EVC 2030 Educational Master Plan
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Updating The Educational Master Plan (EMP)
Beginning in fall 2021, Evergreen Valley College kicked off its process for developing a new Educational Master Plan with the goal of approving and adopting in spring 2022. The College formed an Educational Master Plan Committee to steward the project with the following guiding principles:
Center student voice as primary source of data
Create opportunities for student, employee, and community input
Embed opportunity, equity, and social justice as foundation for Plan development
Make the plan actionable as a guide for the College's future direction
Constitute augmented President's Cabinet to create Educational Master Plan (EMP) Committee for stewarding development and campus-wide engagement
College Vice Presidents
Senate Presidents (academic, classified, student)
Institutional Effectiveness Committee Chair
Convene planning work session with consultant/outside researcher (environmental scan) to plan focus groups questions, execution, etc.
Conduct Environmental Scan
Compile EVC data
December 2021-January 2022
Conduct Student Focus Groups
Conduct commuinity engagement forums (mission, vision, values & goals sessions) with stakeholders
Review feedback and identify trends
Complete draft EMP, including mission, vision, values & goals
Receive community input on draft
Shared governance review of final EMP
Adopt final EMP
Board approval final EMP
Five Guiding Questions
Based on the guiding principles, the EMP Steering Committee crafted the following questions to be utilized as focal points for stakeholder engagement, to organize the process and input around the student experience and student success, and to help inform student-centered EMP goals and objectives.
Who are the students we serve now and who will our future students be?
What are the needs of our current students and what will students' needs be in the future?
Do our current delivery systems serve student needs? Will they serve students' future needs?
How can we best serve the educational needs of the population in our service area?
What resources (e.g., technology, facilities) and practices will best ensure equitable access and outcomes for our students.
10.21.21 Team Meeting Presentation Communications Strategies DraftEnvironmental Scan – Student Data 11.15.21