lab in Quad-6

Expanded the Student Outdoor Research/Demonstration Garden adjacent to Quad-1

Quad-3 Environmental Science Greenhouse

Added pieces from the District Simi Dabah Sculpture Collection to campus (5 in all!)

Electric car charging stations in Lot-3

Student Art Displays in Quad-3

New lab equipment for Plumbing/ATEC labs

New Campus Signs
Planning to expand/add new instructional pathways at CCC
build on interest in weekend college
offer new evening accelerated courses
identify back-to-back course "menus" at CCC
be known for distinct instructional programs
partner with industry/community needs
Student Success Themes
Student Success (Re)Defined
Directed, Focused, Nurtured, Connected, Engaged, Valued
CCCCO priorities, including Student Equity Plans
Joint Meeting with ASG & Board of Trustees at CCC
Student equity activities at COC will be funded by $628,000 from the State Chancellor's Office for the 2014/15 fiscal year, with additional funds likely to follow in subsequent years
Activities and workgroups to promote student success for five indicators:
Access, Basic Skills/ESL, Course Completion, Degree/Cert Completion, Transfer
Assess for potential disproportionate impact for student population groups (SES, gender, race/ethnicity, disability, veteran, foster youth)
This is a great opportunity to promote student success!
For all you do to support the District's Canyon Country Campus
Classroom & Student Resource Center - $27.5 million total cost
$23.4M State, $4.1M District
34,000-square-foot building, 3-story building
Multistory building will contain student classrooms on the upper floors and house student service functions at the Main Plaza level
Will include 11,990 sq ft of general classroom space
6,050 of computer lab space
5,400 of student services office space
2,800 of distance learning/media space
1,560 of miscellaneous space
Library space in reading/study rooms

What's Happening at CCC?
Student Growth
Facilities Changes
Marquee Events
Instructional Planning
Student Services Expansion
Campus Beautification
New Programs
Community Partnerships
Data of a Thriving Campus

Expand higher ed in eastern SCV
Provide comprehensive campus
VLC+CCC+OLC pathways
Community Demand
District Vision & Planning
Unique Campus Culture
Laboratory of Innovation
Increased Student Services
Focused Academic Pathways
Campus as "Innovation Lab"
Emphasis on comprehensive campus
Growing Facilities
New Staff
Campus Beautification
Integrated into Districtwide planning
High water mark for services
One Stop Location
Successful Accreditation visit
Efficient use of "tetris" spaces
High touch service
Best practicies from student success plans

AA and Certs at CCC
New ADT degrees
"Your Perfect Schedule" pathways
Unique and Duplicated Programs
Program Review planning
Integrated planning with Instructional Deans & Depts.

ASG Events
Service Highlights: Welcome Week
Campus Showcase: Open House / Movie Nights / Fall Festivals
Student Excellence: Star Party
Partnerships: Battle of the Bands
EconDev: SBDC, AJCC, Chamber

Success Rates
Graduation Impact
Campus Reach

Community Outreach
Student Newsletters
Campus Website
Social Media Feeds
On Campus Inreach
ASG Partnership
Canyon Country "on everyone's desk"

Computer Labs
Service Offices
Gathering Spaces
Future Construction Planning

Contact Info
Switchboard / Repro
Office Space
Campus Activities
Emergency Prep
Planning Opportunities
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