Welcome! Mission Statement The mission of Cosumnes River College is to provide the people it serves the opportunity to grow to their maximum potential and to contribute to the well- being of the community at large. Vision Statement Cosumnes River College aspires to provide a dynamic, inclusive learning environment which maximizes opportunities for the intellectual growth of both our students and our staff. The Los Rios Family of Colleges • American River College • Cosumnes River College • Folsom Lake College (2003) • Sacramento City College Additional District Centers: Davis, Downtown, El Dorado, Ethan Way, Rancho Cordova, West Sacramento Los Rios: A Regional Community College System N W E S EDC ARC l FLC SCC CRC The Los Rios Community College District 2,400 Square Miles 1.6 Million Residents 72,000+ Students Why are we here? - Student learning is our focus - Student success is our goal Cultural Competence - Fosters cross-cultural communication - Values the people who work here - Understands the community in which we operate - Embraces students as valuable members of our community - Promotes inclusiveness - Institutionalizes the process of learning about differences and commonalties - Welcomes and creates opportunities to learn about others Underlying Values Each student can learn Students will rise to high expectations Everyone should have a voice Everyone should feel valued and welcomed Blame free environment with measured risk taking Professional development and learning for all staff Who are we and who do we serve? Faculty Demographics • 160 faculty compared to 109 in 1996-97 (47% growth) • 63 probationary faculty-39% • LLIS-66%, Careers/Tech-50%, HSS – 48%, Bus/Family Sci 45%, CVPA-37%, SME-33% • 45% haven’t been through an accreditation Classified Demographics • 170 classified compared to 118 in 1996-97 (44% growth) • Greatest increase in Child Development Center Administrator Demographics • 13 Administrators • Same number as 1996-97 New Hires since August 2001 15 New Full Time Faculty 2 New Administrators 29 New Classified New Faculty Michael Carney- MESA/CCCP Coordinator Barbara Carroll- Librarian (LTT) Constance Carter- English Asst. Professor New Faculty Continued… John Cross- Sociology Asst. Professor Marjorie Duffy- CIS Application Asst. Professor Jenna Francisco- ESL Asst. Professor New Faculty Continued… Winnie LaNier- Campus Life Coordinator Susie Leone- Co-op Work Experience Asst. Professor Maha Myren- Math Asst. professor (LTT) New Faculty Continued… Jason Newman- History Asst. Professor Mohammed Osman- CIS Database Asst. Professor Ruth Oxman- ECE Asst. Professor New Faculty Continued… Celia Samaniego- Spanish Asst. Professor Robert (B.J.) Snowden- Comm. Media Asst. Professor Gabriel Torres- Spanish Asst. Professor New Faculty Continued… Thomasina Turner- Spanish Asst. Professor Min Zeng- Mathematics Asst. Professor New Administrators Ellen Arden-Ogle Dean, Communication, Visual & Performing Arts Stephen McGloughlin Dean, Languages, Library & Instructional Services New Classified Cathy Adams- Child Development Center Christina Asato- Education Media Design Specialist Diane Bieniek- I.A. Life/Physical Science New Classified continued… Allen Boxall- Sr. I.T. Technician Brenda Chadwick- I.A. Foreign Language/ESL Irene Cheng- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Penny Clark- Child Development Center Teacher Rhonnie Coxe- Student Personnel Assistant/Assessment Arcy Currie- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Bonnie Green- Clerk, Communication, Visual & Performing Arts Heidi Hapin- Clerk, PE/Athletics Photo Not Available Kei Iijima- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Duffie Jeffrey- Printing Services Operator Donald Koscheski- Lab Tech Phys Science Photo’s Not Roseanne Coelho- Child Dev. Center Teacher Available Kari Kouch- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Photo Not Available Torrye Lee- Library/Media TA Photo Not Available Laura Magana- Custodian Amanda Morris- Business Services Assistant New Classified continued… Tina Nguyen- Secretary, Humanities & Social Science Yukiko Nogaj- Child Development Center Teacher Joleen Peterson- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Xuantrang Phu- Child Development Center Teacher Yelena Skubenich- Financial Aid Clerk Kathleen Smith- Records/Admissions Clerk New Classified continued… Kim Stevenson- Child Development Center Teacher Aselia Valadez- Records/Admissions Clerk Lora Wardlaw- Child Development Center Teacher New Classified continued… Brian Washington- College Police Officer Debbie Weber- Child Development Center Teacher Jenny Yerxa- Child Development Center Teacher Student Demographics • 7246 FTES in 2000-01 compared to 5606 FTES in 1996-97 (29% growth) • 10658 headcount in fall 2001 compared to 8563 headcount in fall 1996 (24% growth) • 20,000 students by 2014 assuming a 5% increase per year CRC Student Enrollment – Spring 2002 Enhancing Skills for Student Success Ethnicity of Students at CRC 50 40 Fall 1998 Fall 1999 30 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 20 10 0 White Asian African Hispanic Other Am Source: End Of Semester Demographic files Enhancing Skills for Student Success Course Success Rates 70.0 64.2 62.8 60.0 50.0 Fall 1997 Fall 1998 40.0 Fall 1999 30.0 Fall 2000 20.0 Fall 2001 10.0 0.0 Average Course Success Rate Number of courses completed with a “A”, “B”, “C” or “CR” ______________________________________________________________ Success Rate : Total number of courses attempted (drops excluded) Source: District Office Reports Enhancing Skills for Student Success Student Persistence 80.0 74.5 70.0 60.0 56.0 50.0 1997-98 1998-99 40.0 1999-00 30.0 2000-01 20.0 10.0 0.0 All Students New H/S Graduates Source: End Of Semester Enrollment/Transcript files Enhancing Skills for Student Success First-time Freshmen 4000 3408 3500 3000 2500 1998-99 1999-00 2000 2000-01 1500 2001-02 1000 500 0 First-time Freshmen Source: End Of Semester Enrollment files Enhancing Skills for Student Success UC/CSU Transfers 1400 1215 1200 907 1998/99 1000 1999/00 800 2000/01 593 600 400 200 0 ARC CRC SCC Source: California Post-secondary Education Commission Reports Enhancing Skills for Student Success Percentage of FTES to Transfers % of FTES (01/02) 0.5 45% 42% % of Transfers (00/01) 0.4 33% 33% 0.3 25% 22% 0.2 0.1 0 ARC CRC SCC Source: Transfer Data - California Post-secondary Education Commission Reports FTES - District Office Reports („320‟ Reports) Enhancing Skills for Student Success Degree/Certificates Awarded (CRC Main) 600 486 500 394 1998/99 400 1999/00 2000/01 300 200 100 0 Degrees Certificates Source: Degree and Certificate/Demographic files CRC Main Street • Do we reflect publicly a clear message? • Can our students and visitors easily find their way around? • Can you as CRC representatives give students and staff appropriate directions? • How can we make our college more welcoming to all? Student Access – On-line application – On-line enrollment – On-line and telephone payment – Wait lists – On-line grading Implementation – LRCCD and CRC staff did a great job – Summer and fall enrollment of over 80,000 – System works with relatively few hiccups First Day at CRC • Many new students-numbers are up over 10% • Faculty using wait lists and permission numbers • Students and staff provide assistance “The future is a place where there is always a possibility for change” Beverly Tatum, President, Spelman College • Education for a child is making the strange into the familiar • Education for the adult is taking familiar and unfamiliar concepts and creating new knowledge • Change is personal for our students and ourselves • CRC and LRCCD continually change to meet the needs of students and our community CRC Strategic Plan • Access-How do we provide effective learning environments for all students – Using multiple delivery modes – Flexible scheduling • Success-How do we enhance opportunities for success for all students so that they reach their goals • Teaching and Learning Effectiveness-How do we engage students in their learning and create a “climate of engagement” CRC Strategic Plan (continued) • Community and Economic Development-How do we work with the community so that CRC is seen as a community resource for educational and cultural events • Organizational Effectiveness-How do we promote and sustain a dynamic culture where all feel welcomed – Where we continue to have effective processes which are well understood – Where there is widespread participation in organizational decision-making CRC opportunities • Growth/Access • Success and student support • Learning • Staff development • Accreditation self-study and related visits-OCR, EOPS, DSPS, Matriculation • Separation of CRC and FLC • Planning-Educational, Program Review, Student Services, Facility Facility changes • Health Services/Mail Services - Mailroom was remodeled, and a Health Clinic was added. • Counseling Remodel (health clinic became a waiting area) • P-47 Faculty office complex (13 staff members will have their offices in this facility. Site includes a conference room and workroom) • P-48 Student Support Center (CalWORKs/New Horizons/DHA/Construction Management Technology/Internships/Re-Entry/SETA) Facility changes continued • New Clothes Closet - constructed by CMT class • Ticket Booths (2) for stadium - constructed by CMT class • ADA remodels including restrooms, drinking fountains, door knobs • Added parking spaces and a corporation yard for Grounds Department at the Vet Tech/Welding area • Resurfaced Parking Lot E • Added new patio furniture at the College Center Facility changes continued • PE-105/106 - opened wall between rooms and made a large workout area; added new exercise equipment • CAC-104 - tutoring center for athletes • Moved online registration to College Center • Added Mike-Elk-Angelo to the lobby of the College Center Facility changes continued • Recycling - Added 30 recycling containers to offices throughout campus. • New fencing on Center Parkway • National University donated over 100 chairs to campus, placed in offices, classrooms, and Athletic tutoring center • Detention basin nearly complete What are your goals for the 2002-2003 Academic Year? • Access • Success • Teaching/learning effectiveness • Organizational effectiveness • Community and economic development Enhancing Skills for Student Success For more information, or to receive a copy of the Convocation Powerpoint slides: HTTP://research.crc.losrios.edu Special thanks to the Staff Development Committee and the staff responsible for convocation!