STATE OF THE COLLEGE 2002-03 Presented to the

STATE OF THE COLLEGE 2002-03 Presented to the

STATE OF THE COLLEGE 2002-03 Presented to the Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees, Interim Chancellor Lois Callahan and the College Community May 19, 2003 Agenda Annual Report Highlights Financial Aid Trends Faculty Teaching Demonstrations Goals for 2003-04

Annual Report Highlights Dr. Martha J. Kanter President Master Plan Goals Achieve levels of excellence in a climate of learning for a diverse student body. Provide effective pathways to learning for every student. Improve student learning, student life, and the management of resources through the appropriate application of technology. Increase access through planned growth and fiscal

soundness. 2002-03 College Priorities Sustain growth and retention Increase student success/equity Implement Measure E Increase revenue generation Preserve educational excellence while implementing strategic budget reductions Fall Headcount 1997 to 2002 26,000

25,000 24,000 23,000 22,000 21,000 20,000 1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 WSCH and Productivity Trends Fiscal Years 1997-98 to 2002-03 350,000 580 570 WSCH WSCH

550 250,000 540 530 200,000 520 510 150,000

500 490 100,000 480 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 WSCH

2000-01 Productivity 2001-02 2002-03 Estimate Productivity 560 Productivity

300,000 Partnership for Excellence PFE Area UC Transfer Base 97-98 Actual 98-99 Actual

99-00 Actual 00-01 Actual 01-02 Goal 05-06 394 396

436 461 468 524 CSU Transfer 1,122 1,167

1,171 1,142 1,295 1,492 Degrees 1,456 1,351

1,274 1,200 1,310 1,932 553 603 485

516 697 751 Course Success 76% 76% 74%

74% 76% 80% Course Retention 86% 87% 87%

87% 87% 90% Certificates Full-Year Transfer Students to UC and CSU 1997-98 to 2001-02 1,400 1,200 1,000

800 600 400 200 0 1997-98 1998-99 University of California 1999-00 2000-01

2001-02 California State University Distance Learning Students Fall 1997 to Fall 2002 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Equity Goal Improve the student success rates of all ethnic,

gender and disability groups for all major indicators of student outcomes so that they will be comparably high with no more than a 5 percent variance between each group. - De Anza 2005: Pathways to Excellence Course Success Rates by Ethnicity 1997-98 to 2001-02 Asian/PI/Filipino Black 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

2001-02 Hispanic Native American White Other 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Partnership: Student Services and Instruction Financial Aid Trends

Cindy Castillo Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships Key Financial Aid Trends 2002-03 will be the largest - Numbers of Applicants - Dollars Awarded 2003-04 will see increases - Fees - Unemployment Financial Aid Applicants and Recipients 2001-02 to 2002-03

10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 2001-02 Applicants 2002-03 Recipients Financial Aid Dollars Awarded

2001-02 to 2002-03 $7 $6 Millions Millions $5 $4 $3 $2 $1 $0 Grants

Waivers 2001-02 Loans Work-Study 2002-03 (projected) Scholarships Examples of BOG Fee Waiver Recipients Student made $7,456, lives on own - Parent made $71,742

- $56,000 in investments - Family of 5 (2 in college) Student made $34,960, lives on own - Independent - Family of 1 Meeting the Demand Increased Use of Technology - Web Site Information Forms online -E-mail Notification Scholarship Awards

San Jose Mercury News Wish Book Scholarship Collected donations to help bridge the digital divide for single parents. Proceeds will purchase computers, monitors, printers and software through the De Anza College Bookstore. Recycled Computers for Students 40 plus recycled laptop or desktop computers made available to low-income students. Made possible by De Anza College, the De Anza College Commission and the Chancellors Circle Award. Indicators of Success Number of Students Served

Turnaround Time - Depends on: Number When of Students Eligible Students Apply Student Success Story Christies father worked at Akrion supporting a family of five. He was laid off in November 2001. His adjusted gross income went from $61,041 to $20,262.

Christies income dropped from $14,727 to $2,039 after being laid off late in 2001. We were able to offer her a $650 Pell Grant, a BOG fee waiver, and a $3,500 Stafford Loan. She hopes to transfer soon. State of Instruction: Focus on Student Learning Dr. Judy Miner Vice President for Instruction Dr. Carlos Mujal History Instructor

Meaning of Democracy and Freedom Learning Objective -Highlight the relationship between individual and community rights Quotes on Freedom and Democracy Discussion How did the philosophical ideas of early Americans influence the transition from confederation to constitution in the United States? Dan Salah

Business Instructor Use of the Web - Pre- and Post-Testing Learning Objective - Foundations of Motivation Theory Pre-Discussion Quiz 1. Fredrick Taylors goal was to find the best methods of increasing the job satisfaction of workers. 2. Herzbergs research shows that the best way for firms to increase worker motivation is to pay workers a decent wage or salary. 3. In todays work environment, successful managers are those who maintain a consistent motivational approach for everyone. 4. Theory X managers believe that the average person likes to work, and

has a relatively high degree of imagination and creativity. Evolution of Human Relations Concepts Scientific Management Frederick Taylor Gantt Charts Gilbreths Behavioral Management Hawthorne (Mayo) Maslow McGregor Herzberg

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Rewards Extrinsic = Outside Recognitio n Promotion s Gifts Feeling of Job Well Done

Intrinsic = Inside Prid e Sense of Achieveme nt Praise Salary Increase

Status Extrinsic Rewards/Punishment Terry Tate: Office Linebacker Ford Motors: Service Department Intrinsic Rewards Madeleine Margo Post-Discussion Quiz 1. The good feeling that results from being praised by others is an intrinsic reward and a powerful motivator. 2. Henry Ford was on the cutting edge of behavioral management.

3. Dan's daughters are named Madeleine and Margo. 4. Mayos experiments showed that Western Electrics employees could be more productive working in a dimly lit factory than a well lit factory. Lydia Hearn English Instructor Small Group Activity Learning Objective: - Impact of Internet on Communications Objective: To think critically about the way in which the Internet has affected communication while considering the

following questions: What are the advantages and disadvantages of Internet communication? What are the implications that come with these advantages and disadvantages? Can online communication be a viable substitute for real life communication? Lesson Plan: Brainstorming Speaking/listening exercise Class discussion Wrap-up/assessment of lesson plan

Successful Learning Outcomes Dr. Judy Miner Vice President for Instruction Plans for the Future Master Plan Goals Achieve levels of excellence in a climate of learning for a diverse student body. Provide effective pathways to learning for every student. Improve student learning, student life, and the management of resources through the appropriate application of technology.

Increase access through planned growth and fiscal soundness. Goals for 2003-04 Increase student retention, equity and achievement Sustain enrollment and productivity Increase revenue generation Implement strategic budget reductions Continue the successful Measure E Program STATE OF THE COLLEGE 2002-03 PowerPoint and Report available online at:

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