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Unit Objectives in Support of Institutional Goals

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Unit Objectives in Support of Institutional Goals

    Unit Objectives to Achieve Institutional Goals

Institutional goals will be achieved through the collective and coordinated efforts of individuals and groups

    across the campus. Use this form to identify one or more specific objectives your unit will accomplish to

    advance one or more of the institutional goals. The methods you use to accomplish your objective(s) should

    reflect the mission, vision, values and strategic directions articulated in our 2005-2010 Strategic Plan.

Planning Timeframe July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2009

    Unit (office/department/program/service/committee) Loft Writing Center

    Contact/Lead Person Daniel Tarker

    Key Collaborators (groups or individuals)

    Date submitted

    Goal(s)

    Identify which of the institutional goal(s) will be advanced by achieving your objective(s). Mark all that apply.

     #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7

    Objective(s)

    Identify one or more specific objectives to be achieved by June 30, 2009. Ideally, the objective(s) should

    o Represent a “realistic stretch; i.e., be challenging yet achievable;

    o Be expressed in terms of a tangible outcome(s); i.e., be outcomes-oriented rather than process-oriented;

    o Include a quantifiable measure of success (e.g., increase/decrease by specific number or percentage);

    o Include a baseline measure.

    The Loft will continue to promote a positive campus environment by actively encouraging more inter-

    department collaboration. By June 2009:

    ; 12 faculty members from a variety of departments will speak at a monthly tutor training

    meeting to educate tutors about their expectations and to engage in discussions about the

    tutor/instructor/student relationship.

    ; 10 NSCC staff members from a variety of departments ranging from advising to student

    services will speak to tutors at training meetings to share what services they have to offer so

    that tutors may dispense this information to students.

    ; A cohort of tutors will spend a total of 12 hours visiting classes and campus departments to

    educate themselves about specific courses, instructors and services offered on the campus.

    Key Tasks/Milestones

    List the key tasks that need to be completed/milestones to be achieved in order to accomplish the objective.

    o For some quarters you may have no entries; for others you might have more than one.

    o When completed, this section should serve as general work plan for accomplishing the objective.

    YRQ Key Task/Milestone

    Su 2007

    Fa 2007

    Wi 2008 1 faculty visit

    1 department visit

    Sp 2008 3 faculty visits

    3 department visits

    3 hours of tutor class or department visits

Su 2008

    Fa 2008 3 faculty visits

    3 department visits

    3 hours of tutor class or department visits Wi 2009 3 faculty visits

    3 department visits

    3 hours of tutor class or department visits Sp 2009 3 faculty visits

    3 department visits

    3 hours of tutor class or department visits

    Please return completed form to Jack Bautsch (jbautsch@sccd.ctc.edu. Thank you.

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