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District-Wide Planning

South Orange County Community College District engages in extensive planning efforts to meet short term and long term goals. Here are a few guiding documents.

Perkins V - Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment (CLNA)

The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V) was signed into federal law on July 31, 2018. Perkins V represents an important opportunity to expand opportunities for every student to explore, choose, and follow CTE programs of study and career pathways to earn credentials of value. The CLNA represents a district-wide overview of processes related to selecting programs of study to enhance with funding, a review of accountability data, and identification of gaps to address with Perkins V funding. The CLNA is composed of the Executive Summary, LMI Appendix A, Accountability in Appendix B, and Narrative Appendix C.

 

District-wide Strategic Planning Goals 2020-2025

The SOCCCD District-wide Plan 2020-2025 was developed in concert with Saddleback College and Irvine Valley College and reflects district-wide planning priorities. The district-wide strategic plan is managed by the District-wide Planning Council, a participatory governance group. A comprehensive environmental scan to inform the district and college strategics plan was conducted in 2019. SOCCCD Environmental Scan Report 2019

 

GOAL 1: ENSURE STUDENT EQUITY IN ACCESS AND ACHIEVEMENT

Desired Outcome: All students have been provided equal access to quality education and traditionally underrepresented students have achieved their desired educational outcomes to the same extent and at the same rate as all other students.

 

GOAL 2: TRANSFORM LIVES THROUGH LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Desired Outcome: The lives of our students are transformed by the learning opportunities they experience, the skills they acquire, and the achievements they attain.

 

GOAL 3: ENGAGE WITH THE COMMUNITY THROUGH ATHLETIC AND CULTURAL EVENTS, ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS, AND IN CREATING ECONOMIC PROSPERITY FOR ALL

Desired Outcome: Strategic partnerships enable us to serve the civic, cultural, and economic needs of our communities.

 

GOAL 4: OPTIMIZE OUR INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND STRUCTURE WITH A STUDENT-CENTERED FOCUS

Desired Outcome: Our institutional systems, facilities, and infrastructure are optimized, accessible, and sustainable to achieve our goals.

 

College Education Master Plans 2020-2030

 

Irvine Valley College Education Plan 2020-2030

Saddelabck College Education Plan 2020-2030

 

 SOCCCD Facilities Master Plan 2020-2040 - includes Irvine Valley FMP and Saddleback FMP

 

SOCCCD Facilities Master Plan 2020-2040

 

SOCCCD Sustainability & Energy Plan

 

Sustainability & Energy Plan

 

Planning and Decision Making

The SOCCCD District-wide Planning and Decision Making Manual 2015-2020 describes how decisions get made, links budget allocation to planning (see District-wide Integrated Budget Planning Resources Guide), and explains the role of district-wide committees in decision making.  The SOCCCD District-wide Function Map was developed to promote and sustain planning and effective decision making throughout the district. The map is intended to illustrate how the two colleges and the district services’ offices manage the distribution of responsibility.

Technology Master Plan 2015-2020

The SOCCCD Technology Plan 2015-2020 Master Plan provides a roadmap by which SOCCCD technology organizations, which include those at district services and the two colleges, can effectively and efficiently work together to develop, implement, support and maintain technology systems that support academic excellence and student success. The technology plan outlined in this document is designed to align with and extend SOCCCD’s vision, mission, and strategic plans and form the basis for a technology planning process from 2015-2020.

 

Emergency Operations Plan

The SOCCCD Emergency Operations Plan was developed in concurrence with the district-wide Business Continuity Planning Committee and complies with federal, state and local statutes and agreements made with the various agencies identified herein. It is both SEMS and NIMS compliant. It shall be periodically reviewed and revised by the Business Continuity Planning Committee in accordance with federal and state guidelines.