Project and Evaluation Plan Templates
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This template is designed for programs, operational units, and work groups to develop the detailed plan and evaluation for all planned projects.

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Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan projects are derived from the program reviews conducted across campus and from the planning process that occurs at the unit, reporting unit, functional areas, and institutional levels of the College. Planning and project development provide the basis for the administration to allocate resources, adapt to changes in the environment, and coordinate activities leading to fulfillment of the College Mission.

New reporting system available by summer 2018; access currently limited to faculty and staff who are participating in the pilot process.

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Final Reviews at the Board Retreat in September; College Council and Manager's in September.  Initially Reviewed at College Council, Manager's, and Operational Area planning meetings/retreats July - September

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This plan was initially developed in 2017 with updates pending through 2020 based on program reviews and annual data reviews.

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This plan was initially developed in 2017 with updates pending through 2020 based on program reviews and annual data reviews.

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This plan was initially developed in 2017 with updates pending through 2020 based on program reviews and annual data reviews.

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This plan was initially developed in 2017 with updates pending through 2020 based on program reviews and annual data reviews.

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This plan was initially developed in 2017 with updates pending through 2020 based on program reviews and annual data reviews.

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Reviewed by College Council and confirmed by the Board of Education.  Reviewed by the Board of Education, Manager's meeting and during summer planning retreats.

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Other projects are listed within program review documents located on the webpages - Academic Program Reviews or Operational Program Reviews.

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Includes initial planning through 2011-12 and updates as of June 2009.

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Strategic Plan Updates
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Finalized Academic Master Plan

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Draft version posted 3/1/2015

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Draft version posted through 2/28/2015

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Draft Plan

Draft written outline of the plan - planned projects identified within Success Indicator reports, program reviews and from the Mission Fulfillment report continue to occur.

(.docx, 29K)
Projects

Beginning in 2013-2014 specific projects were identified for inclusion in the planning process.  Instructional plans were inclusive of unit planning within the operational/administrative plan and not reported out separately prior to 2014-2015.  Starting with 2015-2016 the academic and operational plans are directly located beneath the strategic plan for the associated year.

Projects identified by the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services and the Dean's Team.

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Instructional programs and operational department projects updated as of February 2015.

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Instructional and operational/administrative plans were inclusive through 2013-2014.

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Plans

The disaster recovery plan for Southwestern Oregon Community College, Integrated Technology Services Department provides information that guides College management and technical staff in the recovery of computing, network, and phone facilities operated by Integrated Technology Services in the event that a disaster destroys all or part of the facilities. The Recovery plan is composed of a number of sections that document resources and procedures to be used in the event that a disaster occurs at the Integrated Technology Services facility in Randolph Hall server room or phone and network switch room. Each supported computing platform has a section containing specific recovery procedures. There are also sections that document the personnel that will be needed to perform the recovery tasks and an organizational structure for the recovery process.

Plans

This plan is a draft that has not officially been approved as of April 2015.

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Plans

The Master Plan is intended to serve as a guide and resource for the implementation of improvements and/or remodeling projects for the College’s facilities. A comprehensive study was conducted by Crow Clay & Associates, Inc. that was completed in May 2008 with the plan updated in the last several years to include current projects (projects are now mapped to core themes and objectives during the annual planning process). This Master Plan study was initiated through a series of meetings (called Focus Groups) with College constituents in each of the communities served by the College. The purpose of the Focus Groups was to ascertain community member thoughts and perceptions on existing College services and on additional services the College might provide.

IT Plans

The Intregated Technology Plan includes currently planned technology needs as well as replacement equipment for campus-wide technology use including a focus on the lab and classroom technology needs.

Integrated Technology Services Mission

To support the college mission and Strategic Plan for Integrated Technology Services by developing, coordinating, and supporting the use of technology to enhance learning opportunities

Lab and Classroom Mission

To support the college mission and Strategic Plan for Integrated Technology Services lab and classroom technology by developing, coordinating, and supporting the use of technology to enhance classroom and lab learning opportunities.

Projects

Beginning in 2013-2014 specific projects were identified for inclusion in the planning process. Starting with 2015-2016 the academic and operational plans with identified projects are directly located beneath the strategic plan for the associated year.

Unit Planning

Prior to 2013-2014 all unit planning referenced planned accomplishments or priorities or a planned activity.

Includes initial planning through 2013-2014

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Includes initial planning through 2013-2014

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