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March 2001                                                                                                                                               Dean=s Guide
                                                                                                                                                          Section 22.0


                        Beginning with the application for fiscal year 2001-2002 Perkins funding, applicants will submit a “Local Annual
                        Application” only. The application will be submitted each year through 2004. Colleges need not submit a new
                        “College Plan” for those years.

                        The revised “Local Annual Application” allows the amendment of narratives provided in the “Four-Year College Plan
                        2000-2004” submitted May 2000, but requires descriptions of activities and a budget for the funding year. See the
                        “Local Annual Application” provided in Section 22.1 of the Dean’s Guide for further details.

                        The “Four-year College Plan 2000-2004 and Local Annual Application 2000-2001” application is included here for
                        your reference.

                                                    CARL D. PERKINS APPLICATION FORMS
                                       Four-year College Plan 2000-2004 and Local Annual Application 2000-2001
                                                                                                                                               Dean=s Guide Section

CERTIFICATION…..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…1.2, 3.2

Part 1.      Assurances……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..1.2, 3.2
Part 2.      Program Elements Required for Perkins Funding Eligibility……………………………………………………………………………………….. 7.0, 3.2
Part 3.      Evaluation…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5.0, 5.1, 3.2
Part 4.      The Future - Plan for 2000-2001 to 2003-2004 ……………………………………………………………………………………………7.0, 8.0, 14.0, 3.2
             Section 1. Institutional Plans
             Section 2. Programs to Be Funded and Rationale for Selected Menu Areas
             Section 3. Planning Activities and Goals
                        Mandatory
                        Top Eight Objectives that Must Be Given Funding Priority
                        Permissive Use of Funds
             Section 4. Instructional Equipment Application …………………………………………………………………………………………………….7.0, 3.2
             Section 5. 2000-01 Budget ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….12.0, 3.2
Part 5.      Final Reports …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….7.0, 12.0, 3.2

See Section 3.2 of the Dean’s Guide to Federally Reimbursed Community College Occupational and Technical Education Programs, March 2000, for application
review criteria.
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 AUTHORITY: PL 105-332                                           Michigan Department of Career Development                            Direct questions regarding this form
 COMPLETION: Voluntary                                           COMMUNITY COLLEGE SERVICES UNIT                                      to the Community College Services
 (Consideration for funding will be                                608 W. Allegan, Lansing, Michigan 48933                            Unit, (517) 373-3360.
 possible only if form is returned.)                              P. O. Box 30714, Lansing, Michigan 48909



                                               FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE PLAN (LOCAL ANNUAL APPLICATION)
                                                           July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2004

                              College


SUBMITTING                    Contact Person
EDUCATIONAL
AGENCY                        Title

                              Telephone                   Ext.                 Fax                                         E-mail



All applications are available via the Internet

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

• Download this application from the Internet at http://www.mccnet.educ.msu.edu.

• Upload the completed application to the Perkins library by MAY 15, 2000. Application materials received after May 15, 2000 will delay the approval of the
  application.

• The Certification page (a single page which includes Assurances, Instructional Equipment Application, Four-Year Plan and 2000-2001 Budget certifications) must be
  signed and a paper copy mailed to the Community College Services Unit at the address above for the college to be eligible for federal occupational education
  funding.

• No funds may be expended by a college prior to state approval.

• All references to the Dean's Guide refer to the Dean's Guide to Federally Reimbursed Community College Occupational and Technical Education Programs.

• The State Board of Education approves policy and the Michigan Department of Career Development approves all grant applications. Applicants will be notified of
  any changes that affect the application process or the Dean's Guide.
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A. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

     Following are the necessary planning and application forms for a community college to request federal funding under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical
     Education Act of 1998, Public Law 105-332, Perkins III. Funds may be expended only for purposes allowable under Perkins III. The purpose of this Act is to
     develop more fully the academic, vocational, and technical skills of postsecondary students who elect to enroll in vocational and technical education programs.

B. GENERAL AUTHORITY

      Each eligible recipient shall use the federal funds to improve occupational education programs.

C.    PRIORITY

      Priority shall be given to those state department-approved occupational programs meeting the eight objectives described below in Part 2 and whose performance
      level in one or more of the core indicators is below that established for the state level as discussed in Section 1.4. Each eligible agency shall evaluate annually,
      using the state adjusted levels of performance as well as PROE, the vocational and technical education activities of each eligible recipient receiving funds under this
      title. While funds must be expended on activities that will raise the levels of performance (if below the state adjusted levels of performance), they may also be
      expended on the other activities listed in Part 4, Section 3.0.

D.    SUBMISSION OF PLAN

      Eligible recipients must submit a local plan covering the same four-year period as the State Plan. Documentation for each item must be maintained by the college
      and provided upon request. This application shall contain assurances and descriptions that reflect institutional plans and proposed activities for 2000-2001, 2001-
      2002, 2002-2003, and 2003-2004. (See Section 3.2 of the Dean's Guide for review criteria.)

PART 1. ASSURANCES

In order to participate in programs authorized under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998, P.L.105-332, this college hereby submits this
planning and application form. The form contains assurances consistent with Section 134 of Perkins III and is submitted to the Michigan Department Of Career
Development to qualify for federal occupational education assistance.

Accurate record keeping and documentation for each item will be maintained by the college and will be provided upon request. All references to occupational programs
mean those community college instructional programs as defined in Section 4.0 of the Dean’s Guide.

A.    Funds received under the Act will be used only for such activities as identified in Part C (Local Provisions), Section 135 of Perkins III, and as described in the
      Michigan Perkins III State Plan for Vocational-Technical Education.
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B.    The college will make provision for such fiscal control and fund accounting procedures as may be necessary to secure proper disbursement of, and accounting for,
      federal funds paid to the college.

C.    The college will provide for methods of administration necessary for the proper and efficient administration of funds received under the Act.

D.    Personnel Qualifications:

      All relevant definitions are found in Section 2.0 of the Dean’s Guide.

      Community College Instructors - Each person teaching a specialty course in a state-approved occupational education program on which federal allocation is based
      shall have a minimum of two years of work experience in the specific occupational area or in a directly related career field. When a license is required in a
      specialized field, this license must be obtained prior to employment and remain current during employment.

      Guidance and Counseling Personnel - Each student who enrolls in occupational education special populations services shall receive guidance and counseling
      and be provided career development activities conducted by professionally trained counselors who are associated with the provision of such special services
      and licensed by the State of Michigan under Public Act 368 of 1978 as amended by Public Act 421 of 1988.

E.        The college will provide an occupational program that is of such size, scope, and quality to bring about improvement in the quality of occupational programs.

F.    The college will provide evidence upon request assuring appropriate college methods for the joint planning and coordination of programs carried out under Perkins
      III with other federal education programs.

G.    Federal funds received under the Act will be so used as to supplement and, to the extent practicable, increase the amount of state and local funds that would in the
      absence of such federal funds be made available for the uses specified in the Act, and in no case supplant such state or local funds.

H.    The college will provide the Michigan Department of Career Development with the necessary occupational education information to reasonably carry out its
      function under the Act.

I.        It is the policy of the college that it will comply with all federal and Michigan laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and, in accordance therewith, no
          person, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, marital status, or disability, shall be discriminated against, excluded from
          participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity for which it is responsible or for which it receives
          financial assistance from the U. S. Department of Education or the Michigan Department of Career Development.

J.    Provide evidence upon request and assure compliance with the federal assurance regarding Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility, and
      Voluntary Exclusion - Lower Tier Covered Transactions. The prospective lower tier participant (i.e., the college) certifies by submission of this proposal, that
      neither it nor its principals are presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participating in this
      transaction by any federal department or agency.

      Where the prospective lower tier participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation
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      to this proposal.

K.    Provide evidence and assure compliance with Certification Regarding Lobbying for Grants and Cooperative Agreements. No federal appropriated funds have been
      paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of a federal agency, a
      Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the making of any federal grant, the
      entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any federal grant or cooperative agreement.

      If any funds other than federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of
      any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this federal grant or
      cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying", in accordance with its
      instructions.

      The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all sub-awards at all tiers (including sub-grants,
      contracts under grants and cooperative agreements, and subcontracts) and that all sub-recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.

L.    Provide evidence upon request and assure compliance with Section 511 of the U. S. Department of Education Appropriation Act of 1990. When issuing
      statements, press releases, requests for proposals, solicitations, and other documents describing this project, the recipient shall state clearly: 1) the dollar amount of
      federal funds for the project, 2) the percentage of the total cost of the project that will be financed with federal funds, and 3) the percentage and dollar amount of
      the total cost of the project that will be financed by nongovernmental sources.

M.    Provide evidence upon request and assure compliance with Assurance Concerning Materials Developed with Funds Awarded Under this Grant. The grantee
      assures that the following statement will be included on any publication or project materials developed with funds awarded under this grant program, including
      reports, films, brochures, and flyers: "These materials were developed under a grant awarded by the Michigan State Board of Education and the Michigan
      Department Of Career Development."

N.    Audit Requirements - All grant recipients which receive $300,000 or more in federal funds from all sources are required to have an audit performed in compliance
      with the Single Audit Act. (Effective November 1996)

O.    Provide evidence upon request and assure compliance with Certification Regarding Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), P.L. 101-336, State and
      Local Government Services (for Title II applicants only). The Americans with Disabilities Act provides comprehensive civil rights protections for individuals with
      disabilities.

      Title II of the ADA covers programs, activities, and services of public entities. Title II requires that "No qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of
      such disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to
      discrimination by such entity."
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      In accordance with Title II ADA provisions, the applicant has conducted a review of its employment and program/service delivery processes and has developed
      solutions to correcting barriers identified in the review.

P.        The college self-study and implementation plan is available for public review as specified under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336.

Q.    Provide evidence upon request and assure compliance with Certification Regarding Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, P.L. 101-336, Public
      Accommodations and Commercial Facilities (for Title III applicants only). The Americans with Disabilities Act provides comprehensive civil rights protections
      for individuals with disabilities.

      Title III of the ADA covers public accommodations (private entities that affect commerce, such as museums, libraries, private schools and day care centers) and
      only addresses existing facilities and readily achievable barrier removal.

      In accordance with Title III provisions, the applicant has taken the necessary action to ensure that individuals with a disability are provided full and equal access to
      the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations offered by the applicant.

      In addition, a Title III entity, upon receiving a grant from the Michigan Department of Career Development, is required to meet the higher standards (i.e., program
      accessibility standards) as set forth in Title II of the ADA for the program or service for which they receive a grant.

R.    Check the appropriate box below to indicate whether or not Civil Rights Compliance Assurances are on file and available for review:

      Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Discrimination on the Basis of Sex)                   Yes     No

      Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Handicap)                                            Yes     No

      Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Race, Color, National Origin)                             Yes      No

      Age Discrimination Act of 1975                                                                      Yes     No


PART 2. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES REQUIRED FOR PERKINS FUNDING ELIGIBILITY

Your total occupational education program is required to meet the following eight objectives in order to qualify for Perkins funding:

1.    strengthen the academic and vocational and technical skills of students participating in vocational and technical education programs by strengthening the academic,
      and vocational and technical components of such programs through the integration of academics with vocational and technical education programs through a
      coherent sequence of courses to ensure learning in the core academic, and vocational and technical subjects;

2.    provide students with strong experience in and understanding of all aspects of an industry;
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3.    develop, improve, or expand the use of technology in vocational and technical education;

4.    provide professional development programs to teachers, counselors, and administrators;

5.     develop and implement evaluations of the vocational and technical education programs carried out with funds under this title; including an assessment of how the
      needs of special populations are being met;

6.    initiate, improve, expand, and modernize quality vocational and technical education programs;

7.    provide services and activities that are of sufficient size, scope, and quality to be effective; and

8.    link secondary vocational and technical education and postsecondary vocational and technical education, including implementing tech prep programs.

INSTRUCTIONS

Describe how the Occupational Education Program you intend to fund under Perkins III incorporates, and will continue to incorporate for the 2000-2004 planning period,
each of the above elements. (See Section 3.2 of the Dean’s Guide, Review Criteria.) A broad overview is acceptable although examples may be program-specific. Space
for your responses have been provided beneath each of the elements listed below. You are not limited to the space provided – feel free to keep on typing.

1. Strengthen the academic and vocational and technical skills of students participating in vocational and technical education programs by strengthening the academic,
   and vocational and technical components of such programs through the integration of academics with vocational and technical education programs through a
   coherent sequence of courses to ensure learning in the core academic, and vocational and technical subjects. Please include a copy of your catalogue.

2.    Provide students with strong experience in and understanding of all aspects of an industry.

3.        Develop, improve, or expand the use of technology (not equipment) in occupational and technical education.

4.        Provide comprehensive professional development programs to occupational, academic, guidance, and administrative personnel, including teachers, counselors, and
          administrators.

5.        Develop and implement evaluations of the vocational and technical education programs carried out with funds under this Title, including an assessment of how the
          needs of special populations are being met. Describe the process you will use to independently evaluate and continuously improve the performance of the
          occupational program.

6.        Initiate, improve, expand, and modernize quality vocational and technical education programs.
7.        Provide services and activities that are of sufficient size, scope, and quality to be effective. Please provide the number of Special Populations students served in
          1999-2000 and the projected number to be served from 2001-2004.

                                                                                          PROJECTED TO BE                                    PROJECTED TO BE
                       SPECIAL POPULATIONS STUDENTS                                      SERVED IN 1999-2000                               SERVED FROM 2001-2004
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           Individual with Disability
           Economically Disadvantaged
           Nontraditional
           Single Parent
           Displaced Homemaker
           Limited English Speaking Limited English Speaking
           Academically Disadvantaged

8.        Link secondary vocational and technical education and postsecondary vocational and technical education. (Include tech prep programs as a linkage if you
          participate.)

PART 3. EVALUATION

A. Schedule

The Community College Services Unit will provide each institution with an electronic 2000 Community College Evaluation Schedule for State-Approved Occupational
Programs. Each schedule will be a cross match of the completed 1999 schedule information and the institution’s most recent Program Inventory. All 2000 schedules
have a “Change Flag” column indicating how the current Program Inventory changed from the previous Inventory. The codes are:

                         P = Program Name Change
                         C = CIP Code Change
                         D = Degree Level Change
                         S = Status Code Change

The Evaluation Schedule will be used to assure that each of the institution’s existing state-approved occupational CIP code programs listed in the Program Inventory is
evaluated.

Accessing the 2000 Schedules

Each institution’s schedule (Cdxxes0.xls) will be uploaded in Excel 97 to the Michigan Community College Network (MCCNet) (http://www.mccnet.educ.msu.edu) to
the “Local Evaluation” library under “Downloadable Documents” in April 2000. Follow the download instructions in the “MCCNet Internet-Based System User’s
Guide,” provided by the Community College Services Unit, and then update the downloaded spreadsheet. No password is required for downloading.
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Submitting 2000 Schedules
Once the instructions for schedule completion listed below have been followed and the schedule is updated, the schedule must be uploaded in Excel 97 back to the
“Local Evaluation” library by May 15, 2000. No other form of submission to the state will be accepted. Do not substitute institutional versions done in different size
print or format for this “state” schedule.

Uploading to MCCNet does require a password, which each institution’s data contact has. Should you require assistance in downloading from and/or uploading the
spreadsheet to MCCNet or require new password assistance, please contact your institution’s data contact or the Community College Services Unit.

General Instructions

Institutions are encouraged to continue to meet the time lines originally projected.

When completing the Evaluation Schedule, please be sure to:

1.        Indicate the year of evaluation for EACH program by placing an “x” in the appropriate year column.
2.        Verify the accuracy of the dates when prior evaluations were completed and Evaluation Self-study Reports were submitted to the Community College Services
          Unit.

3.        Verify the accuracy of the CIP Code, PIN, Degree Level, and Status Code for each program.

4.        Indicate any programs that are inactive or have been eliminated from the institution’s curriculum. Enter "Inactive" in place of a date and change the Status Code
          to “4.” A written request must be submitted to the Community College Services Unit to change a program’s status on the Program Inventory. Indicating
          “Inactive, ”Canceled,” or “4" on the schedule will not change the program’s status on the Program Inventory.

5.        Check to determine that all programs are evaluated at least once in the 1999-2004 five-year period, preferably with every program evaluated at least once every
          five years (i.e., if evaluated in 1995-96, the program should be evaluated again no later than 2000-01).

6.        Review the “Change Flag” column and verify the accuracy of the changes.

See Section 3.2 of the Dean’s Guide for review criteria and Sections 5.0 and 5.1 for specifics on local evaluation of programs.

B.   Community College Summary Report for Self-study Evaluation of Occupational Programs Report

This report is required to be submitted to the state June 30 of the year in which the program was scheduled for local evaluation. The report format located in Section 22.0
is mandated by the state.
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PART 4. THE FUTURE - PLAN FOR 2000-2001 TO 2002-2004

Section 1. Institutional Plans

Please provide the following descriptions that reflect your institutional plans for 2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, and 2003-2004. Provide a general description of
what you plan to do in each of the areas below regardless of funding. (See Section 3.2 of the Dean's Guide for review criteria.)

1. Ensure that students who participate in such occupational education programs are taught to the same challenging academic proficiencies as are taught for all other
   students.

2. Describe how students, teachers, representatives of business and industry, labor organizations, representatives of special populations, and other interested individuals
   will be:

      a.    Involved in the development, implementation, and evaluation of occupational education programs assisted under this title.

      b.     Effectively informed about and assisted in understanding the requirements of Perkins III.

2. Describe how you incorporate and strengthen your partnerships with business and industry.

3. Describe how you will:

      a.   Review occupational education programs and identify and adopt strategies to overcome barriers that result in lowering rates of access to or lowering success in
           programs for special populations to meet the state adjusted levels of performance.

      b. Provide programs that are designed to enable the special populations to meet the state adjusted levels of performance.

5.    Describe how you will not discriminate against individuals who are members of special populations on the basis of their status. Support services are required as a
      method for achieving this directive.

6.    Describe how funds will be used to promote preparation for nontraditional training and employment.
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PART 4. Section 2. Programs to Be Funded and Rationale for Selected Menu Areas

Please provide a listing of all state-approved programs on which you plan to spend Perkins funds and a brief explanation of the methodology and reasoning you used to determine which
programs you are planning to spend MENU dollars on for 2000-2001 and 2001-2004. All things being equal, explain why you decided to focus upon a particular program or activity
(e.g., Why did you select the Business program with 100 enrollments rather than the Computer Science program with 200 enrollments?). NOTE: Methods for bringing students up to the
state adjusted levels of performance are mandatory. Please list the programs and associated MENU Function Code. Since priority must be given to those programs not meeting the state
adjusted levels of performance, be sure to include standards and measures data for all your instructional occupational programs. Refer to the Dean’s Guide Section 10.1, Program
Inventory, for a list of your state-approved programs. SECTION 7.0, PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES, IN THE DEAN’S GUIDE CONTAINS MENU ITEMS THAT WILL
BE USED TO COMPLETE PART 4 IN ORDER TO MEET THE FOUR STATE LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE AND THE EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN
FUNDING PRIORITY. THESE 15 ACTIVITIES DESCRIBE THE MENU ITEMS THAT WILL ENABLE THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO MEET FEDERAL PERKINS
REQUIREMENTS.

Student support services are required.

    CIP                                                                         MENU ACTIVITY
   CODE                     PROGRAM NAME                          LEVEL         FUNCTION CODE                                REASON FOR SELECTION
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PART 4. Section 3. Planning Activities and Goals
College: ____________________________________________________________________
Contact Person: ______________________________________________________________
Telephone#: _________________________________________________________________
E-mail Address: ______________________________________________________________

MANDATORY: Describe how the occupational and technical education activities will be carried out with respect to meeting state adjusted levels of performance. This is addressed by
completing the first part of this section. Please select which Objectives you plan on addressing and cite the MENU Item Function Code for which you plan to expend dollars (if Perkins
funds are being spent). List the Resources Required (e.g. number of people, time supplies, new construction, reconstruction, etc.) to accomplish the service (e.g. creation of Math for
Business Majors course, increase number of tutors and/or mentors, production of pamphlets for outreach activities, creation of externship) and the activities required to produce that
service. Please list the Level of Performance you expect to attain at the end of the 2000-2001 year.


                                                                                                               1998-1999 (ACTUAL)
                                                                                 (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)

                                                               All Students
                                                                Enrolled in      Ind.
                                                             Occup’l Programs   With
                                     State Level of           EXCLUDING         Disa-           Econ            Non
 OBJECTIVES                          Performance                 SPOPS          bility          Dis.            Trad             SP             DH              LEP             Aca Dis.

 I-A. Increase successful     Colleges below 61% must show
    completions in            progress toward achieving a
    developmental courses     61% success rate by 2001.
    for those enrolled in
    state- approved
    occupational programs.

 I-B. Increase successful     Colleges below 71% must show
    completions in academic   progress toward achieving a
    courses for those         71% success rate by 2001.
    enrolled in state-
    approved occupational
    programs.

 I-C. Increase successful     Colleges below 84% must show
    completions in            progress toward achieving an
    occupational specialty    84% success rate by 2001.
    courses for those
    enrolled in state-
    approved occupational
    programs.
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                                                                                                                      1996-97, 1997-98, and 1998-99
                                                                                            (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)
                                                                   All Students Enrolled     Ind.
                                       State Level of              in Occup’l Programs      With
      OBJECTIVES                       Performance                     INCLUDING            Disa-          Econ            Non
                                                                          SPOPS             bility         Dis.            Trad             SP             DH              LEP             Aca Dis.

 II-A. Increase the number     Colleges that do not increase the
    of occupational awards     average number of awards
    granted.                   conferred for 1998-99, 1999-
                               2000, 2000-2001 by .5% must
                               show progress toward achieving
                               a one-half of 1% increase




                                                                                                                          1998-1999 (ACTUAL)
                                                                                            (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)
                                                                     All Students
                                                                      Enrolled in           Ind.
                                       State Level of              Occup’l Programs        With
                                                                    INCLUDING              Disa-           Econ            Non
      OBJECTIVES                       Performance                     SPOPS               bility          Dis.            Trad             SP             DH              LEP             Aca Dis.

 II-B. Increase the percent    Colleges falling below 90%
    of those passing           must show progress toward
    licensure/certificate      achieving 90% passing rate.
    examinations in selected
    occupational areas.

 III. Placement in military    Increase to 90% the percent of
    service, education, or     those who went into military
    advanced                   service, continued their
    training/employment.       education, or found employment
                               within 3-6 months of graduation
                               by 2000-2001.
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                                                                                                                1996-97, 1997-98, and 1998-99
                                                                                      (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)
                                                                    All Students
                                       State Level of                Enrolled in      Ind.
     OBJECTIVES                        Performance                Occup’l Programs   With
                                                                   INCLUDING         Disa-           Econ            Non
                                                                      SPOPS          bility          Dis.            Trad             SP             DH              LEP             Aca Dis.

 IV-A. Student participation   Increase the percent of total
   in vocational and           enrollment in the under-
   technical education         represented gender in non-
   programs that lead to       traditional occupational
   nontraditional training     programs by 1% by 2003-2004
   and employment.             targeting a ¼ of 1% increase per
                               year.

 IV-B. Student completion      Increase the percent of total
   of vocational and           awards conferred in the under-
   technical education         represented gender in non-
   programs that lead to       traditional occupational
   non-traditional training    programs by 1% by 2003-2004
   and employment.             targeting a ¼ of 1% increase per
                               year.
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                                                                                                                          PROJECTED GOALS (OUTCOMES)
                                                                                                   (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)

                                                                                                                1999-2000                                                   2000-2001

                                                                                           All                                                           All
                                                                                        Students                                                      Students
                                                                                        Enrolled                                                      Enrolled
                                                  Resources              Activities        in                                                            in
                                        MENU                                             Occup’l      Ind.                                             Occup’l    Ind.
                                         Item                 Services     to be        Programs     With                                             Programs   With
                     State Level of    Function                 to be     Accom-
 OBJECTIVES                                       Required                            EXCLUDING      Disa-    Econ    Non                    Aca    EXCLUDING    Disa-    Econ   Non                      Aca
                     Performance        Code                  Provided    plished        SPOPS       bility    Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP   Dis.      SPOPS     bility   Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP     Dis

 I-A. Increase       Colleges below
    successful       61% must show
    completions in   progress toward
    developmental    achieving a 61%
    courses for      success rate by
    those enrolled   2001.
    in state-
    approved
    occupational
    programs.

 I-B. Increase       Colleges below
    successful       71% must show
    completions in   progress toward
    academic         achieving a 71%
    courses for      success rate by
    those enrolled   2001.
    in state-
    approved
    occupational
    programs.

 I-C. Increase       Colleges below
    successful       84% must show
    completions in   progress toward
    occupational     achieving an
    specialty        84% success
    courses for      rate by 2001.
    those enrolled
    in state-
    approved
    occupational
    programs.
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                                                                                                                          PROJECTED GOALS (OUTCOMES)
                                                                                                   (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)

                                                                                              1997-98, 1998-99, and 1999-2000                                    1998-99, 1999-2000, and 2000-2001

                                                                                           All                                                           All
                                                                                        Students                                                      Students
                                                                                        Enrolled                                                      Enrolled
                                                  Resources              Activities        in                                                            in
                                        MENU                                             Occup’l      Ind.                                             Occup’l    Ind.
                                         Item                 Services    to be         Programs     With                                             Programs   With
                    State Level of     Function                 to be    Accom-
 OBJECTIVES                                       Required                            INCLUDING      Disa-    Econ    Non                    Aca    INCLUDING    Disa-      Econ   Non
                    Performance         Code                  Provided   plished         SPOPS       bility    Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP   Dis.      SPOPS     bility     Dis.   Trad   SP      DH       LEP   Aca Dis

 II-A. Increase     Colleges that do
    the number of   not increase the
    occupational    average number
    awards          of awards
    granted.        conferred for
                    1998-99, 1999-
                    2000, 2000-2001
                    .5% must show
                    progress toward
                    achieving a one-
                    half of 1%
                    increase
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                                                                                                                               PROJECTED GOALS (OUTCOMES)
                                                                                                        (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)

                                                                                                                   1999-2000                                                          2000-2001

                                                                                                                                                            All
                                                     Resource                            All Students                                                     Students
                                                     s                     Activities    Enrolled in                                                    Enrolled in
                        State Level       MENU                                             Occup’l        Ind.                                            Occup’l      Ind.
                                           Item                 Services     to be        Programs       With                                            Programs     With
                             of           Function                to be     Accom-      INCLUDING        Disa-    Econ   Non                    Aca    INCLUDING      Disa-    Econ     Non
 OBJECTIVES             Performance        Code      Required   Provided    plished        SPOPS         bility   Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP   Dis.      SPOPS       bility   Dis.     Trad   SP   DH   LEP     Aca Dis

 II-B. Increase the     Colleges
    percent of          falling below
    those passing       90% must
    licensure/certifi   show progress
    cate                toward
    examinations        achieving 90%
    in selected         passing rate.
    occupational
    areas.

 III. Placement in      Increase to
    military            90% the
    service,            percent of
    education, or       those who
    advanced            went into
    training/emplo      military
    yment.              service,
                        continued their
                        education, or
                        found
                        employment
                        within 3-6
                        months of
                        graduation by
                        2000-2001.
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                                                                                                                              PROJECTED GOALS (OUTCOMES)
                                                                                                       (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)

                                                                                                   1997-98, 1998-99, and 1999-2000                                   1998-99, 1999-2000, and 2000-2001

                                                                                                                                                           All
                                                    Resource                            All Students                                                     Students
                                                    s                     Activities    Enrolled in                                                    Enrolled in
                      State Level        MENU                                             Occup’l        Ind.                                            Occup’l        Ind.
                                          Item                 Services     to be        Programs       With                                            Programs       With
                           of            Function                to be     Accom-      INCLUDING        Disa-    Econ   Non                    Aca    INCLUDING        Disa-    Econ   Non
 OBJECTIVES           Performance         Code      Required   Provided    plished        SPOPS         bility   Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP   Dis.      SPOPS         bility   Dis.   Trad   SP    DH    LEP     Aca Dis

 IV-A. Student        Increase the
   participation in   percent of total
   vocational and     enrollment in
   technical          the under-
   education          represented
   programs that      gender in non-
   lead to            traditional
   nontraditional     occupational
   training and       programs by
   employment.        1% by 2003-
                      2004 targeting
                      a ¼ of 1%
                      increase per
                      year.
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                                                                                                                            PROJECTED GOALS (OUTCOMES)
                                                                                                     (Please enter real numbers and not percents. Provide numerators and denominators.)
                                                                                                            1999-2000                                                             2000-2001
                                                                                                 (For those graduated in 1998-99)                                    (For those graduating in 1999-2000)
                                                  Resource                            All Students                                                    All Students
                                                  s                     Activities
                                                                                      Enrolled in                                                     Enrolled in
                                        MENU                                            Occup’l         Ind.                                            Occup’l          Ind.
                                         Item                Services    to be         Programs        With                                            Programs         With
                    State Level of     Function                to be    Accom-
 OBJECTIVES                                       Required                           INCLUDING         Disa-    Econ   Non                    Aca    INCLUDING          Disa-    Econ   Non                       Aca
                    Performance         Code                 Provided   plished         SPOPS          bility   Dis.   Trad   SP   DH   LEP   Dis.      SPOPS           bility   Dis.   Trad   SP   DH     LEP    Dis

 IV-B. Student      Increase the
   completion of    percent of total
   vocational and   awards
   technical        conferred in the
   education        under-
   programs that    represented
   lead to non-     gender in non-
   traditional      traditional
   training and     occupational
   employment.      programs by 1%
                    by 2003-2004
                    targeting a ¼ of
                    1% increase per
                    year.
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PART 4. Section 3.            Planning Activities and Goals – Top Eight Objectives that Must Be Given Funding Priority
College: ________________________________________________
Contact Person:__________________________________________
Telephone #:_____________________________________________
E-mail Address:__________________________________

Please select those other Objectives you wish to address in addition to the mandatory Core Indicators of Performance. Cite the MENU Item Function Code from which you plan to
expend dollars (if Perkins funds are being spent). List the Resources Required (e.g. number of people, time, supplies, new construction, reconstruction, etc.) to accomplish the
service (e.g. new course development, increase number of tutors and/or mentors, production of pamphlets for outreach activities, creation of externship) and the Activities Required
to produce that service. Please list the Goals/Accomplishment(s) you are aiming to achieve at the end of the 2000-2001 year and for 2002-2004.


                                                                                                                                        GOALS/PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS

                                METHODS
                             (EXAMPLES FOR                  MENU ITEM     RESOURCES          SERVICES TO        ACTIVITIES TO BE            2000-2001                 2002-2004
     OBJECTIVES              ACHIEVING OBJ.)              FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED           BE PROVIDED           PROVIDED

                                                 TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY

  1. Strengthen academic    Curriculum
     and occupational       integration/course
     skills through         development.
     integration.



  2. Provide students       a. Establish and/or expand
     with strong               curriculum to include
     experience in and         courses, internships,
     understanding of all      externships, job
     aspects of an             shadowing, etc.
     industry.


                            b. Provide work-related
                               experience such as
                               internships, cooperative
                               education, school-based
                               enterprises,
                               entrepreneurships, job
                               shadowing.



                            c. Local education and
                               business partnerships.
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                                                                                                                        GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS


                                 METHODS
                              (EXAMPLES FOR                  MENU ITEM     RESOURCES   SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE        2000-2001                 2002-2004
     OBJECTIVES               ACHIEVING OBJ.)              FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED    BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED

                                                   TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY
  3. Develop, improve,      a. Training occupational
     or expand the use of      education personnel to
     technology.               use state-of-the-art
                               technology (e.g.
                               distance learning).



                            b. Provide occupational
                               students with the
                               academic and
                               occupational/technical
                               skills that lead to entry
                               into the high tech and
                               telecommunications
                               fields.


                            c. Encourage colleges to
                               work with high tech
                               industries to offer
                               internships and
                               mentoring programs    .
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                                                                                                                  GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS


                          METHODS
                       (EXAMPLES FOR                   MENU ITEM     RESOURCES   SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE        2000-2001                 2002-2004
     OBJECTIVES        ACHIEVING OBJ.)               FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED    BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED

                                            TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY
  4. Provide         a. Inservice and preservice
     comprehensive       training in state-of-the-
     professional        art occupational
     development.        education programs.



                     b. Support of education
                        programs for instructors
                        of occupational so they
                        stay current with all
                        aspects of an industry.


                     c. Internship programs that
                         provide business
                         experience to
                         instructors.



                     d. Programs designed to
                        train instructors in the
                        use and application of
                        technology.



                     e. Teacher preparation.
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                                                                                                                       GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS


                                 METHODS
                              (EXAMPLES FOR                 MENU ITEM     RESOURCES   SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE        2000-2001                 2002-2004
     OBJECTIVES               ACHIEVING OBJ.)             FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED    BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED

                                                 TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY
  5. Develop and            a. Modification and
     implement                 implementation of
     evaluations,              PROE or other local
     including an              evaluations.
     assessment of how
     the needs of special
     populations are
     being met.


                            b. Modification, creation
                               and/or implementation
                               of measuring success of
                               students according to
                               state adjusted levels of
                               performance.



                            c. Involving parents,
                                students, teachers,
                                businesses, and labor
                                organizations in the
                                design, implementation,
                                and evaluation of
                                occupational programs
                                authorized under
                                Perkins.


                            d. Establishing effective
                               programs and
                               procedures to enable
                               informed and effective
                               participation.
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                                                                                                                    GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS

                               METHODS                                                                                                         METHODS
                            (EXAMPLES FOR               MENU ITEM     RESOURCES   SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE                            (EXAMPLES FOR
     OBJECTIVES             ACHIEVING OBJ.)           FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED    BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED          OBJECTIVES             ACHIEVING OBJ.)

                                              TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY

 6. Initiate, improve,   a. Curriculum integration,
    expand, and             modification of
    modernize quality       curriculum.
    programs.


                         b. Improving or
                            developing new
                            occupational education
                            courses.



                         c. Leasing, purchasing,
                            upgrading, or adapting
                            equipment, including
                            instructional aids.
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                                                                                                                         GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS

                                  METHODS                                                                                                           METHODS
                               (EXAMPLES FOR                 MENU ITEM     RESOURCES   SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE                            (EXAMPLES FOR
     OBJECTIVES                ACHIEVING OBJ.)             FUNCTION CODE   REQUIRED    BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED          OBJECTIVES             ACHIEVING OBJ.)

                                                   TOP EIGHT OBJECTIVES THAT MUST BE GIVEN FUNDING PRIORITY

 7. Provide services/       a. Increase student
   activities that are of       services.
   sufficient size,
   scope, and quality
   as to be effective.      b. Provide career guidance
                               and academic
                               counseling.



                            c. Provide programs for
                               special populations.



                            d. Assist occupational
                               student organizations.



                            e. Mentoring and support
                               services



                            f. Provide assistance to
                                students who have
                                participated in services
                                and activities under
                                Perkins in finding an
                                appropriate job and
                                continuing their
                                education.


 8. Link secondary and       Create and expand
    postsecondary             linkages with
    education, including      secondary, e.g. tech
    tech prep.                prep.
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PART 4. Section 3.         Planning Activities and Goals – Permissive Use of Fund


                                                                                                                     GOALS / PROJECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS

                            METHODS
                         (EXAMPLES FOR               MENU ITEM      RESOURCES       SERVICES TO   ACTIVITIES TO BE        2000-2001                 2002-2004
     OBJECTIVES          ACHIEVING OBJ.)           FUNCTION CODE    REQUIRED        BE PROVIDED      PROVIDED

                                                                   PERMISSIVE USE OF FUNDS
  1. Outreach            Keeping parents,
                         students, teachers, and
                         representatives of
                         business, industry, and
                         labor organizations
                         informed about and
                         assisted in
                         understanding what is
                         available.




  2. Strengthening
     partnerships with
     business and
     industry.




  3. Support of
     nontraditional
     training and
     employment
     activities.
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PART 4. SECTION 4. Instructional Equipment Application – Activity 9

A. NARRATIVE
Describe the equipment that will be purchased. Include an explanation of how the equipment will improve the occupational programs and the starting date that the equipment will
be utilized in program instruction.

Equipment item must be used for the specialty courses and the instructional areas within the state-approved occupational program.

B. PRIORITY
See Section 1.4 of the Dean’s Guide, Priority Use for Federal Funds, for directions. Describe how and why this activity is an institutional priority.

C. BUDGET – INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, AND SMALL EQUIPMENT
See Section 7.0 of the Dean’s Guide, Program Improvement Activities, for directions. Add totals A and B and copy to the 2000-2001 Budget and Certification sheet in the column
heading Supplies/Other. Federal Funds (Perkins), Non-Federal Funds (Local), and Salary/Services/Supplies totals must also be transferred.

      ACTIVITY 6 - INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT                                                                                                        FUNCTION CODE: 916
                                                                                          (a)                 (b)                                     NON-
                                                                                      Equipment        Supplies and Small        FEDERAL            FEDERAL           SALARY/
                                                                                        $5,000          Equipment Less             FUNDS             FUNDS           SERVICES/
          CIP          PIN     Program Name                                            or More           Than $5,000             (PERKINS)          (LOCAL)           SUPPLIES




                               TOTALS


NOTE: Revised budgets must be submitted along with a letter of explanation when deviations of 10% over or under the original approved amount occurs. Final revised budgets
must be submitted for approval no later than June 30 of the fiscal year.

This grant must follow the reimbursement policies and procedures found in the Dean’s Guide, Section 12.0, Financial and Audit Procedures for Grants and Projects.
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PART 4.          SECTION 5. 2000-01 Budget

The 2000-01 budget is a separate Excel file and can be downloaded from the Documents Library at http://www.mccnet.educ.msu.edu.

PART 5.          FINAL REPORTS

A.          NARRATIVE REPORT

See the corresponding Section 7 of the Dean’s Guide for information on each activity. Include the following in the narrative report:

       1.        Assurance
                 Verify that all FEDERAL FUNDS were expended and/or encumbered during the grant period per the approved budget.

       2.        Activities
                 State what was accomplished by the expenditure of project funds. Refer to the Four-Year College Plan for Program Improvement as described in the
                 application narrative.

       3.        Objectives
                 Identify each approved occupational program and how the program benefited from the activity or the project.

A final report with the data requested must be submitted for each approved activity to the Michigan Department of Career Development,
Community College Services Unit, by AUGUST 16, 2001.

B.     FINANCIAL REPORT

The Final Expenditure Report, form DS-4044, which is sent to the college business office, must be completed within 60 days after receipt by the institution.
With the Community College Services Unit’s move to the Department of Career Development, details for completion of the Final Report are not finalized.
When the transition activity is completed, information in the form of changes in Section 12 of the Dean’s Guide will be distributed to the community
colleges.

C.     EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURE REPORT

A copy of the Final Report – Approved Postsecondary Occupational Education Equipment is available on the Michigan Community College Network
(MCCNet) at http://www.mccnet.educ.msu.edu. See Section 7.0 of the Dean’s Guide for reporting instructions.

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