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BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

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									     BEAUFORT COUNTY
    COMMUNITY COLLEGE




INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
 Long-Range Planning and Assessment
             2006-2011
A Message From The President.......

      As Beaufort County Community College continues to move into the 21st Century, our
commitment to quality programs and services to the college community is renewed and reaffirmed
in the Institutional Effectiveness: Long-Range Planning and Assessment for 2006-2011 document.


      Now, as our college community reaches out to a global community with the proliferation of
technology, the Internet, and distance education coupled with our workforce training needs,
planning and assessment for institutional effectiveness become increasingly more important. This is
a time of opportunities and challenges for our service area citizens and for our college community.


      I am confident that together we can meet these challenges. We define our mission, set goals
and objectives, and then, with a concentrated application of resources and efforts, we focus on the
goals and actions that will make a qualitative difference in the lives of those we serve. We analyze
the results of our goals and actions so we can measure progress and quality, i.e. our Institutional
Effectiveness.


      With our Institutional Effectiveness Plan for 2006-2011 as our guide and our direction for
planning and assessment, Beaufort County Community College, I believe, will continue to move
forward into the 21st Century successfully providing high quality programs and services for the
citizens of our community.
                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
               Institutional Effectiveness: 2006-2011 Long-Range Planning and Assessment

Executive Summary                                                                           1
Calendar                                                                                    7
Council Membership                                                                          8
NCCCS Mission and Strategic Initiatives                                                     9
BCCC Vision                                                                                10
BCCC Mission and Long-Range Goals                                                          11
  BCCC ~Profile~
  BCCC ~Milestones~
Planning Assumptions                                                                       14

BCCC Short-Range Strategic Objectives                                                      23

2006-2011 Long-Range Planning and Assessment
     Expected Outcomes for the Short-Range Strategic Objectives                            24
     Operational Unit and Subunit Plan/s                                                   27
      Office of the President
      Instructional Affairs
      Allied Health
      Arts and Sciences
      Business Division
      Industrial Technology
      Learning Resources Center
      Administrative Services
      Continuing Education
      Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
      PR/Communications/BCCC Foundation
      Student Services
                       BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS PLAN
                                                     E x ec ut i v e S um m a r y : 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 1 1

            This seven-page Executive Summary is a condensed version of the 164 page 2006-2011 Institutional Effectiveness Plan for Beaufort
County Community College (BCCC). The full Plan displays the planning cycle, lists the membership of the planning council, presents a statistical
section of “assumptions,” documents the campus planning and assessment efforts and accomplishments with cross references to the College long-
range goals and strategic objectives/short-range goals, links planning to budget, and, most importantly, is guided by the BCCC Vision and Mission.


            All community colleges in the North Carolina Community College System are required to develop an Institutional Effectiveness Plan
(IEP). IEP’s are part of the annual state audits. Copies of the 2006-2011 Institutional Effectiveness Plan can be found in the offices of all Planning
Council members: the President, four deans, four academic division chairpersons, three directors, the coordinator of evening and off-campus
programs, BCCC Technology Committee chair, the Staff Association president, the Faculty Senate president, the SGA chairperson, the network and
the system administrators, faculty representatives, and staff representatives. A copy of the Institutional Effectiveness Plan can also be found in the
BCCC Learning Resource Center and on the College IE Web Page – www.beaufortccc.edu/Planning/planninghome.htm.


                                                             STRATEGIC PLANNING
Vision, Mission, and Goals
        The BCCC Mission Committee met in September 22, 2004 to review the Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) Vision, Mission,
and Goals. As a result of the review, a new long-range goal was added that reads “To effectively integrate leading-edge technology into all
instructional and support areas.” The College Vision, Mission, and Goals were approved by the BCCC Administrative Council on September 30,
2004 and by the BCCC Board of Trustees October 5, 2004. The review is conducted biennially; the next review is scheduled for September of
2006.

Environmental Scanning
Planning Assumptions - The six-member ad hoc committee to the Planning Council met in October of 2005 to review a collection of data gathered
by the planning and institutional effectiveness office – an external picture of the College, planning “assumptions.” (The planning “assumptions”
contain many elements from the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats Survey (S.W.O.T.) as well as demographic information about


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the characteristics of the College service area, such as service area population, college enrollment and trends, student characteristics, technology
outlook, workforce and training needs.) Detailed planning “assumptions” can be found on pages 14-22 of the BCCC IEP.


Identifying Critical Issues facing the College during 2006-2007
            Based on a review and an analysis of the data compiled for the planning assumptions, the six-member ad hoc committee to the Planning
Council identified one major critical issue the College will face during the upcoming year which is

                                                  “Confronting Current No/Low-growth Reality.”
Strategic Objectives
            The BCCC Planning Council held the fall meeting November 9, 2005 to set the College Strategic Objectives. Guided by the College
Vision, Mission, Goals, campus climate survey analysis (S.W.O.T. Survey), planning assumptions, identified critical issues, and a broad array of
information (administrative, faculty and staff division/departmental meetings, faculty senate, staff association, BCCC standing committees,
community-college advisory committees, and the student government association, as well as campus program and service evaluations, institutional
surveys, community questionnaires, planning/assessment outcomes, and BCCC Budget allocation reports), the Planning Council reviewed and
approved the College Strategic Objectives, i.e. short-range goals for the next year.


            The Strategic Objectives for 2006-2007 are listed below; benchmarks can be found on pages 24-26 of the BCCC IEP.

                                            1.   Respond to Funding Challenges.
                                            2.   Communicate College offerings, value, and potential.
                                            3.   Inspire, allow, and reward innovation.
                                            4.   Design work group plans addressing objectives listed above.


                                                           OPERATIONAL PLANNING

During the spring term of 2006 planning units and subunits reviewed and revised, as appropriate, their purpose and goals. The units and subunits
then prepared operational tasks, work plans, linking the tasks to the College Strategic Objectives as well as their unit/subunit purpose and goals.
Budget estimates and requests were added to operational tasks, i.e. work plans. (Tasks are short range covering a one year, or long range for




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a three to five year period of time.) The operational tasks, work plans, were presented to the full Planning Council in mid-March for a progress report
and on June 8, 2006 for a final report; the Plan was approved by the BCCC Administrative Council July of 2006, and distributed for approval to the
BCCC Board of Trustees August of 2006. Work plans can be found by area on pages 27-164. Key elements of the Plan are:


President’s Office (new and continuing initiatives):
Develop the design for building #5 renovations.
Continue land acquisition.
Address NCCCS Performance Measures and Accountability Standards not met.
Evaluate existing and explore new programs.
Supervise and support CIS conversions, BCCC College Academy, and Wachovia Partnership East.
Provide oversight to expansion of nursing programs

        Institutional Effectiveness: Planning - Coordinate the process, development of, and compile the 2006-2011 Institutional
        Effectiveness Plan Report. Evaluation - Evaluate all college services and programs annually. Review and revise, if necessary, the
        Employee Performance Evaluations. Provide analytical information to those requesting or requiring the information (FTE,
        enrollment data, DEP tracking, etc.) Investigate online surveys. Research/Information Resources – Monitor NCCCS Annual
        Reporting Plan. Complete and submit external reports as required (IPEDS, NCHED, Title III). Maintain Electronic Fact Book.
        Maintain Planning and Institutional Effectiveness web page. Grants – Assist all areas with grants. Continue to seek external
        funding as sources for financial support.

        Public Relations/Professional Development/Foundation;
        PR/Marketing – The PR/Marketing Department will enhance the community's awareness of BCCC by maintaining and/or increasing
        the number of student stories featured in local publications. The Department shall also enhance employee and student awareness of
        BCCC activities and accomplishments through the monthly newsletter, Campus Connections, and post it on the BCCC web site.
        The Marketing Committee shall also work with the PR Director to identify potential BCCC markets, develop recruitment and
        retention strategies for reaching those markets, and allocate time and money to implement as many of these strategies as possible.



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        Foundation - The BCCC Foundation shall annually increase the assets of the BCCC Foundation through ongoing fundraising events
        like the Campus Campaign, the golf tournament, the croquet tournament, as well as any other activities that lend themselves to the
        raising money for the College. The BCCCF shall also work to enlarge its donor base through promotional materials, presentations,
        and events that effectively convey the need for scholarship funds and that demonstrate how donations can match the donor’s specific
        interests and goals. The BCCC Foundation will continue to manage and enhance the BCCC Ambassador Program through open
        communication with the students, faculty, and staff.


Administrative Services:
Replace roof on building #3 and upper level of building #1. Continue to train personnel, implement, and monitor the College's new
Computer Information System (CIS). Develop a "help desk" for computer problems and employ a "work order" system to track those
problems. Communicate safety and security procedures to students, faculty, and staff.


Instructional Affairs;
Begin Year One of College Academy. Finalize plans for Year Two of the Academy. Begin Feasibility Study and Planning Process for
Agriculture Biotechnology and Therapeutic Massage A.A.S. programs.


        Allied Health Division: Hire instructors needed for A.D.N. and P.N. program expansion. NAACLS site visit and
        reaccredidation for M.L.T. program. Begin a second cohort class of A.D.N. students in January. Implement new certificate
        programs in Special Education, Early Childhood Admin., School Age, and Infant/Toddlers. Continue working with ECU on
        Partnership East initiative. Add Cosmetology to Allied Health Division.


        Arts and Sciences Division: College Transfer: Continue and refine dual enrollment/Huskins program. Work with Beaufort
        County Schools in implementing College Academy. Establish language lab to open fall 2006. Continue to expand online and
        hybrid class offerings. Developmental Education: Offer ACA 118 (orientation) as a hybrid class. Offer accelerated sections of
        MAT 060/MAT 070.



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       Business Division: Update competency-based course outlines. Investigate strategies to increase enrollment within the
       division. Expand night and online/hybrid offerings. Continue Cisco Academy in conjunction with College Academy.
       BLET/CJC-Build driving track and replace BLET vehicles. Study feasibility of establishing Criminal Justice Technology
       programs in Hyde, Washington, and Tyrrell counties for prison employees.


       Industrial Technology
       Automotive- Maintain NATEF and ASE certification, Paint lab and upgrade restrooms. Electrical/Electronics-Move into new
       classroom. Purchase new equipment for new technologies (OTDR Multimode modules).Mechanical Engineering
       Technology- purchase new engine lathe. Welding Technology-Purchase new EuroMac CNC software, CV-300 Cobramatic
       mig, and CNC robotic welder. Construction Equipment Systems-replace worn out and needed heavy duty tools.


       Learning Resource Center: Work with Beaufort County Schools to establish a second NCIH/Distance Learning classroom at
       BCCC as a part of the College Academy. Increase access to electronic information for students, faculty, and patrons. Provide
       technical support, training and assistance to faculty developing additional Online/Hybrid, and NCIH courses.


Continuing Education;
       Basic Skills: Continue to meet Literacy Education Information System (LEIS) requirements.
       Business and Industry Center: Continue to offer seminars, workshops, short and long courses to benefit businesses in our
       service area. Continue to provide specialized training to meet needs of businesses and industries.
       Community Services: Offer College for Kids. Co-sponsor cultural activities within our service area. Sponsor choral society
       concerts in Beaufort County. Offer classes at Senior Citizen Center using block grant funds. Offer special interest courses on
       a self supporting basis.
       Human Resources Development (HRD): Increase awareness and information of HRD training to the community in our
       four-county area.
       Occupational: Expand course offerings (digital photography, photo enhancement and printing). Continue offering courses
       which lead to Microsoft certification. Explore web design class to include animation, custom sound effects, and personal
       photography. Replace computers in Bldg #8, Room 822 and 823 with Windows XP. Continue to offer initial and in-service
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        training (EMS, Fire, and Rescue). Investigate offering an “Over the Road” truck driver program. Offer certification course for
        independent automobile dealers. Continue Emergency Rescue Technician Training. Implement Paramedic program. Expand
        offering of on-line courses.


Student Services;
Continue to train personnel, implement, and monitor new College Information System. Provide quality on-going services to students,
faculty, and staff with attention given to creating new programs to meet ever-changing student needs and to support the instructional
process. Improve electronic communication with the College students. Implement changes to the department planning process.

    Admissions: Update direct mail pieces targeted to high school students. Sponsor College Night for high school counselors
    and students. Revise intake process. Provide weekly information session for prospective allied health students. Update AH
    Admissions web page. Implement and monitor use of HOBET.
    Career Development: Co-sponsor Job Fair. Set up Career Fair for High School Students.
    Counseling: Plan and implement a transfer student workshop. Implement workshops on sexual harassment, domestic
    violence, stress management, time management, Blackboard, Financial Aid, etc. Increase counseling contacts with distance
    education students and GED students. Refine use of CPT’s on-line. Create a program with surrounding counties to facilitate
    the transition for students with special needs. Expand web-based services for student access to information (Admissions also).



An assessment plan was also developed by each planning unit and subunit. The assessment plan includes benchmarks “expected measurable
outcomes” and a method of assessing the expected outcomes. The assessment plans are part of each page format.


Progress for the BCCC IEP will be recorded at the beginning of the Spring term, a “Mid-Term” report, and at the end of Spring term, an “End-of-the-
Year” report. (Progress is evaluated, accomplishments are reported, data to support expected outcomes is recorded, and suggestions for improvement
are noted.)



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                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                   PLANNING CALENDAR


        In 1983-84 Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) developed a comprehensive long-range planning process with the assistance of a Title III
planning grant. Since that time the College has expanded and refined its planning process to include a process which is renewed annually with the identification of
strategic objectives for the planning period during a cycle which links planning and budgeting.

                                                                            Fall Term
October:                           Review BCCC Vision, Mission, and Goals.                                            Purpose Review Committee
                                   Update Planning Assumptions.                                                       Planning Subcommittee
November:                          Review/revise BCCC Strategic Objectives.                                           Planning Council
                                   Define Expected Outcomes.                                                          Planning Council
                                   Adjust current Long-Range Plan for budget and/or                                   Planning Council
                                           for previous year’s outcome results.

                                                                           Spring Term
Jan-March:                         Review/Revise Unit and Subunit Purposes and Goals.                                 Dept Heads/Div Chrpsns
                                   Develop/Establish new Unit and Subunit Operational Plan “Tasks.”                   Dept Heads/Div Chrpsns
Jan-Feb:                           Mid-Year Progress Report for current plan.                                         Planning Council/Board of Trustees
March-April:                       Develop Operational Long-Range Plan.                                               Dept Heads/Div Chrpsns
                                   Review/revise Unit and Subunit Assessment Plans.                                   Dept Heads/Div Chrpsns

                                                                          Summer Term
May-June:                          "End-of-the-Year" Report.                                                          Planning Council/Board of Trustees
June:                              Present new Long-Range Plan.                                                       Planning Council
July-August:                       Approve new Long-Range.                                                            Admin Council/Board of Trustees
                                   Allocate Budget.                                                                   Administrative Staff

                                                                            Fall Term
Sept:                            Implement new Long-Range Plan.                                                       Dept Heads/Div Chrpsns/Adm



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                                  BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                          PLANNING COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP


Dr. David McLawhorn
President, Beaufort County Community College
                                               Donna Dunn                       Judith Meyer
                                               Chairperson, Business Division   President, Faculty Senate
Gregg Allinson
Chairperson, Allied Health Division            Dell Enecks                      Riley Mills
                                               Faculty Representative           Chairperson, Industrial Tech Division
Amy Bass
PC Secretary                                   Chuck Hauser                     Phillip Price
                                               System Administrator             Dean of Administrative Services
Wesley Beddard
Dean of Instruction                            Chet Jarman                      Doreen K. Richter – PC Chair
                                               Dean of Continuing Education     Director, Plng and Inst. Effectiveness
Dixon Boyles
Chairperson, Arts and Sciences Division        Judy Jennette                    Sandra K. Sauve′
                                               Director, PR/Comm/Foundation     Dean of Student Services
Clay Carter
Director of Evening, Weekend, and              Tracey Johnson                   Penny Sermons
   Off-Campus Programs and Courses             Staff Representative             Director, Learning Resources Center

David Crosby                                   Dorothy Jordan                   Sherry Stotesberry
Chairperson, Technology Committee              Staff Representative             President, Staff Association

Mike Davis                                     Brown McFadden                   Danny Wobbleton
Faculty Representative                         Network Administrator            President, SGA




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                              NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM


                                                      MISSION

The mission of the North Carolina Community College System is to open the door to high-quality, accessible educational
opportunities that minimize barriers to post-secondary education, maximize student success, and improve the lives and
well-being of individuals by providing:

          Education, training and retraining for the workforce, including basic skills and literacy education,
          occupational, and pre-baccalaureate programs.

          Support for economic development through services to and in partnership with business and
          industry.

          Services to communities and individuals which improve the quality of life.

                                                  Strategic Initiatives

Goal 1 – Economic and Workforce Development To support NC businesses, industries and citizens in growing the
         NC economy and to enhance the level of workforce technology by preparing competent workers.

Goal 2 – Enrollment Management To meet increasing diverse learners’ needs through innovative nontraditional and
         traditional programs.

Goal 3 – Accountability in the Use of Technology To assess the effective and efficient use of information technology.

Goal 4 – Development of Resources To account for and equitably distribute appropriations and to continuously analyze
         and articulate resources necessary to fulfill the North Carolina Community College System mission.




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                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                        OUR VISION


Beaufort County Community College will be an innovative community leader,
    providing an open door to the future through educational opportunity,
                      economic development, and public service.



 Reviewed and Approved:
     BCCC Mission Review Committee, 9-10-02, 9-22-04
     BCCC Administrative Council, 9-25-02, 9-30-04
     BCCC Board of Trustees, 10-01-02, 10-05-04




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                                                 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                                                    MISSION

Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college with a commitment to provide accessible and
    affordable quality education, relevant training, and lifelong learning opportunities for the people served by the College.

                                                                    GOALS

                             1. To provide a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence.
                             2. To maintain a positive learning environment for a diverse population.
                             3. To provide support services which enhance and encourage the potential for personal
                                  and educational growth.
                             4. To offer opportunities for adults to master basic skills.
                             5. To promote the development of work force training and retraining.
                             6. To offer services to business and industry designed to enhance economic development.
                             7. To develop opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
                             8. To seek and develop additional resources necessary to achieve the goals and
                                  objectives of the College.
                             9. To integrate leading-edge technology into all instructional and support areas.
                           10. To improve the services of the College through a continuous evaluation and revision
                                  of goals and objectives, instruction, programs, and administrative organization.

         Reviewed, Revised, and Approved:                                        Reviewed and Approved:
                 BCCC Mission Review Committee, 11-13-98, 9-29-04                    BCCC Mission Review Committee, 9-19-00, 9-10-02
                 BCCC Administrative Council, 11-25-98, 9-30-04                      BCCC Administrative Council, 10-25-00, 9-25-02
                 BCCC Board of Trustees, 12-01-98, 10-05-04                          BCCC Board of Trustees, 10-03-00, 10-01-02



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             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ~Profile~




President             Dr. David McLawhorn

Location              Highway 264 East, Washington, NC 27889/Beaufort County, 252 946-6194

Service Area          Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell, and Washington Counties

Accreditation         Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Type                  Public Comprehensive Co-educational Community College

Curriculum Programs   Associate Degrees: Applied Science, Arts, General Education, and Science
                      Diplomas
                      Certificates

Continuing Education Programs      Basic Skills               Human Resources Development (HRD)
                                   Business and Industry      Occupational
                                   Community Services
Calendar              Semester

Enrollment            Unduplicated Annual Headcount, 2004-05: 2,124 curriculum, 6,008 continuing education
                      Unduplicated Fall Headcount, 2005: 1,463 curriculum, 2,513 continuing education

Faculty               71 Full-time, 137 Part-time (October, 2005)

Semester Tuition      In-State (16 or more hours):            $632.00
                      Out-of-State (16 or more hours):       $3,512.00

Total Campus Area     80 acres, 11 buildings all networked

Annual Operating Budget            Approximately $17 million


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                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ~Milestones~




•1960 - Practical Nursing Program initiated.                                                      •1988 - Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaffirmed accreditation.
•1962 - Industrial Education Center added to include 3 – 4 vocational courses.                    •1990 - Local bond referendum passed for construction of Continuing Education
•1963 - Became a branch of Lenoir Co. Technical Institute.                                               /Community Services bldg.
•1964 - Became a branch of Pitt Technical Institute.                                              •1992 - Continuing Education/Community Services building completed.
•1966 - First full-time director/president hired.                                                 •1993 - State bond referendum passed to fund construction of Student Services/Science building.
•1967 - Chartered as Beaufort County Technical Institute.                                         •1996 - Student Services/Science building completed.
•1969 - Permanent site purchased and construction begun on the first building, Graham Elliott.    •1997 - North Carolina Community College System Re-engineering program completed.
•1971 - Elliot Building completed.                                                                         •Conversion to the semester system implemented
•1973 - Received full accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.                 •Additional 13 acres of land purchased for future expansion
•1974 - Vocational/laboratory building completed and named for Delmar Keech.                      •1998 - Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaffirmed accreditation.
•1977 - Nursing/Allied Health building completed and named for Katie G. Paul.                     •1999 - Went online with BCCC classes.
•1978 - Vocational building completed.                                                            •2000 - Completed work on Learning Resources Center expansion.
•1978 - Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reaffirmed accreditation.                    •2000 - Statewide community college bond referendum passes; BCCC to receive $7.2 million.
•1979 - Name changed to Beaufort County Community College.                                        •2003 - Law Enforcement/EMS/Fire Service Personnel Training Center building completed.
•1979 - College Transfer program added.                                                           •2003 - Building 7 replaced and upgraded to house HEATT programs.
•1982 - Learning Resources building completed.                                                    •2006 - Building 11 construction completed.




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                                                  BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                         PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS, 2006-2007

Demographic

1. The population of the BCCC service-area counties is not expected to change more than 1.9% by the year 2015. (2005 State Profiles, Woods and Poole
   Economics)
                                                       SERVICE AREA POPULATION: PROJECTIONS

                                                              2005            2010                    2015
                                        Beaufort             45,720          46,610                 47,650
                                        Hyde                  5,560           5,560                  5,600
                                        Tyrrell               4,180           4,100                  4,290
                                        Washington           13,400          13,430                 13,500


                                        TOTAL**              68,860          69,700          1.2%   71,040          1.9%


  The median age of the service-area population is not projected to climb from 2005 to 2015. (2005 State Profiles, Woods and Poole Economics)

                                                   MEDIAN AGE BY COUNTY AND STATE: PROJECTIONS

                                                                      2005            2010                   2015

                                        Beaufort                      41.1            41.9                   42.3
                                        Hyde                          41.6            41.5                   41.7
                                        Tyrrell                       39.3            39.7                   40.0
                                        Washington                    39.8            39.3                   37.6

                                        (4-county average)            40.4            40.5                   40.4
                                        NC                            35.8            36.4                   36.6


2. The average number of single parent households compared to the total number of family households in the service area is 28% based on the 2000 Census.
   (Beaufort County, 24%; Hyde County, 26%; Tyrrell County, 31%; Washington County, 31%, and the state of NC, 24%)

3. The age group of 20-54 will make up a smaller percentage of our service area dropping from 43.9 percent to 41.3 percent. This represents the target age for
   curriculum offerings. (2005 State Profiles, Woods and Poole Economics)



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                          POPULATION BY AGE GROUP: PROJECTIONS

                               2005                     2010                             2015
AGE 9 & BELOW     #      % of TOTAL **     #      % of TOTAL **             #      % of TOTAL **
Beaufort         5,930          13.0%     6,130          13.2%             6,230          13.1%
Hyde              520            9.4%      540            9.7%              560           10.0%
Tyrrell           430           10.3%      460           11.2%              460           10.7%
Washington       1,780          13.2%     1,850          13.8%             1,930          14.3%
                 8,660          12.6%     8,980          12.9%    3.7%     9,180          12.9%    2.2%

AGE 10-19
Beaufort         5,740          12.6%     5,630          12.1%             5,960          12.5%
Hyde              650           11.7%      620           11.2%              560           10.0%
Tyrrell           530           12.7%      460           11.2%              470           11.0%
Washington       1,900          14.2%     1,770          13.2%             1,750          13.0%
                 8,820          12.8%     8,480          12.2%    -3.9%    8,740          12.3%    3.1%


AGES 20-39
Beaufort         9,520          20.8%    10,480          22.5%            10,370          21.8%
Hyde             1,480          26.6%     1,510          27.2%             1,560          27.9%
Tyrrell          1,170          28.0%     1,210          29.5%             1,230          28.7%
Washington       3,040          22.7%     3,190          23.8%             3,410          25.3%
                15,210          22.1%    16,390          23.5%    7.8%    16,570          23.3%    1.1%

AGE 40-54
Beaufort         9,840          22.5%     9,330          20.0%             8,730          18.3%
Hyde             1,310          23.6%     1,190          21.4%             1,080          19.3%
Tyrrell          1,010          24.2%      880           21.5%              900           21.0%
Washington       2,820          21.0%     2,490          18.5%             2,090          15.5%
                14,980          21.8%    13,890          19.9%    -7.3%   12,800          18.0%    -7.8%


AGE 55 & over
Beaufort        12,810          28.0%    14,210          30.5%            16,210          34.0%
Hyde             1,620          29.1%     1,720          30.9%             1,830          32.7%
Tyrrell          1,040          24.9%     1,120          27.3%             1,260          29.4%
Washington       3,867          28.8%     4,190          31.2%             4,300          31.9%
                19,330          28.1%    21,240          30.5%    9.9%    23,600          33.2% 11.1%



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4. Agricultural employment will continue to decline. Manufacturing/retail/service employment in the BCCC service area will be stable. Economic
   development initiatives (Committee of 100, Economic Development Commission, Chamber of Commerce) may have potential growth in service sectors
   and small manufacturing enterprises.

5. Per capita income in the BCCC service area is significantly lower than the North Carolina state average; continued affordability of training and services
   will affect enrollment at BCCC and the provision of programs and services. (US Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Accounts
   Annually Adjusted Data, 10/05).
                                                                    BCCC SERVICE AREA PER CAPITA INCOME

                                       US              NC          Beaufort         Hyde        Tyrrell     Washington            (average)         % < NC     % < US
                          1999         $27,939         $25,560       $20,630         $15,897     $15,376         $19,145            $17,762          31%        36%
                          2000         $29,847         $27,971       $22,441         $19,037     $17,571         $20,198            $19,812          29%        34%
                          2001         $30,527         $27,501       $22,220         $19,970     $19,504         $20,884            $20,645          25%        32%
                          2002         $30,906         $27,785       $22,311         $19,420     $18,800         $20,969            $20,375          27%        34%
                          2003         $31,472         $28,071       $23,324         $20,564     $19,082         $21,239            $21,052          25%        33%


  In addition, unemployment for the BCCC service area continues to be higher than that of the State and the Nation. (NC Employment Security
  Commission. Raleigh, NC. October, 2005.)

                                            UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY COUNTY AND STATE (ADJUSTED ANNUALLY)

                                                                      Beaufort         Hyde      Tyrrell      Washington             NC       US
                                                             1997          7.0%        6.9%       8.4%              5.9%           3.6%   4.9%
                                                             1998          7.9%        7.0%       8.1%              7.4%           3.5%   4.5%
                                                             1999          7.5%        6.2%       8.3%              5.9%           3.2%   4.2%
                                                             2000          7.6%        6.4%       9.1%              6.3%           3.6%   4.0%
                                                             2001          9.9%        6.9%       8.4%              7.4%           5.5%   4.7%
                                                             2002         10.2%        6.8%       9.4%              8.5%           6.7%   5.8%
                                                             2003          9.7%        7.4%       9.3%              8.9%           6.5%   6.0%
                                                             2004          7.1%        6.9%       7.1%              7.4%           5.5%   5.5%



                                2005             Jan        Feb     Mar       Apr     May      June    July      Aug       Sept    Oct    Nov      Dec     ANN. AVG.
                         Beaufort                7.6%       7.9%    6.9%      6.6%     6.7%     6.9%      7.6%   7.1%
                         Hyde                    10.5% 11.5%        9.6%      6.1%     5.4%     5.0%      4.8%   4.6%
                         Tyrrell                 9.6% 10.4% 10.7% 10.6%                5.8%     5.6%      5.5%   5.1%
                         Washington              7.8%       8.6%    7.3%      6.9%     6.7%     7.0%      7.0%   6.5%


                          NC                     5.5%       5.9%    5.2%      5.1%     5.0%     5.5%      5.9%   5.5%
                          US                     5.7%       5.8%    5.4%      4.9%     4.9%     5.2%      5.2%   4.9%
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6. The diversity of the BCCC service will increase with the impact of the Hispanic population. (2005 State Profiles, Woods and Poole Economics)
                           2005       % Total Pop.           2010       % Change     % Total Pop.                2015     % Change   % Total Pop.
          WHITE
          Beaufort         31,100             45.2%          31,670         2%          45.4%                    32,280     2%          45.4%
          Hyde             3,400              4.9%           3,370         -1%          4.8%                     3,350      -1%         4.7%
          Tyrrell          2,180              3.2%           2,160         -1%          3.1%                     2,160      0%          3.0%
          Washington       6,240              9.1%           6,130         -2%          8.8%                     6,030      -2%         8.5%
          Subtotal         42,920             62.3%          43,330         1%          62.2%                    43,820     1%          61.7%
          BLACK
          Beaufort         12,800             18.6%          12,850         0%          18.4%                    12,980     1%          18.3%
          Hyde             2,020              2.9%           2,040          1%          2.9%                     2,080      2%          2.9%
          Tyrrell          1,720              2.5%           1,730          1%          2.5%                     1,760      2%          2.5%
          Washington       6,740              9.8%           6,840          1%          9.8%                     6,980      2%          9.8%
          Subtotal         23,280             33.8%          23,460         1%          33.7%                    23,800     1%          33.5%
          OTHER
          Beaufort          220               0.3%            240           9%          0.3%                      270       13%         0.4%
          Hyde               40               0.1%            40            0%          0.1%                      40        0%          0.1%
          Tyrrell            50               0.1%            50            0%          0.1%                      60        20%         0.1%
          Washington        110               0.2%            120           9%          0.2%                      140       17%         0.2%
          Subtotal          420               0.6%            450           7%          0.6%                      510       13%         0.7%
          HISPANIC
          Beaufort         1,530              2.2%           1,810         18%          2.6%                     2,110      17%         3.0%
          Hyde              100               0.1%            120          20%          0.2%                      130       8%          0.2%
          Tyrrell           230               0.3%            260          13%          0.4%                      310       19%         0.4%
          Washington        360               0.5%            410           4%          0.6%                      430       5%          0.6%
          Subtotal         2,220              3.2%           2,600         17%          3.7%                     2,980      15%         4.2%

          TOTAL POP.       68,860                            69,700        1.2%                                  71,040     1.9%


7. The economy of the BCCC service area will influence curriculum development decisions for the College.

8. The estimated poverty rate in the four-county BCCC service area for 2002 was 20.9%. This population will continue to be disproportionately comprised
   of rural people, the elderly, women, children, and minorities. (“Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates,” US Census Bureau Web Site. October 2005.)

                                                                     2000 CENSUS                2002 estimated
                                    Beaufort                            17.1%                      17.0%
                                    Hyde                                21.6%                      21.9%
                                    Tyrrell                             24.9%                      24.9%
                                    Washington                          20.4%                      19.9%
                                                                     2000 CENSUS                2002 estimated


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                                      (4-county average)                   21%                          20.9%
                                      NC                                  11.7%                         12.9%


9. The 65 and older population in the service area is projected to increase by the year 2015 to comprise 19.3% of the population. (2005
   State Profiles, Woods and Poole Economics)

                                               2005        % of pop       2010         % of pop   % increase     2015    % of pop   % increase
              Beaufort                         7,510         16.4%        8,290        17.8%                     9,470   19.9%
              Hyde                              980          17.6%         990         17.8%                     1,030   18.4%
              Tyrrell                           630          15.1%         640         15.6%                      670    15.6%
              Washington                       2,160         16.1%        2,390        17.8%                     2,520   18.7%
                               Subtotal      11,280          16.3%       12,310        17.7%        1.2%        13,690   19.3%        1.6%
              TOTAL POP.                      69,320                     70,080                                 71,000


Social, Political, and Industrial

1. Government at all levels will emphasize accountability by all public agencies and institutions. More efficient management will be expected,
   if not legislated.

2. Reporting and informational requirements placed on colleges and universities will continue to increase.

3. The image of the College held by governmental agencies and the general public will become increasingly important as a credential for maintaining
   financial support and the recruitment of new industry.

4. Funding for innovation or expansion (of programs and facilities) will depend heavily on the political strength of the College at the local, state, and
   federal levels. This strength will be highly correlated with the quality of educational programming (product) that the College offers.

5. Manufacturing will use more sophisticated technology and employ people who are more skilled. This will necessitate on-going training and upgrade.

6. Most new jobs in the service area of the College will be in trade, services, and small businesses.

7. Most new jobs will require good communication and technical skills as well as a positive work ethic.

8. Jobs, current and future will require an increasing global perspective and will be globally competitive.


Students and Enrollment

1. Students will seek knowledge and skills and credentials where required that will increase their marketability in the globally competitive market.

2. Student diversity will require increasing flexibility in curriculum/continuing education offerings and delivery in order to remain both competitive and
   effective.

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3. The overall enrollment at BCCC will reflect high school graduation rates and economic factors. (Statistical Profiles for 2004, Table 14: NC Department
   of Public Instruction; and NC Division of Non-Public Education, most recent data available, October, 2005.)

                            PERCENT OF SERVICE-AREA POPULATION OVER 25 NOT COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL

                                                                   Beaufort                                  25%
                                                                   Hyde                                     31.6%
                                                                   Tyrrell                                  33.7%
                                                                   Washington                               30.1%

                                                                   4-county average                         30.1%
                                                                   NC                                       21.9%
                                                                   US                                       19.6%


                                               PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

                            2005        2006            2007                  2008               2009                 2010             2011              2012           2013
             Beaufort        412         402   -2%       422       5%          395     -6%         420      6%         443      5%      378      -15%     371    -2%     373
                Hyde          40          47   18%        54      15%           59       9%           57   -3%          54     -5%       41      -24%      43    5%       39
               Tyrrell        60          50   -17%       48      -4%           47     -2%            48    2%          55     15%       46      -16%      50    9%       28
          Washington         102         119   17%       106     -11%          133     25%         111     -17%        119      7%      111      -7%      104    -6%      98


             Svc Area        614         618      1%     630       2%          634       1%        636      0%         671      6%      576      -14%     568    -1%     538
             NC State     72,559    75,983        5%   78,697      4%        80,277      2%     80,351      0%      80,851      1%    79,081     -2%    79,789   1%    78,263


                                                   NC HOME SCHOOL ESTIMATED ENROLLMENT

                                                                1999-2000     2000-2001       2001-2002    2002-2003    2003-2004     2004-2005
                                   Beaufort                        114           146             198          235          273           299
                                   Hyde                             42            48              65           53           63            74
                                   Tyrrell                          22            46              70           65           74            78
                                   Washington                       34            40              61           52           55            53

                                   Service Area                   212            280            394           405             465        504
                                   NC                            27,978         33,860         46,909        51,571          54,501     58,780


4. Female students will continue to constitute the majority of the curriculum enrollment of the College. (BCCC Systems Administrator, End-of-semester
   report; BCCC Admissions)



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5. Because of economic necessity and diverse work schedules of prospective students, it is anticipated that greater flexibility in course scheduling, delivery,
   and programming will be required.

6. An increase in the number of "retirees" in the BCCC service area will cause some need for adaptability in program and continuing education offerings.

7. Students will require expanded services (e.g., programs, organizations, child care, and transportation) to meet ever changing educational and life style
    needs.

8. As the economic climate improves, BCCC will continue to be challenged to achieve enrollment growth.

9. A significant number of students at BCCC will be under prepared for college work. The average number and percentage of individuals who, according to
   the BCCC Placement Test, qualify for the following developmental education services will increase.

             PLACEMENT TESTING DATA FOR DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION CLASSES – duplicated count


                                                            2001-2002         2002-2003         2003-2004         2004-2005
                                 Reading                     600        40%    638        41%    634        58%    517        62%
                                 English                     462        31%    459        30%    447        41%    402        48%
                                 Math                        669        45%    717        46%    621        57%    568        68%
                                 Orientation                 524        35%    541        35%    508        46%    193        23%


                                 One or More Classes         910        61%    962        62%    927        85%    795        95%
                                 Two or More Classes         525        35%    544        35%    488        45%    455        55%


                                 Total # Tested             1,500              1,555             1,095             834

               SOURCE: BCCC STUDENT SERVICES, Testing/Data Assistant

Information Technology

1. Since work and education will take place in an environment permeated by technology, students will need to be involved in learning situations that enable
   them to learn and improve technology skills.

2. Given the growing numbers of students in basic skills and developmental programs, BCCC will need to use technology effectively to address educational
   needs of underserved and undereducated adults.

3. Partnerships with other agencies, companies, schools, and/or organizations will be necessary to increase accessibility to technology for all citizens.

4. Although an increasing number of people will have access to information technology resources, BCCC will need to continue to play a major role in closing
   the digital divide (information technology “have and have nots”) across the service area.

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5. Because of the shortened life cycle of both hardware and software and the on-going costs for maintenance and support, information technology must be
   regarded as an on-going operational cost.

6. The growing needs of distance learners must be addressed through maintaining and sustaining the communication infrastructure and through using
   technology to promote academic success.

7. The distance learning environment makes geographical and service area boundaries less meaningful. Therefore, BCCC must continue to reassess policies
   and procedures in light of the competitive market for students and faculty that distance education programs create.

8. Distance education offerings and enrollment will increase.

Revenues and Appropriations

1. Current state funding formula limits funding to colleges not experiencing significant growth. This funding shortfall may result in capping enrollment or
   eliminating selected courses/programs.

2. Recruiting and maintaining qualified faculty and staff will be dependent on providing competitive salaries and benefit packages.

3. Major technological changes will affect the ability of the College to maintain up-to-date equipment, curricula, instructional support, and delivery systems.

4. Title III, a major source of equipment and professional development funds, will expire in one year.

5. The need for county appropriations for operational costs will increase.

6. The College will have to rely increasingly on alternative sources of funds from the private sector, foundations, and other external resources for innovation,
   improvements, and the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment.

Staffing and Personnel

1. A significant replacement of personnel will be needed over the next 3-5 years as a result of retirements.

2. Limited revenue growth and a growing number of underprepared students will increase the demands on full-time faculty and support staff.

3. Demands will be made on the College by accrediting agencies and local employers to upgrade the professional qualifications of faculty and staff.

4. Distance education and off-campus offerings will challenge faculty and support services.

Program Directions

1. Providing specialized training and/or retraining for specific businesses, industries, and occupational groups will become an increasingly significant
   role for BCCC will continue to play a significant role in economic development.

2. Technological change in the work place will place even greater demands for updating instructional programs.
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3. There will be a greater emphasis placed on business/industry/education partnerships in the educational process.

4. Basic Skills and developmental education will be required by students who are not prepared to succeed at the college level.

5. Information technology must be made available to provide students with adequate learning resources.

6. There will be a continued reliance on alternative delivery of instruction (e.g. Mobile Computer Lab, Internet, NCIH, and Co-op classes).

7. Proposed and existing curricula must be evaluated and financially and/or educationally justified.

Competition

1. Competition for students and qualified personnel will continue.

2. Competition for the available time of potential students will increase.

3. Competition for funding, traditional and alternative, will increase.


                                                                     Data Sources:

                        County Unemployment Statistics, North Carolina Employment Security Commission, October, 2005.

                    “State Personal Per Capita Income" Bureau of Economic Analysis. Economic Policy and Research Division,
                                      North Carolina Department of Commerce, Raleigh NC, October, 2005.

                               "2003-2005 Systems Plan" North Carolina Community College System, August, 2004.

                                          State Library of North Carolina, August/September, 2005
                                                   “Census Data, Population and Housing”
                             “County and Regional Scans” "EDIS Scans" North Carolina Department of Commerce
                        Woods & Poole Economics, Inc. "2005 State Profiles." 194 Columbia Road, Washington DC 20009.




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    BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE


                      CRITICAL ISSUE

“CONFRONTING CURRENT LOW/NO-GROWTH REALITY”


  STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: SHORT RANGE GOALS, 2005-2010


      1. Respond to Funding Challenges.

      2. Communicate College offerings, value, and potential.

      3. Inspire, allow, and reward innovation.

      4. Design work group plans addressing objectives listed above.




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                                                      BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                                                                        MISSION
                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (BCCC) IS A PUBLIC COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE WITH
                                A COMMITMENT TO PROVIDE ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE QUALITY EDUCATION, RELEVANT TRAINING,
                                          AND LIFELONG LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PEOPLE SERVED BY THE COLLEGE.
                                                                                         Goals
           1 = To provide a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence. 2 = To maintain a positive learning environment for a diverse population.
     3 = To provide support services which enhance and encourage the potential for personal and educational growth. 4 = To offer opportunities for adults to master basic skills.
  5 = To promote the development of work force training and retraining. 6 = To offer services to business and industry designed to enhance economic development. 7 = To develop
 opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life. 8 = To seek and develop additional resources necessary to achieve the goals and objectives of the College. 9 = To
  integrate leading-edge technology into all instructional and support areas. 10 = To improve the services of the College through a continuous evaluation and revision of goals and
                                                objectives, instruction, programs, and administrative organization. 11 = All of the above


                                 2006-2007 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES - Critical Issue: “Confronting Current No/Low-growth Reality”

                                                                      1. Respond to Funding Challenges
                                                           North Carolina Community College System Critical Issue #2.

BCCC                                                                                                                       ACTUAL OUTCOME
                          EXPECTED OUTCOME                                AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY                                                                      COMMENTS
GOAL #                                                                                                                         RESULT


  11        College will continue to investigate ways to raise                          Office of the President
            employee salaries to SREB averages.                                        Administrative Services


  11        At least one privately endowed scholarship will be                 PR/Communications/Foundation
            established annually.


  11        The BCCC Foundation will continue to grow through                  PR/Communications/Foundation
            gifts and investments.


  11        Grant funding of special projects will continue to          Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
            supplement state, local, and federal funds.

  11        BCCC finances will continue to be audit exception free.                    Administrative Services

  11        The BCCC College Academy will give the College an                              Instructional Affairs
            opportunity to offer college-level classes to the service
            area high school students increasing the college
            attendance rate of area high school graduates and the
            likelihood of FTE growth.



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                                                     2. Communicate College Offerings, Value, and Potential
                                                     North Carolina Community College System Critical Issue #5.

11   College will continue to advertise offerings in local           PR/Communications/Foundation
     mailings, newspapers, radio, email, and TV.                          Office of Student Services


11   College will highlight student successes in Campus              PR/Communications/Foundation
     Connections and local newspapers.

11   College personnel will deliver presentations or arrange                          All Departments
     presentations at local civic and community
     organizations to communicate College offerings, value,
     and potential.

11   College will continue to provide print and electronic                            Student Services
     information to the local high schools, maintain dialog
     with high school personnel, and promote course/class
     partnerships.




                                                             3. Inspire, allow, and reward innovation
                                                     North Carolina Community College System Critical Issue #3.

11   At least two new curriculum programs will be                               Instructional Affairs
     investigated.

11   Distance learning initiatives and offerings will be                        Instructional Affairs
     encouraged and supported.

11   BCCC SBC will partner with at least four different                        Continuing Education
     service-area businesses and industries.

11   All faculty and staff will be honored each year with an                  Office of the President
     appreciation lunch.

11   One faculty and one staff will be selected annually as                  BCCC Faculty/Senate
     “Outstanding Faculty/Staff person of the Year.”                        BCCC Staff Association
                                                                                BCCC Foundation

11   Professional development activities will be available to                Administrative Services
     faculty and staff.




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                                                4. Design work group plans addressing objectives listed above.
                                                  North Carolina Community College System Critical Issue #1-5.

11   All campus area work groups will be a part of the                                All Departments
     planning and assessment process.

11   Work groups will, as appropriate, incorporate College                            All Departments
     Strategic Objectives in their Plan development.

11   BCCC Institutional Effectiveness Planning and           Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
     Assessment will be completed by June and presented
     to the Administrative Council and Board of Trustees
     for approval before Fall semester.




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BCCC PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
          2006-2011
                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                 2006-2011 Long-Range Planning and Assessment Units and Subunits
                                                                        (Planning units are “circled” - subunits are not.)



                                                                                            PRESIDENT



     ADMINISTRATIVE                Instructional Affairs                       CONTINUING                   INSTITUTIONAL                 PUBLIC RELATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                           STUDENT SERVICES
       SERVICES                      CURRICULUM                                EDUCATION                   EFFECTIVENESS                  /COMMUNICATIONS


Business Office,                                                      Basic Skills,                     Planning, Evaluation,          Public Relations/Communications,   Admissions, Career Center,
Bookstore,                              Allied Health                 Business and Industry,              Research (data/information   BCCC Foundation                    Counseling, Financial Aid,
Campus Police,                                                        Community Services,                 resources), and Grants                                          and Registrar/Records
Network Adm Services,              Assoc Degree Nursing,              HRD-Human Resource Development,
Personnel,                         Cosmetology, Early                 and Occupational Training
Plant Maintenance and Operation,   Childhood, Human Services
Print Shop/Mail and Supply Room,   Medical Lab Technology,
and Systems Adm Services           and Practical Nursing


                                     Arts and Sciences

                                   AA and AS, Developmental
                                   Education, and General Education


                                          Business

                                   Accounting, Business Adminis, BLET,
                                   CJC, Computer Information Technology,
                                   Networking Technology, Programming,
                                   Office Systems, and Medical Office
                                   Administration

                                   Industrial Technology

                                   Automotive Systems, Electrical Engineering,
                                   Electronics Engineering, HEATT/Construction
                                   Equipment Systems, Mechanical Engineering
                                   (ME), ME/Drafting and Design, and Welding

                                    Learning Resources
                                       Center (LRC)
                                   Library Services, Media/Graphics, and A/V
                                   Electronic Distance Learning
                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3


Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                  UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1. Provide supervision, management,
   and support for the total College.
                                                                                                                 1.A. All external     1.A. Faculty/Staff and
1.A. Meet the goals of and update the                                                                            and internal          Current Student
     campus master plan and facilities                                                                           surveys will rate     Evaluation of
     maintenance plan.                                                                                           BCCC facilities       College Programs and
                                                                                                                 favorably.            Services, Spring 2007
     Expend remaining State Bond funds       06-07            1           $300,000.
     for roof renovations (Bldgs. #1 and
     #3).                                                                                                                               BCCC Community
                                                                                                                                       Satisfaction Survey,
     Begin design phase for renovations      06-07                      Contingent on                                                  2007-2008.
     of Bldg. #5.                                                        allocation of
                                                                           funds for
                                                                           HB2108.

     Oversee the naming of streets and       06-07                         $10,000.
     parking lots.

     Construct a 300x300 rock driving        06-07                       Golden Leaf
     pad for CDL classes.                                                  funding
                                                                          required.

     Follow up with DOT about location       06-07
     of BCCC entrances.

     Direct efforts for land acquisition     06-07                        $300,000.
     for future growth of campus.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #:                 1-10      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.B. Maintain an atmosphere conducive                                                                            1.B. All external     1.B. Faculty/Staff and
     to the delivery and accessibility of                                                                        and internal          Current Student
     high quality BCCC programs and                                                                              surveys will rate     Evaluation of College
     services.                                                                                                   BCCC programs         Programs and
                                                                                                                 and services          Services, Spring 2007
      Support planning and evaluation         06-07           1                                                  favorably.
as    required by NCCCS and SACS.

      Support distance learning               06-07           2
      initiatives (Virtual Learning
      Community) for the BCCC
      service area.
                                                                                                                                        BCCC Community
      Monitor BCCC status of the              06-07           2                                                                        Satisfaction Survey,
      NCCCS Performance Measures                                                                                                       2007-2008.
      and Standards. (Address measures
      and standards not met.)

      Study and analyze the community         06-07           1
      educational needs and interests
      periodically.

        -Encourage the development of         06-07           1
         new programs based on needs
         and interests of community.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.B. (Con’t.)

        -Encourage the use of                06-07            3
         appropriate new technologies
         to improve instruction and
         administrative processes.

        -Consider needs for CIS
          conversion.

      Monitor all aspects of the campus-     06-07            1
      wide technology plan.

1.C. Enhance the management of human
     resources.

      Explore the benefits of conversion     06-07
      to NCFlex program for College.

      Encourage faculty and staff            06-11            1            $15,000
      professional development.                                           (if budget
                                                                            allows)

      Conduct an employee appreciation       06-07            1             $2,000.
      event.

      Increase faculty and staff salary      06-07            1          Dependent on
      levels toward state averages per                                   State Budget.
      position considering experience
      and degree levels.
COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.C. (Con’t.)
      Continue to encourage and               06-11           1                                                   BCCC Diversity         Documentation on
      support a campus climate that                                                                              Plan will be          file
      recognizes and values the                                                                                  updated annually.
      diversity of students, faculty, and
      staff.
2. Working with the Board of
   Trustees, assess the needs of the
   service area community and design
   policies, programs, and services to
   meet those needs.
2.A. Promote community interest and           06-11                                                              2.A. All external     2.A. Faculty/Staff and
     awareness in BCCC services and                                                                              and internal          Current Student
     opportunities.                                                                                              surveys will rate     Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                 BCCC programs         Programs and
      Conduct orientations and campus         06-07           1             $500.
                                                                                                                 favorably.            Services, Spring 2007
      tours for new trustees, foundation
      board members, and public
      officials.
                                                                                                                                        BCCC Community
      Continue information sharing            06-07           1                                                                        Satisfaction Survey,
      sessions for area elected officials.                                                                                             2007-2008.
      Monitor BCCC’s advertising to           06-07
      more effectively present College
      programs and services to the
      public. (Refer to Public Relations/
                                                                        Total needed is
      PR unit plan.)
                                                                         $1,052,663
      Continue to provide oversight to        06-11           1           (includes
      expansion of the Nursing                                          BCCC in kind
      programs.                                                            support.)

COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                  UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


2.A. (Con’t.)
     Facilitate establishment of BCCC        06-07
     as a hub site for the Northeast                                         TBA.
     Consortium of Wachovia
     Partnership East.

     Continue negotiation with Martin        06-07
     County Community Action to lease                                        TBA.
     space for a Head Start preschool
     program on campus.

2.B. Promote economic development of                                                                             2.B. Special          2.B. Presentations to
     the BCCC service area while                                                                                 populations or        BCCC Foundation,
     maintaining and enhancing current                                                                           selected groups of    Advisory Committee,
     economic development services.                                                                              BCCC’s service        Board of Trustees, and
                                                                                                                 area will be more     local civic and
     Continue participation in workforce     06-11                                                               informed of the       community groups.
     training and development (e.g.                           2                                                  value added
     Beaufort County Job Link Center                                                                             benefit to the
     and Beaufort-Hyde Construction                                                                              service area
     Training Center Project).                                                                                   community.

     Participate in the workforce            06-11
     training efforts with the Beaufort                       2
     County Economic Development
     Commission, Committee of
     100, NC Northeast Partnership
     (Education and Training Task
     Force) and service area Chambers
     of Commerce.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET     PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


3. Represent the interest of the College
   off campus (e.g. interact with local
   governments in the service area,
   NCCCS, and other state and federal
   agencies).
                                                                                                                 3.A. BCCC’s           3.A. NCCCS Annual
3.A. Strive for financial stability through                                                                      annual financial      Financial Audit for
     the management and development                                                                              audit will continue   community colleges
     of college resources.                                                                                       to report no audit
                                                                                                                 exceptions.
       Support and participate in fund-        06-07          1
       raising activities of the BCCC
       Foundation.

       Present local budget requests to        06-07          1
       the Beaufort County
       Commissioners.

       Support all efforts to enhance          06-07          1
       funding of small rural colleges.

       Seek grants from public, local,         06-07          1
       state, federal, and private sources.
                                                                                                                 3.B. BCCC will        3.B. CSF Spring
3.B. Support state strategic goals.                                                                              meet or exceed        Report.
                                                                                                                 state CSF averages    NCCCS Performance
       Support regional collaboration.         06-07          1                                                  and NCCCS             Measures and
                                                                                                                 Performance           Standards Report
                                                                                                                 Measures and
                                                                                                                 Standards.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                        METHOD OF               ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET     PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                   ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                       DOCUMENTATION              RESULT


3.B. (Con’t.)
       Monitor progress toward meeting         06-07          2
       the critical success factors and
       NCCCS Performance Measures
       and Standards.

       Promote Tech-Prep and other             06-07          3
       school-to-work programs.


3.C. Foster cooperative relationships          06-11          3                                                  3.C. BCCC will           3.C. President will be
     with civic, governmental, and                                                                               have the                 part of Chambers of
     professional business associations                                                                          opportunity to           Commerce in the
     on a local, regional, and state level.                                                                      provide input in         service area, NC
                                                                                                                 state and local          Community College
     Hold combined annual meeting              06-07          1                                                  affairs (e.g. com-       Presidents Assoc, NC
     with                                                                                                        munity activities,       Citizens for Business
     Beaufort County Public School                                                                               economic                 and Industry, and
     Board and Board of Trustees.                                                                                decisions, local and     NCCCS ad hoc
                                               06-07          1                                                  state policies, etc.).   committees.
     Maintain membership and attend
     relevant workshops in professional
     associations (e.g. AACC, NC
     Association of Community College
     Trustees).




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10 Critical Issue: Confronting Current No/Low Growth Reality              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings
              are representative of the needs of the College community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.
                   2. Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.
                   3. Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center at Beaufort County Community College.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET     PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


1. Provide programs of study leading         06-11
   to associate degree, diplomas, and
   certificates which reflect community
   needs.
     Assess community needs through          06-07         1                                                  New programs will Advisory
     Curriculum Advisory Committees,                                                                         be investigated as Committees’ minutes
     Chamber of Commerce, Economic                                                                           identified through
     Development Commission, and                                                                             internal and
     industry input. (SO 2)                                                                                  external sources.
     Investigate, support, and coordinate    06-07         1
     divisional efforts to provide new
     programs and activities in addition
     to maintaining and enhancing
     existing programs for all on-
     campus and off-campus offerings.
     (SO 1-4)
     Investigate feasibility and, if         06-07         1            $125,000                              Results of
     favorable, begin planning efforts                                 (including                            feasibility study.
     for new curriculum programs in                                    personnel).
     Therapeutic Massage and
     Agricultural Biotechnology.
     (SO 1, 2)
                                                                                                              One CTP grant
     Continue College Tech-Prep and          06-07         1                                                 funded.
     Huskins/Dual Enrollment initiatives
     with Beaufort, Hyde and Tyrrell,
     and Washington Counties.
     (SO 2, 3)
                                             06-08         1                                                  Updated list
     In collaboration with HS, develop                                                                       published online.
     & publish recommended HS course
     of study needed to enter all AAS
     programs. (SO 2)

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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10 Critical Issue: Confronting Current No/Low Growth Reality              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings
              are representative of the needs of the College community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.
                   2. Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.
                   3. Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center at Beaufort County Community College.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET    PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                            UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                RESULT

1. (Con’t.)
     Implement 2 + 2 on-campus                06-08        1                                                  2 + 2 Program in
     Elementary Education BS degree                                                                          place.
     program with ECU via Partnership
     East consortium. (SO 1-4)
     Highlight college offerings through      06-07        1           $1,000 for
     assisting with Career Day, Job Fair,                              promotion.
     Committee of 100, “Girls Night
     Out” and other outreach
     opportunities. (SO 2)
     Continue articulation efforts with       06-08        2
     Mount Olive College-Washington.
     (SO 2)
     Continue articulation activities with    06-08        2
     ECU and other colleges/universities
     with emphasis on transfer of AAS
     technical programs. (SO 2, 3, 4)
     Investigate and, when appropriate,       06-08        2
     develop additional certificate and
     diploma programs under AAS
     programs. (SO 1-4)
     Implement College Academy.               06-08        1             $15,000                              Academy
     (SO 1, 2)                                                       annually for P-                         operational.
                                                                      T instructors.
     Increase course offerings delivered      06-08        1         $5,000 for P-T                           20% increase in
     in non-traditional format (evening,                              instructors.                           hybrid/online
     weekend, Hybrid and online                                                                              course offerings.
     courses). (SO 1, 3, 4)
     Expand Associate Degree Nursing          06-07        1         $400,000 (grant                          Expanded
     and Practical Nursing Programs.                                    funding).                            programs.
     (SO 2, 4)


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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10 Critical Issue: Confronting Current No/Low Growth Reality              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings
              are representative of the needs of the College community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.
                   2. Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.
                   3. Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center at Beaufort County Community College.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                         **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


2. Provide management of programs,          06-11
   resources, and personnel to enhance
   instructional excellence.

     Prepare current operating and          06-07          1
     equipment budget incorporating
     Long-Range Plan plans and
     requests from Academic Divisions
     and LRC. (SO 1)

     Support professional development       06-08          1           $5,000 plus
     activities that enhance teaching                                  current PD
     effectiveness and technology                                       funding.
     integration. (SO 3, 4)

     Explore incentives and rewards for     06-07          2
     non-traditional course delivery
     efforts that increase access and
     maintain academic quality. (SO 3,
     4)
                                            06-07          1
     Provide training for faculty on new
     CIS system for student registration
     and advising. (SO 4)
                                            06-07          1
  Work with faculty and Student
  Services to improve student advising,
  (Orientation, Desktop Advising, and
  Student Advising Center, etc.)
  (SO 2, 3, 4)


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10 Critical Issue: Confronting Current No/Low Growth Reality              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings
              are representative of the needs of the College community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.
                   2. Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.
                   3. Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center at Beaufort County Community College.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                 STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


2. (Con’t.)
  Evaluate the cost-effectiveness of all    06-11          1
  instructional programs annually and
  work with division chairs to determine
  FT and PT faculty needs to ensure
  academic excellence while providing
  the compensation that attracts and
  retains outstanding faculty. (SO 1, 3)

  Restructure curriculum schedule to        06-07          1                                                  Revised
  maximize instructional offerings with                                                                      instructional
  available FTE funding. (SO 1)                                                                              calendar.

  Begin preliminary planning for SACS       06-08          1         $3,000 (travel).
  re-accreditation. (SO 2)

Personnel: (SO 4)
     Current FT faculty needs:              06-07          1         $180,000 (grant
     Nursing (3)                                                        funding).

Projected personnel needs: (SO 4)
     *Biology/Anatomy                       06-08          1            $50,000.
     *Humanities (Art or Music)             06-08          1            $50,000.
     *for College Academy
     Therapeutic Massage (if program        06-08          2            $50,000.
     implemented)
     Accounting                             06-08          2            $50,000.
     Recruit qualified part-time faculty    06-08          1
     to enhance/expand curriculum
     offerings. (SO 1, 4)

COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10 Critical Issue: Confronting Current No/Low Growth Reality              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings
              are representative of the needs of the College community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.
                   2. Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.
                   3. Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center at Beaufort County Community College.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                         **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET   PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                          UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


2. (Con’t.)
     Strive to increase diversity of           06-08       1
     faculty through targeted advertising
     and contact. (SO 4)
                                                                                                             3. 85% or more of    3. Current Student
3. Provide informational learning              06-11                                                         the current          Evaluation of College
   needs of the College and college                                                                          Library staff will   Services
   community through the Learning                                                                            rate the Library
   Resources Center.                                                                                         favorably.

     Provide students/staff/faculty with       06-07       1
     up-to-date technology and
     information retrieval systems.

     Provide quality AV/Telecommuni-           06-07       1
     cations services by continuing
     NCIH programs and delivery of
     Telecourses, Internet-based, and
     web-enhanced courses. (SO 1, 3, 4)

     Work towards implementation of            06-08       2            $40,000.
     second interactive audio video
     broadcasting room. (SO 1, 3, 4)

     Provide quality media/graphics            06-07       1
     services for faculty, staff, students,
     and community organizations.
     (SO 2)

     Coordinate LRC hours of operation         06-07       1
     to maximize services to students
     and the public with available
     funding. (SO 1-4)

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5, 6, 7                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Allied Health Division (AH) is to provide technical and vocational programs that meet the needs of the community, the health care, child care, and social service related
              industries. Students are prepared to function as members of these industries by acquiring skills in the areas of nursing, medical laboratory, childcare, and human services.

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide educational offerings that fulfill health care manpower needs of the community.
                   2. Prepare graduates of AH programs with the competencies necessary to function at an expected level upon employment in health related occupations.
                   3. Support health related programs and activities based upon community needs and interest.
                   4. Promote continuous improvement of AH program offerings through an evaluation process, the participation by faculty in professional development activities,
                      the promotion of critical thinking skills by students, and the application of updated teaching technologies in the classroom.
                   5. Cultivate relationships with community agencies and resources providing clinical and/or practical experiences which lead to employment opportunities for
                      students as well as expansion of resources as identified by changing trends in health care, social services, and child care.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
      UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                                  COMMENTS/
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                             UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


All Allied Health faculty will be             On-going.      1            In service                             At least eighty-    Instructor and
computer/Internet literate and will use                                training & tech                         five percent (85%)   Course Evaluations by
this technology to enhance instruction.                                    support.                            of graduates will    Students
                                                                                                               respond favorably
All AH courses will be web-enhanced             2007         1            In service                           to AH programs.       2006-07 Graduate
where appropriate.                                                     training & tech                                              Follow-Up survey of
                                                                           support.                                                 the 2006 year
                                                                                                                                    graduates
All AH faculty will participate in at least     2007         1           $1,875
15 CEU’s of Professional Development                                    AH Budget.                               At least eighty-    Employer surveys
yearly.                                                                                                        five (85%) of
                                                                                                               respondents from
All AH will serve as student advisors         On-going.      2           Flex time.                            BCCC catchment
during evening and late registrations on a                                                                     area will rate the
rotating basis.                                                                                                quality of AH
                                                                                                               programs as
All AH curriculums and faculty will             2007         1                                                 “Excellent” or
maintain their individual accreditation,                                                                       “Good”.
standards and licenses where appropriate.
                                                                                                                NAACLS,              Accreditation or
                                                                                                               NCBON &              certification letters
                                                                                                               NCSWKCBL             from regulatory
                                                                                                               rectification        boards

Explore adding a Massage Therapy                2008         1         None initially.                          Documented need      Community and
curriculum.                                                                                                    for program          employer surveys
COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Allied Health Division (AH) is to provide technical and vocational programs that meet the needs of the community, the health care, child care, and social service related
              industries. Students are prepared to function as members of these industries by acquiring skills in the areas of nursing, medical laboratory, childcare, and human services.

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide educational offerings that fulfill health care manpower needs of the community.
                   2. Prepare graduates of AH programs with the competencies necessary to function at an expected level upon employment in health related occupations.
                   3. Support health related programs and activities based upon community needs and interest.
                   4. Promote continuous improvement of AH program offerings through an evaluation process, the participation by faculty in professional development activities,
                      the promotion of critical thinking skills by students, and the application of updated teaching technologies in the classroom.
                   5. Cultivate relationships with community agencies and resources providing clinical and/or practical experiences which lead to employment opportunities for
                      students as well as expansion of resources as identified by changing trends in health care, social services, and child care.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
     UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                                  COMMENTS/
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


Develop and implement web                    2007            2         Tech support.                            HST, EDU, &          Publication to website
pages/online syllabi for all AH                                                                                MLT website
programs. (SO 2)
                                           On-going.         1          Participation.                          One AH student       Annual recognition
Submit at least one (1) AH student                                                                             recognized           ceremony
for Academic Excellence Award                                                                                  annually.
recognition.                                                                                                                         Advisory Committee
                                           On-going.         1           AH budget                                                  surveys
Support faculty needs for instructional                                   $4,800.
materials such as computer upgrades,
paper, cartridges and other supplies.
                                           On-going.         1           $4,800 AH                              Updated and           Evaluations of
Maintain and update AH library                                            budget.                              useable AH           clinical sites & co-op
resources.                                                                                                     resources that       filed placements
                                           On-going.         1         Time & travel.                          meet standards.

Expand AH clinical and co-op sites.          2007            1           $155,000.                               Three (3)           BCCC contracts
                                                                                                               additional full-
Recruit faculty for expansion of PN and                                                                        time instructors.
ADN programs.

                                           On-going.        1         Time & travel.                         Increased clinical     Signed MOA’s &
                                                                                                            & and Co-op            BCCC class schedules
Continue to cultivate relationships with                                                                    opportunities.
community agencies.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7                   BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Allied Health Division (AH) is to provide technical and vocational programs that meet the needs of the community, the health care, child care, and social service related
              industries. Students are prepared to function as members of these industries by acquiring skills in the areas of nursing, medical laboratory, childcare, and human services.

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide educational offerings that fulfill health care manpower needs of the community.
                   2. Prepare graduates of AH programs with the competencies necessary to function at an expected level upon employment in health related occupations.
                   3. Support health related programs and activities based upon community needs and interest.
                   4. Promote continuous improvement of AH program offerings through an evaluation process, the participation by faculty in professional development activities,
                      the promotion of critical thinking skills by students, and the application of updated teaching technologies in the classroom.
                   5. Cultivate relationships with community agencies and resources providing clinical and/or practical experiences which lead to employment opportunities for
                      students as well as expansion of resources as identified by changing trends in health care, social services, and child care.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                       METHOD OF              ACTUAL
    UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                                  COMMENTS/
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                  ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                          DATE                                                                 UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          $                STATUS                                      DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


Expand student participation in campus   On-going.          1             Faculty                               Recruitment of         Advisory Committee
and extra-curricular activities.                                       involvement.                            Advisory members       minutes
                                                                                                               and increased
                                                                                                               faculty
                                                                                                               participation in
                                                                                                               community.

                                                                                                                Increased student      Attendance rosters
                                                                                                               enrollment in SGA,      Club minutes
                                                                                                               BCANS, HOPE,            Activity head counts
                                                                                                               Spring Fling, etc.

                                                                                                                 At least eighty-      Student satisfaction
                                                                                                               five percent (85%)     survey (Instructor and
                                                                                                               of current AH          Course Evaluation by
                                                                                                               students will          Students)
                                                                                                               respond favorably
                                                                                                               to courses, faculty,
                                                                                                               resources and
                                                                                                               campus activities.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduate nurses with the competencies necessary to function at the entry level of practice for registered nurses. As such, it
                   is the aim of the program to strive for excellence in preparing graduate nurses committed to quality nursing care and advancement in the practice of nursing.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as a registered nurse upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self and subordinates,
                               managing patient groups, and communicating effectively with health care teams.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills competently and safely in order to achieve patient goals, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to utilize the nursing process in meeting individualized needs of patients with common health problems in structured settings,
                               such as assessing patient status, develop care plans, implementing planned interventions, and evaluating patient responses.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate concepts from the physical and behavioral sciences with principles of nursing in the planning and delivery of health,
                               such as identifying alterations in patient bio-psychosocial status, and utilization of scientific and behavioral principles in planning nursing care.
                            6. Graduates will be able to assist individuals within family units toward adapting at varied levels of the wellness/ illness continuum and all stages of the life
                               cycle by identifying developmental norms and deviations, utilizing a family oriented approach, and focusing on health restoration, maintenance and promotion.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


Meet BON standards and accreditation         Summer,          1          Continuous                              Three year average National licensure
requirement.                                  2008                      nursing faculty                         NCLEX pass rate at exam pass rate
                                                                         Evaluation.                            ninety-five percent
                                                                                                                of the national
                                                                                                                average for          NCLEX analysis
                                                                                                                registered nurses   report
                                                                                                                for first time test
                                                                                                                takers.

                                                                                                                 Approval of           2013 Survey
                                                                                                                Nursing Programs
Maintain evaluation of curriculum.          On-going.         1         $300 NCLEX                               Eighty percent        2006-07 Graduate
                                                                           analysis.                            (80%) satisfaction    Follow-Up survey of
                                                                        Regular faculty                         rate for graduates    the 2006 year
                                                                        evaluation/in-                          and facilities.       graduates and
                                                                            service                                                   Current Student
                                                                          education.                                                  Evaluation of College
                                                                         Pre-NCLEX                                                    Services, Spring 2007
                                                                         Testing $900.
                                                                                                                 BON standards         BON Survey
Increase utilization of critical thinking   On-going.         1         Faculty time &                          met reaccredidation
experiences in course and clinical work.                                 involvement.                           based on Title 21
(SO 3)                                                                                                          NC Administrative
                                                                                                                Code General
                                                                                                                statues, Chapter 29
                                                                                                                Article 9A.
COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH-ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4
  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduate nurses with the competencies necessary to function at the entry level of practice for registered nurses. As such, it
                   is the aim of the program to strive for excellence in preparing graduate nurses committed to quality nursing care and advancement in the practice of nursing.

     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as a registered nurse upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self and subordinates,
                               managing patient groups, and communicating effectively with health care teams.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills competently and safely in order to achieve patient goals, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to utilize the nursing process in meeting individualized needs of patients with common health problems in structured settings,
                               such as assessing patient status, develop care plans, implementing planned interventions, and evaluating patient responses.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate concepts from the physical and behavioral sciences with principles of nursing in the planning and delivery of health,
                               such as identifying alterations in patient bio-psychosocial status, and utilization of scientific and behavioral principles in planning nursing care.
                            6. Graduates will be able to assist individuals within family units toward adapting at varied levels of the wellness/ illness continuum and all stages of the life
                               cycle by identifying developmental norms and deviations, utilizing a family oriented approach, and focusing on health restoration, maintenance and promotion.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


Examine institution of drug screening       On-going.         2         Legal Counsel.                           Compliance with
and criminal background check based on                                  Communicate                             clinical agencies/
state and clinical site guidelines.                                     with agencies                           access for students.
                                                                         and System
                                                                           Office.

Develop a preceptorship in the senior        Spring,          2         Administrative
level.                                        2007                         time for
                                                                         coordinating
                                                                           faculty.

                                            On-going.         1           P-T clinical                           Faculty ratio
Maintain 1 to 7 faculty/student ratio in                                    faculty.
second level courses.
                                            On-going.         1          ADN Budget                              Eighty percent         2006-07 Graduate
Maintain & upgrade Fuld lab and CAI’s.                                     $1,800.                              (80%) of graduates     Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                will express           the 2006 year
                                                                                                                satisfaction with      graduates
                                                                                                                ADN program.

Maintain NCLEX “RN Success” and             Fall, 2007        1          $4,000 every                            Required passing
“Beginning Success” from Med’s                                            odd year.                             rate (see page 42).
Publishing.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduate nurses with the competencies necessary to function at the entry level of practice for registered nurses. As such, it
                   is the aim of the program to strive for excellence in preparing graduate nurses committed to quality nursing care and advancement in the practice of nursing.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as a registered nurse upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self and subordinates,
                               managing patient groups, and communicating effectively with health care teams.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills competently and safely in order to achieve patient goals, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to utilize the nursing process in meeting individualized needs of patients with common health problems in structured settings,
                               such as assessing patient status, develop care plans, implementing planned interventions, and evaluating patient responses.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate concepts from the physical and behavioral sciences with principles of nursing in the planning and delivery of health,
                               such as identifying alterations in patient bio-psychosocial status, and utilization of scientific and behavioral principles in planning nursing care.
                            6. Graduates will be able to assist individuals within family units toward adapting at varied levels of the wellness/ illness continuum and all stages of the life
                               cycle by identifying developmental norms and deviations, utilizing a family oriented approach, and focusing on health restoration, maintenance and promotion.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES             *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                                       COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED             (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                     PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                  STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


Expansion of ADN program. (SO 1)                              2           More clinical                          Increase in ADN       BON approval
                                                                        sites; more class                       graduates              BCCC curriculum
                                                                         and lab space;                                               approval
                                                                        more instructors
                                                                        (1-Lead, 1-F-T,
                                                                             1-P-T).
Admit a class of eighteen to enter each        1/07                      Including one
January.                                                                 lead instructor
                                                                          with Masters
                                                                           Degree for
                                                                         January class.
Continue NCLEX pre-assessment exam          On-going.         1          $900 ($30 per                           Continued             NCLEX program
for all ADN students.                                                      student).                            mandated NCLEX        reports
                                                                                                                pass rate
All full-time nursing faculty to obtain        1/10           1          Replacement
MSN. (SO 3)                                                               faculty and
                                                                             salary
                                                                         maintenance.
First step of NCBON faculty Education          2010                       Educational
requirements.                                                            offerings and
                                                                            tuition
                                                                        reimbursement.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduate nurses with the competencies necessary to function at the entry level of practice for registered nurses. As such, it
                   is the aim of the program to strive for excellence in preparing graduate nurses committed to quality nursing care and advancement in the practice of nursing.
     Subunit Goals**:        1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as a registered nurse upon entry into practice.
                             2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self and subordinates,
                                managing patient groups, and communicating effectively with health care teams.
                             3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills competently and safely in order to achieve patient goals, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                             4. Graduates will be able to utilize the nursing process in meeting individualized needs of patients with common health problems in structured settings,
                                such as assessing patient status, develop care plans, implementing planned interventions, and evaluating patient responses.
                             5. Graduates will be able to integrate concepts from the physical and behavioral sciences with principles of nursing in the planning and delivery of health,
                                such as identifying alterations in patient bio-psychosocial status, and utilization of scientific and behavioral principles in planning nursing care.
                             6. Graduates will be able to assist individuals within family units toward adapting at varied levels of the wellness/ illness continuum and all stages of the life
                                cycle by identifying developmental norms and deviations, utilizing a family oriented approach, and focusing on health restoration, maintenance and promotion.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                          NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             $                 STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


All faculty will maintain their               On-going.        1         Individual time,                         Current levels of     Accreditation or
professional licenses and certifications                                  cost & CEU’s.                          required              certification letters
where appropriate.                                                                                               certification         from regulatory bodies

Receive National League for Nursing             2012           2          $6,000 every
Accreditation. (SO 2)                                                      eight years;
                                                                             $1,000
                                                                            annually.

Plan workgroup to implement ACA 115           Fall, 2006       1           Instructional
“College Student Success” for nursing                                       resources,
students to increase retention. (SO 3, 4)                                     faculty
                                                                          planning time.

Pursue grant funding from outside             On-going.
sources in order to expand the program
and increase student retention. (SO 1)

Pursue financial and human resources          On-going.
from local health care facilities and other
state holders. (SO 1)




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
 ALLIED HEALTH-ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Associate Degree Nursing Program is to prepare graduate nurses with the competencies necessary to function at the entry level of practice for registered nurses. As such, it
                   is the aim of the program to strive for excellence in preparing graduate nurses committed to quality nursing care and advancement in the practice of nursing.
     Subunit Goals**:     1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as a registered nurse upon entry into practice.
                          2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self and subordinates,
                             managing patient groups, and communicating effectively with health care teams.
                          3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills competently and safely in order to achieve patient goals, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                          4. Graduates will be able to utilize the nursing process in meeting individualized needs of patients with common health problems in structured settings,
                             such as assessing patient status, develop care plans, implementing planned interventions, and evaluating patient responses.
                          5. Graduates will be able to integrate concepts from the physical and behavioral sciences with principles of nursing in the planning and delivery of health,
                             such as identifying alterations in patient bio-psychosocial status, and utilization of scientific and behavioral principles in planning nursing care.
                          6. Graduates will be able to assist individuals within family units toward adapting at varied levels of the wellness/ illness continuum and all stages of the life
                             cycle by identifying developmental norms and deviations, utilizing a family oriented approach, and focusing on health restoration, maintenance and promotion.

                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES               TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                                       COMMENTS/
                                                                       NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                     PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          $                 STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


Meet NCBON rule adopted related to        Fall, 2007                  Updated library
clinical 21 NCAC 36-0321 (b) didactic                                   resources;
and clinical experiences: (SO 3)                                        faculty in-
                                                                         service.
  1. Informatics
  2. Evidence based practice

       A. Cultural competence
       B. Client differences
       C. Client involvement in care
       D. Coordination and
           management of client care
       E. Health promotion
       F. Interdisciplinary teams
       G. Quality improvement




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-EARLY CHILDHOOD

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3, 4

 Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Early Childhood Associate curriculum is designed to prepare individuals to work with children in learning environments from infancy through middle childhood.
    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Early Childhood Education curriculum, graduates will be:
                           -Appropriately skilled to work with children from infancy through middle childhood in diverse learning environments.
                           -Knowledgeable in the combined areas of early childhood learning theories and practices in supervised settings with young children.
                           -Able to plan and implement developmentally appropriate programs in early childhood settings.
                           -Employable in a variety of childcare settings, such as child development centers, preschools, public and private schools, recreational centers, Head Start programs, Smart Start
                            programs,
                           -Even Start programs, More At Four programs and other school age programs.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                ACTUAL
  SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                                   COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                 PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


Continue lateral entry coordinator with    On-going.          1          Office space.                           Provide                 Lateral Entry
ECU. (SO 2)                                                                                                     community with          Certificate
                                                                                                                additional certified
                                                                                                                teachers
Continue MOA with ECU for BCCC             On-going.          1          Time/travel.                                                    Signed and approved
student transition into B-K and                                                                                  At least fifty         articulation agreement
Education programs.                                                                                             percent (50%) of
                                                                                                                BCCC graduates            2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                responding will         Follow-up of the 2006
                                                                                                                report they have        graduates
                                                                                                                found employment
                                                                                                                in their field of
                                                                                                                study or related to
                                                                                                                their field of study.
Expand and update children’s resource      On-going.          2             $500.                                                        Requisition Orders
library.
Supply and maintain computer lab in        On-going.          2             $800.                                                        Requisition Orders
Bldg. #11.
Classroom consumable materials.            On-going.          1             $500.                                                        Requisition Orders
Increase number of Early Childhood         Fall, 2008         1                                                                          2006-07 Graduate
Certificates from one (1) to five (5).                                                                           At least fifty         Follow-up of the 2006
(SO 2)                                                                                                          percent (50%) of        graduates
   -Early Childhood Certificate                                                                                 BCCC graduates
   -Special Education Certificate                                                                               responding will
   -School-Age Certificate                                                                                      report they have
   -Early Childhood Administration                                                                              found employment
     Certificate                                                                                                in their field of
   -Infant/Toddler Certificate                                                                                  study or related to
                                                                                                                their field of study.

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-EARLY CHILDHOOD

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3, 4

 Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Early Childhood Associate curriculum is designed to prepare individuals to work with children in learning environments from infancy through middle childhood.
    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Early Childhood Education curriculum, graduates will be:
                           -Appropriately skilled to work with children from infancy through middle childhood in diverse learning environments.
                           -Knowledgeable in the combined areas of early childhood learning theories and practices in supervised settings with young children.
                           -Able to plan and implement developmentally appropriate programs in early childhood settings.
                           -Employable in a variety of childcare settings, such as child development centers, preschools, public and private schools, recreational centers, Head Start programs, Smart Start
                            programs,
                           -Even Start programs, More At Four programs and other school age programs.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
  SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                                    COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                  PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


Wachovia Partnership East Coordinator      Beginning          1          Office space.                           Coordinator           MOA
at BCCC. (SO 4)                             7/01/06,                                                            housed in Bldg. #11
                                           On-going.
Wachovia Partnership classes at BCCC.        Spring,          1           Classroom                              Twenty (20)           Co-hort schedule
                                              2008                       space NCIH.                            students per Co-
                                                                                                                hort
Expand current online courses to meet      Fall, 2006         1        Additional part-                          Eighty-five percent Course approval
demand for Early Childhood Program                                     time instructors                         or more of BCCC      forms and BCCC
and New Lateral Entry Certificate.                                        (Salaries                             graduates            schedule
(SO 3)                                                                   dictated by                            responding to a
                                                                       experience and                           survey will report
                                                                         education.)                            that BCCC met
                                                                                                                their intended
                                                                                                                objectives and will
                                                                                                                recommend their
                                                                                                                program to others.
Create an Early Childhood Club.              Spring,          3                                                  Fifteen students      Club Minutes
                                              2008
Create Early Childhood link to BCCC          Spring,          1         Technical help.                          Communication of      Publication of web
website including but not limited to the      2007                                                              college offerings
following: (SO 2)                                                                                               value and potential
 -Programs of Studies
 -Wachovia Partnership East
 -Lateral Entry
 -Early Childhood Club
 -Head Start
COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-EARLY CHILDHOOD

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3, 4

 Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Early Childhood Associate curriculum is designed to prepare individuals to work with children in learning environments from infancy through middle childhood.
    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Early Childhood Education curriculum, graduates will be:
                           -Appropriately skilled to work with children from infancy through middle childhood in diverse learning environments.
                           -Knowledgeable in the combined areas of early childhood learning theories and practices in supervised settings with young children.
                           -Able to plan and implement developmentally appropriate programs in early childhood settings.
                           -Employable in a variety of childcare settings, such as child development centers, preschools, public and private schools, recreational centers, Head Start programs, Smart Start
                            programs,
                           -Even Start programs, More At Four programs and other school age programs.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                 **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
  SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                                   COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                 PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


 Expand off-campus classes.                  Spring,          1          Time/travel                             Two new off-           BCCC schedule of
                                              2007                       instructor’s                           campus sites           classes
                                                                           location.
  Continue to utilize part-time            On-going           1          Ten part-time                           Availability of        Instructor
instructors.                               through                        instructors.                          course offerings       evaluations used for
                                            2011.                           Salaries                                                   effectiveness and
                                                                          dictated by                                                  BCCC schedule.
                                                                        experience and
                                                                           education.
                                           On-going           1                                                  Fifteen CEU’s a
 Professional development for both         through                       $1,500 (EDU                            year per instructor     Documentation of
 full-time instructors.                      Fall,                         budget).                                                    CEU units
                                            2011.
                                                              1                                                  Annual evaluation
 Host annual advisory committee             Each Fall                       $100                                of program              Committee minutes
 meeting. (SO 4)                            semester                     (President’s
                                             through                       budget).
                                              2011.
                                                              1                                                  Collaborative
 Collaboration with Headstart in           Fall, 2006                   Headstart pre-                          learning lab for        Occupation in Bldg.
 providing a learning lab for BCCC                                        school lab                            BCCC students          #11, Rm. #24
 Early Childhood students.                                              Bldg. #11, Rm.
                                                              3                                                  Completions of
                                                                             #24.
 Working collaboratively with              Fall, 2009                                                           certificates,           FTE
 Headstart in providing childcare for                                  Time, Headstart                          diploma, or degree     2006-07 Graduate
 Headstart parents to attend late                                       lab, Headstart                                                 Follow-up of the 2006
 afternoon and evening classes. (SO 3,                                     teacher.                                                    graduates
                                                              1                                                  Recruitment of a
 4)
                                                                                                                minimum of ten (10)
 Work collaboratively with Beaufort/       On-going.                    PT instructor                           students annually
 Hyde Child Connections Training                                       (Salary dictated
 Specialist/Professional Development                                    by experience
 Coordinator. (SO 4)                                                   and education.).

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                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH-HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7                   BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Human Services Technology curriculum is to prepare students for entry positions in institutions and agencies which provide social, community and educational services to
                       people. Along with courses, students may choose electives which specialize in a specific human services area.
     Subunit Goals**:        1. Develop and implement specific concentrations serving the needs of the community.
                             2. Prepare graduates with the necessary skills to function at a paraprofessional level within human service settings.
                             3. Prepare students in problem solving, the communications process and the helping relationship as they apply competency-based skills.
                             4. Improve curriculum courses and resources.
                             5. Develop and expand liaison with community based human services programs.
                             6. Ensure adequate and qualified faculty.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                    ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                                COMMENTS/
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR                OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                              PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                   RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


Develop off-campus classrooms.                 2007            2             None.                                All courses web       Distance Learning
                                                                                                                 enhanced              Approval Forms

                                                                                                                  Doubling of on-        Agency MOA’s on
                                                                                                                 site classes          file

Prepare HST students with skills and           2007            1             None.                                Eighty percent
competencies.                                                                                                    (80%) pass rate        2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                                       Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                                       2006 graduates and
                                                                                                                                       employer surveys
Develop and offer weekend classes.             2009            2             None.                                One Saturday
                                                                                                                 course per year        BCCC Catalog

Initiate potential student callback            2007            1                                                  Recruitment of
process. (SO 2)                                                                                                  six new students       FTE records
                                                                                                                 annually


Cultivate permanent HST instructors with       2007            1            $48,000.                               Two (2) to three
MSW’s.                                                                                                           (3) reliable part-     BCCC contracts
                                                                                                                 time instructors.

Develop a HST Speaker’s Bureau. (SO 2)         2009            2                                                  Two (2) to three
                                                                                                                 (3) presentations      H.O.P.E. Club
                                                                                                                 annually.             Minutes


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH-HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Human Services Technology curriculum is to prepare students for entry positions in institutions and agencies which provide social, community and educational services to
                     people. Along with courses, students may choose electives which specialize in a specific human services area.

     Subunit Goals**      1. Develop and implement specific concentrations serving the needs of the community.
                          2. Prepare graduates with the necessary skills to function at a paraprofessional level within human service settings.
                          3. Prepare students in problem solving, the communications process and the helping relationship as they apply competency-based skills.
                          4. Improve curriculum courses and resources.
                          5. Develop and expand liaison with community based human services programs.
                          6. Ensure adequate and qualified faculty.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                     ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES               TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                                  COMMENTS/
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR                 OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                    RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


Procure WIA Sanction. (SO 1)                2009            1                                                  JobLink funding      WIA funding
                                                                                                              for students

Establish a HST scholarship. (SO 1)         2011            2

Sponsor BCHSC annually. (SO 4)              2007            2             $250.                                Marketing HST        BCHSC Minutes
                                                                                                              program to
                                                                                                              eighteen (18)
                                                                                                              agencies




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                    2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 3, 5, 7                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program is to prepare individuals entering the Clinical Technician/Medical Laboratory Technician professions in the Beaufort
                   County Community College region by providing a high quality academic and practical education based on standards promoted by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory
                   Sciences (NAACLS).
    Subunit Goals**:    Graduates will have the knowledge and understanding to meet entry-level competencies in the specific cognitive learning areas of:
                        microbiology, hematology/homeostasis, clinical chemistry, immunology/immunohematology, urinalysis/body fluids.
                        Knowledge areas in each of the above disciplines will include:
                          (A) factors which affect procedures and results
                          (B) preventive maintenance of any equipment of instruments
                          (C) basic scientific principles and methodology
                          (D) relationships between laboratory findings and common disease processes
                          (E) quality control procedures
                          (F) health hazards.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                       **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                           EXPECTED
                                                                   RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                          OUTCOMES for                                                              COMMENTS/
                                                                    NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                         UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                            PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       $               STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                            GOALS**

Review all course competencies, outlines,   On-going.      1                                              Seventy percent        Registry Exam
evaluation tools.                                                                                        (70%) of graduates     results
Continued professional development for      On-going.      2         $300 from                           will pass Registry
lead instructor.                                                      budget.                            exam. If less than 4
                                                                                                         students test, no       PD documentation
                                                                                                         more than 1
                                                                                                         graduate will not
                                                                                                         pass.
Continued NAACLS Accreditation.             On-going.      1          $1,400.
Accreditation allows positive advertising                                                                 Accreditation
that communicates college offering, and                                                                  allows positive
value. (SO 2)                                                                                            advertising that
                                                                                                         communicates
                                                                                                         college offerings,
                                                                                                         and value.
Pay dues to ASCP for certification          On-going.      1       $250 required
results.                                                           for planning.
                                                                                                                                 DL Course
                                            On-going.      2           $100.                                                    Development forms
Pay dues to NCA for certification results                                                                 15 CEU’s
required for maintaining program                                                                         obtained                Receipts/travel
accreditation this year.                                                                                                        authorization
                                                                                                          NAACLS re-
                                            On-going.      2                                             accreditation           NAACLS re-
Continue to provide Web-enhancement                                                                                             accreditation letter.
of all courses.                               7/06         1          No cost.
Attend NAACLS Program conference in
Chicago.

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH-MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 3, 5, 7                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program is to prepare individuals entering the Clinical Technician/Medical Laboratory Technician professions in the Beaufort
                   County Community College region by providing a high quality academic and practical education based on standards promoted by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory
                   Sciences (NAACLS).

     Subunit Goals**:       Graduates will have the knowledge and understanding to meet entry-level competencies in the specific cognitive learning areas of:
                            microbiology, hematology/homeostasis, clinical chemistry, immunology/immunohematology, urinalysis/body fluids.
                            Knowledge areas in each of the above disciplines will include:
                             (A) factors which affect procedures and results
                             (B) preventive maintenance of any equipment of instruments
                             (C) basic scientific principles and methodology
                             (D) relationships between laboratory findings and common disease processes
                             (E) quality control procedures
                             (F) health hazards.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                     PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**

Prepare for NAACLS visit for                  11/06           1         $4,400 for visit                         Communicate
reaccredidation. (SO 2)                                                      cost.                              college offerings in
                                                                                                                a positive way.

Replace classroom microscope TV setup.                        2         $2,500. Used in                                                 Purchase orders
(Old setup not working.)                                                 five different                                                Inventory
                                                                            classes.

Support student labs. Supplies required       2006            1              $6,000                              Met demands of         MLT program
for all classes. (SO 1)                                                  supplies. Even                         increased costs and     Mean scaled score
                                                                          though costs                          enrollment             will be at 70% or
                                                                        have more than                                                 above the national
                                                                        doubled, supply                          MLT equipment         mean scaled score.
                                                                          spending by                           up to current
                                                                          program has                           standards
                                                                        remained at the
                                                                        same level as in
                                                                             1986.
Infectious trash removal for college.       On-going.         1
                                                                           1,200/yr.                             Graduate response      2006-07 Graduate
Biennial microscope cleaning.                 2007,           1                                                 relating to program    Follow-Up survey of
                                              2009,                      $1,000/visit.                          satisfaction will be   the 2006 graduates
                                              2011                                                              favorable.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

ALLIED HEALTH-MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 3, 5, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program is to prepare individuals entering the Clinical Technician/Medical Laboratory Technician professions in the Beaufort
                   County Community College region by providing a high quality academic and practical education based on standards promoted by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory
                   Sciences (NAACLS).
     Subunit Goals**:         Graduates will have the knowledge and understanding to meet entry-level competencies in the specific cognitive learning areas of:
                              microbiology, hematology/homeostasis, clinical chemistry, immunology/immunohematology, urinalysis/body fluids.
                              Knowledge areas in each of the above disciplines will include:
                               (A) factors which affect procedures and results
                               (B) preventive maintenance of any equipment of instruments
                               (C) basic scientific principles and methodology
                               (D) relationships between laboratory findings and common disease processes
                               (E) quality control procedures
                               (F) health hazards.


                         OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF               ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                     COMMENTS/
                                                                           NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                   PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


Equipment repair.                               06-11           2           $1,000/yr.                             Graduates will be     2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                  employed in fields    Follow-Up survey of
Travel for clinical visits.                     06-11           1            $300/yr.
                                                                                                                  related to their      the 2006 graduates
Maintain and update classroom                 On-going.         2              $500.                              educational goals.
instructional resources (CD’s, DVD’s).

Utilize quality PT instructors working in     On-going.         1                                                 OSHA compliant         OSHA inspections
field where needed.

Procure supply and equipment donations                          2
from industry. (SO 2)
Deploy and maintain scientific                  2008            2            In-house
informational website about the program.                                   publication to
(SO 2)                                                                         web.
                                                                           Communicate
                                                                              college
                                                                           offerings and
                                                                                PR.
Continue to apply for Eastern AHEC              06-11                                                             $1,600 reward
grant ($1,600/yr.) for hospitals involved                                                                         distributed to area
in MLT program clinical training to be                                                                            hospital labs.
used for continuing education for bench
trainers, and for use to purchase book
references for these labs. (SO 1)

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9               BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
    Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                           2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                              activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                           3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                           4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                              in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                           5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                              common health problems.
                           6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                           7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                                     COMMENTS/
                                                                          NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                   PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


Meet BON standards and accreditation         On-going.        1           Instructional                            Re-accreditation       Re-accreditation
requirements for program.                                                  resources,                             in June 2013           Survey due 2013
                                                                             faculty
Meet new standards:                                                                                                 (Mandated)-The        National licensure
                                                                          planning and
                                                                                                                  Nursing programs       exam pass rate
  1. Didactic content and supervised                                          time.
                                                                                                                  shall maintain a
     clinical experience appropriate to
                                                                                                                  three year average
     program type shall include:
                                                                                                                  at or above 95% of
      a.    Using informatics to                                                                                  the national
            communicate, manage,                                                                                  passage rate for
            mitigate error and support                                                                            licensure level pass
            decision making.                                                                                      on first writing of
      b.    Employing evidence-based                                                                              the licensure
            practice to integrate best                                                                            examination for
            research with clinical                                                                                calendar years
            expertise and client values                                                                           ending December
            for optimal care, including                                                                           31.
            skills to identify and apply
                                                                                                                  Curriculum review
            best practices to nursing care
                                                                                                                  for Didactic
            by:
                                                                                                                  content and
               1.     providing client-
                                                                                                                  supervised clinical
                      centered, culturally
                                                                                                                  experience
                      competent care;
               2.     respecting client                                                                            80% graduate           2006-07 Graduate
                      differences, values,                                                                        satisfaction rate      Follow-Up surveys of
                      preferences and                                                                             and facilities.        the 2006 graduates
                      expressed needs;                                                                                                   Course evaluations

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
     Subunit Goals**:     1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                          2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                             activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                          3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                          4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                             in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                          5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                             common health problems.
                          6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                          7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


              3.   involving clients in
                   decision-making and
                   care management;
              4.   coordinating and
                   managing
                   continuous client
                   care consistent with
                   the level of
                   licensure. This
                   includes
                   demonstration of the
                   ability to supervise
                   others and provide
                   leadership of the
                   profession
                   appropriate for
                   program type; and
              5.   promoting healthy
                   lifestyles for clients
                   and populations.
Working in interdisciplinary teams to
cooperate, collaborate, communicate and
integrate client care and health
promotion.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                             2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
    Subunit Goals**:         1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                             2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                                activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                             3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                             4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                                in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                             5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                                common health problems.
                             6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                             7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET         PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                            NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                  UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                               $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


      c.   Participating in quality
           improvement processes to
           measure client outcomes,
           identify hazards and errors,
           and develop changes in
           processes of client care.
              6.   Beginning January             1/08           1             Clinical
                   1, 2008 a focus             (Spring)                      resources.
                   client care
                   experience with a
                   minimum of 90
                   hours shall be
                   provided in the final
                   semester of
                   curriculum
                   implementation for
                   programs preparing
                   practical nurses.
                                                After          1 if           $12,000.
Explore NLN accreditation.                      ADN         standards
                                              program.       change.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                               activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                               in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                               common health problems.
                            6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                            7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET         PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                                     COMMENTS/
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                   UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                   PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


Faculty will maintain their professional     On-going.         1         Individual time,                           Maintain licensure
licenses and required continuing                                         cost, and PDI’s                           along with NCBON
education.                                                                  or CEU’s.                              requirements and
                                                                                                                   BCCC instructor
Allow faculty to attend community              10/06           1          Cost for 2 F-T                           requirements.
college conferences.                                                        to attend
                                                                           Community
                                                                          College Conf.

Maintain NCLEX “PN Success” and              On-going.         1              $2,500.                                (Mandated)-The        NCLEX-PN
“Beginning Success” from MED’s                                                                                     Nursing programs
Publishing.                                                                                                        shall maintain a
                                                                                                                   three year average
Maintain NCBON passage rate.                 On-going.         1                                                   at or above 95% of
                                                                                                                   the national
                                                                                                                   passage rate for
                                                                                                                   licensure level pass
                                                                                                                   on first writing of
                                                                                                                   the licensure
                                                                                                                   examination for
                                                                                                                   calendar years
                                                                                                                   ending December
                                                                                                                   31.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                               activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                               in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                               common health problems.
                            6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                            7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                                     COMMENTS/
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                 UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                   PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


Maintain evaluation of curriculum.            On-going.        1            $200 yearly                             80% graduate          2006-07 Graduate
                                                                             NCLEX                                 satisfaction rate and Follow-Up surveys of
                                                                           analysis from                           facilities.           the 2006 graduates
                                                                                                                                         Course evaluations

NCBON requirements for Nursing                 Must be         1             Education                              All faculty meet      Documentation of
faculty who teaches in a program leading       Accom-                       offerings to                           requirements.         requirements.
to initial licensure as a nurse shall meet     plished                          meet
the requirements in subparagraph (e) (4).    12-31-2010.                   requirements,
                                                                          individual time,
                                                                                cost.
Allow PN faculty to attend NC Practical        Every           1
Nursing Educators Meetings in Spring           Spring                     Cost for 2 F-T
and Fall.                                     and Fall.                   instructors and
                                                                               3 F-T
                                                                           instructors to
                                                                           begin in Fall,
Allow PN faculty to attend Community            10/06          1               2007.
College conference every two years.
                                                                          Cost for 2 F-T
                                                                         in 2006 and add
                                                                           cost for third
                                                                          F-T instructor
                                                                            Fall, 2008.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                               activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                               in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                               common health problems.
                            6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                            7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET         PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                                     COMMENTS/
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                   UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                   PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


Develop nursing student drug screening       On-going.                    Legal Counsel.                            Policy consistent     Written and
policy based on state guidelines.                                         Communicate                              with BON and          published policy
                                                                           with clinical                           clinical sites
                                                                           agencies and
                                                                          NCCC System
                                                                              Office.

Maintain a student/faculty clinical ratio    On-going.         1            P-T clinical
of 1 to 8.                                                                  instructors.


Admit 30 students. (SO 2)                    Fall, 2007        1           One F-T and                              Larger class           Class schedule
                                                                             one P-T                               facility
                                                                            instructor.

Add another full-time instructor (12         Fall, 2007        1             $48,000.
months) to start Summer 2007.

  -PC and printer for new faculty                              1
   and office space.
                                                                           Instructional
Work group to implement ACA 115              Fall, 2006        1            resources,
“College Student Success for Nursing                                          faculty
Students” to increase retention. (SO 4)                                   planning, time

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ALLIED HEALTH-PRACTICAL NURSING

BCCC MISSION/GOAL #: 1, 5, 6, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 2, 4

  Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the Practical Nursing (PN) program is to prepare qualified individuals to provide basic nursing care for patients with a variety of common medical-surgical problems in
                   relatively stable nursing situations. Graduates of this program function as recognized members of the health care team, under supervision of the registered nurse or licensed physician.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Graduates will exhibit the competencies necessary to function as licensed practical nurses upon entry into practice.
                            2. Graduates will be able to function as an integral member of the health care delivery system, such as accepting responsibility for self as well as subordinates and delegate nursing care
                               activity to other licensed practical nurses and unlicensed personnel qualified to perform such duties.
                            3. Graduates will be able to perform nursing skills, competently and safely, in order to achieve goals identified in the client’s care plans, utilizing accepted procedures for learned skills.
                            4. Graduates will be able to implement care in meeting the needs of patients with common health problems in stable settings by participating in assessing patient status and participating
                               in implementing the health care plan developed by the registered nurse.
                            5. Graduates will be able to integrate basic knowledge of nursing, psychology, life sciences and pharmacology to participate in assessing the physical and mental needs of individuals with
                               common health problems.
                            6. Graduates will be able to demonstrate effective documentation and reporting of the nursing care rendered.
                            7. Graduates will reinforce patient teaching and counseling as planned and initiated by the registered nurse or physician.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET         PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                                      COMMENTS/
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  UNIT/SUBUNIT                                                                    PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


Maintain nursing lab with adequate               1             1              $4,500-
supplies and equipment. (SO 4)                                               $10,000,
                                                                              faculty
                                                                           planning and
                                                                               time.
Update BCCC library with resources.
(SO 1, 2)

Increase utilization of on-line Library      On-going.         2
resources.

Web enhancement of all PN courses.           Fall, 2006        1            Instructional                                                 Course development
                                                                           resources and                                                 forms
                                                                                time.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1-5, 7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Arts and Sciences Division is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
              humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
       Unit Goals**:          1. Offer the required General Education courses to all associate degree and diploma programs.
                              2. Provide the core courses and other courses appropriate so that AA and AS graduates may transfer to senior institutions with advanced standing.
                              3. Provide developmental education to enable students to acquire basic academic skills (e.g. reading, writing, mathematics) so that they may meet their educational goals,
                                 develop learning skills, and learn how to profit from instruction.
                              4. Guide the progress of College Transfer students from placement to completion of the AA or AS degree through responsible academic advising.

                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT

1-4.                                                                                                               1. One hundred         1. NCCCS standards
                                                                                                                   percent (100%) of      and requirements
Program
                                                                                                                   the GE courses
       Use course completion data, student    On-going.         1                                                  and programs will       SACS Criteria
       evaluations, results of employer                                                                            meet NCCCS
       surveys, and results of graduate                                                                            standards,
       surveys to evaluate the relevance                                                                           competency-based
       and thoroughness of instruction                                                                             requirements and
       offered in the core of general                                                                              applicable SACS
       education courses.                                       1                                                  criteria “must”
       Ensure that articulated courses        On-going.                                                            statements.
       remain equal to university courses.                      2                                                  2. One hundred         2. NCCCS
       Identify articulated courses so that   On-going.                                                            percent (100%) of      Performance Measures
       students may plan and complete                                                                              the CT courses         and Standards and
       their general education component                                                                           and programs will      requirements
       in a timely manner.                                      1                                                  meet NCCCS
       Maintain teaching loads & student/     On-going.                                                            standards,              SACS Criteria
       instructor ratio at a level which                                                                           competency-based
       allows faculty to work effectively                                                                          requirements and
       with students. (Instructor should                                                                           applicable SACS
       have no more than 5 classes & no                                                                            criteria “must”
       more than 3 different preparations.)                                                                        statements.
Facilities                                                      2             Space.                                CT students will       UNC Report
       Acquire office space for part-time     On-going.                                                            continue to transfer
       faculty.                                                                                                    successfully to 4-
       Create foreign language lab.           Fall, 2006                                                           year institutions
                                                                                                                   meeting or
                                                                                                                   exceeding state
                                                                                                                   averages for
                                                                                                                   CommColleges.


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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1-5, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Arts and Sciences Division is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
              humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
     Unit Goals**:          1. Offer the required General Education courses to all associate degree and diploma programs.
                            2. Provide the core courses and other courses appropriate so that AA and AS graduates may transfer to senior institutions with advanced standing.
                            3. Provide developmental education to enable students to acquire basic academic skills (e.g. reading, writing, mathematics) so that they may meet their educational goals,
                               develop learning skills, and learn how to profit from instruction.
                            4. Guide the progress of College Transfer students from placement to completion of the AA or AS degree through responsible academic advising.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1-4. (Con’t.)

Personnel                                                                                                        3. Eighty percent     3. Tracking records in
                                                                                                                 (80%) or more of      the office Planning and
     Maintain professional standards by      On-going.        1                                                  the students who      Inst Effectiveness.
     employing only those instructors                                                                            exit the
     who meet SACS academic criteria.                                                                            Developmental
                                                                                                                 Education Program
     Continue to support the                 On-going.        1                                                  will succeed in
     professional development of                                                                                 curriculum courses.
     instructors by encouraging and
     facilitating participation in CIP
     projects, VLC course development,                                                                                                 4. Spring, 2007 Survey
     professional workshops, and course                                                                          4. Graduating         of Graduating
     work.                                                                                                       students will         Students of the 2007
                                             On-going.                                                           respond favorably     graduates
     Encourage professional                                                                                      when asked to rate
     development                                                                                                 how well their
     of lead instructors and full-time                                                                           faculty advisor met
     faculty.                                On-going.                                                           their needs.

     Investigate need for additional full-
     time faculty (e.g. Psychology,
     English, Biology, and Spanish).




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: AA and AS PROGRAM/S

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:        The purpose of the AA and AS Program is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
                        humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
       Subunit Goals**:      Graduates will demonstrate:
                             1. Skills to read, write, and speak competently.
                             2. Ability to apply methods of inquiry.
                             3. Skills to recognize and solve problems: to analyze, and synthesize; to make decisions, and to respond to change.
                             4. A greater understanding of themselves and their relationship to the larger world outside the classroom through learning about group interaction in the workplace,
                                developing a historical consciousness, learning how human culture develops, learning the workings of political systems, or by gaining an understanding of economic forces.
                             5. Skills to understand and manipulate algebraic data in a logical way.
                             6. Knowledge of functions, applications, and basic computer elements (computation and technology).
                             7. Knowledge of fundamental principles of science and the scientific method of inquiry; the skills to apply scientific knowledge to practical situations, and a respect for the
                                environment (understanding science).


                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                           NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                              $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


1-7.                                                                                                              1. Eighty-five        1. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                  percent (85%) or      Follow-Up survey of
AA and AS Programs
                                                                                                                  more of the           the 2006 year
       Increase enrollment in on-going       On-going.          1                                                 graduates             graduates
       College Transfer programs and                                                                              responding to a
       facilitate transfer.                                                                                       follow-up survey
                                                                                                                  will report
       Use technology to enhance             On-going.          1
                                                                                                                  satisfaction with
       instruction-especially Distance
                                                                                                                  their program.
       Learning, and Internet.
                                                                                                                   Transferring          UNC Report
Business and Industry
                                                                                                                  students will
       Seek internships for College          On-going.          1                                                 achieve a 2.5 GPA
       Transfer students.                                                                                         during the first
                                                                                                                  year of transfer
High School                                                                                                       with performance
       Offer college transfer classes to     Fall, 2006                      Part-time                            in English as high
       Beaufort County high school                                            faculty                             as or higher than
       students enrolled in Early College                                    $15,000.                             the system
       Academy.                                                                                                   average.
       Continue Huskins Bill (dual           On-going.          1
       enrollment) classes in compliance
       with NCCCS regulations.
       Create Transfer Ready Diploma         Fall, 2007
       Program.

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: AA and AS PROGRAM/S

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4


Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the AA and AS Program is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
                      humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.

     Subunit Goals**:      Graduates will demonstrate:
                           1. Skills to read, write, and speak competently.
                           2. Ability to apply methods of inquiry.
                           3. Skills to recognize and solve problems: to analyze, and synthesize; to make decisions, and to respond to change.
                           4. A greater understanding of themselves and their relationship to the larger world outside the classroom through learning about group interaction in the workplace,
                              developing a historical consciousness, learning how human culture develops, learning the workings of political systems, or by gaining an understanding of economic forces.
                           5. Skills to understand and manipulate algebraic data in a logical way.
                           6. Knowledge of functions, applications, and basic computer elements (computation and technology).
                           7. Knowledge of fundamental principles of science and the scientific method of inquiry; the skills to apply scientific knowledge to practical situations, and a respect for the
                              environment (understanding science).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1-7. (Con’t.)                                                                                                   2. Eighty-five        2. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                percent (85%)         Follow-Up survey of
     Use distance learning to deliver      On-going.          1
                                                                                                                or more of the        the 2006 year
     instruction, where practical.
                                                                                                                graduates             graduates
     Evaluate the performance of           On-going.          1                                                 responding to a
     Huskins, dual enrollment, and                                                                              follow-up survey
     home-schooled dual enrollment                                                                              will report
     students.                                                                                                  satisfaction with
                                                                                                                their program.
     Meet the performance standards set       2007            1
     for transfer students to UNC                                                                               3. Eighty-five        3. 2006-07 Graduate
     system.                                                                                                    percent (85%) or      Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                more of the           the 2006 year
Maintain and/or improve technology by:                                                                          graduates             graduates
                                                                                                                responding to a
     Upgrading English computers every       10-11                         $20,000.                             follow-up survey
     five years.
                                                                                                                will report
     Upgrade chemistry lab every five         2011                         $20,000.                             satisfaction with
     years.                                                                                                     their program.
     Upgrade biology lab every five           2010                         $20,000.
     years.
     Upgrade office computers.               06-11                         $20,000.

COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: AA and AS PROGRAM/S

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9             BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:   The purpose of the AA and AS Program is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
                   humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
    Subunit Goals**:    Graduates will demonstrate:
                        1. Skills to read, write, and speak competently.
                        2. Ability to apply methods of inquiry.
                        3. Skills to recognize and solve problems: to analyze, and synthesize; to make decisions, and to respond to change.
                        4. A greater understanding of themselves and their relationship to the larger world outside the classroom through learning about group interaction in the workplace,
                           developing a historical consciousness, learning how human culture develops, learning the workings of political systems, or by gaining an understanding of economic forces.
                        5. Skills to understand and manipulate algebraic data in a logical way.
                        6. Knowledge of functions, applications, and basic computer elements (computation and technology).
                        7. Knowledge of fundamental principles of science and the scientific method of inquiry; the skills to apply scientific knowledge to practical situations, and a respect for the
                           environment (understanding science).

                   OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                         DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                         $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**

                                                                                                             4. Transferring       4. UNC Report
                                                                                                             students will
                                                                                                             achieve a 2.5 GPA
                                                                                                             during the first
                                                                                                             year of transfer.


                                                                                                              Students using        Instructor and
                                                                                                             alternative           Course Evaluation by
                                                                                                             delivery methods      Student (NCIH and
                                                                                                             of instruction will   On line students)
                                                                                                             respond favorably
                                                                                                             to courses and
                                                                                                             methods of
                                                                                                             instruction.
                                                                                                             5-7. Transferring     5-7. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                             students will         Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                             achieve a 2.5 GPA     the 2006 year
                                                                                                             during the first      graduates, Course
                                                                                                             year of transfer,     Completion, UNC
                                                                                                             with performance      Report
                                                                                                             in math/sci as high
                                                                                                             as or higher than
                                                                                                             NCCCS avg.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Developmental Education Program is to support the open door policy of BCCC by providing a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence,
                       a positive learning environment for a diverse population, opportunities for adults to master basic skills, and opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
     Subunit Goals**:        Developmental students will:
                             1. Complete courses that are recommended, based on placement test scores.
                             2. Upgrade skills (reading, writing, and computation) to a level required by subsequent courses.
                             3. Be successful in first level of curriculum English and mathematics courses.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                     COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**

1-3.                                                                                                             1. MAT 050, seventy 1. Collect and analyze
Developmental Education Programs                                                                                 percent of the         data from individual
                                                                                                                 students enrolled at instructors.
Maintain and/or improve course offerings                                                                         the end of the
and academic support by:                                                                                         semester will pass the
                                                                                                                 course.
  -Continuing to offer developmental         On-going.         1
   courses in English, mathematics,                                                                               MAT 060,
   reading, and orientation/study skills                                                                         seventy percent of
   to attain subunit goals.                                                                                      the students
                                                                                                                 enrolled at the end
  -Maintaining a small (15-18 or             On-going.         1                                                 of the semester will
   less) instructor/student ratio in                                                                             pass the course.
   developmental courses.                                                                                         ENG 070, seventy
  -Investigating the implementation of       On-going.         2         Released time.                          percent of the
    linked developmental and curriculum                                                                          students enrolled
    courses (a modified version of                                                                               at the end of the
    learning communities).                                                                                       semester will pass
                                                                                                                 the course.
  -Continuing to offer accelerated           On-going.         1                                                  ENG 080, seventy
   courses for MAT 050 and MAT 060.                                                                              percent of the
  -Implementing accelerated courses for      Fall, 2007        2                                                 students enrolled
    ENG 080 and ENG 090.                                                                                         at the end of the
                                                                                                                 semester will pass
  -Continuing to offer ACA 118 as a          On-going.         1                                                 the course.
   hybrid course.                                                                                                 ENG 090, seventy
  -Continuing to offer developmental         On-going.         1                                                 percent of the
   courses at off-campus sites as                                                                                students enrolled
   needed.                                                                                                       at the end of the
                                             Fall, 2006        1                                                 semester will pass
  -Creating a mentoring program from                                                                             the course.
   the pool of ACA “Master Students.”


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ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:   The purpose of the Developmental Education Program is to support the open door policy of BCCC by providing a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence,
                   a positive learning environment for a diverse population, opportunities for adults to master basic skills, and opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
     Subunit Goals**:   Developmental students will:
                        1. Complete courses that are recommended, based on placement test scores.
                        2. Upgrade skills (reading, writing, and computation) to a level required by subsequent courses.
                        3. Be successful in first level of curriculum English and mathematics courses.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                        **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                             EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                            SUBUNIT
                                                                        $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                              GOALS**

1-3. (Con’t.)                                                                                               RED 070, seventy
Expanding the Academic Support Center        On-going.      1                                              percent of the
website to make more resources available                                                                   students enrolled
to students off campus and to assist                                                                       at the end of the
students taking distance learning courses.                                                                 semester will pass
Maintain and/or improve services offered                                                                   the course.
by personnel by:                                                                                            RED 080, seventy
  -Continuing to employ part-time            On-going.      1          $12.000.                            percent of the
   professional reading tutors.                                                                            students enrolled
                                                                                                           at the end of the
  -Continuing to employ a part-time          On-going.      1          $10,000.                            semester will pass
   technician for the Academic Support                                                                     the course.
   Center and the computer classrooms.
   (5-10 hours)                                                                                             RED 090, seventy
                                                                                                           percent of the
  -Continuing to employ a part-time          On-going.      2          $10,000.                            students enrolled at
   mathematics professional to assist in                                                                   the end of the
   the Academic Support Center. (5                                                                         semester will pass
   hours)                                                                                                  the course.
                                             On-going.      2          $10,000.
  -Monitoring the number of students                                                                        ACA 115, eighty
   using the Academic Support Center at                                                                    percent of the
   night to determine the need for                                                                         students enrolled
   opening additional nights and hiring                                                                    at the end of the
   additional personnel.                     On-going.      1                                              semester will pass
  -Continuing to have a counselor                                                                          the course.
   designated to assist students with
   personal needs and learning               On-going.      1
   difficulties.
  -Evaluating annually the increase in the
   number of students served by the
   Developmental Education Department
   to ascertain the need for additional
   full-time faculty.

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ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Developmental Education Program is to support the open door policy of BCCC by providing a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence,
                       a positive learning environment for a diverse population, opportunities for adults to master basic skills, and opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
     Subunit Goals**:        Developmental students will:
                             1. Complete courses that are recommended, based on placement test scores.
                             2. Upgrade skills (reading, writing, and computation) to a level required by subsequent courses.
                             3. Be successful in first level of curriculum English and mathematics courses.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                 **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                    COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**

1-3. (Con’t.)                                                                                                    2. There will be no    2. Track students
Maintain and/or improve technology by:                                                                           statistically          through first level of
                                                                                                                 significant            curriculum English
  -Upgrading computers in reading              07-08           1            $20,000.
                                                                                                                 difference in the      and mathematics
  classroom every 3-4 years.
                                                                                                                 performance of         course.
  -Upgrading computers in Academic             08-09                        $20,000.                             developmental
   Support Center every 3-4 years.                                                                               students as
                                                                                                                 compared to non-
  -Updating computers in developmental         09-10                        $20,000.
                                                                                                                 developmental
   mathematics classroom every 3-4
                                                                                                                 students in ENG
   years.
                                             Fall, 2006        1            $20,000.                             111, the first level
  -Creating additional computer classroom                                                                        mathematics
   for ENG 090/090A and ACA                                                                                      course, and
   118/Language Lab.                                                                                             designated
                                             On-going.         1           $1,500 per                            humanities or
  -Upgrading office computers and                                            office.                             social science
   printers as needed.                                         1                                                 courses.
                                             On-going.                       $6,000.
  -Continuing to upgrade the operating
   systems and increase the variety of the                                                                       3. Improve             3. Collect and analyze
   software and hardware options in the                                                                          retention in the       data from individual
   Academic Support Center and the                                                                               developmental          instructors.
   computer classrooms.                                                                                          courses.

Improve the facilities utilized by
developmental education by:                                    1
                                               06-07                         Space.
  -Finding additional space for the
   Academic Support Center to include
   space for testing, study groups, and
   individualized assistance.                                  2
                                               06-07                        $15,000.
  -Replacing worn out chairs at computer
   stations in two classrooms and the
   Academic Support Center.
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ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION: DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Developmental Education Program is to support the open door policy of BCCC by providing a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence,
                      a positive learning environment for a diverse population, opportunities for adults to master basic skills, and opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
     Subunit Goals**:      Developmental students will:
                           1. Complete courses that are recommended, based on placement test scores.
                           2. Upgrade skills (reading, writing, and computation) to a level required by subsequent courses.
                           3. Be successful in first level of curriculum English and mathematics courses.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


1-3. (Con’t.)
Maintain and/or improve the quality of
the Developmental Education
Department by:
                                            On-going.        1
  -Meeting performance standards set
   for passing rates of students in
   developmental courses.
                                            On-going.        1
  -Meeting performance standards for
   success rate of developmental
   students in subsequent college-level
   courses.                                 On-going.        2

  -Considering the efficacy of creating a
   Developmental Education Division.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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ARTS AND SCIENCES DIVISION – GENERAL EDUCATION

BCCC PURPOSE/GOALS #: 1, 2, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the General Education is to provide instruction in the essential skills of oral and written communications, mathematical concepts, and critical thinking, as well as the
                     humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
     Subunit Goals**:     Graduates will demonstrate
                          1. Skills to read, write, and speak effectively.
                          2. Skills to locate and use information resources to support life-long learning.
                          3. Skills to recognize and solve problems; to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize; and to respond to change.
                          4. Skills to understand and manipulate numerical data in a logical way.
                          5. Knowledge of basic computer elements, functions, and applications.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
  SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1-5.                                                                                                            1-5. Evaluations       1-5. 2006-07 Graduate
General Education Programs                                                                                      of services, student   Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                satisfactions          the 2006 year
     Continue to implement re-             On-going.         1                                                  surveys will reflect   graduates
     engineered semester courses to                                                                             that students'
     meet general education                                                                                     needs are being
     requirements of AAS and diploma                                                                            met.
     programs, in accordance with
     NCCCS and SACS guidelines.

     Cooperate with schools in             On-going.         2
     implementing Tech Prep.

     Support degree programs being         On-going.         1
     offered in prison units.

     Continue to facilitate dual enrollment On-going.
     program.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5, 6, 7                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Business Division is to provide degree, diploma, certificate, and specialized training appropriate to the needs of the individual, business, and industry within the scope of our
              instructional curriculums.
       Unit Goals**: 1.   Meet the skills needed by citizens as well as businesses in BCCC’s service area.
                     2.   Make the service area citizens more employable.
                     3.   Improve and enhance the quality of the service-area citizen’s personal and professional life.
                     4.   Promote continuous improvement of the Business Division through the evaluation process, the participation in staff development by all Business Division staff and faculty, the promotion of
                          critical thinking skills, and the continued development and application of new and emerging technologies in the classroom.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                             $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


1-5.                                                                                                             1. One hundred       1. NCCCS
                                                                                                                 percent (100%) of    Performance Measures
  Add instructor (Medical Office). (SO         06-11           1            $40,000.
                                                                                                                 the Business         and Standards and
  1)
                                               06-11           1            $9,500.                              Division programs    requirements and
  Require at least 15 hours of                                                                                   will meet NCCCS      SACS Criteria
  professional development. (SO 3)                                                                               Performance
                                               06-11           1            $17,000.
                                                                                                                 Measures and
  Add certification training for faculty.
                                                                                                                 Standards,
                                               06-11           1
                                                                                                                 competency-based
  Update course competency-based
                                                                                                                 content
  outlines.                                    06-11           1
                                                                                                                 requirements and
                                                                                                                 applicable SACS
  Incorporate critical thinking in             06-11           1
                                                                                                                 “must” statements.
  curriculum.
                                               06-11           1            $22,000.
  Keep abreast of new technology and
  trends through faculty training. (SO 3)

  Continue to offer distance learning
                                                                                                                 2. Students will     2. 2006-07 Graduate
  classes and Huskins’ classes in the
                                                                                                                 say that they use    Follow-Up survey of
  Business Division.
                                                                                                                 current              the 2006 year
                                               06-11           1
                                                                                                                 equipment.           graduates
  Work with Advisory Committees to
  look at current and future needs.
                                               06-11           1
  Evaluate programs within a five-year
  cycle.
                                               9/07            3            $3,000.
  Replace office computers.
                                               06-11           1            $11,400.
  Expand night and online/hybrid
  offerings. (SO 1, 3)


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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BUSINESS DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5, 6, 7                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Business Division is to provide degree, diploma, certificate, and specialized training appropriate to the needs of the individual, business, and industry within the scope of our
              instructional curriculums.
      Unit Goals**: 1.   Meet the skills needed by citizens as well as businesses in BCCC’s service area.
                    2.   Make the service area citizens more employable.
                    3.   Improve and enhance the quality of the service-area citizen’s personal and professional life.
                    4.   Promote continuous improvement of the Business Division through the evaluation process, the participation in staff development by all Business Division staff and faculty, the promotion of
                         critical thinking skills, and the continued development and application of new and emerging technologies in the classroom.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**                                                               ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


1-5. (Con’t.)                                                                                                   3. Seventy-five        3. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
  Upgrade at least one computer lab           06-11           1            $40,000.                             more of the            the 2006 year
  annually.                                                                                                     graduates              graduates
                                                                                                                responding will
  Software upgrades.                          9/06            1            $36,000.                             report employed in
                                                                                                                their field of study
  Add program or concentration.               06-11           3            $15,000.                             or related to their
                                                                                                                field of study.
  Develop a pool of qualified part-time       06-11           1
  faculty for Business Division classes.                                                                        4. Eighty-five         4. 2006-07 Graduate
  (SO 1)                                                                                                        (85%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                more of the            the 2006 year
  Keep abreast of new developments in         06-11           1                                                 graduates              graduates
  Business Division courses.                                                                                    responding will
                                                                                                                report BCCC met         Graduating Student
  Equipment needs for emerging                06-11           2            $42,000.                             their intended         Survey
  technologies for classroom demo.                                                                              objective and will
                                                                                                                recommend their
  Replace OST and MOA equipment.              12/06           1            $2,000.                              program to others.

  Build Driving Track                         9/07            2           $250,000.

  Replace BLET vehicles.                      9/07            2            $12,000.

  Evaluate course and program offerings       06-11           1
  each year to determine content.

  Provide updated equipment for BLET.         12/06           1            $17,700.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5, 6, 7                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Business Division is to provide degree, diploma, certificate, and specialized training appropriate to the needs of the individual, business, and industry within the scope of our
              instructional curriculums.
      Unit Goals**: 1.   Meet the skills needed by citizens as well as businesses in BCCC’s service area.
                    2.   Make the service area citizens more employable.
                    3.   Improve and enhance the quality of the service-area citizen’s personal and professional life.
                    4.   Promote continuous improvement of the Business Division through the evaluation process, the participation in staff development by all Business Division staff and faculty, the promotion of
                         critical thinking skills, and the continued development and application of new and emerging technologies in the classroom.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                            COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**                                                                ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1-5. (Con’t.)                                                                                                   5. Seventy-five       5. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                (75%) percent or      Follow-Up survey of
  Continued funding for part-time lab         8/07            1            $10,000                              more of the           the 2006 year
  assistant.                                                                                                    graduates             graduates
                                                                                                                responding will
  Continue Cisco Academy                      06-11           1            $8,000.                              report that the
  (maintenance fees-regional and Cisco).                                                                        courses prepared
                                                                                                                students for
                                                                                                                positions.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - ACCOUNTING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5, 6, 7                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:     The Accounting curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for entry-level accounting positions in all types of organizations, including CPA firms, small businesses, manufacturing firms,
                     insurance companies, banks, and non-profit organizations such as hospitals, colleges, school systems, and governmental agencies.
    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Accounting curriculum, graduates of the program will be capable of:
                           -Applying the “language of business.”
                           -Assembling and analyzing, processing, and communicating essential information about financial operations.
                           -Utilizing related skills developed through the study of communications, computer application, financial analysis, critical thinking skills, and ethics.
                           -Securing entry-level accounting positions in a variety of settings including business, government, and industry.

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                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                     SUBUNIT                                                               ACTION
                                                                             $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**

                                                                                                                    Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  Update competency-based course             06-11            1                                                   (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
  outlines.                                                                                                       more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
                                                                                                                  graduates              graduates
  Evaluate needs for software upgrade.       06-11            2                                                   responding to a
                                                                                                                  survey will report
  Keep abreast of new developments in        06-11            1             $1,000.                               that they found
  field.                                                                                                          employment in
                                                                                                                  their field of study
  Expand night offerings. (SO 2)             06-11            2             $2,000.                               or related to their
                                                                                                                  field of study.
  Develop a pool of qualified part-time      06-11            1
  faculty for Accounting. (SO 1)                                                                                   Eighty-five (85%)      2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                  percent or more of     Follow-Up survey of
  Support instructors’ professional          06-11            3             $1,500.                               BCCC graduates         the 2006 year
  development at graduate level.                                                                                  responding to a        graduates
                                                                                                                  survey will report
                                                                                                                  that BCCC met           Graduating Student
  Increase number of online/hybrid           06-11            1         Instructor time.
                                                                                                                  their intended         Survey
  courses. (SO 1, 3)
                                                                                                                  objective and will
                                                                                                                  recommend their
                                                                                                                  program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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BUSINESS DIVISION - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Business Administration curriculum is to prepare graduates to function as contributing members of management teams. Graduates may find employment in large and small
                     businesses, not-for-profit service organizations, government agencies, and financial institutions.
    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Business Administration curriculum, the graduate will have:
                           -Fundamental knowledge of business functions, processes, and business organizations.
                           -Skills related to the application of business concepts.
                           -Sound business education base for lifelong learning.
                           -Employable skills in government agencies, financial institutions, and large to small business or industry.

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                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF           ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                  COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR       OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT                                                         ACTION
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION          RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**

                                                                                                                   Seventy-five           2006-07 Graduate
  Update competency-based course             06-11            1                                                  (75%) percent or        Follow-Up survey of
  outlines.                                                                                                      more of the BCCC        the 2006 year
                                                                                                                 graduates               graduates
  Expand night offerings. (SO 2)             06-11            1           $3,000 part-                           responding to a
                                                                          time salary.                           survey will report
                                                                                                                 that they found
  Develop a pool of qualified part-time      06-11            1                                                  employment in
  faculty for Business Administration.                                                                           their field of study
  (SO 1)                                                                                                         or related to their
                                                                                                                 field of study.
  Continue to offer courses for area high    06-11            1
  schools.                                                                                                        Eighty-five (85%)       2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                 percent or more of      Follow-Up survey of
  Evaluate needs for software upgrades.      06-11            2                                                  BCCC graduates          the 2006 year
                                                                                                                 responding to a         graduates
  Develop courses for online/hybrid          06-11            2         Instructor time.                         survey will report
                                                                                                                 that BCCC met            Graduating Student
  delivery. (SO 1, 3)
                                                                                                                 their intended          Survey
                                                                                                                 objective and will
                                                                                                                 recommend their
                                                                                                                 program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Basic Law Enforcement Training is to prepare individuals for job opportunities in the field of law enforcement with state, county, and municipal governments in North
                      Carolina. In addition, knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired in this course of study qualify one for job opportunities with private enterprise in such areas as industrial, retail, and private
                      security.

       Subunit Goals**:     1. Offer courses to meet the requirements set forth by NCCCS and as mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education Training Standards Commission for the Basic Law
                               Enforcement Technology (BLET) and Justice Officers Basic Training certification exam.
                            2. Train students with the knowledge and skills to function as experienced law enforcement officers.


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                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                               COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                          NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                     SUBUNIT                                                                      ACTION
                                                                             $                 STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


1-2.                                                                                                               1-2.                   1-2.
                                                                                                                     Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  Identify qualified part-time faculty.       06-11            1                                                   (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
  (SO 1)                                                                                                           more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
                                                                                                                   graduates              graduates
  Replace BLET vehicles as needed.             2007            1             $12,000.                              responding to a
  (Required to have four police-package                                                                            survey will report
  vehicles.) Need to replace 1994                                                                                  that they found
  Chevy, including emergency                                                                                       employment in
  equipment.                                                                                                       their field of study
                                              12/07            2             $4,500.                               or related to their
  Law Enforcement hand guns                                                                                        field of study.
  (10 @ $450).
                                              12/06            1             $1,500.                               The percentage of      BLET Certification
  Riot Shields (8).                                                                                                first time test        Exam
                                               9/07            2            $250,000.                              takers that pass
  Driving track.                                                                                                   the BLET
  0                                           06-11            1             $2,500.                               Certification Exam
  Recruit more BLET students.                                                                                      will meet or exceed
                                                                                                                   the NCCCS
                                                                                                                   standard.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION – CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9               BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:  The purpose of the Criminal Justice Technology program is to prepare individuals for a career in law enforcement services occupation field and other allied occupations to include federal, state
                  county, and municipal governments. In addition knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired in this course of study qualify for job opportunities with private enterprise in such areas as industrial
                  retail, and private security.
    Subunit Goals**:    Upon completion of the Law Enforcement Technology curriculum, the graduate will have an understanding of
                        -Criminal behavior
                        -Interpersonal communication
                        -Law
                        -Patrol operations
                        -Psychology
                        -Sociology
                        -Traffic Management
                        -Other aspects of Law Enforcement administration

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                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCE           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET     PRIORITY                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                      S NEEDED         (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT                                                                  ACTION
                                                                          $               STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


  Continue professional development         06-11           1            $1,000.                                Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  (15 hours)/keep abreast of new                                                                              (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
  technology and trends through faculty                                                                       more of the CJC        the 2006 year
  training. (SO3)                                                                                             graduates              graduates
                                                                                                              responding to a
  Continue to encourage students to         06-11           1                                                 survey will report
  complete degrees/programs (increase                                                                         that they found
  number of completers).                                                                                      employment in
                                                                                                              their field of study
  Identify qualified part-time faculty.     06-11           2                                                 or related to their
                                                                                                              field of study.
  Study feasibility of establishing CJC     06-11           1
  programs in Hyde, Washington, and                                                                           Eighty-five (85%)       2006-07 Graduate
  Tyrrell counties for prison employees.                                                                      percent or more of     Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                              BCCC graduates         the 2006 year
  Develop course for online/hybrid          06-11           1           Instructor                            responding to a        graduates
  delivery. (SO 1, 3)                                                     Time.                               survey will report
                                                                                                              that BCCC met           Graduating Student
                                                                                                              their intended         Survey
  Plan, organize, and execute Criminal      06-11           1            $1,200.                              objective and will
  Justice Job Fair. (SO 2)                                                                                    recommend their
                                                                                                              program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION – COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Computer Information Technology curriculum is to prepare graduates for employment with business, industry, and government organizations that
                       use or are planning to use computers to process and manage information.
    Subunit Goals**:        Upon completion of the Computer Information Technology curriculum, students will be:
                            -Employable with organizations that use computers to process, manage, and communicate information.
                            -Able to implement, support, and customize industry-standard information systems.
                            -Qualified to perform a wide variety of computer-related, entry-level positions with duties such as systems maintenance and trouble-shooting, support and training, and business
                             applications design and implementation.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                            COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT                                                                   ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


  Update competency-based course              06-11           1                                                   Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  outlines.                                                                                                     (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                                more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
  Keep abreast of new technology              06-11           1             $4,000.                             graduates              graduates
  through training (hardware and                                                                                responding to a
  software).                                                                                                    survey will report
                                               9/06           2            $10,000.                             that they found
  Hire part-time lab assistant. (SO 1)                                                                          employment in
                                                                                                                their field of study
                                              06-11           2                                                 or related to their
  Investigate feasibility of teaching more                                                                      field of study.
  curriculum courses through Internet.
  (SO 2, 3)
                                                                                                                 Eighty-five (85%)      2006-07 Graduate
                                               9/06           1            $15,000.
                                                                                                                percent or more of     Follow-Up survey of
  Software upgrades.
                                                                                                                BCCC graduates         the 2006 year
                                                                                                                responding to a        graduates
                                              06-11           1             $3,000.
                                                                                                                survey will report
  Add new equipment for emerging                                                                                                        Graduating Student
                                                                                                                that BCCC met
  technologies.                                                                                                                        Survey
                                                                                                                their intended
                                                                                                                objective and will
                                                                                                                recommend their
                                                                                                                program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION – NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Networking Technology curriculum is to prepare graduates for employment with business, industry, and government organizations that use or
                       plan to incorporate networks as a critical component of their computer systems.

    Subunit Goals**:        Upon successful completion of the Networking Technology curriculum, students will be:
                            -Employable with organizations that use state-of-the-art computer networks.
                            -Able to perform, support and configure industry-standard network hardware (including network cabling, routers & switches).
                            -Qualified to perform a wide variety of network-related duties including network maintenance and troubleshooting, network support and user training, as well as network design and
                             implementation of new network infrastructures.
                            -Prepared to take tests for several industry standard certifications, including Cisco CCNA and CompTIA A+, Server+, and Network+.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN


                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                SUBUNIT                                                                 ACTION
                                                                           $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


  Update competency-based course              06-11          1                                                   Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  outlines.                                                                                                    (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                               more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
  Keep abreast of new technology              06-11          1             $4,000.                             graduates              graduates
  through training (hardware and                                                                               responding to a
  software).                                                                                                   survey will report
                                              06-11          2                                                 that they found
  Investigate feasibility of teaching more                                                                     employment in
  curriculum courses through                                                                                   their field of study
  nontraditional means, Internet,                                                                              or related to their
  wireless, infor. hwy, Saturday. (SO 2,                                                                       field of study.
  3)                                          06-11          1             $5,000.
                                                                                                                Eighty-five (85%)      Graduating Student
  Software upgrades.                          06-11          1             $8,000.                             percent or more of     Survey
                                                                                                               BCCC graduates
  Cisco System Academy and Regional                                                                            responding to a
  Academy (Annual Maintenance).               06-11          2            $15,000.                             survey will report
                                                                                                               that BCCC met
  Net Lab to teach CISCO labs online                                                                           their intended
  (pursuing grant as well).                   06-11          1             $5,000.                             objective and will
                                                                                                               recommend their
  Add new equipment for emerging                                                                               program to others.
  technologies.                               06-11          2            $10,000.

  Provide virtual Router Lab.                 06-11          2            $14,000.

  Add Security component to program.          06-11          2             $5,000.

  Add wireless capability to a classroom.


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BUSINESS DIVISION – COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 3

Subunit Purpose:    The purpose of the Computer Programming curriculum is to prepare individuals for gainful employment as computer programmers.

    Subunit Goals**:     Upon completion of the Computer Programming curriculum, students will be:
                         -Employable as computer programmers and related positions.
                         -Able to solve business computer problems through programming techniques and procedures, using appropriate languages and software.
                         -Qualified for employment in business, industry, and government organizations as programmers, programmer trainees, programmer/analysts, software developers,
                          computer operators, systems technicians, data-base specialists, computer specialists, software specialists, or information systems managers.


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                                                                                                            EXPECTED
                                                                   RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                           OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                    NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                         DATE                                                                SUBUNIT                                                               ACTION
                                                                       $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                             GOALS**


  Update competency-based course          06-11           1                                                 Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
  outlines.                                                                                               (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
                                                                                                          more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
  Keep abreast of new technology          06-11           1            $8,000.                            graduates              graduates
  through training (hardware and                                                                          responding to a
  software).                                                                                              survey will report
                                                                                                          that they found
                                          06-11           2            $3,200.                            employment in
  Expand night and online/hybrid                                                                          their field of study
  offerings. (SO 1, 3)                                                                                    or related to their
                                                                                                          field of study.

                                                                                                           Eighty-five (85%)      Graduating Student
                                                                                                          percent or more of     Survey
                                                                                                          BCCC graduates
                                                                                                          responding to a
                                                                                                          survey will report
                                                                                                          that BCCC met
                                                                                                          their intended
                                                                                                          objective and will
                                                                                                          recommend their
                                                                                                          program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Office Systems Technology curriculum is to prepare individuals to perform administrative support duties in a variety of offices including those offices with computerized
                      automated functions.

    Subunit Goals**:        Upon completion of the Office Systems Technology curriculum, graduates will be:
                            -Proficient in the use of integrated software, oral and written communications, analysis and coordination of office duties and systems, and other support topics.
                            -Employable in administrative support careers ranging from entry-level to supervisor to middle management.
                            -Able to respond to the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace.
                            -Qualified to perform administrative support duties in a variety of job settings including business, government, and industry.


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                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                            COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT                                                                   ACTION
                                                                             $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


  Replace equipment as needed.                06-11            2            $2,000.                                 Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                                  (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
  Add faculty certifications.                 06-11            3            $5,000.                               more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
                                                                                                                  graduates              graduates
  Upgrade OST software.                       06-11            1            $4,000.                               responding to a
                                                                                                                  survey will report
                                                                                                                  that they found
                                                                                                                  employment in
  Develop pool of qualified instructors       06-11            1                                                  their field of study
  for Office Systems Technology. (SO                                                                              or related to their
  1)                                                                                                              field of study.
                                              06-11            1
  Update competency-based outlines.                                                                                Eighty-five (85%)      Graduating Student
                                                                                                                  percent or more of     Survey
                                              06-11            1            $5,000.                               BCCC graduates
  Continue professional development/                                                                              responding to a
  keep abreast of new technology and                                                                              survey will report
  trends through faculty training. (SO 3)                                                                         that BCCC met
                                              06-11            1            $1,600.                               their intended
  Expand night offerings. (SO 2)                                                                                  objective and will
                                                                                                                  recommend their
                                              06-11            1                                                  program to others.
  Explore offering more online/hybrid
  classes. (SO 1, 3)




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Medical Office Administration curriculum is to prepare individuals for employment in medical and other health-care related offices.

    Subunit Goals**:        Upon completion of the Medical Office Administration curriculum, graduates will be:
                            -Able to utilize related skills developed through course work in medical terminology; information systems; office management; medical coding, billing, and insurance; legal and
                             ethical issues; and formatting and word processing.
                            -Proficient in administrative and support functions and skills applicable to medical environments.
                            -Employable in positions in medical and dental offices, hospitals, insurance companies, laboratories, medical supply companies, and other health-care related organizations.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT                                                                  ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


  Employ full-time qualified instructor       06-11           1            $40,000.                               Seventy-five (75%) 2006-07 Graduate
  for Medical Office Administration                                                                             or more of the         Follow-Up survey of
  curriculum. (SO 1)                                                                                            BCCC graduates         the 2006 year
                                                                                                                responding to a        graduates
  Update software and equipment as            06-11           2             $3,000.                             survey will report
  needed.                                                                                                       that they found
                                                                                                                employment in their
  Add instructor certifications.              06-11           3             $5,000.                             field of study or
  Develop pool of qualified instructors       06-11           1                                                 related to their field
  for Medical Office Administration.                                                                            of study.
  (SO 1)                                                                                                         Eighty-five (85%)     2006-07 Graduate
                                              06-11           1
  Update competency-based outlines.                                                                             percent or more Of    Follow-Up survey of
                                              06-11           1             $5,000.                             BCCC graduates        the 2006 year
  Continue professional development/                                                                            responding to a       graduates
  keep abreast of new technology and                                                                            survey will report
  trends through faculty training. (SO 3)                                                                       that BCCC met          Graduating Student
                                              06-11           1                                                 their intended        Survey
  Explore offering more classes                                                                                 objective and will
  online/hybrid. (SO 1, 3)                                                                                      recommend their
                                              06-11           1             $1,600.
  Expand night offerings. (SO 2)                                                                                program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - COSMETOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 3

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Cosmetology curriculum is to prepare students to successfully pass a comprehensive examination administered by the North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Arts and to
                     prepare graduates for employment in beauty salons and as skin/nail specialist, platform artists, and related businesses.

    Subunit Goals**:       Upon completion of the Cosmetology curriculum, the student should be able to:
                           -Demonstrate competency-based knowledge, scientific/artistic principles and provide hands-on fundamentals associated with the cosmetology industry.
                           -Simulate salon environment that enables students to develop manipulation skills.
                           -Demonstrate proficiency in course work of professional imaging, hair designs, chemical process, skin care, nail care, multi-cultural practices, business computer principles, product
                            knowledge, and other selected topics.
                           -Qualify to sit for State Board of Cosmetic Arts examination.
                           -Pass the State Board exam.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                             COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT                                                                    ACTION
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


  Advising:                                                                                                       Seventy-five          2006-07 Graduate
     Encourage students to enroll, based                                                                        (75%) percent or       Follow-Up survey of
                                             06-11           1           Cosmetology
     on the College's placement test                                                                            more of the BCCC       the 2006 year
                                                                           faculty.
     scores, in the appropriate                                                                                 graduates              graduates
     developmental reading class.                                                                               responding to a
     Advise students that have difficulty                                                                       survey will report
     with the Theory class to seek                                                                              that they found
  special assistance (TRIO tutoring,                                                                            employment in
     counseling, career planning,...)                                                                           their field of study
     within two weeks.                                                                                          or related to their
                                                                                                                field of study.
  Continue professional development in       06-11           1             $1,500.
  subject area. (SO 3)                                                                                            The percentage of     Cosmetology
                                                                                                                first time test        Certification Report
  Support instructors with educational       06-11           1             $5,000.                              takers that pass
  goals-receiving AAS degree.                                                                                   the state board of
                                                                                                                Cosmetic Arts will
  Encourage students who complete            06-11           1           Cosmetology                            meet or exceed
  required number of hours in                                              faculty.                             NCCCS standards.
  Cosmetology to take the exam as soon
  as possible. (SO 3)




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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BUSINESS DIVISION - COSMETOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 3

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Cosmetology curriculum is to prepare students to successfully pass a comprehensive examination administered by the North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Arts and to
                     prepare graduates for employment in beauty salons and as skin/nail specialist, platform artists, and related businesses.
    Subunit Goals**:      Upon completion of the Cosmetology curriculum, the student should be able to:
                          -Demonstrate competency-based knowledge, scientific/artistic principles and provide hands-on fundamentals associated with the cosmetology industry.
                          -Simulate salon environment that enables students to develop manipulation skills.
                          -Demonstrate proficiency in course work of professional imaging, hair designs, chemical process, skin care, nail care, multi-cultural practices, business computer principles, product
                           knowledge, and other selected topics.
                          -Qualify to sit for State Board of Cosmetic Arts examination.
                          -Pass the State Board exam.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                              COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT                                                                     ACTION
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


  Instruction:                                                                                                  Eighty-five (85%)     2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                               percent or more of    Follow-Up survey of
    Meet regularly to assess progress of    06-11           1           Cosmetology                            BCCC graduates        the 2006 year
    students and to share teaching                                        faculty.                             responding will       graduates
    strategies for the Theory                                                                                  report that BCCC
    instruction.                                                                                               met their intended     Graduating Student
                                            06-11           1            COS Lead                              objective and will    Survey
    Investigate ways of reinforcing                                      Instructor.                           recommend their
    Theory concepts via computer                                                                               program to others.
    software programs. (SO 3)

  Program:
                                            06-11           2              Bus Div
    Add new program areas—esthetics,                                    Chairperson,
    nails, etc. (SO 3)                                                 COS Lead and
                                                                            other
                                                                         instructors.
                                            06-08           1
    Study feasibility of adding an AAS                                     Bus Div
    degree in addition to the diploma in                                Chairperson,
    Cosmetology.                                                       COS Lead and
                                                                            other
                                            12/06           1            instructors.
    Software for tracking student
    records.                                                              $3,000.



COMMENTS/NOTES:

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INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Industrial Technology Division is to provide high quality degree, diploma, certificate, and specialized training in the following areas: manufacturing and production,
              design, service, construction and repair.
       Unit Goals**: 1. Meet the skill needs of the citizens as well as businesses and industries in BCCC’s service area.
                     2. Make the service area citizens more employable.
                     3. Improve and enhance the quality of the service-area citizen’s personal and professional life.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                     COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                             $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT


1-3.                                                                                                             1. Eighty-five        1. Community
       Provide staff development and         On-going.         1            $10,000.                             percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
       upgrading in the newer                                                                                    more of the           2007-2008.
       technologies of curriculums. (SO 3)                                                                       service-area
                                                                                                                 community
       Continue to upgrade booklets,          06-07            1             $1,000.                             responding will
       recruit manuals, and handout                                                                              rate the quality of
       material for division.                                                                                    BCCC's
                                                                                                                 educational
       Meet NCCCS Performance                 06-07            1                                                 programs
       Measures and Standards annually.                                                                          favorably.

       Continuous Equipment/                  06-11            1                                                  One hundred           NCCCS Performance
       Technological Updates. (SO 1)                                                                             percent (100%) of     Measures and
                                                                                                                 the Industrial        Standards
       -Enhance recruiting by:                06-07            1                                                 Technology             SACS Criteria
                                                                                                                 Division programs
            Continue services of a part-                                                                         will meet NCCCS
            time recruiter.                                                                                      Standards,
                                                                                                                 competency-based
            Continued promotion of                                                                               content
            Industrial Technology                                                                                requirements, and
            Programs at local high                                                                               applicable SACS
            schools. (SO 2)                                                                                      “must” criteria
                                                                                                                 statements.
            Continue web site production
            that highlights Industrial
            Technology programs. (SO 2)




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Industrial Technology Division is to provide high quality degree, diploma, certificate, and specialized training in the following areas: manufacturing and production,
               design, service, construction and repair.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Meet the skill needs of the citizens as well as businesses and industries in BCCC’s service area.
                    2. Make the service area citizens more employable.
                    3. Improve and enhance the quality of the service-area citizen’s personal and professional life.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN


                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF               ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                          $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION              RESULT

1-3. (Con’t.)                                                                                                 2. Eighty-five          2. Community
                                                                                                              percent (85%) or        Satisfaction Survey,
          Continue to advise probable        06-07                                                            more of the service-    2007-2008.
          transfer students to take                                                                           area will rate
          academically challenging                                                                            BCCC's
          related courses. (SO 2)                                                                             performance is
                                                                                                              meeting community
          Investigate adding storage         06-07                                                            needs as "Excellent"
          space/facility for IT division.                                                                     or "Good".
                                                                                                                Fifty percent (50%)    2006-07 Graduate
          Continue to promote technical                                   $1,000.                             or more of the          Follow-up survey of
          careers for women event.                                                                            graduates               2006 year graduates
          (SO 2)                                                                                              responding will
                                                                                                              report employed in
     Security fence behind Bldg. #4 to       06-07          1                                                 their field of study
     enclose equipment for safety                                                                             or related to their
     reasons.                                                                                                 field of study.

                                                                                                              3. Eighty-five          3. 2006-07 Graduate
                                                                                                              percent (85%)           Follow-up survey of
                                                                                                              or more of the          the 2006 year
                                                                                                              graduates               graduates
                                                                                                              responding will
                                                                                                              report BCCC met          Graduating Student
                                                                                                              their intended          Survey
                                                                                                              objective and will
                                                                                                              recommend their
                                                                                                              program to others.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Subunit Purpose:     The Automotive Systems Technology curriculum provides training for students for entry-level skills used in the diagnosis and repair of transportation systems in automotive dealerships,
                     trucking companies, and marine applications.
    Subunit Goals**:      Completers will be able to:
                          -Use proper diagnostic procedures.
                          -Use equipment and tools safely and properly.
                          -Identify, diagnosis, and repair automotive components and systems.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                SUBUNIT
                                                                          $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


    Encourage student completion of          06-07                                                              Completers will      Goals will be assessed
    degree or diploma requirements.                                                                           express an eighty-    by:
    (SO 2)                                                                                                    five percent (85%)        -Written test.
                                                                                                              satisfaction rating       -Project review.
    Support professional development         06-07          1             $1,000.                             with the program.         -Results from
    for Automotive instructors to                                                                                                         college surveys.
    maintain current certifications (e.g.
    Air Conditioning, Safety
    Inspection, Emission controls, ASE,                                                                        Eighty-five           Community
    and NATEF). (SO 3)                                                                                        percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                              more of the           2007-2008.
    Improve classroom/shop                                                                                    service-area
    environment. (SO 1)                                                                                       community
         -Paint shop area.                   06-07          1             $5,000.                             responding will
         -Upgrade restroom.                  06-07          1                                                 rate the quality of
                                                                                                              BCCC's
    Maintain (repair and replace when        06-07          1                                                 educational
    needed) existing tools, equipment,                                                                        programs
    and diagnostic equipment.                                                                                 favorably.

         -Computer (diagnostics)             06-07                        $3,000.

    Add secure storage for automobiles.      06-07          1




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 3

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum is to train technicians for jobs in the areas of research, design, development, production, maintenance, and sale of electrical and
                      power generation equipment.
     Subunit Goals**:       Graduates will be able to:
                            -Use safe and proper practices in electrical installation.
                            -Use blueprints to determine materials and cost of electrical systems.
                            -Use proper testing procedures to diagnose and repair circuitry.
                            -Plan and install electrical systems.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                 STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


     Support professional development         06-07            1             $2,500.                              Graduates will       Goals will be assessed
     for ELC and ELN instructors. (SO                                                                           express an eighty-    by:
3)                                                                                                              five percent(85%)         -Written exams.
                                              06-07            1           Classroom.                           satisfaction rating       -Project review.
     Investigate possible additional lab                                                                        with the program.         -Co-op visits.
     space.                                                                                                                               -College surveys.


                                                                                                                 Eighty-five           Community
                                                                                                                percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                                more of the           2007-2008.
                                                                                                                service-area
                                                                                                                community
                                                                                                                responding will
                                                                                                                rate the quality of
                                                                                                                BCCC's
                                                                                                                educational
                                                                                                                programs
                                                                                                                favorably.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 3

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Electronic Engineering Technology curriculum is to provide basic background in electronic related theory, with practical applications of electronics for business and industry.
                     Courses are designed to develop competent electronics technicians who may work as assistants to engineers or as liaisons between engineers and skilled craftpersons.
    Subunit Goals**:       Graduates will be able to:
                           -Design, build, diagnose, test and repair electronic components, equipment, and systems.
                           -Apply training to present industrial applications.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


    Support professional development         06-07           1             $2,500.                               Graduates will       Goals will be assessed
    for ELC and ELN instructors                                                                                express an eighty-    by:
    (PLC training). (SO 3)                                                                                     five percent (85%)        -Written test.
                                                                                                               satisfaction rating       -Project review.
    Investigate possible additional lab      06-07           1           Classroom.                            with the program.         -Results from
    space.                                                                                                                               -College surveys.

    Provide equipment for instruction
    of new technologies.                                                                                        Eighty-five           Community
                                                                                                               percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
         -OTDR-Multimode Module              06-07           1            $65,000.                             more of the           2007-2008.
                                                                                                               service-area
                                                                                                               community
                                                                                                               responding will
                                                                                                               rate the quality of
                                                                                                               BCCC's
                                                                                                               educational
                                                                                                               programs
                                                                                                               favorably.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

                                                                                                          90
                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY – CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS PROGRAM

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:    The purpose of the Construction Equipment Systems Program is to provide high quality training and skills to troubleshoot and repair construction equipment.
                    systems.
    Subunit Goals**:       Graduates will be able to:
                           -Use proper diagnostic procedures to trouble shoot and repair construction equipment
                           -Use equipment and tools safely and properly.
                           -Identify, diagnose, and repair components, and systems.


                    OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                          $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


    Purchase heavy duty tools.              06-07           1            $20,000.                              Graduate will         Goals will be assessed
                                                                                                             express an eighty-     by:
    Purchase motor grader.                  06-07           1            $20,000.                            five percent (85%)         -Written exams.
                                                                                                             satisfaction rating        -Co-op visits.
    Set up computer lab.                    06-07           1            $10,000.                            with the program.          -Project review.
                                                                                                                                        -College surveys.
    Air condition Bldg. #7.                 06-07           1

                                                                                                              Eighty-five            Community
                                                                                                             percent (85%) or       Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                             more of the            2007-2008.
                                                                                                             service-area
                                                                                                             community
                                                                                                             responding will
                                                                                                             rate the quality of
                                                                                                             BCCC's
                                                                                                             educational
                                                                                                             programs
                                                                                                             favorably.

                                                                                                              Participants will      Workshop evaluation.
                                                                                                             rate projects/
                                                                                                             activities favorably




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:    The purpose of the Mechanical Engineering Technology curriculum is to give individuals the opportunity to acquire basic skills and related technical information necessary
                    to gain employment in the a mechanically oriented industrial setting.
    Subunit Goals**:      Graduates will be able to:
                          -Interpret blueprints to determine material and processes to complete projects.
                          -Use hand tools, power tools, and machinery in a safe and efficient manner to complete projects.
                          -Produce projects using hand tools, power tools, and computerized equipment.


                    OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                          $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


    Continue Huskins classes. (SO 2)        06-07           1                                                    Graduate will        Goals will be assessed
                                                                                                               express an eighty-    by:
    Hand tools and supplies.                06-07           1            $10,000.                              five percent (85%)        -Project review.
                                                                                                               satisfaction rating       -Written exams.
    Replace one engine lathe per year.      06-11                       $10,000/yr.                            of the program.           -Results from
                                                                                                                                         -College surveys.
    Implement on-line classes where         06-07
    practical. (SO 2)
                                                                                                                Eighty-five           Community
    Purchase surface grinder.               06-07                         $6,000.                              percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                               more of the           2007-2008.
                                                                                                               service-area
                                                                                                               community
                                                                                                               responding will
                                                                                                               rate the quality of
                                                                                                               BCCC's
                                                                                                               educational
                                                                                                               programs
                                                                                                               favorably.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                      2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY - DRAFTING AND DESIGN

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9              BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3

Subunit Purpose:    The purpose of the Mechanical Engineering Technology - Drafting and Design curriculum is to prepare technicians for drafting and/or design mechanical parts, mechanisms, and
                    mechanical systems.
    Subunit Goals**:      Graduate will be able to:
                          -Draw and understand mechanical components in accordance to accepted manufacturing standards.
                          -Use computers to produce drawings and CNC codes for manufacture of products.
                          -Solve problems mechanically or mathematically in the design of components.
                          -Produce actual projects in the machine shop using drawings and CNC codes.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                             EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                     NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                               SUBUNIT
                                                                        $               STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                              GOALS**


    Support professional development       06-07          1            $4,000.                               Graduates will       Goals will be assessed
    as needed and as required (software                                                                    express an eighty-    by:
    training). (SO 3)                                                                                      five percent (85%)        -Written exams.
                                                                                                           satisfaction rating       -Co-op visits.
    Upgrade CAD and CAM software           06-07                      $9,500/yr.                           of the program.           -Project review.
    annually. (BCCC, HCU, SHS)                                                                                                       -College surveys.

    Upgrade computers at HCU and           06-07                       $20,000.                             Eighty-five           Community
    SHS.                                                                                                   percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                           more of the           2007-2008.
    Update CAD Lab computers at            07-08                       $42,000.                            service-area
    BCCC.                                                                                                  community
                                                                                                           responding will
    Implement on-line classes where        06-07                                                           rate the quality of
    practical. (SO 2)                                                                                      BCCC's
                                                                                                           educational
    Install Smart Board in 4-104.          06-07                                                           programs
                                                                                                           favorably.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - WELDING TECHNOLOGY

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Welding Technology curriculum is to give students sound understanding of the principles, methods, techniques and skills essential for successful employment in
                      the welding field and metals industry.
     Subunit Goals**:      Graduates will be able to:
                           -Use safe and proper practices in welding operations.
                           -Use blueprints to determine materials and processes needed to complete projects.
                           -Use proper testing procedures to insure quality.
                           -Use various welding procedures (MIG, TIG, STICK) to accomplish tasks.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


     Investigate the employment of a         06-07           1            $28,000.                               Graduates will       Goals will be assessed
     second on-campus instructor.                                                                              express an eighty-    by:
                                                                                                               five percent (85%)     -Written exams.
     Replace doors on back of welding        06-07           1                ?                                satisfaction rating    -Co-op visits.
     shop.                                                                                                     of the program.        -Project review.
                                                                                                                                      -College surveys.
      Purchase a CNC laser for               06-07                       $300,000.
fabrication                                                                                                     Eighty-five           Community
      lab.                                                                                                     percent (85%) or      Satisfaction Survey,
                                             06-07                                                             more of the           2007-2008.
     Pave compound.                                                                                            service-area
                                             06-07           1            $8,500.                              community
     Purchase Euromac/DFX Software.                                      Training -                            responding will
                                                                          $2,500                               rate the quality of
                                                                          (Total-                              BCCC's
                                                                         $11,000).                             educational
                                                                                                               programs
                                             06-07           1             $1,000.                             favorably.
     Purchase two stations with Teksoft
     software. (Conventional drawings
     to be transferred.)
                                             06-07           1           $4,749.21
     Purchase a CV-300 Cobramatic
     MIG/Aluminum.
                                             06-07           1            $70,000.
     Purchase a CNC Robotic Welder.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

     Unit Purpose: The purpose of the LRC is to enrich the teaching/learning process of the College and the community by providing resources, instructional support, equipment, and qualified staff in
                   Media/Graphics, AV/Electronic Distance Learning, and the Library.
          Goals**: 1. Meet the demands of both traditional and innovative information and educational services.
                   2. Facilitate and improve the educational process by teaching students and patrons the information-seeking skills necessary for self-directed and lifelong learning. Implement relevant
                      training necessary for faculty and staff to enhance instruction.
                   3. Provide efficient information delivery systems.
                   4. Provide instructional and technical support for electronic distance learning.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                          $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


1. Meet the demands of both                  06-11                                                            1. Eighty-five        1. Faculty/Staff and
   traditional and innovative                                                                                 percent (85%) or      Current Student
   information and educational                                                                                more of BCCC          Evaluation of College
   services. (SO 3)                                                                                           students, faculty,    Services, Spring 2007
                                                                                                              and staff will
     Provide Library resources in print                     1
                                                                                                              report satisfaction
     and non-print formats. (Refer to
                                                                                                              with LRC services.
     subunit plan.)

     Provide Media/Graphics to all areas                    1
     of the College. (Refer to subunit
     plan.)
     Meet the AV/EDL needs of the                           1                                                  Needs will be         BCCC budget
     students, staff, and faculty. (Refer                                                                     reflected in LRC      request form.
     to subunit plan.)                                                                                        budget.

     Seek grant funding where
     appropriate. (SO 1)
2. Facilitate and improve the               On-going.                                                         2. Eighty-five        2. Faculty/Staff and
   educational process by teaching                                                                            percent (85%) or      Current Student
   students and patrons the                                                                                   more of BCCC          Evaluation of College
   information-seeking skills necessary                                                                       students, faculty,    Services, Spring 2007
   for self-directed and lifelong                                                                             and staff will
   learning. Implement relevant                                                                               report satisfaction
   training necessary for faculty and                                                                         with LRC services.
   staff to enhance instruction.
                                                                                                               One hundred
     Provide orientation/instruction                        1                                                 percent of ACA
     sessions to help students/patrons                                                                        students will
     develop information literacy.                                                                            complete Library
                                                                                                              orientation.


                                                                                                         95
                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the LRC is to enrich the teaching/learning process of the College and the community by providing resources, instructional support, equipment, and qualified staff in
              Media/Graphics, AV/Electronic Distance Learning, and the Library.
          Goals**: 1. Meet the demands of both traditional and innovative information and educational services.
                   2. Facilitate and improve the educational process by teaching students and patrons the information-seeking skills necessary for self-directed and lifelong learning. Implement relevant
                      training necessary for faculty and staff to enhance instruction.
                   3. Provide efficient information delivery systems.
                   4. Provide instructional and technical support for electronic distance learning.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF               ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                          $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION              RESULT


2. (Con’t.)
     Provide orientation/instruction
     sessions to assist students with
     media production. (SO 2)
     Provide training and assistance in    On-going.
     designing on-line classes, digital
     media, PowerPoint presentations,
     Web pages, and graphic designs.
     (SO 2)
     Support implementation of                              1
     distance learning classes.
     Provide new employee orientation                       1                                                  Workshops will be       List of attendees from
     in Library, Media /Graphics, AV                                                                          conducted (Fall &       AV/EDL Coordinator.
     and NCIH. (SO 2)                                                                                         Spring) to orient
                                                                                                              new employees.
     Provide staff training for emerging                    1                                                  Staff training           Memo
     technology as part of professional                                                                       needs will be           (interdepartmental)
     development. (SO 2)                                                                                      identified annually.
3. Provide efficient information            06-11                                                             3. Eighty-five          3. Faculty/Staff and
   delivery systems.                                                                                          percent (85%) or        Current Student
                                                                                                              more of BCCC            Evaluation of College
     Provide faculty, staff, students,                      1
                                                                                                              students, faculty,      Services, Spring 2007
     patrons, with up-to-date technology
                                                                                                              and staff will report
     and retrieval systems.
                                                                                                              satisfaction with
     Maintain fast, reliable, audio, and                    1                                                 LRC services.
     video connectivity.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the LRC is to enrich the teaching/learning process of the College and the community by providing resources, instructional support, equipment, and qualified staff in
              Media/Graphics, AV/Electronic Distance Learning, and the Library.
          Goals**: 1. Meet the demands of both traditional and innovative information and educational services.
                   2. Facilitate and improve the educational process by teaching students and patrons the information-seeking skills necessary for self-directed and lifelong learning. Implement relevant
                      training necessary for faculty and staff to enhance instruction.
                   3. Provide efficient information delivery systems.
                   4. Provide instructional and technical support for electronic distance learning.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                          $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


3. (Con’t.)
     Utilize emerging technology                            1
     including the Intranet.
     Review and update technology plan                      1
     annually.

4. Provide instructional and technical     On-going.        1
   support for e-learning.
     Act as clearinghouse for all EDL                       1
     courses.
     Increase course offerings yearly.                      1                                                  Increase online
                                                                                                              course offerings by
     Coordinate Blackboard courses.
                                                                                                              ten percent
                                                                                                              annually.

     Handle all EDL contracts.
     Act as liaison between EDL
     and systems administrators.
     Request EDL(online classes,           On-going.
     tele-courses, and NCIH) funding to
     purchase hardware & software
     upgrades, supplies and materials,
     maintenance, contracts, etc.
     Investigate possibility of offering    06-07
     an
     on-line degree.
     Increase awareness of distance
     learning. (SO 2)

                                                                                                         97
                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                         BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-3

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the LRC is to enrich the teaching/learning process of the College and the community by providing resources, instructional support, equipment, and qualified staff in
              Media/Graphics, AV/Electronic Distance Learning, and the Library.
           Goals**: 1. Meet the demands of both traditional and innovative information and educational services.
                    2. Facilitate and improve the educational process by teaching students and patrons the information-seeking skills necessary for self-directed and lifelong learning. Implement relevant
                       training necessary for faculty and staff to enhance instruction.
                    3. Provide efficient information delivery systems.
                    4. Provide instructional and technical support for electronic distance learning.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                            UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


4. (Con’t.)
  Stay abreast of SACS criteria as related    On-going.       1
  to Distance Learning.
  Schedule orientations for distance          Fall, 2006
  learning students.
  Inform faculty/staff of distance learning   On-going.
  innovations (new software/ hardware).
  (SO 2)
  Offer professional development sessions       06-07
  related to e-learning. (SO 2)
  Maintain distance learning policies on      On-going.
  web.
  Utilize wireless/satellite technology.        06-07         1
  Manage use of laptops.
  Explore possibility of : (SO 3)
     -providing streaming video                 06-07
    -utilizing space in Bldg. #5 (close         06-11
       proximity to Media/Graphics
     Dept.)
       for technology training.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                             2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                      and service area.
     Subunit Goals**:       1.   Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                            2.   Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                            3.   Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                            4.   Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                            5.   Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                            6.   Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                               $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1. Provide an organized and                                                                                        1. Eighty percent     1. F/Staff & Current
   accessible collection.                                                                                          (80%) of              Student Evaluation of
                                                                                                                   respondents will      College Services,
     Increase the resources collection        On-going           1         Contingent on
                                                                                                                   agree that the        Spring 2007
     annually including books and AV:                                      state funding.
                                                                                                                   collection and
          Identify collection needs of                                                                             resources meet
          the College’s programs and                                                                               their needs.
          provide resources to meet
          those needs.
          Select resources in needed          On-going.
          areas.
          Increase awareness of library       On-going.
          services to College and the
          public.

          Developing a Marketing plan
          for LRC. (SO 2)
2. Meet the instructional and
                                                                                                                   2. Eighty             2. Same
   individual needs of students,
                                                                                                                   percent (80%) of
   staff/faculty, and the community.
                                                                                                                   respondents will
     Purchase additional resources in         On-going.          1            $10,000.                             agree that they
     various formats to offer a variety of                                                                         have access to a
     research capabilities to the patrons.                                                                         broad range of
     (CD-ROM , On-line databases,                                                                                  learning resources
     etc.)                                                                                                         in varied formats.
     Maintain current printed periodical      On-going.          1            $15,000
     subscriptions.                                                           annually.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                            BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:   The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                   and service area.
     Subunit Goals**:   1. Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                        2. Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                        3. Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                        4. Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                        5. Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                        6. Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                SUBUNIT
                                                                          $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


2. (Con’t. )                                                                                                  2. (Con’t.)            2. (Con’t.)
                                                                                                                Library staff will    Records on file in
     Increase faculty/staff participation   On-going.       3
                                                                                                              have opportunities     LRC Director's office.
     in the selection and evaluation of
                                                                                                              to attend
     materials/resources in their
                                                                                                              workshops,
     respective curriculum/subject
                                                                                                              seminars, meetings
     area/s.
                                                                                                              to keep abreast of
           -Encourage faculty and staff     On-going.
                                                                                                              trends and
             to submit material requests.
                                                                                                              technology in the
             (written requests & verbal
                                                                                                              field.
             requests)
           -Meet with Faculty Senate        On-going.                                                          Policies will be
             annually to emphasize their                                                                      evaluated and/or
             role in collection                                                                               updated annually
             development.                                                                                     to assure that
           -Maintain a systematic           On-going.                                                         needs of patrons
             program of “weeding” to                                                                          are met.
             keep collection current to
             curriculum and community
             needs.                                                                                           3. Eighty percent      3. Faculty/Staff,
                                                                                                              (80%) of               Current Student
3. Ensure that all patrons (students,
                                                                                                              respondents will       Evaluation of College
   faculty, staff, and community) have
                                                                                                              agree that the         Services, Spring 2007
   access to a broad range of learning
                                                                                                              collection and          Core lists
   resources in varied formats at both
                                                                                                              resources meet          “Standards for
   primary and distance learning sites.
                                                                                                              their needs.           community, junior,
     Provide patrons with up-to-date        On-going.                                                                                and technical college
     technology and information                                                                                                      learning resources
     retrieval system.                                                                                                               programs.”


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                  BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                              2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                       and service area.
     Subunit Goals**:        1.   Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                             2.   Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                             3.   Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                             4.   Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                             5.   Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                             6.   Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                 **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                       EXPECTED
                                                                            RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                      OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                                DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                                $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                        GOALS**


3. (Con’t.)

     Continue support of CCLINC                  06-11            1
     (automated library system).

     Maintain library software (SIRSI).        On-going.          1

4. Teach students/patrons the best                                                                                   4. Eighty percent     4. Faculty/Staff,
   possible way to access information.                                                                               (80%) of              Current Student
                                                                                                                     respondents will      Evaluation of College
     Provide training for faculty, staff,      On-going.                                                             agree that the        Services, Spring 2007
     and students. (SO 2)                                                                                            library is
                                                                                                                     providing access to
                                                                                                                     information/
                                                                                                                     resources through
                                                                                                                     state-of-the-art
                                                                                                                     technology.

                                                                                                                      Eighty percent        Faculty/Staff and
                                                                                                                     (80%) of              Current Student
                                                                                                                     respondents will      Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                     rate the library      Services, Spring 2007
                                                                                                                     staff as helpful in
                                                                                                                     assisting them with
                                                                                                                     access to
                                                                                                                     information.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                                 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                             2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                      and service area.
     Subunit Goals**:       1.   Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                            2.   Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                            3.   Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                            4.   Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                            5.   Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                            6.   Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                      EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                       METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                     OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                  ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                               $                STATUS                                      DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                       GOALS**


5. Provide state-of-the-art technology                                                                              5. Library              5. SACS Criteria and
   to ensure that students/patrons,                                                                                 facilities and staff    ACRL Standards
   staff/faculty have access to internal                                                                            will meet SACS
   /external sources of information.                                                                                Criteria and
                                                                                                                    ACRL Standards.
     Continue to provide remote access        On-going.
     to patrons of the library. Such
                                                                                                                     Eighty percent          Eighty percent (80%)
     access will ensure that distance
                                                                                                                    (80%) of respon-        of respon-dents will
     learning students and other patrons
                                                                                                                    dents will agree        agree that the Library
     are provided library access to
                                                                                                                    that the Library        has facilities and staff
     resources.
                                                                                                                    has facilities and      to meet their needs.
                                                                                                                    staff to meet their
      Purchase new computers and                 As              2
                                                                                                                    needs.
printers                                       needed.
      to increase access and replace old
      equipment.
                                                                 2
      Continue digitizing significant       On-going.
      resources such as Life on the Pamlico
      and explore possibilities of e-
reserves.                                                                                                           6. Seventy percent      6. Orientation survey
6. Assist students/patrons in                                                                                       (70%) of students
   developing information literacy –                                                                                will rate orientation
   the ability to locate, evaluate and                                                                              as helpful.
   use information to become life-long                                                                                Sixty percent
                                                                 1
   learners.                                                                                                        (60%) of faculty/
                                              On-going.
     Provide orientation/instruction                                                                                staff will be pro-
     (group, bibliographic, point-of-use,                                                                           ficient in informa-
     individual) to help patrons                                                                                    tion retrieval in
     develop information literacy.                                                                                  the library.


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                                                                                   BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                               2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:        The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                        and service area.
       Subunit Goals**:       1.   Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                              2.   Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                              3.   Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                              4.   Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                              5.   Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                              6.   Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.

                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                        EXPECTED
                                                                             RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                       OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                              NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                                 DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                                 $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                         GOALS**

6. (Con’t.)                                                                                                           6. (Con’t.)           6. (Con’t.)
       Teach patrons use of electronic          On-going.          1                                                    Sixty percent        Faculty/Staff
       resources as well as traditional                                                                               (60%) of faculty/     Evaluation of College
       resources.                                                                                                     staff will be pro-    Services, Spring 2007
       Provide assistance in conducting         On-going.                                                             ficient in informa-
       research.                                                                                                      tion retrieval in
                                                                                                                      the library.
       Provide f/s orientation sessions.
Other:
       Make every effort to ensure that         On-going.          1
       BCCC adheres to all copyright
       laws.
       Use standards for two-year colleges      On-going.          3
       and SACS criteria requirements on
       staffing and facilities to identify
       needs.
       Maintain adequate library staff.         On-going.          2
       Purchase additional shelving for           06-07                         $6,000+.
       expansion of video and book, on
tape
       collection.
                                                On-going.          3
       Provide opportunities for staff
       development and professional
       growth.
                                                On-going.          4
       Support opportunities for staff
       development.

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                                                                                 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                             2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - LIBRARY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Beaufort County Community College Library is to provide resources and services that support, facilitate, and enhance the informational and learning needs of the College
                      and service area.
     Subunit Goals**:       1.   Provide an organized and accessible collection.
                            2.   Meet the instructional and individual needs of students, staff/faculty, and community.
                            3.   Ensure that all patrons (students, faculty, staff, and community) have access to a broad range of learning resources in varied formats at both primary and distance learning sites.
                            4.   Teach students/patrons the best possible way to access information.
                            5.   Provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure that students/patrons, staff/faculty have access to internal/external sources of information.
                            6.   Assist students/patrons in developing information literacy - the ability to locate, evaluate, and use information to become life-long learners.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                               $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


6. (Con’t.)

     Provide release time for staff to        On-going.
     enroll in work-related classes.

     Review library policies to assure        On-going.
     that services continue to meet the
     needs of the students, staff/faculty,
     and community.

     Provide training for staff on the use    On-going.
     of equipment (computers, printers,
     copiers), information retrieval
     (CCLINC, Internet, On-line and
     CD-ROM resources).

     Provide current software                 On-going.
     applications.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - EDUCATIONAL MEDIA/GRAPHICS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of BCCC Educational Media/Graphics is to provide multimedia services including graphics/web design, Blackboard software administration, and instructional support for faculty,
                      staff, students, and community organizations.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery of instruction and support services.
                            2. Communicate and promote college activities to BCCC faculty, staff, students, and to the community.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                     COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                               SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery       On-going.                                                         1-2.                  1-2.
of                                                                                                              Ninety percent        Faculty/Staff
   instruction and support services.                                                                           (90%) or more of      Evaluation of College
                                                                                                               those responding to   Services, Spring 2007
     Provide media/graphics to all
                                                                                                               a Media/Graphics
     divisions.
                                                                                                               Survey will report
     Provide training in Blackboard,                                                                           satisfaction.
     PowerPoint, web-based software,
     and graphic design to faculty, staff,
     and students.
     Assist with design and
     implementation of instructional
     presentations including Internet
     assignments and online classes.
     Assist with management and
     administration of new software and
     hardware (as related to Learning
     Resources).
                                              06-08                        $5,000.
     Complete NC State Web Master
     Certificate Program.
                                             On-going.
     Develop linear and nonlinear video
     for presentations and online classes.
     Incorporate streaming media and
     other enhancements for the web.
     Update equipment for video
     production and digital training.
     Purchase DVD player and DVD
     writer for multiple copying.



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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - EDUCATIONAL MEDIA/GRAPHICS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2, 3

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of BCCC Educational Media/Graphics is to provide multimedia services including graphics/web design and instructional support for faculty, staff, students, and
                      community organizations.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery of instruction and support services.
                            2. Communicate and promote college activities to BCCC faculty, staff, students, and to the community.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1. (Con’t.)
                                                                                                               1-2. (Con’t.)         1-2. (Con’t.)
     Provide instruction and assistance
                                                                                                                Ninety percent        Faculty/Staff
     to students for multimedia
                                                                                                               (90%) or more of      Evaluation of College
     presentations.
                                                                                                               those responding to   Services, Spring 2007
     Stay abreast of new technology                                                                            a Media/Graphics
     related to media/graphics and                                                                             Survey will report
     Distance learning.                                                                                        satisfaction.
2. Communicate and promote college          On-going.         1
   activities to faculty, staff, and
   students.
     Develop and manage the website,
     Intranet, and Blackboard.
     Make website handicapped
     accessible
     Design campus newsletter, flyers,
     schedules, etc. (SO 2)
     Update division web pages and
     Intranet upon request from
     President, Deans, and Division
     Chairs.
     Produce orientation CD's for new
     employees, students, and industry.
     (SO 2)
     Develop professional multimedia
                                              06-07
     presentations for faculty and staff.
     (SO 2)
     Upgrade and expand training
     hardware and software.
     Maintain digitization site
     (Circanceast). (SO 3)

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - AUDIOVISUAL/ELECTRONIC DISTANCE LEARNING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the AV/Electronic Distance Learning is to provide support to BCCC faculty and staff through audiovisual service, telecommunications services, and NCIH distance
                     learning activities.

     Subunit Goals**:      1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery of instructional coursework (e.g. overhead projectors, video equipment, tape recorders, etc.).
                           2. Facilitate and expand the delivery of curricular and continuing education offerings of the College to off-campus sites.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                  COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery                                                                           1-2.                 1-2.
   of instructional coursework.                                                                                   Ninety percent       Faculty and Staff
                                                                                                                 (90%) or more of     Evaluation for
     Coordinate and offer new              On-going.          1                                                  those responding     AV/EDL services,
     employee orientation of AV and                                                                              to an AV/EDL         Spring 2007
     telecommunications as needed.                                                                               services survey
     (SO 2)                                                                                                      will report
                                                                                                                 satisfaction with
     Provide continued support and         On-going.          1            $34,000.                              those services.
     implementation of data/video
     projection systems for curriculum.

     Replace AV inventory each year.         06-07            1        $15,000-20,000.
     (10% - Refer to "comments/notes"
     on next page.)

2. Facilitate and expand the delivery
of
   curricular and continuing
education
   offerings of the College to off-
   campus sites.                           On-going.          1

     Foster partnerships with public
     schools, sister community colleges,
     agencies, and universities by: (SO
2)

          Working with service-area
          agencies to promote usage of
          NCIH data connections.

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
LRC - AUDIOVISUAL/ELECTRONIC DISTANCE LEARNING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 2

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the AV/Electronic Distance Learning is to provide support to BCCC faculty and staff through audiovisual service, telecommunications services, and NCIH distance
                     learning activities.

     Subunit Goals**:      1. Facilitate and enhance the delivery of instructional coursework (e.g. overhead projectors, video equipment, tape recorders, etc.).
                           2. Facilitate and expand the delivery of curricular and continuing education offerings of the College to off-campus sites.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                  COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


2. (Con’t.)                                                                                                      1-2. (Con’t.)        1-2. (Con’t.)
                                                                                                                  Ninety percent       Faculty and Staff
     Assist with implementation and          06-07            1                                                  (90%) or more of     Evaluation for
     development of Electronic Distance                                                                          those responding     AV/EDL services,
     Learning classes.                                                                                           to an AV/EDL         Spring 2007
                                                                                                                 services survey
     Purchase furniture for NCIH room        06-07            1             $6,300.                              will report
     for student use.                                                                                            satisfaction with
       -30 chairs                                                                                                those services.

     Upgrade P/A Systems in Auditorium,      06-07                         $18,000.
     Bldg. #8.

     Implement A/V equipment in              06-07            1            $21,000.
     Bldg. #10 for the multi-purpose
room.
                                             06-07                          $9,500.
     Purchase additional features for
     Bldg. #10 multi-purpose room
     sound system.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
   *Amount reflects 10% of total equipment inventory. (10% is the standard practice/percentage for determining annual upgrade cost.)
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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Administrative Services is to provide an environment that enables faculty, staff and students to concentrate on the appropriate tasks, which is essentially educational.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide and maintain educational facilities, which will be attractive, safe, adequate, comfortable, handicapped accessible and will enhance student learning.
                   2. Manage budgets and financial matters prudently and in accordance with state, federal and local rules and regulations. Be accountable and fiscally responsible in all
                      financial activities.
                   3. Improve communications between support services and all employees to ensure that applicable fiscal and personnel procedures are understood.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED                METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR
                                                        PRIORITY                                                OUTCOMES for          ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME            COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                            DATE                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)
                                                                                                                UNIT GOALS**          DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                           $                STATUS


1. Provide and maintain educational                                                                            1. BCCC students,      1. Faculty/Staff and
   facilities, which will be attractive,                                                                       faculty and staff      Current Student
   safe, adequate, comfortable,                                                                                will rate facilities   Evaluation of College
   handicapped accessible and will                                                                             favorably.             Services, Spring, 2007
   enhance student learning.

  Roof replacement, Bldg. #3 and upper      06-07            1           $300,000.
  level of Bldg #1.

  Schedule annual minor building           On-going.                     $25,000/yr.
  renovations and/or repairs.

  Renovate lower level of Bldg. #5.          7 /0 7          3          $2,000,000.

  Replace and/or repair LRC ramp.           07-08            1         Expected cost
                                                                       $20,000 (local
                                                                          funds).

  Purchase two additional vehicles.          7 /0 7          1            $40,000.

  Replace A/C controls in each room in       6 /0 9          3         $20,000/bldg.
  all buildings.

  Complete Campus Master Plan and           06-16            2          $29,000,000.
  Maintenance Plan.

  Complete acquisition and                  06-07            1           $200,000.
  improvements required for Truck
  Driving Classes.



COMMENTS/NOTES:


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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Administrative Services is to provide an environment that enables faculty, staff and students to concentrate on the appropriate tasks, which is essentially educational.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide and maintain educational facilities, which will be attractive, safe, adequate, comfortable, handicapped accessible and will enhance student learning.
                   2. Manage budgets and financial matters prudently and in accordance with state, federal and local rules and regulations. Be accountable and fiscally responsible in all
                      financial activities.
                   3. Improve communications between support services and all employees to ensure that applicable fiscal and personnel procedures are understood.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED               METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR
                                                        PRIORITY                                                OUTCOMES for         ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME            COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                           DATE                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)
                                                                                                                UNIT GOALS**         DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                           $                STATUS


2. Manage budgets and financial                                                                                2. BCCC Audit         2. NCCCS Annual
  matters prudently and in                                                                                     will be without any   Audit Report
  accordance with state, federal and                                                                           exceptions.
  local rules and regulations. Be
  accountable and fiscally responsible
  in all financial activities.

  Provide assistance and direction for      06-11            1
  subunits in Division to obtain goals.

  Develop campus energy plan.               06-07            1




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – BUSINESS OFFICE

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                        BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Business Office is to manage and account for the financial resources of the College. The Business Office services include Accounting and Cashiering.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Manage budgets and financial matters prudently and in accordance with state, federal, and local rules and regulations. Be accountable and fiscally responsible in all
                               financial activities.
                            2. Provide efficient and convenient service to the students.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


1. Manage budgets and financial                                                                                  1. Complete,           1. Internal controls
   matters prudently and in                                                                                      accurate and           and exception free
   accordance with state, federal, and                                                                           timely financial       audit reports
   local rules and regulations. Be                                                                               accounting and
                                                                                                                                         Faculty/Staff
   accountable and fiscally responsible                                                                          reporting.
                                                                                                                                        Evaluation of College
   in all financial activities.
                                                                                                                                        Services, Spring, 2007
  Fill vacant accounting position.            06-07           1            $45,000.

  Redefine job responsibilities and           06-07           3           Staff time.
  cross-train staff.

  Implement E-procurement at                   8/06           2           Staff time.
  department level and train staff.                                                                              2. Improve             2. Current Student
                                                                                                                 services to            Evaluation of College
2. Collect fees as efficiently and                                                                               students.              Services, Spring, 2007
   conveniently as possible for the
   students.

  Reinstate student orientation and            8/07           1
  provide comprehensive information to
  students regarding Financial Aid,
  tuition payments, bookstore purchases,
  etc.

  Implement on-line payment procedure.        2007            2

  Provide students easier access to           07-09           3
  cashier by relocating cashier office to
  ground level.



COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES - BOOKSTORE

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Campus Bookstore is to ensure that all required textbooks and supplies are available to BCCC students and faculty.
       Subunit Goals**:    1. Promote an atmosphere that provides easy access to texts that are required for each course.
                           2. Provide faculty with current information to assist in procurement.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1-2.                                                                                                            1. Increased         1. Faculty/Staff and
                                                                                                                efficiency for       Current Student
Investigate the use and purchase of           7/07           1           Bookstore                              students and staff   Evaluation of College
Financial Aid link software for new CIS                                   Funds                                                      Services, Spring, 2007
system and point of sale software system.                                $50,000.

Analyze mark-up percentage.                 On-going.        1                                                  2. Increased         2. Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                                efficiency for       Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                students and staff   Services, Spring, 2007




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – NETWORK SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7                   BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of Network Services is to provide support to BCCC’s faculty and staff through innovative campus computer network development and administration.
     Subunit Goals**:      1.   Enhance the delivery of instructional and support service.
                           2.   Promote external education partnerships.
                           3.   Improve instructional programs through technical and diagnostic assistance.
                           4.   Support academic and administrative needs through new or improved network facilities and services.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                 COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                            $               STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1. Enhance Network hardware and/or                                                                             1. BCCC faculty         1. Faculty/Staff
   software to make the network                                                                                and staff will          Evaluation of College
   robust in the delivery of services to                                                                       indicate satisfaction   Services, Spring, 2007
   campus classrooms and desktops.                                                                             with Network
                                                                                                               Services.
    Schedule replacement of computers         06-07           1             TBD.
    in various computer labs across                                                                            2. BCCC faculty
    campus.                                                                                                    and staff will
                                              06-07           3             TBD.                               agree that BCCC
    Develop a schedule for replacement                                                                         Network Services
    of servers and other network                                                                               meet their needs
    equipment.                                07-09           4           $200,000.                            (e.g. help available
                                                                                                               when needed,
    Complete evaluation of and begin                                                                           access available
    testing campus VOIP (Voice Over                                                                            when needed).
    IP) to enable use of video
    conferencing, email, instant               12/06          5            $10,000.
    messaging, etc.
                                               12/06          2         $200/scanner.
    Increase campus internet speed.

    Purchase document scanners for
    appropriate areas.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – NETWORK SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Network Services is to provide support to BCCC’s faculty and staff through innovative campus computer network development and administration.
     Subunit Goals**:       1.   Enhance the delivery of instructional and support service.
                            2.   Promote external education partnerships.
                            3.   Improve instructional programs through technical and diagnostic assistance.
                            4.   Support academic and administrative needs through new or improved network facilities and services.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF              ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                 COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                             $               STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


2. Promote the technical education/                                                                             2. Network              2. Faculty/Staff
   training for faculty and staff in use                                                                        participants will       Evaluation of College
   of network resources.                                                                                        agree that network      Services, Spring, 2007
                                                                                                                training provided
    a. Enhance training for Network             2006           1            $4,500.                             is useful.
       Admin. for Novell and
    GroupWise.
                                                2006           1
    b. Update disaster recovery
       procedures and test system.                                                                              3. BCCC faculty         3. Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                                and staff will          Evaluation of College
3. Work proactively to develop                                                                                  indicate satisfaction   Services, Spring, 2007
   strategies and technologies to                                                                               with Network
   deliver twenty-first century                                                                                 Services.
   functionality to BCCC and its
   service area.
                                                2006           1            $2,500.

    a. Create a central contact point
       (help desk) for questions,
       requests,. Employ a “work order”
       system to handle service requests
       and provide status updates via           2006           3              $??.
       BCCC intranet.

    b. Investigate CATV campus wide
       for relaying BCCC News, weather
       and headline news for emergency
       updates.



COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – NETWORK SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of Network Services is to provide support to BCCC’s faculty and staff through innovative campus computer network development and administration.
     Subunit Goals**:     1.   Enhance the delivery of instructional and support service.
                          2.   Promote external education partnerships.
                          3.   Improve instructional programs through technical and diagnostic assistance.
                          4.   Support academic and administrative needs through new or improved network facilities and services.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF            ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR        OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                SUBUNIT
                                                                           $               STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION           RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


4. Support academic and adminis-                                                                              4. BCCC faculty      4. Faculty/Staff
   trative needs through new or                                                                               and staff will agree Evaluation of College
   improved network facilities and                                                                            that BCCC Network Services, Spring, 2007
   services.                                                                                                  Services meet their
                                                                                                              needs (e.g. help
      a. Investigate campus wide CATV         1/06           3                                                available when
          service and/or video over IP.                                                                       needed, access
                                                                                                              available when
      b. Reorganize network port              6/06           1                                                needed).
         assignments and patch panels to
         deliver the most efficient
         bandwidth use.

      c. Underwrite support of rack           6/06           1            $20,000.
         equipment with maintenance
         contracts.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – PERSONNEL

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1,3, 4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Personnel Office is to provide support services to college employees and assist in the overall hiring process and forward personnel and payroll information to Payroll
                      Department accurately and timely.
       Subunit Goals**      1. Increase knowledge of personnel issues and procedures.
                            2. Improve communications to all employees on personnel procedures, information, and benefits available.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1-2.                                                                                                            1. Services will be   1. Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                                improved.             Evaluation of College
Coordinate update of employee job             2007                                                                                    Services, Spring, 2007
descriptions and develop classifications
for positions.

Review benefit offerings and provide          2008
regular, on-going communications
regarding benefits via intranet.                                                                                2. All employees      2. Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                                will be better        Evaluation of College
Develop hiring/firing/discipline              2007                                                              informed.             Services, Spring, 2007
procedures.

Review and develop salary plan for            2009
college.

Hire HR consultant to evaluate current        2007
HR processes and set a time line for
implementing needed improvements.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – PLANT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                         BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Plant Maintenance and Operation is to provide physical facilities and grounds, which complement the mission of the College, and provides an environment that is
                       conducive to learning and services.
     Subunit Goals**:         1. Provide a physical environment that is conducive to effective learning through maintenance, preventive maintenance, and where appropriate, deferred maintenance
                                 in campus buildings.
                              2. Maintain campus grounds through routine maintenance, preventive maintenance, and where appropriate, deferred maintenance.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1. Provide a physical environment that                                                                          1. Facilities          1. BCCC Long-Range
   is conducive to effective learning                                                                           Master and BCCC        Plan “End-of-Year”
   through maintenance, preventive                                                                              Long-Range Plan        Report
   maintenance, and where                                                                                       will show progress.
   appropriate, deferred maintenance
                                                                                                                 BCCC students,         Faculty/Staff and
   in campus buildings.
                                                                                                                faculty and staff      Current Student
  Attach ladder Bldg. #5.                       8/06           1            $3,000.                             will rate facilities   Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                favorably.             Services, Spring, 2007
  Install streetlights on loop road.           07-08           2

  Replace AC compressors and coils              9/06           1
  (the two large outside units) at Bldg.
  #2.
                                               10/06           1            $2,000.
  Purchase lift for lights.
                                                9/06           1         Local-$15,000.
  Replace lights in Bldg. #8 Auditorium.
                                               12/06           3            $2,000.
  Change Business Office lobby door
  hardware to accommodate
  handicapped individuals and replace
  exteriors door hardware in Bldg. #3
  with panic systems.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – PLANT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1


Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Plant Maintenance and Operation is to provide physical facilities and grounds, which complement the mission of the College, and provides an environment that is
                     conducive to learning and services.

     Subunit Goals**:      1. Provide a physical environment that is conducive to effective learning through maintenance, preventive maintenance, and where appropriate, deferred maintenance
                              in campus buildings.
                           2. Maintain campus grounds through routine maintenance, preventive maintenance, and where appropriate, deferred maintenance.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR            OUTCOMES for             METHOD OF               ACTUAL            COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                           DATE                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)            SUBUNIT             ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                                                          $                STATUS                GOALS**             DOCUMENTATION              RESULT



2. Maintain campus grounds through                                                                            2. Grounds will be     2. Faculty/Staff and
   routine maintenance, preventive                                                                            attractive and safe.   Current Student
   maintenance, and where                                                                                                            Evaluation of College
   appropriate, deferred maintenance.                                                                                                Services, Spring, 2007
                                                                                                               BCCC students,
   Develop plan and schedule for          On-going.         1          Staff training
                                                                                                              faculty and staff
   landscaping issues, air quality, and                                    time.
                                                                                                              will rate facilities
   other on-going maintenance matters.
                                                                                                              favorably.
   Reinstate OSHA monthly training           8/06           1
   sessions.

   Add additional staff for landscaping      9/06           1
   matters.

   Provide flexible hours so that            7/06           1
   maintenance can be completed prior
   to student and staff arrival.

   Provide walkie talkies for                7/07           1
   maintenance mechanics.

   Begin use of work order system in         7/07                     Training time.
   CIS.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – PRINT SHOP/MAIL AND SUPPLY ROOM

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                         BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Print Shop is to provide campus wide duplicating/printing services and to manage mailroom and central supply.
       Subunit Goals**:    1.   Provide quality, timely printing for BCCC faculty and staff of various printed materials for campus and related community distribution.
                           2.   Offer convenient and timely on-campus printing/duplicating services of college publications.
                           3.   Provide prompt and efficient mail service and make available general supplies for faculty and staff.
                           4.   Be in charge of maintenance of all copiers on campus.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**


1-4.                                                                                                              Faculty and Staff    Faculty and Staff
                                                                                                                 will be satisfied    Evaluation of the
                                                                                                                 with services.       College Services
Maintain and replace copiers and fax         On-going.         1
machines as needed.

Develop replacement schedule for             On-going.         1          $20,000/yr.
copiers and equipment (including copiers
around the entire campus) and proceed to
follow the schedule.

Work with bookstore to reduce costs of       On-going.         1           Staff time.
printing manuals, “books”, etc.

Reorganize mail and supply room to             7/07            1            $2,000.
provide a safer, more efficient
environment for staff.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – CAMPUS POLICE

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                         BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the BCCC Police Department is to provide professional law enforcement and safety/security services to the entire campus community.
  Subunit Goals**:           1. Continue to promote an atmosphere that is conducive to two-way open forms of communication between the police department and campus population
                                 and beyond and enhance our crime prevention efforts and levels of “one to one” service.
                             2. Continue to provide professional law enforcement and safety services that afford all entities of the campus community an atmosphere that insures that the education and
                                 service functions of the college flourish in the most tranquil and efficient manner possible.
                             3. Continue to insure a high level of compliance with all applicable OSHA standards.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


Continue to speak at all sections of the       8/06           13                                                 1. Increased          1. Consistent reporting
ACA classes each semester.                                                                                       reporting of crimes   numbers on the annual
                                                                                                                 and safety hazards    crime statistics reports
 a. Revise/reprint campus safety and           9/06           14            $1,000.                              from the BCCC         and increased requests
    security manual, emergency flip chart                                                                        citizenry.            from the campus
    and “Campus Watch” program                                                                                                         citizenry on campus
    posters and purchase crime                                                                                                         safety related
    prevention materials to hand out to                                                                                                information. Active
    all participants to promote the                                                                                                    involvement by
    program:                                                                                                                           students in the campus
                                                                                                                                       safety & security
     T-shirts                                                                                                                          lectures conducted in
     Pepper spray                                                                                                                      all ACA classes. 100%
     Ink pens                                                                                                                          satisfaction by
     Refrigerator magnets                                                                                                              employees reflected in
     Mini mag lights                                                                                                                   the Spring, 2007
                                                                                                                                       Faculty/Staff
 b. High visibility patrols (foot and                                                                                                  Evaluation of College
    vehicle).                                                                                                                          Services.

                                               9/06            3          $2,500 (Grant
 c. Purchase three (3) bulletproof vests-                                Award-$1,533).
    (Bulletproof Vest Program) (federal
    grant).
                                               9/06            2         Software/Hard-
 d. Criminal Information Network access                                   ware/Install-
    via laptop.                                                              $2,500.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – CAMPUS POLICE

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                        BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the BCCC Police Department is to provide professional law enforcement and safety/security services to the entire campus community.
  Subunit Goals**:          1. Continue to promote an atmosphere that is conducive to two-way open forms of communication between the police department and campus population
                                and beyond and enhance our crime prevention efforts and levels of “one to one” service.
                            2. Continue to provide professional law enforcement and safety services that afford all entities of the campus community an atmosphere that insures that the education and
                                service functions of the college flourish in the most tranquil and efficient manner possible.
                            3. Continue to insure a high level of compliance with all applicable OSHA standards.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                   GOALS**

Continue to develop comprehensive             9/06            7            $45,000.                             2. Decrease or no      2. Continuation of
workplace violence/critical incident                                                                            increase or steady     ACA lectures and
policy/program (OSHA).                                                                                          numbers involving      above average (96%)
                                                                                                                property crimes        satisfaction numbers
Purchase access key/software to install
                                              9/06            4            $2,000.                              and college and        on employee
backup of employee/student ID badge
                                                                                                                personal theft.        evaluation of services.
database on office PC and laptop.
                                                                                                                Increased              No major increase in
                                                                                                                knowledge by the       reported personal and
Continue to review/revise all existing        9/06            8            $5,000.                              BCCC citizenry on      property crimes.
adopted OSHA policies/and provide                                                                               campus crime and
needed initial and replacement                                                                                  campus safety
equipment/supplies:                                                                                             policies.
 a. Lockout/tagout equipment
                                                                                                                3. Decrease in         3. Continuation of
 b. First aid supplies                                                                                          number of              OSHA in-service
 c. Wheelchairs                                                                                                 employee related       training programs and
 d. Blood borne pathogen protective                                                                             on the job             the continued
     gear/spill cleanup kits                                                                                    accidents/injuries.    development of OSHA
 e. Fire extinguisher inspection (annual)                                                                       Increased              policies/programs
                                                                                                                knowledge by the       that are specifically
 f. Sprinkler system inspection (annual)                                                                        BCCC citizenry on      targeted/designed for
     Bldgs. #10 & #11                                                                                           OSHA compliance        BCCC. Decrease in
 g. Overhead crane inspection (annual)                                                                          issues and policies.   OSHA compliance
 h. Marketing supplies to promote and                                                                                                  violations via the
     enhance OSHA compliance among                                                                                                     annual campus wide
     campus employees.                                                                                                                 inspection. High
                                                                                                                                       satisfaction % with
                                                                                                                                       overall services by our
                                                                                                                                       agency via survey
                                                                                                                                       results.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – CAMPUS POLICE

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7                        BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the BCCC Police Department is to provide professional law enforcement and safety/security services to the entire campus community.
  Subunit Goals**:          1. Continue to promote an atmosphere that is conducive to two-way open forms of communication between the police department and campus population
                                and beyond and enhance our crime prevention efforts and levels of “one to one” service.
                            2. Continue to provide professional law enforcement and safety services that afford all entities of the campus community an atmosphere that insures that the education and
                                service functions of the college flourish in the most tranquil and efficient manner possible.
                            3. Continue to insure a high level of compliance with all applicable OSHA standards.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**



Convert part-time police officer to full      06-07           1            $25,000.
time position.

Explore ideas for replacement of              9/06            9         Cost not known
parking lot lights and implementation                                    at this time.
plan for replacement/upgrades.

Comprehensive camera/video system for         9/08            5            $30,000.
entire campus.

Card access/entry system that has             2009           10            $30,000.
capabilities to include debit system for
student purchases/fees.

Add additional capacity to existing           06-07          11            $5,000.
burglar alarm control panels to
accommodate more users.

Centralized office space.                     9/11           12            $3,000.

Install parking lot call boxes.               9/08            6            $3,000.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – System Administrator Services

BCCC GOAL #: 1-7                            BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the System Administrator Services is to manage all aspects of BCCC’s administrative computer operations.
     Subunit Goals: 1.      Facilitate the operation of essential administrative functions.
                    2.      Provide access to administrative information
                    3.      Insure the integrity of the system information.
                    4.      Maintain availability (operation) of the system.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES              *MID-YEAR                             METHOD OF          ACTUAL
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                 TARGET                                                              OUTCOMES for
                                                          PRIORITY        NEEDED              (END OF YEAR)                        ASSESSMENT &/OR      OUTCOME   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                             DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                   STATUS                            DOCUMENTATION         RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**

1. Facilitate the operation of essential                                                                      1. Ninety percent
   administrative functions.                                                                                  (90%) or more of
                                                                                                              BCCC faculty and
  Complete migration to CIS Student           06-07            1            Training.                         staff that use the
  Module.                                                                                                     administrative
                                                                                                              system and
  Upgrade to Datatel Colleague R18.           06-07            1           Upgrade or                         respond will agree
                                                                          replace main                        that system meets
                                                                         CIS Server and                       their
                                                                           disk arrays.                       administrative
                                                                                                              needs.
  Implement Electronic Data Exchange.         07-08?           1            Training.                          Ninety percent
                                                                                                              (90%) or more of
  Implement Verisign E-Commerce.              06-07?           1             Class III                        BCCC faculty and
                                                                            Certificate                       staff that use the
                                                                            ($800 per                         administrative
                                                                             annum).                          system and
                                                                                                              responding will
  Install Web Advisor Server.                 07-08            1              $6,000                          agree that help is
                                                                                                              available when
  Implement Bookstore connection to           06-07            2               $$$.                           needed.
  CIS.

  Investigate CampusCruiser Web                2007            2          $$ (annually).
  Portal.
                                            On-going.          2            Staff time.
  Document Administrative systems.
                                            On-going.          1             $2,500.
  Provide Online Help/Documentation.
                                              06-11            1             $2,500.
  Train Systems Backup.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – System Administrator Services

BCCC GOAL #: 1-7                                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the System Administrator Services is to manage all aspects of BCCC’s administrative computer operations.
     Subunit Goals: 1.     Facilitate the operation of essential administrative functions.
                    2.     Provide access to administrative information
                    3.     Insure the integrity of the system information.
                    4.     Maintain availability (operation) of the system.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED             METHOD OF
                                                                        RESOURCES              *MID-YEAR                                                    ACTUAL
                                           TARGET                                                              OUTCOMES for       ASSESSMENT &/OR
   SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                              PRIORITY        NEEDED              (END OF YEAR)                                                 OUTCOME   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                            DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT       DOCUMENTATION
                                                                            $                   STATUS                                                      RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


1. (Con’t.)

     Additional client programs as           06-11            1              $900.
     needed.

     Revise Student Support Services         06-11            1          Development                         Federal TRIO          TRIO guidelines
     Program database as needed.                                            time.                            requirements will    (Federal Register)
                                                                                                             be met.


 2. Provide access to administrative                                                                         2. Ninety percent    2. Faculty/Staff
    information.                                                                                             (90%) or more of     Evaluation of College
                                                                                                             BCCC faculty and     Services, Spring, 2007
     Add workstations at counter for          2006            1           Use replaced                       staff that use the
     CIS access.                                                           computers.                        administrative
                                                                                                             system will agree
     Continue Student Services Record      On-going.          1           $100 (Blank                        that access is
     scanning.                                                              media).                          available when
                                                                                                             needed.
     Install Record Imaging (CIS third       06-11            2           $$ software
     party application).                                                $7,000 scanner.


     Provide forms processing                06-11            3                ?.
     capability.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES – System Administrator Services

BCCC GOAL #: 1-7                                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose: The purpose of the System Administrator Services is to manage all aspects of BCCC’s administrative computer operations.
     Subunit Goals: 1.     Facilitate the operation of essential administrative functions.
                    2.     Provide access to administrative information
                    3.     Insure the integrity of the system information.
                    4.     Maintain availability (operation) of the system.

                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES              *MID-YEAR                              METHOD OF              ACTUAL
                                           TARGET                                                              OUTCOMES for
  SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                               PRIORITY        NEEDED              (END OF YEAR)                         ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                            DATE                                                               UNIT/SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                   STATUS                             DOCUMENTATION             RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


 3. Insure integrity of system                                                                               3. BCCC will pass     3. Faculty/Staff
    information.                                                                                             NC State              Evaluation of College
                                                                                                             Information           Services, Spring, 2007
   Inform users about policies,            On-going.          1                                              System (IS) Audit
   standards, and guidelines.                                                                                requirements.

   Purchase, receive approval, and           06-07            1                                               Ninety percent
   implement IT standards.                                                                                   (90%) of
                                                                                                             administrative
   Purchase Audit-Trail software.            06-11            2             $5,320.                          system users will
                                                                                                             be aware of
                                                                                                             policies.
                                                                                                             4. Ninety percent     4. Faculty/Staff
 4. Maintain availability (operation)                                                                        (90%) or more of      Evaluation of College
    of system.                                                                                               BCCC faculty and      Services, Spring, 2007
                                                                                                             staff responding
     Continue Maintenance Contracts.         06-11            1                                              will agree that
                                                                                                             access is available
                                                                                                             when needed and
     Implement and Test College              06-11            1               $$.                            that system meets
     Continuity Plan.                                                                                        their admin-
                                                                                                             istrative needs.
     Setup College Continuity Recovery       06-07            2               $$.
     System.

     Replace E-Procurement Entity            06-07            1             $3,000.
     Client Server.

     Replenish backup media.                 06-11            1             $1,000/
                                                                           annually.

     Additional disk space and backup        06-07            2             $1,000.
     tape drives.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7, 9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC’s Continuing Education is to provide opportunities to non-degree seeking students in the areas of occupational training, Basic Skills, community service, HRD,
              Business and Industry services, based on service area needs.
       Unit Goals**: 1. Upgrade skills, train for new career or job, and retrain for businesses and industries.
                     2. Increase adult literacy.
                     3. Offer opportunities for personal improvement through cultural and leisure activities.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF         ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                 COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR     OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                  UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION        RESULT


1-3.                                                                                                              1. Individuals         1. NCCCS
       Continue to encourage Professional     06-07           1                                                   from BCCC’s            (Performance
       development in all areas.                                                                                  businesses and         Standard Report)
                                                                                                                  industries will rate
       Continue to monitor and address if     06-07           1                                                   Continuing
       necessary evaluation results and                                                                           Education services
       NCCCS Performance Measures and                                                                             favorably.
       Standards.
                                                                                                                   Advisory          Advisory Committee
       Serve on the E.W.D.L.C. at System      06-07           3                                                   Committee members Survey
       Office.                                                                                                    will respond
                                                                                                                  favorably when
       Monitor “Random Sampling” for          06-11                                                               asked if they are
       course evaluations.                                                                                        satisfied with the
                                                                                                                  Continuing
                                                                                                                  Education
                                                                                                                  programs/services
                                                                                                                  and with the
                                                                                                                  individuals
                                                                                                                  completing the
                                                                                                                  programs/services.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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CONTINUING EDUCATION
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC’s Continuing Education is to provide opportunities to non-degree seeking students in the areas of occupational training, Basic Skills, community service, HRD,
               Business and Industry services, based on service area needs.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Upgrade skills, train for new career or job, and retrain for businesses and industries.
                    2. Increase adult literacy.
                    3. Offer opportunities for personal improvement through cultural and leisure activities.

                    OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                             EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                          DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $               STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION               RESULT


                                                                                                            1. (Con’t.)          1. (Con’t.)
                                                                                                             Eighty-five percent Community
                                                                                                            (85%) or more of     Satisfaction Survey,
                                                                                                            BCCC service-area 2007-2008.
                                                                                                            community
                                                                                                            responding to a
                                                                                                            survey will rate
                                                                                                            BCCC’s
                                                                                                            performance in
                                                                                                            meeting community
                                                                                                            needs as “Excellent”
                                                                                                            or “Good”.
                                                                                                            2. BCCC will meet    2. LEIS Report
                                                                                                            or exceed NCCCS
                                                                                                            Performance
                                                                                                            Measures and
                                                                                                            Standards.


                                                                                                            3. Refer to          3. Refer to Subunit
                                                                                                            Subunit plans.       plans.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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CONTINUING EDUCATION – BASIC SKILLS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-4, 7, 9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:        The purpose of the Basic Skills Program is to offer ABE, GED, ESL, and Compensatory Education classes with BCCC service-area for those individuals wishing to improve their
                        basic literacy skills.
       Subunit Goals**:       1.   Increase the literacy rate.
                              2.   Move students from ABE to GED level.
                              3.   Have students pass the GED exam.
                              4.   Teach same skills (vocabulary and comprehension) to ESL students.
                              5.   Teach independent-living skills to Compensatory Education students.


                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                           ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                                DATE                                                              SUBUNIT
                                                                               $                STATUS                               DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1-5.                                                                                                           1. ABE, GED,          1. Number of classes
       Encourage the use of ABE/GED               6/06           1                                             ESL, and              and type of classes on
       level software programs by                                                                              Compensatory          file in the office of
       referring Basic Skills students to                                                                      Education             Continuing Education.
       the Basic Skills Computer Lab.                                                                          classes will be
                                                                                                               provided.
       Maintain staff development for             2/07           2        Federal sources.
       part-time instructors (12 hrs.                                                                           At least seventy      LEIS Report
       annually).                                                                                              percent (70%) of
                                                                                                               all Basic Skills
       Evaluate instructors two times            06-07           1                                             students will show
       annually.                                                                                               progress on state
                                                                                                               required
       Maintain accountability of Basic           9/06           1                                             proficiency
       Skills Program through data                                                                             indicators.
       collection and student follow-up
       (LEIS tracking system).                                                                                 2. Student will       2. TABE test and
                                                                                                               move upward.          LEIS Report

                                                                                                               3. Sixty to           3. Record of GED’s in
                                                                                                               seventy-five          office of Continuing
                                                                                                               students per year     Education
                                                                                                               will receive a GED.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - BASIC SKILLS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-4, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Basic Skills Program is to offer ABE, GED, ESL, and Compensatory Education classes with BCCC service-area for those individuals wishing to improve their
                     basic literacy skills.
     Subunit Goals**:      1.   Increase the literacy rate.
                           2.   Move students from ABE to GED level.
                           3.   Have students pass the GED exam.
                           4.   Teach same skills (vocabulary and comprehension) to ESL students.
                           5.   Teach independent-living skills to Compensatory Education students.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF               ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR           OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                              SUBUNIT
                                                                            $               STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION              RESULT
                                                                                                               GOALS**


1-5. (Con’t.)                                                                                               4. Vocabulary and       4. In-house testing and
     Strive to achieve the following          06-11           1                                             comprehension           tracking.
     according to the LEIS requirements                                                                     levels will increase
     and NCCCS standards:                                                                                   for most students.

          -100% of all Basic Skills                                                                         5. Students will        5. Individual
          students will have identifiable                                                                   achieve their           assessment for Com-
          goals documented.                                                                                 individual training     pensatory Education
          -60% of all Basic Skills                                                                          goals (“living” skill   students will be done.
          students will demonstrate                                                                         goals).
          progress towards goals.                                                                                                    LEIS Report
          -25% of all GED students will
          complete requirements to get
          a diploma.
          -60% of all Basic Skills
          students will be retained in
          the program until educational
          goals are met.

     Improve/encourage use of Distance        06-11           1
     Education for Basic Skills-(GED,
     online, etc).




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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CONTINUING EDUCATION - BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:        The purpose of Business and Industry Services is to help businesses, industries and others in the BCCC service-area community reach their full potential by providing them access to
                        information using all resources available to the Business and Industry Center.
       Subunit Goals**:       1. Provide training and information to businesses, industries and other sections of the community.
                              2. Increase business, industry, and community awareness of the services available through BCCC’s Continuing Education Division.
                              3. Assist small business start-ups and effectiveness through counseling, instruction, and networking.


                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


                                                                                                                  1-3.                   1-3.
1-3.
                                                                                                                    At least seventy-     Business and
Business and Industry Center includes
                                                                                                                  five percent (75%)     Industry Center
F.I.T., N.E.I.T., and C.I.T.:
                                                                                                                  of the participants    Survey and Annual
                                                                                                                  will rate the BIC      Report
       Maintain cooperative relationship
                                                                                                                  services as “Ex-
in
                                                                                                                  cellent” or “Very
       F.I.T. Consortium.
                                                                                                                  Good”.
                                                6/07           1             $7,000.
       Continue to offer timely and
                                                                                                                   Eighty-five
       effective personal and business
                                                                                                                  percent (85%) or
       related presentations.
                                                                                                                  more of the SBC
                                                6/07           3
                                                                                                                  participants will
       Interact with other agencies (Mid-
                                                                                                                  state that they
       East, SBTDC, Chambers of
                                                                                                                  would use the
       Commerce, local governmental and
                                                                                                                  service again.
       educational agencies).
                                               06-07           1             $5,000.
                                                                                                                   Eighty percent
       Investigate participation with
                                                                                                                  (80%) or more of
       NCREAL.
                                                                                                                  the clients surveyed
                                                6/07           5
                                                                                                                  will rate counseling
       Maintain contact with local
                                                                                                                  services favorably.
       counselor and “score” counselor to
       assist with in-depth analysis as
       needed by our clients.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Business and Industry Services is to help businesses, industries and others in the BCCC service-area community reach their full potential by providing them access to
                      information using all resources available to the Business and Industry Center.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Provide training and information to businesses, industries and other sections of the community.
                            2. Increase business, industry, and community awareness of the services available through BCCC’s Continuing Education Division.
                            3. Assist small business start-ups and effectiveness through counseling, instruction, and networking.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                               SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1-3. (Con’t.)
     Survey local industries for                6/07         1
     eligibility under State funded F.I.T.,
     N.E.I.T., C.I.T. and coordinate
     disbursement of funds.
     Continue to participate in local           6/07         2
     Human Resources/Personnel and
     Chamber Business and Industry
     Division.
     Continue to provide training to            6/07         3
     meet specific needs of businesses
     and industries.

     Maintain relationships with              On-going.      1
     individual businesses to market
     services by Business and Industry
     Center.

     Update current mailing list and          On-going.      2             $1,000.
     promote awareness of specific
     programs by using mailers,
     brochures, and email database.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9               BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Business and Industry Services is to help businesses, industries and others in the BCCC service-area community reach their full potential by providing them access to
                      information using all resources available to the Business and Industry Center.
     Subunit Goals**:      1. Provide training and information to businesses, industries and other sections of the community.
                           2. Increase business, industry, and community awareness of the services available through BCCC’s Continuing Education Division.
                           3. Assist small business start-ups and effectiveness through counseling, instruction, and networking.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1-3. (Con’t.)
     Participate in the annual Business      06-07           4
     Expos sponsored by the Chamber
     of Commerce, and Business and
     Industry Services.

     Develop, promote, and market           On-going.
     Work Keys/Key Train to service
     area.
                                            On-going.
     Develop core curriculum
workshops      thru local resources like:
     “S.C.O.R.E.”
                                             06-07                      Travel Costs.
     Continue to serve as Assistant
     Regional SBC Director.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - COMMUNITY SERVICES

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9               BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of Community Services is to offer personal interest courses for the community.
    Subunit Goals**:       1. Maintain a presence of the "Arts" in the college community.
                           2. Support cultural activities.
                           3. Offer "self-interest" classes to the community.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                           $               STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                  GOALS**


1-3.                                                                                                           1-3.                   1-3.
Community Services:                                                                                             Classes will be        Records of number
                                                                                                               provided.              and type of class on file
    Investigate and locate possible sites    6/07            2                                                                        in the office of
    for specialized community service                                                                                                 Continuing Education.
    classes.

    Offer classes that our growing           6/07            1                                                  Evaluation forms       Continuing
    retirement population would be                                                                             to verify quality      Education Instructor
    interested in taking.                                                                                      will be positive.      and Course Evaluation

    Offer College for Kids.                  7/06            1


    -Co-sponsor cultural activities          6/07            1            $3,000.
      with BCAC, Hyde, Tyrrell, and
      Washington County if funded.

    -Sponsor choral society concerts in      6/07            1
      Beaufort County if funded.

    -Provide self-supporting classes in      6/07            1            $1,000.
      all four counties.

    -Offer classes at Senior Citizen         6/07            1
      Center in all four counties if
      funded.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION – HRD*

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of HRD is to provide training or retraining for the unemployed or underemployed.
       Subunit Goals**:     1. Provide job seeking skills.
                            2. Prepare students to enroll in further education.
                            3. Prepare students for the "world of work."


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                         **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES        *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                              COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED        (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                               SUBUNIT
                                                                             $             STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


1-3.
                                                                                                               Offer ten (10)      Contracts on file in
     Provide HRD services, classes, and        2007                                                           HRD for NA or the   Continuing Education
     counseling in four county service-                                                                       public classes.     office.
     area as funding permits and
requests
     are made.                                                                                                 Plan and carry      Business visits, flyers,
                                               2007                                                           out contacts with   creation and
       Provide information to area                                                                            businesses to       maintenance of
       businesses for awareness of HRD                                                                        provided            mailing list and use of
       and occupational course training                                                                       information about   existing CE course
       services.                                                                                              HRD and             promotion methods.
                                                                                                              occupational
                                                                                                              courses.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                               BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                           2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - OCCUPATIONAL

BCCC PURPOSE/GOAL #: 1-3, 5-7, 9                 BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Occupational Department is to provide job training courses for the service area.
     Subunit Goals**:      1. Meet the needs for industrial training by offering various training classes.
                           2. Provide short-term training classes for people seeking employment.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF             ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                          NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR         OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                     SUBUNIT
                                                                             $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION            RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


1. Meet the needs for industrial            On-going.         1                                                    1. Students will     1. Continuing
   training by offering various training                                                                           respond favorably to Education Instructor
   classes.                                                                                                        Instructor and       and Course Evaluation
                                                                                                                   Course evaluations.
  Computer related training:
                                                                                                                    Eighty-five         Community
  Offer computer classes for all four (4)    06-11            1                                                    percent (85%) of    Satisfaction Survey,
  counties for business and industry                                                                               BCCC’s service-     2007-2008.
  using industry standard software.                                                                                area community
                                                                                                                   responding to a
  Explore the possibilities of                9/06                          $7,000.                                survey will rate
  establishing wireless network in Bldg.                                                                           BCCC’s perfor-
  #8.                                                                                                              mance in meeting
                                             06-07                                                                 community needs
  Continue to offer on-line courses.                                                                               as “Excellent” or
                                              9/06            2            $26,000.                                “Good”.
  Expand course offerings in outlying                                    10-P3 500mh
  areas in computer technology and                                         laptops.                                 Advisory            Advisory Committee
  application.                                                                                                     Committee           Meeting Minutes
                                                                                                                   feedback will be
                                                                                                                   favorable.

                                                                                                                    Students will       Continuing
                                                                                                                   respond favorably   Education Instructor
                                                                                                                   on the Instructor   and Course Evaluation
                                                                                                                   and Course
                                                                                                                   evaluation.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                                  BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                              2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - OCCUPATIONAL

BCCC PURPOSE/GOAL #: 1-3, 5-7, 9                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:         The purpose of the Occupational Department is to provide job training courses for the service area.
     Subunit Goals**:         1. Meet the needs for industrial training by offering various training classes.
                              2. Provide short-term training classes for people seeking employment.


                         OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                        EXPECTED
                                                                            RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF             ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                       OUTCOMES for                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR         OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                      SUBUNIT
                                                                                $                 STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION            RESULT
                                                                                                                         GOALS**


2. Provide short-term training classes        On-going.                        $10,000                                2. Advisory           2. Advisory
   for people seeking employment.                                             (Training                               Committee             Committee Meeting
                                                                            equipment and                             feedback will be      Minutes
  Offer Fire training.                          06-11                         supplies).                              favorable.

  Offer EMS.                                    06-11                                                                  Students will rate    NCCCS Performance
                                                                                                                      the specialized       Measures and
  Offer Law Enforcement (BLET).                 06-11                                                                 training classes at   Standards Report
                                                                                                                      or above NCCCS
  Establish ‘Over the Road’ truck driver         9/06            2             $15,000                                performance
  program.                                                                  (Contingent on                            measure and
                                                                             availability of                          standards.
                                                                                funds.)
                                                                                                                       Students will         Successful students
  Offer certification course for                06-07            2         P-T instructors.                           obtain CDL.           will gain employment.
  independent automobile dealers.

   NA I and II                                  06-07            1          $1,000-videos.

   -Continue to offer classes day and                                      P-T instructors.
    evening to meet increasing demand
    in service area.

   -Continue to offer and assess needs
    of community.

   -Investigate offering Medication Aid         06-07
     and NA Refresher.

   -Purchase laptops and data projectors         9/06            1              $5,000.
    for Continuing Education
    classrooms in Bldg. #10.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
CONTINUING EDUCATION - OCCUPATIONAL

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-3, 5-7, 9               BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:    The purpose of the Occupational Department is to provide job training courses for the service area.
    Subunit Goals**:      1. Meet the needs for industrial training by offering various training classes.
                          2. Provide short-term training classes people seeking employment.

                    OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                               METHOD OF          ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                  TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                  COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                          ASSESSMENT &/OR      OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                     SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                STATUS                              DOCUMENTATION         RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


   -Begin Rescue Technician Training.     On-going.          2            $3,000 for
                                                                           training
                                                                         certification.

   -Implement Paramedic program.             9/06                           $8,000
                                                                        equipment and
                                                                           supplies
                                                                          required.

   -Continue to offer mandated service      06-07
    training through consortium.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
               measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                        TARGET     PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT

1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s        06-11                                                             1. Ninety percent     1. Annual Planning
   Planning Council and Evaluation                                                                              (90%) or more of      Council questionnaire
   Systems Committee.                                                                                           the Planning
     *Planning:                                              1                                                  Council will report
          Compile the 2006-2011 Long-         6/06                                                              satisfaction with
            Range Plan with budget                                                                              the composition of
            priorities.                                                                                         the membership,
                                                                                                                frequency of
          Present Plan to                     8/06                                                              meetings, and
            Administrative Council and                                                                          elements of the
            BCCC’s Board of Trustees                                                                            L-R Plan report.
            for approval.
                                                                                                                 A majority or         Faculty/Staff
          Prepare Mid-Year report.            1/07                                                              more of those         Evaluation of College
          Report Mid-Year Progress to         2/07                                                              faculty and staff     Services, Spring 2007
           Board of Trustees.                                                                                   responding to a
                                                                                                                questionnaire will
          Prepare an End-of-the-Year          5/07
                                                                                                                report satisfaction
            report.
                                                                                                                with the evaluation
          Report End-of-Year Progress         6/07                                                              process and
          to Board of Trustees.                                                                                 instruments.
          Distribute End-of-Year and          9/07
           Plan Report to Planning
           Council.
     Evaluation: Programs                     2/07           1
          Submit required Performance
            Measures and Standards
            data to NCCCS.
                                              06-07
          Distribute survey results to all
           appropriate areas.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
   *Investigate “on-line” planning process during 06-07.

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
              measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT

1. (Con’t.)
          Document annually the              06-07
           evaluation of all programs
           in the Inst. Eff. Plan “goals
           assessment” section.
          Administer the following           06-07
           surveys as required for the
           2004-2005 Performance
           Measures and Standards:
               Graduate Follow-Up
               Non-Returning Students
               Graduating Students
     Evaluation: Services                    06-07           1
          Document annually the
            evaluation of all college
            services in the Inst. Eff.
            Plan “goals assessment”
            section.
          Administer the following          Spring,
            Annual surveys as required       2007
            for the services assessment.
                Current Student
                Faculty and Staff

     Evaluation: Personnel
                                             06-07           1
          Provide scanning results and
            reports for 2006 Inst and
            Course Evaluation for
            Curriculum and for
            Continuing Education.
COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
              measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1. (Con’t.)
              Review annually all           On-going.
              instruments and processes
              with the Evaluation Systems
              Committee.
     Evaluation: College and College                         1
                  Community

          Employer (if required by          Fall, 2006
              NCCCS)

          Business/Industry                  Spring,
                                              2008

          Community Satisfaction             Spring,
                                              2008

     Evaluation: Plng, Eval. &
      “Research”

          Planning Council                    1/07
            Questionnaire

          Review annually all                Spring,
           evaluation instruments and         2007
           process.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
              measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                  UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


2. Provide analytical information            06-11           1                                                  2. Ninety percent    2. Faculty/Staff
   (demographics, planning                                                                                      (90%) or more of     Evaluation of College
   documents, evaluation results, etc.)                                                                         those individuals    Services, Spring 2007
   to assist in the administration                                                                              who request and
   (decision making) of the institution                                                                         receive data from
   and to report program and services                                                                           the office of
   effectiveness measurement to                                                                                 institutional
   external agencies such as NCCCS                                                                              effectiveness will
   and SACS.                                                                                                    report the data as
                                                                                                                useful and timely.
     Data/Inf Resources - On-campus
                                             06-07
                                                                                                                 All faculty will     Completion and
       Collect data from Computer
                                                                                                                have access to       distribution of a fact
          Services, Registrar, Critical
                                                                                                                BCCC student,        book.
          Success Factors, NCCCS
                                                                                                                College, and
          Annual Statistical Abst, and
                                                                                                                service-area facts
          Employment Security
                                                                                                                and demographics.
          Commission.                        06-07
       Communicate IE data & activities
                                                                                                                 One hundred          Copies of BCCC’s
          Survey summaries
                                                                                                                percent (100%) of    Long-Range will be at
          Campus Connections articles
                                                                                                                all faculty and      various locations on
          Fact Book
                                                                                                                staff will have an   campus and on BCCC
          BCCC Intranet
                                                                                                                opportunity to       Intranet. Personnel
          BCCC Internet
                                                                                                                review and           will be encouraged to
                                                                                                                provide input for    review Plan and to
     Data/Inf Resources - Off-campus
                                                                                                                the Long-Range       give feedback. (Memo)
                                             2/07            1
                                                                                                                Plan.
       Submit selected survey data to
       NCCCS to meet NCCCS
       Standards.


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
              measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                  UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


3. Seek external grant funds as sources                                                                         3. Financial         3. Documentation of
   of financial support for the College                                                                         support from         grants funded.
   and the College programs.                                                                                    “external” sources
                                                                                                                will increase.
       Assist all areas in applying for      06-07           1             Refer to                              Grant funding of     Grants received (e.g.
          grants to improve their                                         resources                             special projects     federal, state and
          programs.                                                       needed on                             will continue to     private foundation
                                                                       following page.                          support state,       resources).
                                                                                                                local, and federal
                                                                                                                funding.




       Provide support for management        06-07           1
          of grants funded.

       Continue to apply for other           06-07           1
          grants for expansion/
          improvement of the
          Distance Learning and NC
          Information Highway (NCIH)
          in BCCC’s service area.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                         2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1, 4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process, program and services assessment, institutional research/effectiveness
              measurement, and grant writing activities.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Coordinate the activities of BCCC’s Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.
                   2. Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the administration (decision making) of the institution and to report
                      program and services effectiveness measurement to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.
                   3. Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


Miscellaneous:

Supplies
  Subscriptions to grant funding             06-07                         $1,000.
  resources (e.g. Federal Grants
  Management Handbook, Federal
  Assistance Monitor, etc.)




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PUBLIC RELATIONS/MARKETING/COMMUNICATIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4


Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC Public Relations/Marketing/Communications is to communicate college activities to the college community (both internal and external).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide the external community with pertinent, accurate, and timely information regarding BCCC programs, activities, and students.
                   2. Provide information to BCCC students, faculty, and staff through the regular publication and distribution of Campus Connections,
                       and e-mail announcements.
                   3. Build partnerships between the College, the community it serves, and business/industry.
                   4. Promote the concept internally that Public Relations is an important part of everyone’s job and encourage greater participation in campus
                       communications outlets by faculty and staff.
                   5. Advertise BCCC programs and services throughout its service area.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                         **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                 COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


1. Provide the external community                                                                         1. Increase or at least 1. Registration
   with pertinent, accurate, and timely                                                                   maintain current        records will verify
   information regarding BCCC                                                                             levels of community enrollment figures.
   programs, activities, and students.                                                                    participation in
                                                                                                          BCCC programs
  Design a series of promotional pieces   On-going.        1             $500.                            and services.
  that promote the entire College,
  especially the Foundation.                                                                                The Community          Community
                                                                                                           Satisfaction Survey Satisfaction Survey,
  Continue to assist the local media in   On-going.        1         Media contacts.                       will indicate that the Summer, 2007-2008
  covering newsworthy BCCC events                                                                          College has a
  and human interest stories.                                                                              positive image
                                                                                                           through out its
  Continue to place stories on            On-going.        1           TriCounty                           service area.          Media use survey
  TriCounty.com web site.                                               contact.                                                  results

  Design and develop market relevant      On-going.        1            $5,000.
  publicity pieces that emphasize the
  affordability and convenience of                                                                                               Focus group interview
  BCCC.                                                                                                                          results
                                            2007                     Time to review
  Continue to develop more targeted                                     data and
  publicity based on student data from                                reconfigure
  surveys and focus groups.                                              current
                                                                       publicity
                                                                        efforts.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC Public Relations/Communications is to communicate college activities to the college community (both internal and external).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide the external community with pertinent, accurate, and timely information regarding BCCC programs, activities, and students.
                   2. Provide information to BCCC students, faculty, and staff through the regular publication and distribution of Campus Connections,
                       and e-mail announcements.
                   3. Build partnerships between the College, the community it serves, and business/industry.
                   4. Promote the concept internally that Public Relations is an important part of everyone’s job and encourage greater participation in campus
                       communications outlets by faculty and staff.
                   5. Advertise BCCC programs and services throughout its service area.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                               COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                 STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


2. Provide information to BCCC                                        Support from                         2. Faculty/Staff       2. Faculty/Staff
   students, faculty, and staff through                              the Web Master                        survey will indicate   Evaluation of College
   the monthly publication and                                         and the print                       80% or greater         Services, Spring, 2006
   distribution of Campus                                                 shop.                            satisfaction with
   Connections.                                                                                            campus-wide
                                           On-going.       1          Timely input                         communication.
  Continue to utilize the Internet and                                  from all
  Intranet to promote on-campus                                      departments on                        At least 12 editions   Compendium of all
  activities and to keep the faculty and                                campus.                            of Campus              Campus Connection
  staff up-to-date.                                                                                        Connections will be    newsletters
                                                                                                           produced



                                                                                                          3. The Community        3. Community
3. Build partnerships between the                                                                         Satisfaction Survey Satisfaction Survey,
   College, the community it serves,                                                                       will indicate that the Summer, 2007-2008
   and business/industry.                                                                                  College has a
                                           On-going.       1          Staff time to                        positive image
  Encourage civic clubs to utilize                                        make                             throughout its
  speakers from the College to provide                               presentations at                      service area.
  their club programs.                                                various civic
                                                                        clubs and                         Continued or
                                                                         events.                          increased support of
                                                                                                          BCCC programs
                                                                                                          from the community.



COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                           BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                       2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC Public Relations/Communications is to communicate college activities to the college community (both internal and external).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide the external community with pertinent, accurate, and timely information regarding BCCC programs, activities, and students.
                   2. Provide information to BCCC students, faculty, and staff through the regular publication and distribution of Campus Connections,
                       and e-mail announcements.
                   3. Build partnerships between the College, the community it serves, and business/industry.
                   4. Promote the concept internally that Public Relations is an important part of everyone’s job and encourage greater participation in campus
                       communications outlets by faculty and staff.
                   5. Advertise BCCC programs and services throughout its service area.

                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                     RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                               COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                      NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT               OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                              UNIT GOALS**
                                                                         $                STATUS                                        &/OR                   RESULT
                                                                                                                                   DOCUMENTATION


4. Promote the concept internally that    On-going.        1          Staff time                           4-5. The Community 4-5. Community
   Public Relations are an important                                     and                               Satisfaction Survey    Satisfaction Survey,
   part of everyone’s job and                                        Marketing/PR                          will indicate that the Summer, 2007-2008
   encourage greater participation in                                 Committee                            College has a positive
   campus communications outlets by                                     help.                              image throughout its
   faculty and staff.                                                                                      service area.

                                                                                                            Faculty/Staff survey     Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                           will indicate 80% or    Evaluation of
                                                                                                           greater satisfaction    College Services,
 5. Advertise BCCC programs and
                                                                                                           with campus-wide        Spring, 2006
    services throughout its service
                                                                                                           communication.
    area.

   Work with the Marketing Committee      On-going.        1         Staff time and
   to develop a marketing plan for                                   Marketing/PR
   BCCC.                                                              Committee
                                                                          help.
   Continue to unify BCCC’s publicity     On-going.        1
   through work, with the Marketing                                    Staff time.
   Committee, Student Services, and
   Continuing Education to address
   advertising concerns and approaches.

   Work with the marketing committee      On-going.        1
   to identify potential markets for                                 Marketing/PR
   BCCC and develop advertising                                       Committee
   strategies to reach those markets.                                   help.
COMMENTS/NOTES:

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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS - BCCC FOUNDATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4


Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the
              solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.
     Unit Goals **: 1. Manage BCCC Foundation investments and their earnings to provide as many annual scholarships as possible.
                    2. Promote the need for scholarships at BCCC, especially through support of the BCCC Ambassador program and, whenever possible, financially supports BCCC activities that do not fall within
                       the standard budget resources.
                    3. Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
                    4. Enable the BCCC Foundation Board of Directors to achieve its mission through regular communication of accurate financial data and relevant information from the Foundation office.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                     NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**                                                            ACTION
                                                                        $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION               RESULT


                                                                                                            1-3.                   1-3.
1. Manage BCCC Foundation                                                                                    The Foundation         BCCC Financial/
   investments and their earnings to                                                                        will work to meet      Investment records
   provide as many annual                                                                                   or exceed last
   scholarships as possible.                                                                                year’s donations of     BCCC Financial Aid
                                                                                                            more than              records
  Continue to work with the resource       On-going.       1           Staff and                            $100,000.
  development committee to review                                   volunteer time.                                                 BCCC Foundation
  BCCCF investments annually and                                                                             New endowments        correspondence
  evaluate their earning potential.                                                                         will be established.   records and minutes
                                                                                                                                   from board meetings
  Increase financial support of the        Fall, 2006      1           Staff and                             The Foundation
  BCCCF golf tournament.                                            volunteer time.                         will seek and           Annual BCCC
                                                                                                            receive new            Foundation audit
                                                                                                            referrals for
  Develop additional BCCCF                 On-going.       1        $3,000 and staff                        planned gifts and       A list of College needs
  fundraising events as time, resources,                                 time.                              memorials.             w/budget information
  and opportunities become available.                                                                                              attached to each item.
  (especially the Croquet Tournament)                                                                        BCCC Faculty
                                                                                                            and Staff               Community and
                                                                                                            donations should       faculty/staff surveys
                                                                                                            increase.
                                                                                                                                    Financial Aid Data




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS - BCCC FOUNDATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the
              solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.
     Unit Goals **: 1. Manage BCCC Foundation investments and their earnings to provide as many annual scholarships as possible.
                    2. Promote the need for scholarships at BCCC, especially through support of the BCCC Ambassador program and, whenever possible, financially supports BCCC activities that do not fall within
                       the standard budget resources.
                    3. Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
                    4. Enable the BCCC Foundation Board of Directors to achieve its mission through regular communication of accurate financial data and relevant information from the Foundation office.

                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                            UNIT GOALS**                                                            ACTION
                                                                        $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION               RESULT


                                                                                                            2.                     2.
2. Promote the need for scholarships        On-going.      1         Staff time and
                                                                                                             The Foundation         BCCC Financial/
   at BCCC, especially through                                          contacts.
                                                                                                            will work to meet      Investment records
   support of the BCCC Ambassador
                                                                                                            or exceed last
   program and, whenever possible,
                                                                                                            year’s donations of     BCCC Financial Aid
   financially supports BCCC activities
                                                                                                            $100,000.              records
   that do not fall within the standard
   budget resources.
                                                                                                             New endowments         BCCC Foundation
                                                                                                            will be established.   correspondence
  Make BCCCF presentations to               On-going.      1        Staff and board
                                                                                                                                   records and minutes
  community groups, civic clubs, etc.                               members’ time
                                                                                                             The Foundation        from board meetings
                                                                     and contacts.
                                                                                                            will seek and
                                                                                                            receive new             Annual BCCC
  Visit both current and potential donors   On-going.      1        Staff and board
                                                                                                            referrals for          Foundation audit
  to assist them in establishing                                    members’ time
                                                                                                            planned gifts and
  meaningful support of the Foundation.                              and contacts.
                                                                                                            memorials.              A list of College needs
                                                                                                                                   w/budget information
  Design a promotional packet for the       On-going.      1        Staff members’
                                                                                                             Former                attached to each item.
  BCCCF that can be adapted to specific                              time and new
                                                                                                            scholarship
  interests. (i.e. women, attorneys,                                    computer
                                                                                                            recipients will         Community and
  bankers, CPA’s, doctors, etc.)                                       equipment
                                                                                                            make donations to      faculty/staff surveys
                                                                     (purchased in
                                                                                                            the Foundation.
                                                                       FY 05-06.)
                                                                                                                                    Financial Aid Data
  Develop a systemic approach in            On-going.      1        Staff members’
  educating BCCC scholarship                                              time.
  recipients and graduates to encourage
  them to give to the Foundation.

  Meet with business and industry           On-going       1        Staff members’
  leaders regularly, and when                                             time.
  appropriate, distribute information
  packets.
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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS - BCCC FOUNDATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                        BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the
              solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.

     Unit Goals **: 1. Manage BCCC Foundation investments and their earnings to provide as many annual scholarships as possible.
                    2. Promote the need for scholarships at BCCC, especially through support of the BCCC Ambassador program and, whenever possible, financially supports BCCC activities that do not fall within
                       the standard budget resources.
                    3. Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
                    4. Enable the BCCC Foundation Board of Directors to achieve its mission through regular communication of accurate financial data and relevant information from the Foundation office.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF              ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR          OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                            UNIT GOALS**                                                            ACTION
                                                                        $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION             RESULT



2. (Cont.)
   Budget funds for at least eight          On-going.       1         Staff time.
   Ambassadors in FY 2006-07.

  Schedule Ambassador appearances in        Summer,         1         Staff time.
  parades and during board meetings          2006
  and civic events.

  Work with faculty to obtain high          On-going.       1         Staff time.
  quality nominations for the
  Ambassadors.

  Work with Ambassadors to assist them       Spring,        1         Staff time.
  in honing their presentation skills.        2007

3. Increase the Foundation donor base       Fall, 2006      1         Staff time.                           3. The faculty/staff    Faculty/Staff
   and/or the level of giving annually.                                                                     survey will indicate   Evaluation of College
                                                                                                            a satisfaction level   Services, Spring, 2006
  Conduct community fundraisers as          On-going,       1         Staff time.                           of greater than
  time and resources permit                                                                                 eighty percent
                                                                                                            (80%) and an
  Evaluate and update the Foundation’s      On-going.       1         Staff time.                           awareness level of
  prospect list annually.                                                                                   greater than eighty
                                                                                                            percent (80%) in
  Create scholarship awareness              On-going.       1         Staff time.                           regard to the work
  throughout the year by highlighting                                                                       and services of the
  their availability, the recipients, and                                                                   Foundation.
  donor opportunities.
COMMENTS/NOTES:

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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS - BCCC FOUNDATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the
              solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.

     Unit Goals **: 1. Manage BCCC Foundation investments and their earnings to provide as many annual scholarships as possible.
                    2. Promote the need for scholarships at BCCC, especially through support of the BCCC Ambassador program and, whenever possible, financially supports BCCC activities that do not fall within
                       the standard budget resources.
                    3. Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
                    4. Enable the BCCC Foundation Board of Directors to achieve its mission through regular communication of accurate financial data and relevant information from the Foundation office.

                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                             EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES for                                                        COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**                                                            ACTION
                                                                        $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION               RESULT



4. Enable the BCCC Foundation             On-going.       1            Time and                             4.                   4.
   Board of Directors to achieve its                                 coordination                            990 Forms on file    990 Forms on file in
   mission through regular                                              with the                            in the BCCCF         the BCCCF office and
   communication of accurate financial                               Financial Aid                          office, Business     Business office
   data and relevant information from                                   Office.                             office, and IRS
   the Foundation office.
                                                                                                             Accurate BCCCF       Annual BCCCF audit
  File accurate 990 forms with the IRS.   Fall, 2006      1         Foundation and                          budget reports
                                                                     Financial Aid
  Provide BCCCF financial data to the     On-going.       1             Offices.                             A clean BCCCF        Minutes from
  BCCC Business Office in a timely and                                                                      audit                meetings
  accurate manner.

  Work with the Financial Aid office to   On-going.       1           Staff time.
  keep them updated on all new
  scholarships and changes in existing
  scholarships.

  Stay current with state and Federal     On-going.       1           Staff time.
  laws in regard to nonprofit
  organizations and tax deductible
  donations. Keep this information on
  file and readily available in the
  BCCCF office.
                                          On-going.       1           Staff time.
  Maintain both the old and new donor
  recognition systems in Bldgs. #5 &
  #10.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS - BCCC FOUNDATION

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-9                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the
              solicitation of private gifts of money, property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered by the College.

     Unit Goals **: 1. Manage BCCC Foundation investments and their earnings to provide as many annual scholarships as possible.
                    2. Promote the need for scholarships at BCCC, especially through support of the BCCC Ambassador program and, whenever possible, financially supports BCCC activities that do not fall within
                       the standard budget resources.
                    3. Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
                    4. Enable the BCCC Foundation Board of Directors to achieve its mission through regular communication of accurate financial data and relevant information from the Foundation office.

                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                         **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                              EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                  METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                             OUTCOMES for                                                       COMMENTS/PLAN OF
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                             ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                            UNIT GOALS**                                                           ACTION
                                                                        $                STATUS                                 DOCUMENTATION                RESULT



4. (Con’t.)

    Conduct no fewer than three board       On-going.      1         Staff time and                          BCCC students
    meetings in FY 06-07.                                             lunch costs.                          will benefit from
                                                                                                            the BCCC
    Provide all necessary and pertinent     On-going.      1          Staff time,                           Foundation.
    information to BCCCF board                                       printing, and
    members.                                                           postage.

    Continue to meet with BCCCF             On-going.      1          Staff time.
    subcommittees to develop plans of
    actions and make recommendations
    to the board of directors.

    Attend workshops and conferences        On-going.      1         Staff time and
    related to nonprofit issues and share                                budget
    the information with the BCCCF                                      ($500).
    board.

    Work with BCCC faculty and staff to       On-          1         Staff time and
    identify special funding needs and       going..                    contacts.
    then work with the BCCCF board to
    obtain funding assistance when and
    where appropriate.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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STUDENT SERVICES
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7, 9                  BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Student Services Department is to provide services which guide students and prospective students in their selection of career paths, assist them in the transition into higher
               education, maximizes their chances for success, and enhances their potential for personal and educational growth.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide recruiting activities and publications that accurately describe the opportunities at the college.
                    2. Establish and maintain appropriate programs (testing, orientation, counseling, placement, financial aid, and social) for students.
                    3. Provide effective student records management and policy development.
                    4. Design and maintain support services that will facilitate the instructional process.

                         OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                      METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                         TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                 ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                             UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                     DOCUMENTATION               RESULT


1-4.                                                                                                          1. Eighty-five           1. Current Student
                                                                                                              percent (85%) or         Evaluation of College
Administrative                                                                                                more of BCCC’s           Services, Spring 2007
    Supervise/support the                     On-going.                                                       current students
    implementation of the new                                                                                 will agree that
Computer Information System (CIS).                                                                            advertising,
                                                                                                              recruiting activities,
       Insure the continuation and            On-going.      1                                                & publications
       evaluation of current services.                                                                        describe the College
       Provide support for the                On-going.      2                                                accurately.
       development of additional
       programs and services. In particular
       those that address current issues
       such as diversity, personal safety,
       etc.
       Provide creative staff development     On-going.      3            $1,000.                             2. Eighty-five           2. Current Student
       opportunities.                                                                                         percent (85%) or         Evaluation of College
       Administer and manage TRIO             On-going.                  Federal $.                           more of BCCC’s           Services, Spring 2007
       Program according to Federal                                                                           current students
       guidelines as set forth in project                                                                     will rate the SGA &
       grant.                                                                                                 Student Services
                                                                                                              services & activities
       Provide support for advances in        On-going.                                                       favorably.
       technology.
       Window shades back offices.              6/06                      $2,000.
       Directory for Bldg. #9.                 12/06                       $300.
       Review job descriptions and update      12/06
       Faculty/Staff Manual.
       Training for new CIS.                    9/06


COMMENTS/NOTES:

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STUDENT SERVICES
BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7, 9                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Student Services Department is to provide services which guide students and prospective students in their selection of career paths, assist them in the transition into higher
               education, maximizes their chances for success, and enhances their potential for personal and educational growth.
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide recruiting activities and publications that accurately describe the opportunities at the college.
                    2. Establish and maintain appropriate programs (testing, orientation, counseling, placement, financial aid, and social) for students.
                    3. Provide effective student records management and policy development.
                    4. Design and maintain support services that will facilitate the instructional process.

                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                 EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                           DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                           $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                RESULT


     Improve electronic communication        6/07                                                             3. Records and          3. SACS Criteria
     with students.                                                                                           policies will           External Audits (e.g.
                                                                                                              comply with             NCCCS, ADN BON,
                                                                                                              external agencies       etc.)
                                                                                                              & SACS
                                                                                                              requirements.           4. Current Student
                                                                                                              4. Eighty-five          Evaluation of College
                                                                                                              percent (85%) or        Services, Spring 2007
                                                                                                              more of BCCC’s
                                                                                                              current students
                                                                                                              will rate the SGA &
                                                                                                              Student Services
                                                                                                              services & activities
                                                                                                              favorably.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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STUDENT SERVICES - ADMISSIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Submit Purpose:       The purpose of Admissions is to provide information and assistance to prospective students and potential students about BCCC’s programs and services and the enrollment process.

    Subunit Goals**:        1. Establish, maintain, review, and recommend policies on admissions, re-admissions, and related academic regulations.
                            2. Interpret and communicate Allied Health admissions-related policies to students, faculty and staff.
                            3. Develop and implement a comprehensive recruiting plan.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


  Upgrade phone headset to wireless.          10/05                      No funding                            Eighty-five           Current Student
                                                                         requested.                           percent (85%) of      Evaluation of College
                                                                                                              those surveyed will   Services, Spring 2007
  Expand web-based services for student       2/06                       No funding                           respond “Good”
  access to information.                                                 requested.                           or “Excellent”.
  Increase availability of campus             6/06                       No funding
  visitation programs and early outreach                                 requested.
  to middle school students.

  Expand partnerships with business,          2/06                       No funding
  government and community agencies.                                     requested.

  Evaluate admissions policy regarding      On-going.                    No funding
  international and alien students.                                      requested.


  Work closely with College Marketing       On-going.                    No funding
  Committee to develop new recruiting                                    requested.
  materials.

  Distribute and collect “Point of          On-going.                    No funding
  Service” survey for testing and                                        requested.
  admissions.

  Provide monthly information session       On-going.                    No funding
  for prospective allied health students                                 requested.
  including one evening session per
  month.

  Update information handout outlining      Fall, 2006                   No funding
  process for applying to Allied Health                                  requested.
  programs.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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                                                                        2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES - ADMISSIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Submit Purpose:      The purpose of Admissions is to provide information and assistance to prospective students and potential students about BCCC’s programs and services and the enrollment process.
    Subunit Goals**:       1. Establish, maintain, review, and recommend policies on admissions, re-admissions, and related academic regulations.
                           2. Interpret and communicate Allied Health admissions-related policies to students, faculty and staff.
                           3. Develop and implement a comprehensive recruiting plan.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                          **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                               EXPECTED
                                                                      RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                              OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                       NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                               SUBUNIT
                                                                          $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                GOALS**


  Update Allied Health Admissions web       Fall, 2006                  No funding                            Eighty-five           Current Student
  page providing links for applying                                     requested.                           percent (85%) of      Evaluation of College
  online and accessing placement testing                                                                     those surveyed will   Services, Spring 2007
  information.                                                                                               respond “Good”
                                                                                                             or “Excellent”.
  Facilitate admissions procedure for       On-going.                   No funding
  expansion of nursing programs.                                        requested.

  Implement and monitor use of Health       On-going.                   No funding
  Occupations Basic Entrance Test                                       requested.
  (HOBET).

  Provide intake/assessment of Allied       On-going.                   No funding
  Health students following testing.                                    requested.

  Explore alternative options for LPN’s     On-going.                   No funding
  to transition into Associate Degree                                   requested.
  Nursing Program.

  Address issues concerning significant     January,                    No funding
  increases in mail volume, telephone/        2007                      requested.
  Internet inquires, allied health
  admissions, and improving admissions
  processing procedures and workflow.

  Explore use of technology to enhance       March,                     No funding
  use of online admissions information       2007                       requested.
  and services by developing a system
  that allows automatic loading into CIS.

  Address transfer credit policy            October,                    No funding
  regarding distance education.              2007                       requested.

COMMENTS/NOTES:

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STUDENT SERVICES - ADMISSIONS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Submit Purpose:       The purpose of Admissions is to provide information and assistance to prospective students and potential students about BCCC’s programs and services and the enrollment process.
    Subunit Goals**:        1. Establish, maintain, review, and recommend policies on admissions, re-admissions, and related academic regulations.
                            2. Interpret and communicate Allied Health admissions-related policies to students, faculty and staff.
                            3. Develop and implement a comprehensive recruiting plan.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                           **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                EXPECTED
                                                                       RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                   METHOD OF                ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                               OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                        NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                              ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                SUBUNIT
                                                                           $                STATUS                                  DOCUMENTATION               RESULT
                                                                                                                 GOALS**


  Improve recruiting efficiencies and       October,                     No funding                            Eighty-five           Current Student
  customer service during registration       2006                        requested.                           percent (85%) of      Evaluation of College
  and special events by utilizing faculty                                                                     those surveyed will   Services, Spring 2007
  and student volunteers more                                                                                 respond “Good”
  effectively.                                                                                                or “Excellent”.
                                              June,                       Probable
  Develop and implement a more                2007                       increase in
  effective means of communications                                       paper and
  regarding “no show” students.                                        postage budget.

                                            February,                     Probable
  Develop and distribute marketing            2007                       increase in
  materials for new curriculum                                            paper and
  programs.                                                            postage budget.

                                              April,                     No funding
                                              2008                       requested.
  Explore development of fast-track
  programs for adults that allow
  associate degree completion one night     July, 2006                      $200.
  per week.

  Purchase commercial shredder for
  Admissions Office.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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STUDENT SERVICES - CAREER CENTER

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:        The purpose of the Career Center is to encourage and assist students in the continuous process of career planning including discovering their own uniqueness, exploring
                        career options and learning job seeking skills. To provide job placement services to students desiring full-time and part-time employment.
       Subunit Goals**:      1. Provide self-awareness and self-assessment activities (e.g. COPS, Choices).
                             2. Maintain up-to-date career and occupational library information.
                             3. Assist students with job search and employability skills through workshops, tours and individual consultation.
                             4. Offer assistance with job placement through maintenance of a campus job bulletin board, employer visits, referral of students to available positions, and provision of satellite
                                services of Employment Security Commission.
                             5. Assist students in co-op work experience placement through employer visits and phone contacts.
                             6. Assist students in explaining career options through co-op work experience.


                        OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                          RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                           NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                              DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                              $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


1-6.                                                                                                               1. Eighty-five        1. Survey of Career
                                                                                                                   percent (85%) of      Services Recipients
Career Development                                                                                                 respondents will
                                                                                                                   rate self-
  Co-sponsor Job Fair.                          4/07                                                               assessment
                                                                                                                   activities as
  Career Fair for High School students.      Fall, 2006
                                                                                                                   “Good” or
Continue current services including:                            1                                                  “Excellent”.

       Graduate Workshops/Job Ready.            3/07                                                               2. Eighty-five        2. Survey of Career
                                                                                                                   percent (85%) of      Services Recipients
       Visits to Business and Industry.      On-going.                                                             respondents will
                                                                                                                   rate occupational
       Student tours of business/industry.   On-going.
                                                                                                                   information as
       Assistance with assessment and        On-going.                                                             “Good” or
       interview preparation.                                                                                      “Excellent”.

       Maintain job board. Actual and        On-going.                                                             3. 19 Visits          3. Number of actual
       virtual.                                                                                                                          visits

       Career Center Web Page.               On-going.                                                              Eighty-five           Workshop
                                                                                                                   percent (85%) of      Evaluation
       Providing Career Development unit     On-going.                                                             respondents will       Survey of Career
       in ACA 111.                                                                                                 rate job search as    Services Recipients
                                                                                                                   “Good” or
                                                                                                                   “Excellent”.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                              BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                          2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES - CAREER CENTER

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                   BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:     The purpose of the Career Center is to encourage and assist students in the continuous process of career planning including discovering their own uniqueness, exploring
                     career options and learning job seeking skills. To provide job placement services to students desiring full-time and part-time employment.
     Subunit Goals**:      1. Provide self-awareness and self-assessment activities (e.g. COPS, Choices).
                           2. Maintain up-to-date career and occupational library information.
                           3. Assist students with job search and employability skills through workshops, tours and individual consultation.
                           4. Offer assistance with job placement through maintenance of a campus job bulletin board, employer visits, referral of students to available positions, and provision of satellite
                              services of Employment Security Commission.
                           5. Assist students in co-op work experience placement through employer visits and phone contacts.
                           6. Assist students in explaining career options through co-op work experience.


                     OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES            *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                   TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED            (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                    SUBUNIT
                                                                            $                 STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT
                                                                                                                    GOALS**


                                                                                                                 4. Eighty-five        4. Current Student
1-6. (Con’t.)
                                                                                                                 percent (85%) of      Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                 respondents will      Services, Spring 2007
Cooperative Education
                                                                                                                 rate job placement
                                                                                                                 services as “Good”
 Continue current services including:
                                                                                                                 or “Excellent”.
     Coordinate and/or supervise           On-going.                                                             5-6. Eighty-five      5-6. Current Student
     co-op students.                                                                                             percent (85%) will    Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                 rate co-op services   Services, Spring 2007
     Co-op orientation workshops for       On-going.                                                             as “Good” or
     students.                                                                                                   “Excellent”.

     Maintain students records for FTE     On-going.
     reporting purposes.

     Maintain and update co-op web         On-going.
     page.

     Develop co-op placements.             On-going.

     Develop and increase Curriculum          On-
     co-op options.                          going..




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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STUDENT SERVICES - COUNSELING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Counseling Department is to provide academic and personal counseling, placement testing, student activities, and an orientation program for students.
     Subunit Goals**:       1.   Provide appropriate career/transfer information, accurate registration services, and personal assistance to current and prospective students.
                            2.   Assess the current level of knowledge of incoming students in the areas of reading, English, math, and algebra and to process test results in a timely manner.
                            3.   Provide a testing environment that is conducive to success.
                            4.   Inform new students of campus policies and procedures, tour the campus, and register early for Fall Quarter.
                            5.   Provide services for students who have documented needs.
                            6.   Provide a variety of extra curricular activities for students enrolled at the college.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                     EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                    OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                               DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                               $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                      GOALS**


1. Counseling                                                                                                     1. Seventy percent     1. Current Student
                                                                                                                  (70%) of those         Evaluation of College
     Continue to up-date transfer sheets      On-going.
                                                                                                                  surveyed will          Services, Spring 2007
     to reflect senior institution changes.
                                                                                                                  respond “Good”
                                                                                                                  or “Excellent”
     Plan and implement a transfer              10/06           1
                                                                                                                  asked to rate
     student workshop.
                                                                                                                  services.
     Increase services to Distance               6/06           1
     Education.

     Organize a web work group.                  9/06
     Implement workshops on sexual               6/07           2
                                                                                                                                          Written
     harassment, domestic violence,
                                                                                                                                         documentation of
     stress management, time
                                                                                                                                         referrals received/
     management, Blackboard, FA,
                                                                                                                                         responded to.
     Career Services, etc.
     Increase counseling contacts with        On-going.
     developmental students.
                                                                                                                  2-3. Seventy-five      2-3. Faculty/Staff
2-3. Placement Testing                                                                                            percent (75%) or       Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                  more of BCCC           Services, Spring 2007
     Refine use of CPT’s online.              On-going.
                                                                                                                  faculty/staff will
     Upgrade computers.                       On-going.                                                           agree that
                                                                                                                  placement tests are
     Purchase computer tables for the           12/06
                                                                1             $4,800.                             offered at
     Testing Room.
                                                                                                                  sufficient internals
     Purchase Laser printer.                    12/06                                                             & convenient
                                                                1             $1,500.
                                                                                                                  times.


COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                              2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES - COUNSELING

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:       The purpose of the Counseling Department is to provide academic and personal counseling, placement testing, student activities, and an orientation program for students.
     Subunit Goals**:        1.   Provide appropriate career/transfer information, accurate registration services, and personal assistance to current and prospective students.
                             2.   Assess the current level of knowledge of incoming students in the areas of reading, English, math, and algebra and to process test results in a timely manner.
                             3.   Provide a testing environment that is conducive to success.
                             4.   Inform new students of campus policies and procedures, tour the campus, and register early for Fall Quarter.
                             5.   Provide services for students who have documented needs.
                             6.   Provide a variety of extra curricular activities for students enrolled at the college.


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                      EXPECTED
                                                                            RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                   ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                     OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                             NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR               OUTCOME
                                                DATE                                                                   SUBUNIT
                                                                                $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                  RESULT
                                                                                                                       GOALS**


4. Students with documented and/or                                                                                 4. Seventy percent     4. Current Student
   special needs.                                                                                                  (70%) of those         and Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                                   surveyed will          Evaluation of College
     Create a program with surrounding         On-going.
                                                                                                                   respond “Good”         Services, Spring 2007
     counties to facilitate the transition
                                                                                                                   or “Excellent”.
     for students with special needs.

5. Extra-curricular student activities.                                                                            5. Eighty percent      5. Evaluation forms
                                                                                                                   (80%) of those         for participants
     Increase student activities.              On-going.                                                           evaluated will rate
                                                                                                                   Special Need
     Replace ping-pong table.                     9/06                                                             Services “Good”
                                                                                                                   or “Excellent”.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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STUDENT SERVICES - FINANCIAL AID

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                     BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Office of Student Financial Aid is to administer the federal, state and local financial aid programs.
     Subunit Goals**:       1. Provide financial assistance to eligible students.
                            2. Provide assistance to service-area veterans.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                     TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                          RESOURCES          *MID-YEAR            OUTCOMES for             METHOD OF            ACTUAL   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                              DATE                         NEEDED          (END OF YEAR)            SUBUNIT             ASSESSMENT &/OR        OUTCOME
                                                                              $               STATUS                GOALS**             DOCUMENTATION           RESULT


1. Financial Aid
                                                                                                                1. Student             1. Current Student
     Maintain institutional and              On-going.          1                                               satisfaction with      Evaluation of College
     program eligibility for Title IV                                                                           services will be       Services, Spring 2007
     funding.                                                                                                   favorable.

     Secure funding for Federal Pell         On-going.          1
     Grant, Work-Study and
     Supplemental Education
     Opportunity Grant.

     Administer Title IV Federal Aid         On-going           1                                                Financial Aid          North Carolina State
     Programs according to federal                                                                              records will be in     Audit
     regulations.                                                                                               compliance with
                                                                                                                external agencies.
     Administer State and Institutional      On-going.          1
     scholarship, loan, and grant
     programs according to guidelines.

     Secure funding for and administer       On-going.          1
     childcare programs according to
     guidelines.

     Maintain compliance with                On-going.          1
     Department of Education standards
     for computer hardware and
     software.

     Implement document imaging of             06-11
     records.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                            2006-2011 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES - FINANCIAL AID

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                    BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:      The purpose of the Office of Student Financial Aid is to administer the federal, state and local financial aid programs.
     Subunit Goals**:      1. Provide financial assistance to eligible students.
                           2. Provide assistance to service-area veterans.


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN
                       PERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT-AND LONG-RANGE)



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                    TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                         RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR            OUTCOMES for             METHOD OF            ACTUAL   COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                             DATE                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)            SUBUNIT             ASSESSMENT &/OR        OUTCOME
                                                                             $                STATUS                GOALS**             DOCUMENTATION           RESULT


2. Veterans Affairs                                                                                             2. Approval will       2. Records on file in
                                                                                                                be granted.            Financial Aid Office.
     Obtain program approval for VA         On-going.
     benefits from the NC State
     Approving Agency.

     Administer VA Educational Benefit        On-                                                                Compliance with        VA and NCSAA
     Programs according to Federal and       going..                                                            external agencies.     audits.
     State regulations.




COMMENTS/NOTES:
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STUDENT SERVICES - REGISTRAR - REGISTRATION AND RECORDS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:          The Registrar - Registration and Records Office is responsible for maintaining academic records of current and former curriculum students in a central location.
       Subunit Goals**:        1. Maintain student records in a secure and confidential manner.
                               2. Coordinate registration activities.
                               3. Verify students for graduation.


                          OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                           RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                            NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                                DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                               $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                                     GOALS**


1-3.                                                                                                              1. Access will be      1. Access will be
                                                                                                                  limited to student     monitored by
Registrar and Records                                                                                             records by college     Registrar.
                                                                                                                  personnel.
       New Information System will be          2006 and          1         Cost unknown.
       implemented. Updated hardware            beyond.                                                             Permanent             Verification by Dean.
       and software will be needed.                                                                               records will be
                                                                                                                  stored in a vault in
                                                                                                                  fireproof file
       Upgrade printer.                           7/06           2            $6,500.                             cabinets.

       Upgrade typewriter.                        7/06           2             $250.                               Computer               Verified by
                                                                                                                  generated records      Computer Services.
                                                                                                                  will be protected
                                                                                                                  by passwords.

                                                                                                                   Records will be in     Verified by Registrar.
                                                                                                                  compliance with
                                                                                                                  Public Retention
                                                                                                                  and Disposition
                                                                                                                  Schedule.




COMMENTS/NOTES:

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STUDENT SERVICES - REGISTRAR - REGISTRATION AND RECORDS

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1, 3, 7                BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-4

Subunit Purpose:   The Registrar - Registration and Records Office is responsible for maintaining academic records of current and former curriculum students in a central location.
    Subunit Goals**:    1. Maintain student records in a secure and confidential manner.
                        2. Coordinate registration activities.
                        3. Verify students for graduation.


                   OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                            **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                             EXPECTED
                                                                    RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                    METHOD OF                 ACTUAL
SUBUNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                            OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                     NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                               ASSESSMENT &/OR             OUTCOME
                                         DATE                                                                 SUBUNIT
                                                                        $                STATUS                                   DOCUMENTATION                RESULT
                                                                                                              GOALS**


                                                                                                           2. Information on     2. Faculty/Staff and
                                                                                                           procedures for        Current Student
                                                                                                           registration and      Evaluation of College
                                                                                                           registration dates    Services, Spring 2007
                                                                                                           will be
                                                                                                           communicated to
                                                                                                           Faculty, staff, and
                                                                                                           students.




                                                                                                           3. All completion     3. Records will
                                                                                                           requirements for      indicate verification.
                                                                                                           graduation will be
                                                                                                           verified.




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END-OF-THE-YEAR REPORT
                                                 Table of Contents (Continued)

“End of Year” Report Summary                                                      1

The 2005-2010 ~Institutional Effectiveness~ - "End-of-the-Year" Report
       2005-2010 Strategic Objectives with Actual Outcomes                       27
       Operational Planning and Assessment with Accomplishments                  41
             Office of the President
             Instructional Affairs
             Allied Health
             Arts and Sciences
             Business Division
             Industrial Technology
             Learning Resources Center
             Administrative Services
             Continuing Education
             Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
             PR/Communications/BCCC Foundation
             Student Services
                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                 2005-2006 Long-Range Planning and Assessment “End of Year” Summary



                                                      OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available
              resources (e.g. state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC meets the educational needs of its service-area
              community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements,
              regulations, and criteria as set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

   Unit Goal 1:    Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.

       Supervised, supported, and participated in the College Long-Range Planning and Assessment process for all programs and
          service areas.

       Supported the following 2005-06 BCCC Strategic Objectives/short-range goals.
             • Respond to Funding Challenges. Reviewed State FTE funding with BCCC faculty and staff to look at ways to be
                 more efficient and effective. As a result, a plan to cut back summer term from ten to six weeks was implemented.
                 This effort will reduce the cost of all future summer terms.
             • Communicate College offerings, value, and potential. Implementing a plan to partner with the Beaufort County
                 Public School System for a “College Academy” beginning fall 2006. Participating with the Wachovia Partnership
                 East to serve as the NC Consortium hub site for the delivery of courses leading to a degree in Elementary Education
                 from East Carolina University. Continued to market during 2005-06 BCCC offerings in local papers, TV, and radio.
             • Inspire, allow, and reward innovation. Selected BCCC Faculty Instructor of the Year and Staff Person of the Year
                 during spring term. Honored all personnel with an Employee Appreciation Luncheon. Continued efforts to raise
                 faculty salaries to the National level. Continued to place high priority on hiring from “within” to fill campus
                 vacancies.
             • Design work group plans addressing objectives listed above. College department heads have assigned selected
                 personnel within their area/s to develop work group (unit) plans using small focus groups to gather input resulting in
                 greater participation in the BCCC planning process. Work group plans will be presented to the BCCC Planning
                 Council on June 8, 2006.


                                                                       1
Developed the following seven initiatives/priorities for 2006-2007. Progress detailed below:
       1. Update campus master plan and facilities maintenance plan. Held two one-day workshops to update the
       campus facilities master plan. Invited BCCC administration, JFK architect John Farkas, Board of Trustees, and
       selected faculty and staff. Present and future campus expansion and needs were discussed at length during the
       first workshop. Construction and renovation projects were discussed during the second workshop, and are
       contingent on budget allocations.
       2. Coordinate land acquisition. Have a signed offer to purchase one tract adjacent to the College. Another tract
       is still in negotiation. Have received NC State Board approval. Have received funding approval from the
       Beaufort County Commissioners.
       3. Address NCCCS Performance Measures and Standards not met. The 2006 Critical Success Factors Report
       data indicate that BCCC has met or demonstrated improvement in eleven of the twelve accountability measures
       for the past four years. Committees at the state level will meet this summer to review all the measures and
       standards.
       4. Evaluate existing and explore new programs based on community satisfaction survey and other information.
       Applying for a Golden Leaf Grant to provide CDL classes. Submitted grant requests for the expansion of the
       ADN and PN programs. (Refer to #7 below.) Plan to partner with the Beaufort County Public School System for
       a “College Academy” beginning fall 2006. The Academy will provide an opportunity for high school students to
       direct their studies to any one of 4 tracks: College Transfer, Health Sciences, Computer Technology, and/or
       Career Building Skills. Participating with the Wachovia Partnership East to serve as the NC Consortium
       hub site for the delivery of courses leading to a degree in Elementary Education from East Carolina
       University. The viability of two other programs is being explored. The programs are Agriculture Biotechnology
       and Therapeutic Massage Therapy.
       5. Supervise and support CIS conversions. Will complete Phase IIB Conversion by July 1, 2006.
       6. Facilitate the administration and utilization of the P.A.C.E. Climate Assessment results. P.A.C.E. administered
       fall of 2005. Using the results, the BCCC Professional Development Committee arranged three workshops on
       communications (“The Reality of Now: How We Got There and What Do We Do about It” presented by Dr. Lynn
       Bloch of Career Options.). All three were held in April of 2006. Following the workshops an ad hoc committee
       was formed to develop a set of “values” for the College. The ad hoc committee met May 31, 2006.
       7. Provide oversight to expansion of nursing programs. Sponsored meetings with the chief administrators and
       other representatives of Beaufort County Hospital, Pitt County Memorial Hospital, and Pungo District Hospital to
       convey nursing instructor and facility needs and to seek support for requests for funding. Participants included


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       BCCC Allied Health Division Chairperson, Director of Nursing, and Coordinator of Research and Special
       Projects. The College has received a $42,388 award from the University Health Systems earmarked for
       educational leave support and a $50,000 award from the Beaufort County Hospital for Nursing Program faculty
       support. Currently, the College has submitted grant requests to Duke Endowment and Kate B. Reynolds each for
       $142,225 for nursing program faculty support.

Met or exceeded the following expected outcomes/benchmarks for 2005-2010:

 Expected Outcomes/Benchmarks                                       Actual Outcomes
  All internal and external surveys will rate BCCC facilities        84% of those responding to the 2005 Faculty/Staff
  favorably.                                                         Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied”
                                                                     or “satisfied” when asked to rate the adequacy of facilities
                                                                     (buildings and classrooms). The Faculty/Staff Evaluation of
                                                                     College Services will be administered again spring 2007.

                                                                     92% of those responding to the 2006 Current Student
                                                                     Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied”
                                                                     or “satisfied” when asked to rate the adequacy of facilities
                                                                     (buildings and classrooms). This represents an 8% increase
                                                                     from spring 2005.

  All internal and external surveys will rate BCCC programs          94.5% of those responding to the2005-06 Instructor and
  and services favorably.                                            Course Evaluation by Students rated the instructor and the
                                                                     courses favorably.

                                                                     An overall average of 94% of those responding to the 2006
                                                                     Current Student Evaluation of College Services checked
                                                                     “very satisfied” or “satisfied” when asked to rate the college
                                                                     services (Administrative Services, Instructional Services,
                                                                     Student Services, Registration, and PR/Communications).

  BCCC Audit/s will be without any exceptions.                       No audit exceptions.



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Unit Goal 2:   Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs,
               and services to meet those needs.

           •   Continued to respond to service area community needs as detailed in Goal 1.
           •   Conducted a Board of Trustees orientation for the new trustees during the fall of 2005.
           •   Set up and assisted with bimonthly meetings of the full Board.
           •   Set up and assisted with the Board of Trustees retreat.
           •   Reviewed, revised, and approved the Educational Leave with Pay policy (June, 2005). Approved the Whistle Blower
               policy (June, 2005) and the Secondary Employment Policy (August, 2005). Reviewed and edited the No-smoking
               Policy (July, 2006).

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcome
     All internal and external surveys will rate BCCC programs        93% of those responding to the 2004-05 Community
     favorably.                                                       Satisfaction Survey rated quality of educational programs
                                                                      as “excellent” or “good.” 89% rated College’s effectiveness
                                                                      in preparing students for the workforce as “excellent” or
                                                                      “good.” 94% satisfied with the information provided about
                                                                      BCCC programs and events. The community survey will be
                                                                      administered again during the 2007-08 academic year.


Unit Goal 3:   Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area,
               NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).

           •   Participated in civic and community groups (e.g. Beaufort County Community College Economic Development
               Commission, local Chambers of Commerce, and Committee of 100.).
           •   Supported BCCC Foundation fundraising efforts.
           •   Presented the BCCC budget and budget requests to the Beaufort County Commissioners.
           •   Prepared and delivered presentations to civic and community groups (e.g. Rotary, Kiwanis, EDC, Chamber of
               Commerce.).




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                                                      INSTRUCTIONAL AFFAIRS

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Instructional Affairs department is to offer educational opportunities for college credit and to provide
              a comprehensive Learning Resources Center. Curriculum offerings are representative of the needs of the College
              community and fulfill requirements of external agencies.

   Unit Goal 1:    Provide programs of study leading to associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates which reflect community needs.

               •   Adjusted fall and spring course offerings in consultation with division chairs and faculty to meet student
                   demand for classes.
               •   Added additional online class sections for fall and spring semesters to meet student demand (spring online
                   enrollment reached an all-time high)
               •   Worked extensively with high school personnel to develop the Beaufort College Academy to be implemented
                   in the fall of 2006.
               •   Worked with lead instructors and division chairs on extensive curriculum changes for all Information
                   Technology programs as well as Early Childhood and Criminal Justice.
               •   Met with Mount Olive College officials to discuss transfer opportunities for students in Early Childhood,
                   Business, and Criminal Justice. Worked with Early Childhood and Criminal Justice lead instructors to adjust
                   our curriculum offerings to provide coursework designed to maximize transferability.
               •   Added nursing expansion position to prepare for Expansion of Nursing program during 2006-2007.
               •   Offered first Huskins class at Pungo Christian Academy. Continued Huskins Drafting classes at Southside
                   High School.
               •   Began preliminary planning/study process for potential new programs in Therapeutic Massage and
                   Agricultural Biotechnology.
               •   Worked with East Carolina University Officials on a 2 + 2 agreement that would allow students to complete a
                   Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education on the BCCC campus.

       Met or exceeded the following expected outcomes/benchmarks for 2005-2010:

        Expected Outcomes/Benchmarks                                      Actual Outcomes
         One hundred percent (100%) of BCCC’s degrees,                     Current data indicate that BCCC has met or demonstrated
         diplomas, and certificates will meet NCCCS Performance            improvement in eleven of the twelve measures for the 2005-
         Based Budget (PBB) Measures and Standards.                        06 accountability report.


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                                                                      Committees at the state level will meet this summer to
                                                                      review all the measures and standards.

      One hundred percent (100%) of BCCC’s programs will              Outcome met.
      meet external agency requirements.

      Eighty-five percent (85%) or more of the service-               Outcome exceeded. 94% of the respondents to the 2004-05
      area community responding will rate BCCC’s performance          Community Satisfaction Survey rated the quality of the
      in meeting community needs as “excellent” or “good.”            educational programs as “excellent” or “good.” The
                                                                      community survey will be administered again during the
                                                                      2007-08 academic year.

Unit Goal 2:   Provide management of programs, resources, and personnel to enhance instructional excellence.

           •   Worked with business office, Division Chairs and Director of LRC to finalize Instructional budgets for 2005-
               2006, including Title III, College Tech Prep, and Perkins Funds.
           •   Presented PACE results to all Instructional Services personnel with implications for planning process for
               2006-2007 during full faculty meeting.
           •   Continued work on Registration Work Group to enhance registration and advising process.
           •   Provided resources for New Student Advising Center during fall registration.
           •   Provided Minority Mentoring Workshop for all faculty.
           •   Worked with Business Office, Division Chairs, and President’s Office to study personnel needs in
               Instructional Affairs and made calendar and personnel recommendations maximize class offerings with
               available resources.
           •   Submitted three College Tech Prep Grant proposals (Beaufort, Hyde and Washington counties) to seek
               additional funding for technical vocational programs.
           •   Worked with Director of Research and Special Projects on grant funding for Nursing expansion.
           •   Worked with Beaufort County Schools on grant application to provide additional Distance Learning
               capability through a second interactive audio/video broadcast room at BCCC.

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcomes/benchmarks for 2005-2010:



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    Expected Outcomes/Benchmarks                                       Actual Outcomes
     Selected faculty will participate in Curriculum                    Two faculty participating in the Electrical/Electronics CIP.
     Improvement Program (CIP) and Return-to-Industry (RTI)             One faculty participant in Spanish Facilitator Program
     projects.                                                          attending UNC-Chapel Hill this summer of 2006.

      All faculty will meet prof development requirements.              Outcome met.

      New programs will be investigated as identified through           Submitted grant requests for the expansion of the ADN and
      internal and external sources (Community Satisfaction             PN programs. Plan to partner with the Beaufort County
      Survey, Advisory Community input, NCCCS).                         Public School System for a “College Academy” beginning
                                                                        fall 2006. The Academy will provide an opportunity for
                                                                        high school students to direct their studies to any one of 4
                                                                        tracks: College Transfer, Health Sciences, Computer
                                                                        Technology, and/or Career Building Skills. Participating
                                                                        with the Wachovia Partnership East to serve as the NC
                                                                        Consortium hub site for the delivery of courses leading to a
                                                                        degree in Elementary Education from East Carolina
                                                                        University. The viability of two other programs is being
                                                                        explored. The programs are Agriculture Biotechnology and
                                                                        Therapeutic Massage Therapy.

Unit Goal 3:   Provide informational learning needs of the College and college community through the Learning Resources Center.

           •   Continued monitoring of periodicals and book inventories to meet student/patron needs.
           •   Supported online instruction through operation, training, and technical support for Blackboard courses,
               including upgrading of Blackboard.
           •   Worked with Dean of Administration and Network Administrator to enhance Blackboard capacity,
               dependability, and support through contract with AIT.
           •   Scheduled and operated NCIH classes broadcast to high schools throughout service area.
           •   Provided open access computer lab for students and patrons in LRC.
           •   Provided technical support for computers in Academic Support Center.
           •   Provided for campus-wide AV needs.



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       Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

        Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                        Actual Outcome
         Eighty-five percent (85%) or more of the current library          Outcome exceeded. (Faculty/Staff, 98.6% very satisfied and
         users will rate the LRC favorably.                                satisfied; Current Students, 95% very satisfied and satisfied.)



                                                     ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Administrative Services is to provide an environment that enables faculty, staff and students to
              concentrate on the appropriate tasks, which is essentially educational.

   Unit Goal 1:    Provide and maintain educational facilities, which will be attractive, safe, adequate, comfortable, handicapped
                   accessible and will enhance student learning.

               •   Building number 11 (public service building) has been completed. This 22,000 square foot facility has
                   dramatically increased the classroom space for our cosmetology, human services, and early childhood
                   programs.
               •   Emergency lighting has been added in several of the older buildings on campus. These lights will help light
                   pathways out of the buildings in the event of power outages.
               •   Renovations to buildings 2 and 3 are complete. These renovation projects added much needed classroom
                   space for our nursing and business classes. Faculty office space was also created.
               •   During the winter break, a backup generator was installed to allow emergency power for our computer
                   network and phone system. This generator will allow the online classes to continue operating even if the
                   campus is without power. It will also allow for phone services to continue working during power outages.
               •   Washington Utilities replaced the underground power lines to buildings 1 and 9 during the winter break. This
                   has reduced many of the power problems that we have had during recent years. With the addition of building
                   11, Washington Utilities was able to complete a power loop around campus that will also help reduce
                   problems we have had in the past.
               •   JKF Architecture completed a campus master plan and maintenance plan for the College. During the process,
                   we tried to project our needs for the next 10 years and we developed a plan to meet those needs.




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   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                        Actual Outcomes
     BCCC students, faculty and staff will rate facilities             84% of those responding to the 2005 Faculty/Staff
     favorably.                                                        Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
                                                                       “satisfied” when asked to rate the adequacy of facilities
                                                                       (buildings and classrooms). The Faculty/Staff Evaluation of
                                                                       College Services will be administered again spring 2007.

                                                                       92% of those responding to the 2006 Current Student
                                                                       Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
                                                                       “satisfied” when asked to rate the adequacy of facilities
                                                                       (buildings and classrooms). This represents an 8% increase
                                                                       from spring 2005.

Unit Goal 2:   Manage budgets and financial matters prudently and in accordance with state, federal and local rules and
               regulations. Be accountable and fiscally responsible in all financial activities.

           •   The NC Office of the State Auditor has audited the College’s financial statements for fiscal year 2005. They
               issued a report dated March 20, 2006 and issued an unqualified opinion on our financial statements.
           •   A private CPA company has audited the Foundation’s financial statements for fiscal year 2005. The CPA
               issued an unqualified audit report on the foundation’s financial statements.
           •   We are currently involved in the final stages of a computer system conversion. The final stage involves
               moving the cash receipting and third party billing responsibilities of the College to the new system. We are
               performing extensive testing and training to ensure that the system is working in proper order before we go
               live on July 1st.
           •   Several staff members in administrative services have attended various workshops and conferences offered
               through the Community College System, the Office of the State Controller, and the Office of the State
               Auditor. These conferences help administrative services stay current on policy and procedure changes taking
               place in state government. Other courses have also been taken through the North Carolina Association of
               Certified Public Accountants.




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   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                      Actual Outcome
     BCCC Audit/s will be without any exceptions.                    No audit exceptions.

Unit Goal 3:   Improve communications between support services and all employees to ensure that applicable fiscal and
               personnel procedures are understood.

           •   Administrative Services held a new employee orientation session the past year. During this session, new
               employees were provided with information on the structure of the College and various information about
               benefits and College policies. The Director of the LRC also provided information on the learning resource
               center and the opportunities that were available to faculty, staff, students, and the general public. Campus
               safety policies were also explained to new employees by our Director of Campus Police.
           •   Administrative Services has set up times for representatives from the Prudential 401(k) plan and the state
               health plan to provide information to our employees.
           •   We have hired a director of human resources with approximately 10 years of experience in human resources.
               We expect to recommend changes to our hiring process and several other procedures in the near future.
           •   We have prepared a presentation on how the College prepares the state budget and have offered two sessions
               to the faculty and one session to the staff of the College. Approximately 75 employees have attended these
               sessions.
           •   We updated the way we present the College’s budget. We believe that the new presentation will be more
               meaningful and provide greater insight into how the College spends these funds. We are also planning
               changes to how the special funds budget is presented.

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                      Actual Outcome
     Employees will be better informed and have current              An average of 92% of those responding to the 2005
     information.                                                    Faculty/Staff Evaluation of College Services report overall
                                                                     satisfaction with the services of the Administrative Affairs
                                                                     department. The Faculty/Staff Evaluation of College
                                                                     Services will be administered again spring 2007.




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                                                        CONTINUING EDUCATION

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC’s Continuing Education is to provide opportunities to non-degree seeking students in the areas of
              occupational training, Basic Skills, community service, HRD, Business and Industry services, based on service area needs.

   Unit Goal 1:    Upgrade skills, train for new career or job, and retrain for businesses and industries.

               •   Business and Industry Services: BCCC Continuing Education Division provided training and services for
                   five local businesses (P & G Manufacturing, Weir Valve, Brooks Boatworks, Impressions, and Prettl
                   Appliances) this year. The Small Business Center (SBC) offered 34 entrepreneurial and targeted workshops
                   and partnered with the local SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) Chapter in delivering the core
                   curriculum portion of the workshops. SBC counseling efforts saw approximately 70 clients. Of these clients
                   11 started or assumed ownership of existing businesses. WorkKeys assessments and KeyTrain classes were
                   offered several times for Teacher Assistants of Beaufort County Schools. The SBC worked with BCCC’s
                   Professional Development Committee in bringing “The Reality of Now: How We Got There and What Do We
                   Do about It” presented by Dr. Lynn Bloch of Career Options.

               •   HRD: BCCC HRD program exceeded its 2005-2006 stated planning outcomes for HRD with 32 HRD
                   offerings and 7 HRD classes for Nursing Assistant students.

               •   Occupational: A total of 813 courses were offered through the Division of Continuing Education with a total
                   of 8,762 students representing a total of 14,211 contact hours. The courses were offered at various locations
                   throughout the service area. Courses represented under this heading included: fire and EMS, Computer
                   Technology, Law Enforcement “in-service,” and DOC consortium courses.

               •   98%-99% of the respondents to the on-going Continuing Education Instructor and Course Evaluation rated
                   the overall quality of the courses and the overall quality of the instructors very favorably. NCCCS
                   Performance Standards relating to the BCCC Continuing Education area were met or exceeded.

   Unit Goal 2:    Increase adult literacy.

           •   Basic Skills: Offered five new literacy classes in all four counties this fall. LEIS goals were exceeded for past
               two years.


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                           LEIS GOALS:                                 BCCC                    NCCCS GOAL
                           Students w/growth                             63.59%                   60%
                           Students showing progress                     77.28%                   55%
                              Students completing or
                              moving to a higher level.                    81.05%                   60%
                              GED students completing
                              requirements for h.s. diploma.               36.36%                   25%
                           Retention                                       77.28%                   75%

   Unit Goal 3:    Offer opportunities for personal improvement through cultural and leisure activities.
               •   Community Services: Outcomes met. Offered College for Kids during the summer of 2006 with one
                   hundred and fourteen (114) participants, co-sponsored two programs with the Beaufort County Choral
                   Society, co-sponsored five programs with the Beaufort County Arts Council for Beaufort and Hyde Counties,
                   and offered self supporting classes and senior citizen classes in service area.


                                         PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Planning and Institutional Effectiveness office is to coordinate and direct the planning process
              and program and services evaluation; institutional research/effectiveness measurement; and grant writing activities.

   Unit Goal 1:    Coordinate the activities of BCCC Planning Council and Evaluation Systems Committee.

             Planning:
               •   Developed Planning Assumptions for the College with a six member ad hoc committee to the Planning
                   Council.
               •   Identified “Confronting Current No/Low-growth Reality” as the major critical issues facing the College
                   in 2006-2007.
               •   Set the following Strategic Objectives/Short Range Goals for the College during 2006-2007.
                                1. Respond to Funding Challenges.
                                2. Communicate College offerings, value, and potential.
                                3. Inspire, allow, and reward innovation.
                                4. Design work group plans addressing objectives listed above.


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            •   Prepared a departmental/division “Mid Year” Progress report and an “End of the Year” report for the 2005-
                2010 Institutional Effectiveness Plan and submitted reports to the BCCC Board of Trustees.

            •   Completed Institutional Effectiveness “End of the Year” report and the 2006-2011 IE Plan: Planning and
                Assessment. (Will present the 2006-2011 IE Plan: Planning and Assessment to the BCCC Planning Council
                in June and to the BCCC Board of Trustees in August.)

            •   Chairing an ad hoc committee formed at the completion of a professional development workshop on
                communications (“The Reality of Now: How We Got There and What Do We Do about It” presented by Dr.
                Lynn Bloch of Career Options.) The newly formed group will develop a set of values for the College and
                forward them to the BCCC ad hoc assumptions committee, the Mission Review Committee, and the BCCC
                Planning Council.

    Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

     Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                        Actual Outcome
      90% or more of the Planning Council will report                   95-100% of the respondents responding to the spring
      satisfaction with the composition of the membership, the          semester 2006 annual Planning Council Questionnaire
      frequency of meetings, and the elements of the long-range         reported satisfaction with all items.
      plan.

Evaluation:
    Administered, tallied/scanned, and distributed the results from the following evaluation instruments:
            •   Personal Assessment of the College Environment (P.A.C.E.)
            •   Instructor and Course Evaluation
            •   Non-returning Student Survey
            •   Graduate Follow-up Students
            •   Annual Evaluation of BCCC Planning Council
            •   Current Student Evaluation of College Services
            •   Graduating Student Survey
            •   Title III Employer Survey and Faculty and Staff Survey
            •   Allied Health surveys (ADN, PN, and MLT)




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   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                     Actual Outcomes
     A majority or more of those faculty and staff responding       95% of the respondents to the annual 2005 Faculty/Staff
     to a questionnaire/survey will indicate that the program or    Evaluation of College Services reported satisfaction with the
     services review (evaluation) was helpful.                      processes and the instruments. The Faculty/Staff Evaluation
                                                                    of College Services will be administered again spring 2007.

                                                                        The Evaluation Systems Committee met three times during
                                                                        the 2005-2006 year. The following evaluation instruments
                                                                        were reviewed and/or revised: Graduate Follow-up, Non-
                                                                        returning Student, Instructor and Course, and the Current
                                                                        Student Evaluation of College Services. Revisions approved
                                                                        by BCCC Administrative Council. All surveys were
                                                                        administered to the appropriate group, compiled, and tallied.
                                                                        Results were sent to department heads and division chairs
                                                                        for distribution and action.



Unit Goal 2:   Provide analytical information (demographics, planning documents, evaluation results, etc.) to assist in the
               administration (decision making) of the institution and to report program and services effectiveness measurement
               to external agencies such as NCCCS and SACS.

           •   Updated Electronic Fact Book.
           •   Updated Institutional Effectiveness Web Page.
           •   Distributed demographic tables to selected personnel (e.g. FTE, Enrollment, Placement Test Score inf…).
           •   Completed and submitted Federal Reports for IPEDS… NCHEDS… SACS Profile…
           •   Completed and submitted the annual report for the BCCC Title III Grant. (All measurable objectives
               exceeded.)
           •   Compiled and submitted goal attainment and student satisfaction survey data required for NCCCS
               Accountability/Standards reporting. (NCCCS benchmark/s for goal attainment and student satisfaction
               exceeded.)



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   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                   Actual Outcomes
     90% or more of those individuals who request and receive     100% of those responding to the annual 2005 Faculty/Staff
     data from the office of planning and institutional           Evaluation of College Services report that information
     effectiveness will report the data as useful and timely.     provided is useful and timely. The Faculty/Staff Evaluation
                                                                  of College Services will be administered again spring
                                                                  2007.

                                                                     Planning and evaluation documents, meeting minutes, and
                                                                     survey/evaluation results for the 2005-2006 year were sent
                                                                     to department heads and division chairs for distribution
                                                                     and, as needed, for action.

                                                                     100% of the respondents to the annual 2005 Faculty/Staff
                                                                     Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied”
                                                                     and “satisfied” when asked to rate the information services
                                                                     of the office of planning and institutional effectiveness.
                                                                     The Faculty /Staff Evaluation of College Services will be
                                                                     administered again spring 2007.

Unit Goal 3:   Seek external grant funds as sources of financial support for the College and College programs.

           •   Grants in progress:
               Golden LEAF $130,000+ for Commercial Truck Driving program equipment. (Plan to submit 8-1-06.)
           •   Pending grants awarded:
               Golden LEAF $215,000 for a non-ferrous fabrication Welding lab.
           •   Grants submitted and awarded:
               Disadvantaged Nursing Students Grant - $1,880 (NCLEX Testing Software)
               University Health Systems - $42,388 Nursing Programs Expansion (Educational Leave Support)
               Beaufort County Hospital - $50,000 Nursing Program Expansion (Faculty Support)
           •   Grants submitted:
               Kate B. Reynolds Foundation - $140,255 Nursing Programs Expansion (Faculty Support)
               Duke Endowment - $140,225 Nursing Programs Expansion (Faculty Support)


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              •   Continuation grants:
                  Title III “Strengthening Institutions,” Year 5 – $348,251.
                  TRIO, Student Support Services, Year 1 – $322,739.

       Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

        Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcome
         Financial Support from “external” sources will increase.         Beaufort County received $980,258 in new and
                                                                          continuation grants for 2005-2006.



                                            PUBLIC RELATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS

Unit Purpose: The purpose of BCCC Public Relations/Communications is to communicate college activities to the college community
              (both internal and external).

   Unit Goal 1:   Provide the external community with pertinent, accurate, and timely information regarding BCCC programs,
                  activities, and students.
   Unit Goal 2:   Provide information to BCCC students, faculty, and staff through the regular publication and distribution of
                  Campus Connections, BCCC Review, and e-mail announcements.
   Unit Goal 3:   Build partnerships between the College, the community it serves, and business/industry.
   Unit Goal 4:   Promote the concept internally that Public Relations is an important part of everyone’s job and encourage greater
                  participation in campus communications outlets by faculty and staff.

       The BCCC News column featured in the Washington Daily News (WDN) on Sundays continues to be an extremely effective tool
       in advertising Continuing Education programs. Betty Gray and I continue to produce the items for this column and insure that
       they get down to the paper in a timely fashion. Our column was severely backlogged between September and November. We may
       need to consider using more paid space if we want every item to appear in the paper in a timely manner. The WDN lost its editor
       which created a good deal of confusion. However, a new editor will begin in June and the PR department will begin to forge a
       relationship with him as soon as possible.

       Due to budget constraints, the BCCC Notes (a weekly paid ad) was cut back to a bi-weekly column. This will remain in place
       until June 30. More careful allocation of marketing funds will be the result on next years advertising budget.


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The slogan “Beaufort County Community College works for you!” was used at the beginning of FY 05-06. However, after
conducting a series of focus groups, it was discovered that students had a slightly better reaction to other phrases. Since many
publications had already been printed with the “Works for you” slogan, the Marketing committee opted in March to continue
using it until 2007. More focus groups will be conducted this fall to explore other slogans as well as other marketing efforts.

Upon reviewing and evaluating BCCC’s 05-06 marketing expenditures and strategies up to the midyear point, the following points
should be noted:

        The “media use survey” conducted on campus in FY 04-05 guided media buys in this fiscal year. It is hard to say how
        well this information guided the marketing. Although the student enrollment (head count) dropped in numbers
        (roughly 200 less students in the fall but at least 100 of those students were lost to changes in the county schools
        calendar), the FTE remained fairly level in both the fall and spring semesters. Historic data on BCCC enrollments
        indicates that when the economy is bad, enrollment goes up and when the economy improves, enrollment goes down.
        If that is a true measuring stick, then it could be assumed that the marketing worked to the extent that enrollment did
        not drop back to its “pre-bad economy” level. No matter how you interpret the data, it is imperative that the College
        find new ways to target new students. This information was considered at the Marketing Committee’s planning session
        in March and will guide next year’s media buys.

        Based on the interesting data that was gleaned from the focus group conducted in October of 2005 and another in
        January of 2006, the marketing department will continue to glean more information from additional focus groups
        throughout the upcoming year.

        The television advertising strategy in 05-06 remained the same with cable TV. More ads were placed on fewer
        channels. The channels (Lifetime, FOX, Comedy Central, and BET) were selected for ad schedules because they were
        the most popular channels specified in the “media use survey.” Cable TV data also indicated that these channels are
        viewed by our student demographics.

        The WITN-TV ad package ran through January 2006 and was not renewed. Although far more BCCC students watch
        network television than cable, it was determined that the six month “image campaign” did not hit the saturation rate
        needed to create true BCCC awareness throughout the community. Hence, it has been decided to focus next year’s
        network TV dollars on saturation during registration.


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Although research indicates that more than 50% of BCCC students want their information in a printed format, no
money for printed promotional and or informational pieces remains in 05-06. Hence, it remains a priority in 06-07.
Design work has been done on generic promotional pieces for the College as a whole as well as the Foundation. Funds
from the Foundation will cover the printing of that brochure.

Advertising dollars used for “relationship building” have remained constant in FY 05-06. Ads in high school year
books, Relay for Life participation, festival sponsorships, and goodies to hand out at various events were deemed by
the Marketing Committee to be effective and were maintained in the 05-06 budget. The goody supply was running low
and had to be replenished. This made a big dent in this year’s budget. It was originally thought that last year’s goodies
could be stretched to last until the end of this year. This was not the case.

The Marketing Committee feels VERY strongly that a printed catalog is an important marketing tool for the College
and should be provided – no matter what it takes. For a variety of reasons, the catalog has not been printed in a timely
manner over the years. This sentiment has been conveyed to the Dean of Instruction and it seems reasonably certain
that a “hard copy” catalog will be available by July, in time for fall registration.

Despite high levels of community satisfaction with BCCC PR, it is imperative for the PR/Marketing Committee to
constantly evaluate its efforts and adjust them to fit changes in BCCC’s markets. This was done at the planning session
held on March 23. The committee invited BCCC Trustee, Shields Harvey to participate in this planning. Mr. Harvey’s
background in corporate marketing proved to be very helpful to the group.

The PR/Marketing department has provided several human interest stories about BCCC students, faculty, staff, and
graduates to the Washington Daily News (WDN). The WDN remains a true friend to the College in that they give
regular and generous space to BCCC for these stories.

Campus Connections, a monthly newsletter, continues to serve as an effective marketing tool for BCCC. It is
especially useful for High School Guidance counselors and visitors to the BCCC campus. However, it has been
difficult to produce it through two departments (PR and Graphics). A new computer and design software have been
purchased for the PR office in FY 06-07. It is hoped that this will increase the quality of this publication.




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               A printed piece for the College’s 40th anniversary is being designed for publication and will be included in the FY 06-
               07 budget. Other events are being planned for this as well.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Professional Development offerings is to develop and arrange workshops and/or activities that
              provide the PDI credits required of BCCC employees in the Faculty and Staff Manual.

   Unit Goal 1:    Provide meaningful/timely professional development (PD) activities for faculty/staff.
   Unit Goal 2:    Distribute Faculty Upgrade Allotment (FUA) funding for professional development activities.
   Unit Goal 3:    Encourage faculty/staff participation in PD activities through accessibility and promotion.
   Unit Goal 4:    Maintain a working relationship with the NCCCS PD office.

       The FUA program got off to a slow start in 05-06, primarily due to the state legislature not finalizing the budget until October
       of 2005. Grant awards were not made until December. The good news is that all requests for funds were able to be met with
       the available funding. However, one grantee did not use their entire allotment. Hence, despite locating a last minute project
       eligible for funding, roughly $600 of FUA funds has to be returned to the state.

       The PD Committee voted to set aside $2,000 to hire a consultant and conduct a campus wide workshop that will specifically
       address the communication issues highlighted in the recent PACE study. Lynn Bloch, a corporate management consultant, was
       contacted through Lentz Stowe. She conducted three workshops in April of 2006. The focus of each workshop was internal
       communication. As a result of these workshops, an ad hoc committee has been formed to develop a set of core values for the
       BCCC campus.

       The time and energy required to produce Professional Development opportunities on campus has been a drain on the resources
       of the PR and Foundation office. Professional development should be a function of the personnel department. Now that the
       Business Office has hired a new personnel director, Professional Development will be transitioned to that office.

       The PD committee met regularly to discuss the training needs for the BCCC faculty and staff and to plan and conduct the
       workshops.




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       The FY 05-06 campus Satisfaction Survey results for professional development have remained high.

       Participation in PD remained level in FY 05-06 because the Lynn Bloch workshops were not mandatory for attendance.

BCCC FOUNDATION

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the BCCC Foundation is to provide broad-based community support for the College in achieving its
              educational goals. The Foundation seeks to achieve this mission through the solicitation of private gifts of money,
              property, and services and by the management of such assets to enhance the educational programs and services offered
              by the College.

   Unit Goal 1:   Provide maximum available funds for endowed scholarships contingent on annual investment earnings
                  that reflect current, institutional investment trends.
   Unit Goal 2:   Provide non-endowed scholarships to needy and deserving students in all curriculum areas.
   Unit Goal 3:   Promote academic scholarship and enhance the College image in the community through funding and
                  management of the BCCC Ambassador program.
   Unit Goal 4:   Increase the Foundation donor base and/or the level of giving annually.
   Unit Goal 5:   Maintain accurate records of BCCC Foundation financial activities.
   Unit Goal 6:   Keep the Foundation Board of Directors informed and active in regard to the organization.
   Unit Goal 7:   Provide funding for BCCC needs and activities that do not fall within the standard budget resources.

              •   The Foundation worked with the Institutional Effectiveness and Financial Aid offices to match BCCC needs
                  with donors and encourage the establishment of more endowments.

              •   The Foundation was successful in finding additional funds to fully establish an endowment of $5000 in
                  memory of Wyatt Blanks. The family was most appreciative.

              •   The Agnew family has given $5000. We are still awaiting their approval and direction as to what they want
                  their new endowment to do.

              •   BCCC faculty and staff donations increased slightly in FY 05-06.

              •   The Foundation will have collected more than $100,000 by the end of FY 05-06. Last year’s collections were
                  roughly $97,000.


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               •   Three new endowments have been created in FY 05-06: Donald Belew (scholarship for an evening student –
                   the first ever), Wyatt Blanks (scholarship area yet to be determined by the family), and Alice Agnew
                   (scholarship area yet to be determined by the family – probably nursing).

               •   The faculty/staff survey indicated a satisfaction level of greater than eighty percent (80%) and an awareness
                   level of greater than eighty percent (80%) in regard to the work and services of the Foundation.

               •   The Foundation Director provided Howard and Sheila Cadmus with information in regard to establishing a
                   scholarship program. They have not as yet responded.

               •   A brochure for the Foundation has been designed and, pending a few more edits, will be available summer.

               •   Several new policies are being proposed to the Board in July. Primarily a confidentiality policy and a
                   document destruction policy need to be adopted as a result of changes in Federal law. The confidentiality
                   policies were adopted at the May board meeting. The document retention policy is still being reviewed by a
                   subcommittee.

               •   The FY 04-05 audit was completed and clean. It was presented to the Board of Directors at their January
                   meeting.

               •   The Golf and Croquet Tournaments, sponsored by the BCCC Foundation were both successful fund raisers,
                   garnering roughly $14,000 for the Foundation.

               •   Five new ambassadors for FY 06-07 were selected on May 24, 2006. They will begin their duties in July.
                   Three Ambassadors from FY 05-06 are returning this fall.



                                                            STUDENT SERVICES

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the Student Services Department is to provide services, which guide students and prospective students in
              Their selection of career paths, assist them in the transition into higher education, maximize their chances for success, and
              enhance their potential for personal and educational growth.

   Unit Goal 1:     Provide recruiting activities and publications that accurately describe the opportunities at the College.


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           •   The Director of Admissions and Recruitment has completed 79 recruiting visits so far this year.
           •   The Admissions Office has produced three tabloids and one informational piece in addition to standard
               College publications.

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcome
     Eighty-five percent (85%) or more of BCCC’s current              92% of those responding to the spring 2005 Current Student
     students will agree that advertising, recruiting activities,     Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
     and publications describe the College accurately.                “satisfied” when asked to rate the recruitment services. An
                                                                      average of 91% of the current students responding checked
                                                                      “very satisfied” or “satisfied” when asked to rate the overall
                                                                      student services.

Unit Goal 2:   Establish and maintain appropriate programs (testing, orientation, admissions, counseling, placement, financial aid,
               and social) for students.
           •   The Allied Health Admissions Coordinator continues to be involved in the program expansion process.
           •   Job Fair was held April 11. One hundred sixty-six (166) individuals attended.
           •   Job Ready Workshops were held for March 7 and 28. Approximately fifty (50) individuals participated.
           •   Spring Fling held.
           •   Various other activates were offered for students including Spring Fling, May 18th Career Fair for MHS, and
               March 20th “Girls Night Out.”

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcomes
     Eighty-five percent (85%) or more of BCCC’s current              92% of those responding to the 2005 Current Student
     students will rate the Student Services services, student        Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
     activities, and SGA favorably.                                   “satisfied” when asked to rate the placement testing. 98% of
                                                                      those responding checked same rating/s for counseling, 90%
                                                                      for financial aid services, 96% for admissions, and 91% for
                                                                      registrar services.




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                                                                        94% of those responding to the 2005 Current Student
                                                                        Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
                                                                        “satisfied” when asked to rate the College SGA activities.

Unit Goal 3:   Provide effective student records management and policy development.

           •   Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Registrar’s Office continue to be involved in the training for and
               implementation of the new Computer Information System (CIS).
           •   All offices continue to process and maintain student information in a secure and efficient manner in
               compliance with State and Federal law.

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcome
     Records and policies will comply with external agencies          In Compliance.
     and SACS requirements.

Unit Goal 4:   Design and maintain support services that will facilitate the instructional process.

           •   Student Services has implemented a new planning process.

   Met or exceeded the following expected outcome/benchmark for 2005-2010:

    Expected Outcome/Benchmark                                       Actual Outcomes
     Eighty-five percent (85%) or more of BCCC’s current              92% of those responding to the 2005 Current Student
     students will rate the Student Services services, student        Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
     activities, and SGA favorably.                                   “satisfied” when asked to rate the placement testing, 98% of
                                                                      those responding checked same rating/s for counseling, 90%
                                                                      for financial aid services, 96% for admissions, and 91% for
                                                                      registrar services.

                                                                        94% of those responding to the 2005 Current Student
                                                                        Evaluation of College Services checked “very satisfied” or
                                                                        “satisfied” when asked to rate the College SGA activities.




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             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                OUR VISION



Beaufort County Community College will be an innovative community leader,
     providing an open door to the future through educational opportunity,
                  economic development, and public service.



                                                   Reviewed and Approved:
                                                            BCCC Mission Review Committee, 9-10-02, 9-22-04
                                                            BCCC Administrative Council, 9-25-02, 9-30-04
                                                            BCCC Board of Trustees, 10-01-02, 10-05-04
                   BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                                                      MISSION
  Beaufort County Community College is a public comprehensive community college with a commitmen
t to provide accessible and affordable quality education, relevant training, and lifelong learning opportunities
                                        for the people served by the College.

                                                   GOALS: 2005-2010

       1. To provide a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence.
       2. To maintain a positive learning environment for a diverse population.
       3. To provide support services which enhance and encourage the potential for personal
          and educational growth.
       4. To offer opportunities for adults to master basic skills.
       5. To promote the development of work force training and retraining.
       6. To offer services to business and industry designed to enhance economic development.
       7. To develop opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life.
       8. To seek and develop additional resources necessary to achieve the goals and
          objectives of the College.
       9. To integrate leading-edge technology into all instructional and support areas.
       10. To improve the services of the College through a continuous evaluation and revision
          of goals and objectives, instruction, programs, and administrative organization.




  Reviewed, Revised, and Approved:                            Reviewed and Approved:
  BCCC Mission Review Committee, 11-13-98, 9-29-04            BCCC Mission Review Committee, 9-19-00, 9-10-02
  BCCC Administrative Council, 11-25-98, 9-30-04              BCCC Administrative Council, 10-25-00, 9-25-02
  BCCC Board of Trustees, 12-01-98, 10-05-04                  BCCC Board of Trustees, 10-03-00, 10-01-02
          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
      STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: SHORT RANGE GOALS, 2005-2010


1. Adapt and plan program offerings and support services to changing student needs.

2. Strengthen relationships with present funding sources and cultivate new sources.

3. Align College programs with economic development initiatives.

4. Inspire, motivate, and reward faculty and staff within current budgetary restraints.

5. Manage resources available to maximize services and return-on-investment.

6. Better target marketing efforts to stakeholder groups.

7. Meet ever changing technology needs of the College.

8. Strive to exceed state goals and other accountability standards.
                                                             BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                                Institutional Effectiveness - Accomplishments

                                                                MISSION
                         BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (BCCC) IS A PUBLIC COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                    WITH A COMMITMENT TO PROVIDE ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE QUALITY EDUCATION, RELEVANT TRAINING, AND
                                 LIFELONG LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PEOPLE SERVED BY THE COLLEGE.

                                                                                       Goals
         1 = To provide a comprehensive education program with a commitment to excellence. 2 = To maintain a positive learning environment for a diverse population.
   3 = To provide support services which enhance and encourage the potential for personal and educational growth. 4 = To offer opportunities for adults to master basic skills.
        5 = To promote the development of work force training and retraining. 6 = To offer services to business and industry designed to enhance economic development.
7 = To develop opportunities and services to enrich the quality of community life. 8 = To seek and develop additional resources necessary to achieve the goals and objectives of the
 College. 9 = To improve the services of the College through a continuous evaluation and revision of goals and objectives, instruction, programs, and administrative organization.
                                                                               10 = All of the above.


                                                          2005-2006 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES - Short-Range Goals
                                                    1. Adapt and plan program offerings and support services to changing student needs.
                                                                             North Carolina Community College System Goal #2.


                                                                                                                                                                      DATA SOURCES
 BCCC
                                                      EXPECTED OUTCOMES/ACTUAL OUTCOMES                                                                (Report, Survey, and/or Location)
GOAL #


            STUDENTS

1,2,3,4,7   95% or more of the graduates responding to a survey will report that BCCC met their intended objective (completely and partially                 (Graduate Follow-up Survey)
            accomplishing their educational goal).                                                                                                           (Graduating Student Survey)

                    GRADUATE FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                          1993 Graduates: 97%                   2000 Graduates:    100%
                          1994 Graduates: 97%                   2001 Graduates:     97%
                          1995 Graduates: 99%                   2002 Graduates:     98%
                          1996 Graduates: 97%                   2003 Graduates:     98%
                          1997 Graduates: 98.5%                 2004 Graduates:     96%
                          1998 Graduates: 100%                  2005 Graduates:     99%
                          1999 Graduates: 100%

 1,2,7              GRADUATING STUDENT SURVEY
                          2000 Graduates, Spring-2000:          100%
                          2001 Graduates, Spring 2001:          100%
                          2002 Graduates, Spring 2002:           99%
                          2003 Graduates, Spring 2003:          100%
                          2004 Graduates, Spring 2004:           98%
                          2005 Graduates, Spring 2005:           99.5%
                          2006 Graduates, Spring 2006:           99%


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1, 2, 7   85% or more of the graduate students responding to a survey will recommend their program to others.                                                    (Graduate Follow-Up Survey)

                  GRADUATE FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                        1993 Graduates: 94%                    2000 Graduates: 100%
                        1994 Graduates: 88%                    2001 Graduates: 95%
                        1995 Graduates: 97%                    2002 Graduates: 93%
                        1996 Graduates: 95%                    2003 Graduates: 98%
                        1997 Graduates: 97%                    2004 Graduates: 97%
                        1998 Graduates: 87%                    2005 Graduates: 94%
                        1999 Graduates: 96%

1, 2, 7   85% or more of the current students responding to a survey will be satisfied with the LRC Services.                                                          (LRC Services Survey)
                                                                                                                                                        (Current Student Eval of Coll Services)
                  LIBRARY USERS/PATRONS SATISFACTION SURVEY
                         1992-93: 99%
                         1995-96: 99%
                         1999-00: 99%
                         2002-03: 99%
                         2006-07:

                  CURRENT STUDENT EVALUATION OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                        Spring, 1998: 95%     Spring, 2003: 95%
                        Spring, 1999: 93%     Spring, 2004: 98%
                        Spring, 2000: 95%     Spring, 2005: 95%
                        Spring, 2001: 95%     Spring, 2006: 94%
                        Spring, 2002: 98%

  2       85% or more of the current students responding to a survey will rate the overall effectiveness of Student Services favorably (Excellent and   (Current Student Eval of Coll Services)
          Good or Very Satisfied and Satisfied).

              CURRENT STUDENT EVALUATION
                        1993: 99%
                        1994: 99%
                        1995: 100%
                        1996: 97%
                        1997: 99%

              CURRENT STUDENT EVAL OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                            Sp,98 Sp,99 Sp,00 Sp,01  Sp,02                            Sp,03      Sp,04        Sp,05     Sp,06
              Admissions           88%   84%   99%    90%                              96%        88%          96%       92%        95%
              Career Center        88%   85%   97%    85%                              98%        81%          97%       90%        94%
              Counseling           96%   91%   94%    91%                              95%        89%          98%       91%        97%
              Financial Aid        82%   79%   89%    81%                              85%        77%          90%       78%        79%
              Job Placement                    91%    84%                              91%        78%          94%       86%        88%

 2,3      85% or more of the current students responding to a survey will rate the services of the Administrative Services Department favorably         (Current Student Eval of Coll Services)
          (Excellent and Good or Very Satisfied and Satisfied).

              CURRENT STUDENT EVALUATION: Spring, 1996
                                      Satisf  Adeq of Svcs                                          Satisf      Adeq of Svcs
                        Bookstore      95%        94%      Switchboard                               99%          99%
                        Housekeeping  100%       100%      Police                                    99%         100%
                        Food Services 100%        92%      Business Office                           97%          97%



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             CURRENT STUDENT EVAL OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                                     Sp,98 Sp,99 Sp,00 Sp,01                            Sp,02       Sp,03        Sp,04    Sp,05      Sp,06
             Bookstore                83%   81%   92%   92%                              94%         85%          95%      90%        92%
             Bsns Svcs (Payroll Proc  91%   91%   98%   98%                              99%         87%          94%      90%        93%
             Food Services            87%   72%   90%   n/a                              85%         55%          88%      73%        85%
             Mntnce and Houskp        96%   91%   96%   89%                              98%         91%          98%      94%        94%
             Reception/Swtchbd        92%   95%   98%   94%                              99%         94%          99.6%    95%        96.5%
             Safety/Police            91%   92%   96%   93%                              97%         89%          93%      89%        91%

1, 2, 3, 7   85% or more of the current students responding to a survey will rate the 2005-06 SGA activities favorably.                                 (Current Student Eval of Coll Services)

                     CURRENT STUDENT EVALUATION
                           1993: 99%
                           1994: 97%
                           1995: 100%
                           1996: 99%
                           1997: 92%

                     CURRENT STUDENT EVAL OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                           Spring, 1998: 90% (Excellent and Good)                       Spring, 2003: 81% (Excellent and Good)
                           Spring, 1999: 87% (Excellent and Good))                      Spring, 2004: 94% (Very Satisfied and Satisfied)
                           Spring, 2000: 93% (Very Satisfied and Satisfied)             Spring, 2005: 83% (Excellent and Good)
                           Spring, 2001: 90% (Excellent and Good)                                 Spring, 2006: 91% (Excellent and Good)
                           Spring, 2002: 96% (Very Satisfied and Satisfied)

1, 2, 6, 7   85% or more of the current clients will rate the Small Business Center services (workshops, seminars, and courses) favorably (Excellent   (NCCCS Performance Standards Report)
             and Good).

                     CLIENT SATISFACTION WITH CUSTOMIZED TRAINING
                             Spring 2001 (1999-00 data): 99%
                             Spring 2002 (2000-01 data): 99%
                             Spring 2003 (2001-02 data): 98%
                             Spring 2004 (2002-03 data): 100%
                             Spring 2005 (2003-04 data): 100%
                             Spring 2006 (2004-05 data): 100%

1, 2, 5, 7   85% or more of those enrolled in the Continuing Education occupational courses will rate the courses favorably (satisfaction with the     (Instr and Course Evaluation of Con Ed)
             quality of the course, the knowledge of the instructor, the teaching ability of the instructor).

                     INSTRUCTOR AND COURSE EVALUATION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
                            1997: 98% average    2003: 98% average
                            1998: 98% average    2004: 99% average
                            1999: 97% average    2005: 98% average
                            2000: 98% average    2006: 98% average
                            2001: 98% average
                            2002: 99% average




                                                          2. Strengthen relationships with present funding sources and cultivate new sources.
                                                                          North Carolina Community College System Goal #4.

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  8       At least one privately endowed scholarship will be established annually.                                                                                                   (BCCC Foundation)

              Three new BCCC Foundation endowments (Alice Agnew, Donald Belew, and Wyatt Blanks) were established.


  8       An average of 33% or more of the BCCC faculty and staff will support the annual campaign.                                                                                  (BCCC Foundation)
                              1995-96:   25%         2001-02:   16%
                              1996-97:   24%         2002-03:   13%
                              1997-98:   30%         2003-04:   12%
                              1998-99:   25%         2004-05:   21%
                              1999-00:   28%         2005-06:   11% (16/145 – based on # ft personnel in July, 2006)
                              2000-01:   25%
                                                                                                                                                                                     (BCCC Foundation)
  8       The number and total dollar amount of Foundation pledges and gifts will increase by the same growth rate as the community (at least 3%
          average).
                            1993-94:              ($37,951.)            2002-03: 42%             ($110,405.)
                            1994-95:              ($28,489.)            2003-04: -3%             ($107,000.)
                            1995-96:              ($46,402.)            2004-05: **              ($102,113.)
                            1996-97:              ($91,249.)            **State matching money not allocated for 2004-05; therefore, the
                            1997-98: -30%         ($63,520.)                amount entered represents a 21% increase from last year. (The
                            1998-99: 2%           ($65,042.)                2003-04 amount without state allocation totaled $82,464.)
                            1999-00: 141%         ($155,506.)           2005-06: +6%             ($108,290.)
                            2000-01: -46%         ($83,489.)
                            2001-02: -7%          ($77,628.)

  8       Grant funding of special projects will reach a goal of at least $50,000 annually.                                                        (Office of Coordinator of Research & Special Projects)

               Received the following during 2005-06:
                     $348,251 – Title III, year 5 continuation grant for instructional equipment and professional development;
                     $322,739 – Student Support Services, 1st year of four-year grant;
                     $42,667 – Two (2) Carl Perkins Tech Prep Grants with Beaufort County and Hyde County Schools;
                     $215,000 – Golden LEAF Foundation, non-ferrous fabrication/welding lab w/related equipment;
                     $1,880 – NCCCS Disadvantaged Nursing Students grant for NCLEX software;
                     $62,609 – Kate B. Reynolds, 1st year of $140,225 three-year grant to support nursing program expansion
                     $62,609 – Duke Endowment, 1st year of $140,225 three-year grant to support nursing program expansion;
                     $50,000 – Beaufort County Hospital, nursing program expansion; and
                     $42,388 – University Health Systems, 1st year of $148,960 three-year grant to support nursing program expansion.


                                                                   3. Align College programs with economic development initiatives.
                                                                           North Carolina Community College System Goal #1.


1,2,5-7   85% or more of the service area employers responding to an employer satisfaction survey will indicate satisfaction (Very Satisfied and                   (BCCC Business and Industry Survey)
          Satisfied) with the BCCC completers/graduates they employ.                                                                                             (NCCCS Performance Standards Report)

                  BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SURVEY
                          Fall, 1994: 96% (65/352 = 18% return rate.)
                          Fall, 2004: 100% (19/64 = 30% return rate.)




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          EMPLOYER SATISFACTION SURVEY
                        Spring, 1995:   92% (26/49 = 53% return rate.)
                        Spring, 1996:   92% (48/55 = 87% return rate.)
                        Summer, 1997:   96% (46/53 = 87% return rate.)
                        Summer, 1998:  100% (58/73 = 79% return rate.)
                        Summer, 1999:   94% (37/49 = 76% return rate.)
                        Summer, 2000: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; NCCCS reported all cc’s met standard.)
                        Summer, 2001: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 92%.)
                        Summer, 2002: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                        Summer, 2003: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 96%.)
                        Summer, 2004: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                        Summer, 2005: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)
                        Summer, 2006: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%)

1,2,5-8    85% or more of the service area employers responding to an employer satisfaction survey will check "Yes" when asked if BCCC                (BCCC Business and Industry Survey)
           curriculum programs are teaching up-to-date entry-level skills.                                                                          (NCCCS Performance Standards Report)

                   BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SURVEY
                           Fall, 1994: 93% (65/352 = 18% return rate.)
                           Fall, 2004: 93% (19/64 = 30% return rate.)

                   EMPLOYER SATISFACTION SURVEY
                          Summer, 1997:   96% (46/53 = 87% return rate.)
                          Summer, 1998:   94% (58/73 = 79% return rate.)
                          Summer, 1999:   97% (37/49 = 76% return rate.)
                          Summer, 2000: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; NCCCS reported all cc’s met standard.)
                          Summer, 2001: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 92%.)
                          Summer, 2002: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                          Summer, 2003: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 96%.)
                          Summer, 2004: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                          Summer, 2005: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)
                          Summer, 2006: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)

 1,2       85% or more of the residents of BCCC service area responding will rate the quality of BCCC programs as favorably (Excellent and Good).         (Community Satisfaction Survey)

                   COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY
                         Fall, 1992-93: 651/765 = 85%                       Fall, 2001-02: 533/589 = 90%
                         Winter, 1995-96: 599/687 = 87%                     Spring, 2004-05: 868/938 = 93%
                         Fall, 1998-99: 814/910 = 89%                       Spring, 2007-08:

  10       BCCC Small Business Center (SBC) will offer at least four activities in partnership with four different service area businesses and            (Office of Continuing Education)
           industries.

                    BCCC Continuing Education Division provided training and services for five local businesses (P & G
                    Manufacturing, Weir Valve, Brooks Boatworks, Impressions, and Prettl Appliances) this year. The Small Business
                    Center (SBC) offered 34 entrepreneurial and targeted workshops and partnered with the local SCORE (Service
                    Corps of Retired Executives) Chapter in delivering the core curriculum portion of the workshops. SBC counseling
                    efforts saw approximately 70 clients. Of these clients 11 started or assumed ownership of existing businesses.
                    WorkKeys assessments and KeyTrain remediation classes were offered several times for Teacher Assistants of
                    Beaufort County Schools.




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                                                    4. Inspire, motivate, and reward faculty and staff within current budgetary restraints.
                                                                          North Carolina Community College System #4.

1,2,7   In-service training will be developed and delivered to all new faculty.                                                                      (Office of Instructional Affairs)
                Training for all new faculty is handled by each division. (Refer to Unit and Subunit plans.)

 10     BCCC will continue to study identified issues of concern during the 2005-2006 academic year (e.g. personnel recruiting, retention, and              (Office of the President)
        CIS implementation).
                Issues of concern are addressed by BCCC “standing” committees or special short term “ad hoc” groups.



                                                         5. Manage resources available to maximize services and return-on-investment.
                                                                    North Carolina Community College System Goal/s #1-4.


 10     BCCC will strive to have a clean audit.                                                                                                   (Office of Administrative Services)
                            2000-01:   No Audit Exceptions.
                            2001-02:   No Audit Exceptions.
                            2002-03:   No Audit Exceptions.
                            2003-04:   No Audit Exceptions.
                            2004-05:   No Audit Exceptions.
                            2005-06:   No Audit Exceptions.



                                                                       6. Better target marketing efforts to stakeholder groups.
                                                                           North Carolina Community College System Goal #2


 10     The office of PR/Communications will coordinate at least three presentations annually to the community.                                       (Office of PR/Communication)

            PR Director made presentations to the Evening Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, and local access TV channel.

 10     80% or more of BCCC current students and graduates will agree that recruiting efforts/activities and published materials accurately and       (Office of PR/Communication)
        honestly represent the College*.

        CURRENT STUDENT EVALUATION OF STUDENT SERVICES (Advertising and Recruiting)
                       * % indicating agreement
             Spring, 1996          97%
             Spring, 1997          92%
             Spring, 1998          64%
             Spring, 1999          88%
             Spring, 2000          93%
             Spring, 2001        --question not asked, 90% satisfaction rating w/services
             Spring, 2002        --question not asked, 95% satisfaction rating w/services
             Spring, 2003          91%
             Spring, 2004        --question not asked, 96% satisfaction rating w/services
             Spring, 2005          93%
             Spring, 2006        --question not asked, 93% satisfaction rating w/advertising services -
                                                       92% satisfaction rating w/recruiting services




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  10      80% or more of the BCCC service area community (e.g. businesses and industries) responding to a survey will report that publicity about   (Community Satisfaction Survey)
          BCCC services and educational opportunities is satisfactory.

                  BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SURVEY
                         Fall, 1994: 90% of those responding report satisfaction.

                  COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY (Number and percent indicating that "BCCC provides
                                                          enough information about programs and events.")
                        Winter,  1995-96: 584/717 = 81%
                        Fall,    1998-99: 873/984 = 89%
                        Fall,    2001-02: 645/700 = 92%
                        Spring,  2004-05: 1000/1064 = 94%
                        Spring,  2007-08:

  1       85% or more of the service area employers responding to an employer satisfaction survey will indicate satisfaction with the BCCC          (Community Satisfaction Survey)
          completers /graduates they employ.

                  BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SURVEY
                           Fall, 1994:    96% (65/352 = 18% return rate.)
                           Fall, 2004:   100% (19/64 = 30% return rate.)

                  EMPLOYER SATISFACTION SURVEY
                         Spring, 1995:   92% (26/49 = 53% return rate.)
                         Spring, 1996:   92% (48/55 = 87% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1997:   96% (46/53 = 87% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1998:  100% (58/73 = 79% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1999:   94% (37/49 = 76% return rate.)
                         Summer, 2000: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; NCCCS reported all cc’s met standard.)
                         Summer, 2001: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 92%.)
                         Summer, 2002: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                         Summer, 2003: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 96%.)
                         Summer, 2004: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                         Summer, 2005: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)
                         Summer, 2006: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)

1,2,5-7   85% or more of the service area employers responding to an employer satisfaction survey will check “Yes” when asked if curriculum         (Community Satisfaction Survey)
          programs are teaching up-to-date entry-level skills.

                  BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY SURVEY
                          Fall, 1994:     93% (65/352 = 18% return rate.)
                          Fall, 2004:     93% (19/64) = 30% return rate.)

                  EMPLOYER SATISFACTION SURVEY
                         Spring, 1995:   92% (26/49 = 53% return rate.)
                         Spring, 1996:   92% (48/55 = 87% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1997:   96% (46/53 = 87% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1998:  100% (58/73 = 79% return rate.)
                         Summer, 1999:   94% (37/49 = 76% return rate.)
                         Summer, 2000: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; NCCCS reported all cc’s met standard.)
                         Summer, 2001: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 92%.)
                         Summer, 2002: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                         Summer, 2003: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 96%.)
                         Summer, 2004: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 94%.)
                         Summer, 2005: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)
                         Summer, 2006: (NCCCS Standard set at 85%; BCCC, 95%.)


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  1       85% or more of the residents of the service area responding to a survey will rate the quality of BCCC programs favorably (Excellent and          (Community Satisfaction Survey)
          Good).
                 COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY
                             Fall, 1992-93: 651/765 = 85%                   Fall, 2001-02: 533/589 = 90%
                             Winter, 1995-96: 599/687 = 87%                 Spring, 2004-05: 868/938 = 93%
                             Fall, 1998-99: 814/910 = 89%                  Spring, 2007-08:




                                                                            7. Meet ever changing technology needs of the College.
                                                                               North Carolina Community College System Goal #4.


1,2,5-8   BCCC Information Technology needs will be identified annually using a faculty/staff survey.                                               (F/S Inf Technology Needs Assessment)

                  Spring 2004 Information Technology Needs Assessment administered to BCCC faculty and staff.
                  Results were incorporated into the 2004-2009 BCCC Long-Range Planning and Assessment.


1,2,5-8   Identified information technology needs indicated on the Information Technology Needs Assessment will be addressed.                       (F/S Inf Technology Needs Assessment)

                                                    Refer to comments above.

1,2,5-8   At least 80% of BCCC distance learning students responding to a survey will rate the College's curriculum courses as effective.
                                                                                                                                                     (F/S Inf Technology Needs Assessment)
                  INSTRUCTOR AND COURSE EVALUATION BY STUDENT                                                                                       (Inst and Course Evaluation by Students)
                         Fall, 1998: 90% average - comparable ratings.
                         Fall, 1999: 90% average - comparable ratings.

                                         All on campus      NCIH         Online      Telecourse
                              Fall, 2000:      91%           91%          100%
                              Fall, 2001:      92%                         85%
                              Fall, 2002:      92%             94%         93%           90%
                              Fall, 2003:      94%             94%         94%
                              Fall, 2004:      94%             92%         84%          80%
                              Fall, 2005:      94.5%           93%         94%         100%

 1,3      85% or more of the BCCC faculty and staff responding to a survey will report that the campus web site (Intranet) meets their needs
          (Strongly Agree and Agree).                                                                                                                   (Faculty/Staff Eval of Coll Services)

                  FACULTY/STAFF EVALUATION OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                         Spring, 2001: 99%
                         Spring, 2003: 97%
                         Spring, 2005: 95%
                         Spring, 2006: not administered in 2005-06

 1,3      85% or more of the BCCC faculty and staff responding to a survey will report that access to the campus network is available when they
          need it (Strongly Agree and Agree).                                                                                                           (Faculty/Staff Eval of Coll Services)

                  FACULTY/STAFF EVALUATION OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                         Spring, 2001: 84%
                         Spring, 2003: 95.5%
                         Spring, 2005: 95%
                         Spring, 2006: not administered in 2005-06


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1,3   85% or more of the BCCC faculty and staff responding to a survey will report that access to the administrative system (SUN) is available   (Faculty/Staff Eval of Coll Services)
      when they need it (Strongly Agree and Agree).

              FACULTY/STAFF EVALUATION OF COLLEGE SERVICES
                     Spring, 2001: 95%
                     Spring, 2003: 95%
                     Spring, 2005: 98%
                     Spring, 2006: not administered in 2005-06




                                                                 8. Strive to exceed state goals and accountability standards.
                                                                      North Carolina Community College System Goal #3


10    100% of BCCC programs will meet the North Carolina Community College System curriculum standards.                                              (Office of Instructional Affairs)

              1993-94:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2000-01:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1994-95:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2001-02:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1995-96:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2002-03:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1996-97:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2003-04:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1997-98:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2004-05:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1998-89:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.          2005-06:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.
              1999-00:   No FTE Audit Exceptions.

10    All academic programs and support services will be evaluated in accordance with NCCCS and legislative mandates.                                        (Office of the President)

             Program review and evaluation is accomplished within the Long Range Planning and Assessment process. Goals for
             each program and support service area are developed and become part of the unit /subunit planning sections.
             Expected outcomes are identified to measure goal accomplishment, and evaluation instruments are designed to provide
             data to annually check progress toward meeting unit/subunit goals and expected outcomes. Goals and expected
             outcomes not met are addressed in the Long Range Planning and Assessment document "plan of action" section
             and/or added to the following year's planning activities. Mid-year and End-of-Year "checks" report progress toward
             meeting goals and expected outcomes.


             Legislation passed in General Assembly requiring all community colleges to evaluate/assess their programs and
             services at least once during a five-year cycle (Administrative Code 23 NCAC 2E.0205). BCCC assesses program and
             service area goals annually.


10    100% of SACS requirements will be in compliance for program offerings, faculty credentials, and staff development.                                     (Office of the President)

              SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS (SACS)
                    1973:   Full Accreditation
                    1978:   Reaffirmation
                    1988:   Reaffirmation
                    1998:   Reaffirmation
                    1999:   Follow-Up Report submitted and accepted




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        PERFORMANCE-BASED ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURES AND STANDARDS


 10     BCCC will rank at or above state critical success factor averages and will meet or exceed state standards.                   (Office of the President)


               Community Colleges are now evaluated with a set of twelve measurable standards initially developed and set by two
               NCCCS committees; six of the twelve standards are required by the NC Legislature and linked to budget. Data for the
               standards is gathered annually and submitted to the North Carolina Community College System Planning and
               Research division. Annual reports are sent to the colleges during the summer term.


                                                  Sp,01       Sp.02      Sp.03       Sp.04      Sp.05        Sp.06
               --# of required standards
               met or showing significant           4/6         4/6        5/6*       5/6*       5/6*         5/6
               improvement.


               --Total standards (12) met
               or showing significant              9/12       9/12       11/12       11/12      11/12        11/10
               improvement.
                                                                                        *Superior Performance

        LICENSURE

        The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the NCLEX exam will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard.
1,5-7
                                                                                                                                            (NCLEX Report)
                NCLEX – ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING EXAM /NCCCS AVERAGE
                        1993-94: 100% /95%    2002:   96% /90%
                        1994-95: 100% /94%    2003:   93% /94%
                        1995:    100% /93%    2004:   82% /86%
                        1996:    100% /91%    2005:   85% /89%
                        1997:    100% /92%
                        1998:     95% /87%
                        1999:    100% /88%
                        2000:     90% /87%
                        2001:     86% /87%

        The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the NCLEX PN exam will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard.                      (PN Exam Report)
1,5-7
                NCLEX - PRACTICAL NURSING EXAM /NCCCS AVERAGE
                        1993-94: 100% /97%                 2002:                       90% /94%
                        1994-95:  94% /97% (1 retest:100%) 2003:                      100% /96%
                        1995:     94% /96%                 2004:                      100% /96%
                        1996:     79% /96% (2 retest: 93%) 2005:                       92% /94%
                        1997:     93% /95%
                        1998:    100% /93%
                        1999:     88% /95%
                        2000:     88% /92%
                        2001:    100% /92%




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1,5-7   The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the State Board of Cosmetic Arts exams will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard.   (Cosmetology Licensure Report)

                COSMETOLOGY STATE BOARD EXAM /NCCCS AVERAGE
                      1993-94: 100% /96%          2003-04: report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality
                      1994-95: 100% /92%          2004-05: new certification exam – scores not published this year
                      1995-96: 100% /92%
                      1996-97: 80% /80%
                      1997-98: 85% /75% (Apprentice 100%, Manicurist 100%)
                      1998-99: 13% /64% (Apprentice 100%, Manicurist 100%)
                      1999-00: 60% /71% (Apprentice 100%)
                      2000-01: 57% /77% (Apprentice 75%, Manicurist 100%)
                      2001-02: 72% /78% (Apprentice 100%)
                      2002-03: report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality

1,5-7   The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the Real Estate exam will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard.                      (Real Estate Licensure Report)

                REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXAM /NCCCS AVERAGE
                       1993-94: 75% /68%            2003-04: report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality
                       1994-95: 93% /66%            2004-05: report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality
                       1995-96: 50% /61%
                       1996-97: 50% /61%
                       1997-98: 100% /62%
                       1998-99: 100% /61%
                       1999-00: no test takers
                       2000-01: no test takers
                       2001-02: no test takers
                       2002-03: report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality

1,5-7   The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the BLET certification exam will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard.                   (BLET Certification Report)

                BLET CERTIFICATION /NCCCS AVERAGE
                       1993-94: 87% /98%      2000-01: 38% /81%
                       1994-95: 94% /98%      2001-02: 57% /90%
                       1995-96: 93% /98%      2002-03: 83% /90%
                       1996-97: 98% /98%      2003-04: 82% /94%
                       1997-98: 89% /95%      2004-05: 100% /93%
                       1998-99: 89% /92%
                       1999-00: 100% /95%
                                                                                                                                                       (EMT Exam Report)
1,5-7   The percentage of first-time test takers that pass the EMT, EMT-D, and EMT-I certification exam will meet or exceed the NCCCS
        standard.

                                                        EMT CERTIFICATION /NCCCS AVERAGE

                                1994-95           1996             1997                1998                1999                  2000
           EMT:                 53% /65%          56% /60%         52% /63%            45% /62%            48% /71%              76%/77%
           EMT-D:               100% /83%                          100% /88%           48% /83%            53% /85%              95%/94%
           EMT-I:                                                  64% /77%            83% /77%            64% /79%              36%/74%

                                2001              2002             2003                2004                2005
           EMT:                 76% /80%          84%/83%          61% /83%            81% /83%            68% /84%
           EMT-D:               77% /94%          100%/95%
           EMT-I:                                 64%/69%          53% /70%            *                   69% /74%
                                                                        *report not published - # too small to assure confidentiality

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  10      The aggregate percentage score of licensure and certificate exams will meet or exceed the NCCCS standard (standard = 80%).                (Office of the President)
                                                                                                                                       (NCCCS Performance Standards Report)
                             BCCC AGGREGATE          SCORE /NCCCS AVERAGE
                                    2000-01:         84% /83%
                                    2001-02:         72% /86%
                                    2002-03:         97% /86%
                                    2003-04:         76% /86%
                                    2004-05:         85% /85%
                                    2005-06:         81% /85%
          TRANSFER STUDENT PERFORMANCE

1,5-7     BCCC transfers will meet or exceed system average and state standard for performance.                                                           (UNC-GA Report)
                           Academic standing of all BCCC students who transfer.
                                       # Transfers% - "in good standing”/System Avg
                            1996-97        40              75.0% /65.0%
                            1997-98        44              56.8% /64.7%
                            1998-99        35              74.3% /65.3%
                            1999-00        30              63.3% /67.1%
                            2000-01        31              77.4% /66.9%
                            2001-02        31              69.7% /64.8%
                            2002-03        41              64.8% /69.7%
                            2003-04        43              60.5% /67.7%
                            2004-05        28              64.3% /70.8%
                           All Transfers Fall and End of Year GPA.
                                       #Transfers FALL/System Avg END OF YEAR/System Avg
                            1996-97        40              2.69 /2.52          2.74 /2.59
                            1997-98        44              2.36 /2.52          2.72 /2.58
                            1998-99        35              2.77 /2.56          2.72 /2.62
                            1999-00        30              2.37 /2.63          2.53 /2.67
                            2000-01        31              2.82 /2.55          2.94 /2.62
                            2001-02        33              2.67 /2.61          2.69 /2.65
                            2002-03        41              2.49 /2.65          2.68 /2.70
                            2003-04        43              2.43 /2.65          2.46 /2.72
                            2004-05        28              2.60 /2.69          2.60 /2.72
          LITERACY

1,4,7-9   BCCC will meet or exceed LEIS state accountability goals.                                                                                           (LEIS Report)

          2005-06 LEIS Report                                                                 BCCC/ State Goal
                   1. Progress of literacy students toward attainment of goals.
                             Percent of students with goals:                                      100.00% /100%
                             Percent of students with growth:                                      63.59% /60%
                   2. Learners advance in the instructional program or complete
                      program educational requirements that allow them to continue
                      their education.
                             Percent of students showing progress:                                77.28% /55%
                             Percent of students moving to higher level:                          81.05% /60%
                             Percent of students completing GED and AHS:                          36.36% /25%
                             Percent of students referred to or enter educ tng
                                        or human svs agency each year:                                      40.49% /15%
                   3. Students remain in the program long enough to
                      meet their educational goals. % of students retained:                       77.28% /75%



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          STUDENTS

1,5-7     95% or more of the BCCC graduates will report that BCCC met their intended objective.                                                              (Graduate Follow-up Survey)
                                                                                                                                                              (Graduating Student Survey)
                  GRADUATE FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                        1993 Graduates: 97%                   2001 Graduates:      97%
                        1994 Graduates: 97%                   2002 Graduates:      98%
                        1995 Graduates: 99%                   2003 Graduates:      98%
                        1996 Graduates: 97%                   2004 Graduates:      96%
                        1997 Graduates: 98.5                  2005 Graduates:      99%
                        1998 Graduates: 100%
                        1999 Graduates: 100%
                        2000 Graduates: 100%

                  GRADUATING STUDENT SURVEY
                        2000 Graduates, Spring-2000: 100%                2005 Graduates, Spring 2005: 99.5%
                        2001 Graduates, Spring 2001: 100%                2006 Graduates, Spring 2006: 99%
                        2002 Graduates, Spring 2002: 99%
                        2003 Graduates, Spring 2003: 100%
                        2004 Graduates, Spring 2004: 98%

1,3,4,7   85% or more of the graduates responding to a survey will report satisfaction with their program of study when enrolled at BCCC.                (Graduate Follow-up Survey)
                                                                                                                                                 (NCCCS Performance Standards Report)
                  GRADUATE FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                        1994 Graduates: 84%                   2002 Graduates:     99%
                        1995 Graduates: 91%                   2003 Graduates:     97%
                        1996 Graduates: 85%                   2004 Graduates:     98%
                        1997 Graduates: 100%                  2005 Graduates:    100%
                        1998 Graduates: 95%
                        1999 Graduates: 99%
                        2000 Graduates: 99%
                        2001 Graduates: 96%

1,3,4,7   85% or more of the BCCC graduates responding to a survey will recommend their completed programs to others.                                        (Graduate Follow-up Survey)

                  GRADUATE FOLLOW-UP SURVEY
                        1993 Graduates: 94%                   2002 Graduates:     93%
                        1994 Graduates: 88%                   2003 Graduates:     98%
                        1995 Graduates: 97%                   2004 Graduates:     97%
                        1996 Graduates: 95%                   2005 Graduates:     94%
                        1997 Graduates: 97%
                        1998 Graduates: 87%
                        1999 Graduates: 100%
                        2000 Graduates: 98%
                        2001 Graduates: 95%

1,2,7     There will be no statistically significant difference in the performance of developmental students as compared to non-developmental   (Office of Planning and Inst Effectiveness)
          students in English 111, the first level mathematics course, and designated humanities or social science courses.

                                                   1999-00    2000-01    2001-02    2002-03    2003-04     2004-05
          DEV ED PGM STUDENTS                        82%       97%        94%        86%        91%         93%
          NON DEV ED PGM STUDENTS                    77%       89%        91%        89%        88%         87%




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1,2,7   The passing rate for developmental education courses will meet or exceed the state accountability standard.          (Office of Planning and Inst Effectiveness)

                                         1999-00               2000-01               2001-02                 2002-03
                                       BCCC /Sys. Avg.       BCCC /Sys. Avg.       BCCC /Sys. Avg.         BCCC /Sys. Avg.
                READING                 42% /80%              62% /83%              67% /85%                67% /80%
                MATH                    39% /74%              71% /78%              87% /80%                79% /79%
                ENGLISH                 66% /82%              70% /83%              83% /86%                82% /83%
                TOTAL                   47% /78%              69% /80%              81% /82%                76% /80%

                                         2003-04               2004-05
                                       BCCC /Sys. Avg.       BCCC /Sys. Avg.
                READING                 70% /85%              92% /85%
                MATH                    76% /78%              82% /77%
                ENGLISH                 78% /85%              96% /86%
                TOTAL                   75% /81%              88% /81%




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END-OF-THE-YEAR REPORT
     “Accomplishments”
         2005-2010
                                                                      BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                           2005-2010 Long-Range Planning and Assessment Units and Subunits
                                                                                 (Planning units are “circled” - subunits are not.)



                                                                                                      PRESIDENT



  Instructional Affairs                           ADMINISTRATIVE                       CONTINUING                     INSTITUTIONAL              PUBLIC RELATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                 STUDENT SERVICES
    CURRICULUM                                      SERVICES                           EDUCATION                     EFFECTIVENESS               /COMMUNICATIONS


                                             Business Office,                   Basic Skills,                   Planning, Evaluation,          Public Relations, Professional   Admissions,
                                             Bookstore,                         Business and Industry,            Research (data/information    Development, and BCCC           Career Development Center,
     Allied Health                           Campus Police,                     Community Services,               resources), and Grants        Foundation                      Counseling,
                                             Network Adm Services,              HRD-Human Resource Development,                                                                 Financial Aid,
Assoc Degree Nursing,
                                             Personnel,                         and Occupational Training                                                                       and Registrar/Records.
Early Childhood Assoc,
                                             Plant Maintenance and Operation,
Human Services,
                                             Print Shop/Mail and Supply Room,
Medical Lab Technology,
                                             Purchasing,
and Practical Nursing
                                             Shipping and Receiving,
                                             and Systems Adm Services

   Arts and Sciences

AA and AS, Developmental
Education, and General Education



       Business

Accounting, Business Adminis, BLET,
CJC, Information Systems, Computer
Programming, Internet Technologies, Office
Systems, Medical Office Administration,
and Cosmetology




 Industrial Technology

 Automotive Systems, Electrical Engineering,
 Electronics Engineering, HEATT/Construction
 Equipment Systems, Mechanical Engineering
 (ME), ME/Drafting and Design, and Welding



  Learning Resources
     Center (LRC)
 Library Services, Media/Graphics, and A/V
 Electronic Distance Learning
                                                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                             2005-2010 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT “End-of-Year” Report
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                       BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-8


Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                                  **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                       EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                       METHOD OF                ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                      OUTCOMES for                                                      COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                  ASSESSMENT &/OR            OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                     UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                      DOCUMENTATION               RESULT


1. Provide supervision, management,
   and support for the total College.
                                                                                                                     1.A. All external   1.A. Faculty/Staff and   1.A. Overall         1.A. Note:
1.A. Meet the goals of and update the                                                                                and internal        Current Student          Current Student            BCCC Faculty/Staff
     campus master plan and facilities                                                                               surveys will rate   Evaluation of            Evaluations          Evaluation of College Services not
     maintenance plan.                                                                                               BCCC facilities     College Programs and     results rated        administered this Spring. College
                                                                                                                     favorably.          Services, Spring, 2006   BCCC facilities      administered the P.A.C.E. Climate
      Complete construction for               05-06                      $2.5 million.        Ninety-five                                                         favorably.*          Assessment Fall, 2005. Refer to Unit
      Bldg. #11, Public Service, to                                                        percent complete.                                                      (Commendations       Plans for use of P.A.C.E. results.
      include Cos, ECA with a teaching                                                     Bldg. #11 classes                                                      and concerns
      lab for childcare, Teaching Asst.                                                     began Spring                                                          made evident
      and SSA/HST programs.                                                                    semester.                                                          forwarded to
                                                                                                                                                                  appropriate
      Facilitate construction, renova-        05-06           1            Approx.             On-going.                                                          department
      tions, replacements, and all other                                 $7.2 million.      (Reroofing Of                                                         and/or division.)
      projects planned for with State                                                      Bldg. 1 & 3 will
      Bond Funds.                                                                            complete this                                BCCC Community           BCCC                 93% of respondents rated quality
                                                                                               activity.)                                Satisfaction Survey,     Community            of educational pgms as “excellent”
                                                                                                                                         Summer, 2005             Satisfaction         or “good”. 90% rated facilities as
      Direct efforts for land acquisition     05-06                       $300,000.            On-going.                                                          Survey completed     “ex” or “good”. 89% rated
      for future growth of campus.                                                             Pursuing                                                           Summer, 2005.        College’s effectiveness in preparing
                                                                                             purchase of                                                                               students for the workforce as “ex”
                                                                                            acreage east of                                                                            or “good”. 94% satisfied w/
                                                                                              campus to                                                                                information provided about BCCC
                                                                                           facilitate a truck                                                                          pgms & events.
                                                                                            driver training                                                                             Analysis of comments &
                                                                                                facility.                                                                              suggestions in progress.



COMMENTS/NOTES:                   *Current Student Survey- ninety-two percent (92%) responding report satisfaction with buildings and classrooms; ninety-four percent (94%) with maintenance and housekeeping.
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                                                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                             2005-2010 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT “End-of-Year” Report

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #:                 1-10           BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-8

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).

     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                               **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                    EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                          TARGET      PRIORITY
                                                                                                                   OUTCOMES for                                                         COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                                DATE                                                               UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.B. Maintain an atmosphere conducive                                                                             1.B. All external    1.B. Faculty/Staff and     1.B. Overall         1.B. Note:
     to the delivery and accessibility of                                                                         and internal         Current Student            results of Current          BCCC Faculty/Staff
     high quality BCCC programs and                                                                               surveys will rate    Evaluation of College      Student              Evaluation of College Services not
     services.                                                                                                    BCCC programs        Programs and               Evaluation rated     administered this Spring. College
                                                                                                                  and services         Services, Spring, 2006     campus               administered the P.A.C.E. Climate
      Support planning and evaluation            05-06        1                              Evaluation in        favorably.                                      environment          Assessment Fall, 2005. Refer to Unit
as    required by NCCCS and SACS.                                                             progress as                                                         favorably.*          Plans for use of P.A.C.E. results.
                                                                                              scheduled.

      Support distance learning                  05-06        2                               On-going.                                     Instructor and          Outcome met.
      initiatives (Virtual Learning                                                                                                    Course Evaluation by       An average of
      Community) for the BCCC                                                                                                          Students Fall, 2005        95% or more
      service area.                                                                                                                                               responding rated
                                                                                                                                                                  instructors and
      Monitor BCCC status of the                 05-06        2                               In progress.                                                        courses
      NCCCS Performance Measures                                                                                                                                  favorably.
      and Standards. (Address measures
      and standards not met.)                                                                                                                                                           93% of respondents rated quality
                                                                                                                                                                                       of educational pgms as “excellent”
      Study and analyze the community            05-06        1                               Community                                 BCCC Community             BCCC                or “good”. 90% rated facilities as
      educational needs and interests                                                         Satisfaction                             Satisfaction Survey,       Community            “ex” or “good”. 89% rated
      periodically.                                                                        Survey completed                            Summer, 2005               Satisfaction         College’s effectiveness in preparing
                                                                                             Spring, 2005.                                                        Survey completed     students for the workforce as “ex”
                                                                                             Will survey                                                          Summer, 2005.        or “good”. 94% satisfied w/
                                                                                           community again                                                                             information provided about BCCC
                                                                                              in 2007-08.                                                                              pgms & events.
COMMENTS/NOTES:                  *Current Student Satisfaction rating averages:
                                       Adm Svcs.            92%
                                       St Svs               91%
                                       Inst. Svcs.          94%

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                                                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                             2005-2010 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT “End-of-Year” Report
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-8

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                       OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                             **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                  EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                      TARGET        PRIORITY
                                                                                                                 OUTCOMES for                                                           COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                            DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.B. (Con’t.)
        -Encourage the development of        05-06            1                               On-going.                                                                                 Title III has allowed BCCC to
         new programs based on needs                                                        Investigating                                                                              purchase needed state-of-the-art
         and interests of community.                                                      CDL, Agriculture                                                                             equipment and to provide related
                                                                                           Biotechnology,                                                                              training in all four academic
                                                                                          and Therapeutic                                                                              divisions.
                                                                                              Massage
                                                                                              Therapy.

        -Encourage the use of                05-06            3                           Title III, RIAA, &
         appropriate new technologies                                                     Golden Leaf have
         to improve instruction and                                                       continued to allow
         administrative processes.                                                         BCCC to provide
                                                                                          training, purchase
        -Identified needs in Title III.                                                    additional equip,
                                                                                          & implement new
        -Needs for CIS conversion.                                                            programs.

      Monitor all aspects of the campus-     05-06            1                               On-going.
      wide technology plan.

1.C. Enhance the management of human                                                                                                                              1.C. Title III has
                                                                                          Results distributed
     resources.                                                                                                                                                   allowed PD off-
                                                                                           to all department
                                                                                                                                                                  campus. Several
      Conduct and utilize results in         05-06                                             heads for
                                                                                                                                                                  workshops have
      planning an internal campus                                                              planning.
                                                                                                                                                                  been conducted
      “climate” assessment. (P.A.C.E)                                                         Completed.
                                                                                                                                                                  2005-06 for
                                                                           $15,000.             Refer to                                                          faculty and staff.
      Encourage faculty and staff            05-10            1           (if budget         PR/Communi-
      professional development.                                             allows)        cations Unit Plan.

COMMENTS/NOTES:
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                                                                          BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                             2005-2010 LONG-RANGE PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT “End-of-Year” Report
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

BCCC MISSION/GOALS #: 1-10                      BCCC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE #: 1-8

Unit Purpose: The purpose of the office of the President of the College is to provide direction and leadership utilizing all available resources (e.g. local, state, federal, and private funds) to assure that BCCC
              meets the educational needs of its service-area community as set forth in the Mission and Goals for the College and to assure that the College meets the requirements, regulations, and criteria as
              set forth by external agencies (e.g. NCCCS, SACS).
     Unit Goals**: 1. Provide supervision, management, and support for the total College program.
                   2. Working with the Board of Trustees, assess the needs of the service area community and design policies, programs, and services to meet those needs.
                   3. Represent the interest of the College off campus (e.g. interact with local governments in the service area, NCCCS, and other state and federal agencies).


                      OPERATIONAL PLANNING (SHORT- AND LONG-RANGE)                                                              **GOALS ASSESSMENT PLAN



                                                                                                                   EXPECTED
                                                                        RESOURCES           *MID-YEAR                                     METHOD OF                  ACTUAL
UNIT TASKS/ACTIVITIES                       TARGET       PRIORITY
                                                                                                                  OUTCOMES for                                                          COMMENTS/PLAN OF ACTION
                                                                         NEEDED           (END OF YEAR)                                ASSESSMENT &/OR              OUTCOME
                                             DATE                                                                 UNIT GOALS**
                                                                            $                STATUS                                    DOCUMENTATION                 RESULT


1.C. (Con’t.)
      Conduct an employee appreciation       05-06            1             $2,000.       Set for May, 2006.
      event.                                                                               Completed May
                                                                                               11, 2006.
      Increase faculty and staff salary      05-06            1          Dependent on        Dependent on
      levels toward state averages per                                   State Budget.       State Budget.
      position considering experience                                                      Faculty and Staff
      and degree levels.                                                                   received a 2.5%
                                                                                             raise during
                                                                                               2005-06.
      Continue to encourage and              05-10            1                               On-going.           BCCC Diversity         Documentation on          Completed.
      support a campus climate that                                                                              Plan will be          file
      recognizes and values the                                                                                  updated annually.
      diversity of students, faculty, and
      staff.

2. Working with the Board of
   Trustees, assess the needs of the
   service area community and design
   policies, programs, and services to
   meet those needs.
2.A. Promote community interest and          05-10                                            On-going.          2.A. All external     2.A. Faculty/Staff and     2.A. Refer to 1A
     awareness in BCCC services and                                                                              and internal          Current Student            and 1B.
     opportunities.                                                                                              surveys will rate     Evaluation of College
                                                                                                                 BCCC programs         Programs and
      Conduct orientations and campus        05-06            1             $500.            On-campus