Strategic Planning / Budget Committee
Description of Committee
Strategic Planning Documents
Innovation & Opportunities Reserve Fund
BROWN BAG MEETINGS
Strategic planning becomes a puzzle during an economic crunch. How does one plan strategically for the future of Shoreline Community College when budget cuts take up our time, energy, and affect our morale? Come hear what the Strategic Planning / Budget Committee (SPBC) has been working on over this past year.
- January 26, 2011
BUDGET CUTTING PROCESS RECOMMENDATIONS
The SPBC delivered a set of recommendations to our SET liaison, VPAS Daryl Campbell. The recommendation were developed during Fall Quarter, 2010, to guide the process of reducing the college budget. The reductions came as a result of a decrease in financial support for the college from the state.
- September 23, 2010
ENROLLMENT OPPORTUNITY RESEARCH
During Opening Week 2010, the committee facilitated workshops designed to solicit campus feedback on the committee's research into potential enrollment opportunities.
- Summer 2010
FOCUS ON INCREASING ENROLLMENT
This summer the committee is engaged in research into five areas in which there may be opportunities to increase enrollment at SCC: Basic Skills, eLearning, "green" technology, international programs, and trends in higher education at the state and federal levels.
- Spring 2010
Effective this quarter, the Strategic Planning and Budget Committees have merged!
- August 15, 2007
STRATEGIC PLAN APPROVED
At the June Board of Trustees meeting, the Strategic Plan presented by the Strategic Planning Committee was approved. Click here to download .pdf
- May 28, 2007
STRATEGIC PLAN - OUR FUTURE IS SO BRIGHT
Last Friday, a draft of the new Strategic Plan was presented in an all-campus meeting. Thank you to all of you who attended! The meeting featured a review of the process so far, a statement about the mission and vision by President Lambert, a presentation of the 8 themes, a brief update on the Budget process, and what the steps are in the strategic planning process.