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CCC JOINT ASG PRESENTATION
Ryan Theuleon 4 April 2014
Transcript of CCC JOINT ASG PRESENTATION
SERVING STUDENTS & OUR COMMUNITY
Joint Board Meeting
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Spring 2014 Update
THE LATEST HAPPENINGS AT CCC
EVENTS & PROJECTS
3/10 WELCOME BACK EVENT (ASG)
3/17 AFTER I GRADUATE WALL (ASG)
3/17 CLUB RUSH & ST. PATRICK’S DAY (ASG)
3/12 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AT CCC
3/25 CCC CAMPUS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
3/25 JOINT CCCAC/FOUNDATION RECEPTION
3/25 FOUNDATION BOARD MEETING AT CCC
4/2 SPRING COOK OFF AND ART WALK (ASG)
4/2 RESUME RALLY
4/16 CCC FACULTY MIX/MINGLE (MID-DAY)
4/19 SKILLS4SUCCESS WORKSHOPS
4/22 CCC FACULTY MIX/MINGLE (AFTERNOON)
4/23 FITNESS/GARDEN WALK (SNAC)
5/2 STAR PARTY*
5/5 MOTHER’S DAY EVENT (ASG)
5/6 CLASSIFIED APPRECIATION BREAKFAST
5/7 JOB FAIR
5/8 CANYON COUNTRY BUSINESS ASSOC.
5/18 BATTLE OF THE BANDS*
5/28 STAR WARS VS PIRATES (ASG)
5/28 GRADUATES BREAKFAST
5/29 CHANCELLOR’S OPEN OFFICE HOURS
6/10 HART/COC COUNSELOR’S CONFERENCE
CANYON COUNTRY CAMPUS
Largest Winter Intersession
Most students for a Spring Semester
(4,800 students in 9600 seats)
Most faculty teaching in a semester at CCC
: 183 instructors at CCC in Spring with 116 exclusively at CCC.
19% of COC faculty are only at CCC for this Spring
(percentage of all on-ground instruction)
Satisfaction increased in all areas surveyed
in Fall 2013 since Fall 2012 (instructional programs)
• Increased satisfaction for
variety of courses
at CCC (12%),
availability of courses
times of courses
67% of CCC student survey respondents would be interested in taking all classes at CCC
, and 30% of VLC students would also be interested in taking all classes at CCC.
• A strong majority of students agree that the
Canyon Country Campus is contributing positively to their educational/career goals.
• Campus community exposure is high—43% of recent community survey respondents had attended a public event at CCC (star party, job fair, movie night, faculty lecture, advisory meeting, garden walk, etc.).
• The campus continues to host many community meetings and activities to increase visibility and promote student services.
• Collaboration continues to make campus growth possible: Find out more today by visiting the CCC website or schedule a campus tour.
• Weekend College Pilot
• Community Ed Classes
• Program Review
• Tech/Facilities Projects
• Updated Campus Directional Signs
• Student Newsletter & Social Media
• Student Art Displays in Quad-3
• Fitness Loop
• Faculty Outreach Activities
• CTE Advisory Committees
• Sustainability Initiatives
• ICS Emergency Prep
Science Building - $17.9 million total cost
$14.3M 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
CA BOND FACTS:
There has not be a statewide school facilities construction bond since 2006.
There is a $35.8 billion backlog in community college facilities needs awaiting funding.
Polls shows 64% favorable rating for a November 2014 CA construction bond (AB2235)
Current funding formulas would require that COC only pay 17 percent of the cost of construction
You have supported the growth of student life at CCC
Grants, Events, Art, Marketing, Participation, Staffing, Feedback on Campus Planning, Identification of Student Needs, and so much more!
Some things you can do:
Get up to speed about the Canyon Country Campus
Visit the campus if you haven't recently
Meet COC staff at faculty at CCC
Help plan and promote regular student life events at CCC
Spread the word about CCC instructional programming, student support services, and resources available on campus
Regularly discuss CCC at ASG meetings and request periodic presentations or discussions about the campus
Learn more about future projects and District planning for CCC
Make student life activities and resources a regular and consistent part of campus life at the Canyon Country Campus.
32,289 unique students at CCC since 2007 (9/4)
FactBook: Participation rates –
In Canyon Country, about 62 people for every 1,000 adults attend COC (highest in the Valley)
THANKS! ...and some thoughts
Please contact me anytime if you have questions or want to talk further!
THANK YOU FOR HELPING THIS CAMPUS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR STUDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY!