General Meeting Information
Date: November 12,
Time: 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Topic Welcome and Introductions Review Midterm Report DRAFT Updates on the State Equity Plan: https://www.deanza.edu/ir/planning/DAC_Equity_Plan_201819_Annual_report.pdf and budget update Review planning calendar and goals for 2020-21: http://deanza.edu/ir/planning/planning_files/Planning_QuiltWDetails.pdf
Attendees: Scott Olsen, Rob Mieso, Karen Chow, Deepa Yvaraj, Lorrie Ranck, Lloyd Holmes, Brandon Bailey, Tony Santa Ana, Sally Gore, Mallory Newell, Pam Grey, Mary Pape, Marilyn Booye, Christina Espinosa-Pieb, Yvette Campbell, Randy Bryant, Kaitlyn Pasaylon
The committee introduced themselves to the new DASB representative; Kaitlyn Pasaylon.
The committee reviewed the DRAFT midterm report shared by Newell. The committee provided additional feedback on items to include. The committee reviewed the institutional metrics and discussed how some metrics were set above rates that we expected based on declining enrollment and the pandemic, particularly around transfer, degree and certificate offerings. The committee agreed that the research office should review the metrics and reset the metrics based on our current 5-year averages. The metrics are avaialble here: http://deanza.edu/ir/state-of-the-college-related-information/InstitutionalMetrics_Fall2020.pdf . The committee also reviewed the updated CTE licensure pass rates: http://deanza.edu/ir/state-of-the-college-related-information/CTE_Licensure%20Pass%20Rates.pdf and CTE job placement rates: http://deanza.edu/ir/state-of-the-college-related-information/Placement%20Rates.pdf which are all meeting their set standards.
The committee briefly discussed the updates needed to the state equity plan which are due by January 1. Newell and Cortez will work on the updates and pass back through the commitee via email. https://www.deanza.edu/ir/planning/DAC_Equity_Plan_201819_Annual_report.pdf . Yuvaraj led the group through a review of the SEA budget. It was discussed that the budget be brought back to the committee on December 3 for further disucssion and to determine what should be funded for the 2020-21 academic year. The committee will review the SEA funding rubric that was created last spring in preparation for the 12/3 meeting.
The committee will review the planning calendar and goals for 2020-21 at the next meeting.