Planning & Objectives

Strategic Objectives for 2019-2020

  1. Establish an educational experience that is increasingly designed around the student and for the student’s success by fully implementing Guided Pathways.
    1. Develop multi-term schedules and registration capabilities for students.
    2. Create a common first and second term in each meta area.
    3. Create and implement an early alert system
    4. Expand Pathways work into K-12 and Universities via coordination/integration with
      State Transfer Legislation implementation.

    —Guided Pathways Steering Committee, Learning Innovations Council, Ann Buchele

  2. Establish an educational experience that is increasingly designed around the student and for the student’s success by fully implementing Guided Pathways.
    1. Continue to develop and adopt Open Educational Resources and other free or reduced
      cost instructional resources for our students
    2. Develop district-wide “Collective Impact” strategies with community service partners to
      make college more equitably “affordable” to all in the LBCC District
    3. Develop new revenue streams to reduce the need for tuition increases
    4. Establish a coordinated care service model that gives staff more information to better
      coordinate support for students and for students to receive more complete guidance

    —Workforce & Economic Vitality Council, Affordability Task Force, Ann Buchele

  3. Establish a campus of true Equity and Inclusion, focusing on
    1. Implement Student Recruitment and Support Strategies that increase diversity in our
      student enrollment and graduate numbers
    2. Develop and implement practices of “Universal Design” for the purposes of equitable
      accessibility standards for technology and instructional materials
    3. Fulfill and assess the College’s commitment to state Cultural Competency language and
      create a structure where all new hires receive training and current employees
      participate in professional development opportunities dedicated to the legislation

    —Javier Cervantes

  4. Utilize the symbology and messaging of the new LBCC brand to deepen support of the
    college, and to build a unified culture focused on inclusion.
    1. Implement branded, strategic messaging that supports a college-wide commitment to
      student retention, success and inclusion.
    2. Establish the logo, and other new graphic representation, as symbolic of the college’s
      commitment to inclusion
    3. Use the brand as a springboard for new resource development and advocacy efforts
      that invite stakeholders to participate in the college’s inclusive mission
    4. Launch a new website and other marketing efforts that promote the college’s brand,
      and create stronger resources for incoming students and community members
    5. Unify representation fo LBCC by completing the brand rollout throughout all areas of
      the college and community

    —Institutional Advancement, Jennifer Boehmer

  5. Develop and implement programs that establish and support intentional relationships
    between employees and students to foster a sense of belonging and to improve retention.
    1. Develop a strategy to connect employees and students who share similar educational,
      cultural, and life interests
    2. Establish opportunities for students who are employed by the college to develop
      meaningful relationships with their supervisor
    3. Challenge current practices and traditions that have an adverse effect on making
      students feel welcome and engaged while on campus.

    —Progression Council, Justin Smith