Cape Fear Community College

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CFCC
2010-2011 Planning Objectives and Accomplishments
by College Goals (including Other Accomplishments)

 

The 2006-2010 College Goals were approved by the CFCC Board of Trustees November 16, 2005 and are posted to the College’s website
at http://cfcc.edu/ie/documents/2006-2010CollegeGoalsapprovedNovemer162005

 

COLLEGE GOAL #1- Deliver quality programs and effective instruction that result in students achieving identified learning outcomes with an emphasis on critical thinking as outlined in CFCC’s Quality Enhancement Plan.

 

ALLIED HEALTH

 

Associate Degree Nursing

Objective:  Enhance the retention rate by 3% for the ADN class of 2011 in an effort to provide Registered Nurses to meet the needs of the community.

Objective:  Prepare ADN students for effective care of patients in the clinical area through the use of simulated clinical experiences.

 Objective:  Graduate students that are prepared for entry level practice as Registered Nurses.

Dental Assisting

Objective:  Dental Assisting graduates will be knowledgeable and competent in the key areas in the practice of dental assisting.

 Objective:  Dental Assisting students will be exposed to professional and continuing education opportunities while in the program.

Dental Hygiene

Objective:  Students will gain more experience in working through patient case studies.

Objective:  100% of the 2011 Dental Hygiene graduates will pass the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination on their first attempt.

Objective:  100% of the 2011 Dental Hygiene graduates will pass a state or regional examination on their first attempt.

Objective:  The second year dental hygiene students will gain knowledge of how to work with a dental assistant.

Objective:  Dental Hygiene students will have training in utilizing a dental assistant in Spring Semester Clinic.

Early Childhood Associate

Objective:  Determine which of our ECE assignments will the 5 key assessments used as evidence of student outcomes required for the NAEYC Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation.

Objective: Review and adjust current ECE assignments to better reflect NAEYC Standards and Supportive Skills

Objective: Develop a system for collecting examples of student assessments related to NAEYC Standard and Supportive Skills including rubrics and student outcomes.

Pharmacy Technology

Objective: Continue the planning and development of the AAS Degree curriculum to start in the fall of 2011

Objective:  Students will be encouraged throughout the program to engage in activities that will enhance their level of professionalism and assist them in the transition from student to working professional.

Practical Nursing

Objective:  To retain and graduate students from the Practical Nursing Program

Objective:  Graduate students who are prepared to for entry level practice as an LPN upon graduation

Objective:  95% of students graduating will pass the NCLEX-PN on the first attempt

Radiography

Objective:  Graduates will demonstrate competence in skills basic to the Radiography Profession.

Outcomes Benchmark Current Year
The student will competently perform routine radiographic procedures. 85% 98.6%
The student/graduate will provide proper patient care and management. 90% 100%
The student/graduate will demonstrate proper radiation safety practices to patients, self, and others. 90% 100%

Objective:  Graduates will be able to effectively utilize problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills in the performance of medical imaging procedures.

Outcomes Benchmark Current Year
The student/graduate will demonstrate competence in non-routine examinations 95% 100%
The student/ graduate will demonstrate effective communication skills 95% 100%

Objective:  Graduates will accept responsibility for continuing the process of professional development and growth.

Outcomes Benchmark Current Year
The students will demonstrate professionalism in the clinical area 90% 97.5%
The students will demonstrate knowledge regarding professional development. 85% 100%
The graduate will exhibit interest in professional radiologic technology organizations and professional development. 75% 100%

Objective:  Meet the needs of the community by providing qualified radiographers.

Outcomes Benchmark Current Year
Students will complete the program within 18 months. 85% 92%
Graduates of the program will indicate satisfaction with preparation for employment. 90% 100%
Employers will indicate satisfaction with graduates’ quality of work. 90% 100%
Graduates will pass the ARRT exam on the first attempt. 90% 100%
Graduates will gain employment in radiography or enter advanced education programs within 6 months. 75% 73%

Surgical Technology

Objective:  Develop and create collaborative teaching with for specific subject matter with experts in Surgical Specialty Modalities, i.e., surgeons, surgical residents, surgical supply/equipment vendors, and specialty team members of the clinical facilities.

Objective:  Improve the graduation rate to 80% in an effort to meet the accreditation standard and provide trained Surgical Technologists to meet the needs of the community.

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

Arts and Sciences Administrative

Objective:  Enhance the performance of transfer students to UNC institutions and private colleges endorsing the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

Learning Lab

Objective:  Develop and implement the structure for tutor training and subsequent in-service workshops that will attain Level 1 Certification for the Tutoring Programs through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). These tutor training sessions will occur throughout the academic year.

Objective:  Alleviate confusion amongst campus constituencies regarding the Learning Lab's purpose and appropriate use of its services through the development of policies that will be distributed campus-wide.

Mathematics and Physical Education

Objective:  During the 2009-2010 academic year, 2895 students enrolled in a developmental math class. A total of 599 students failed to complete their class and received either a "W" as a grade. This means that 21% of those originally enrolled failed to complete their class. Of the 79% who completed their class, 80% passed with a grade of "C" or higher. The goal for this year is to lower the dropout rate from 21% to 18%.

Objective:  As we continue with implementation of the 10-year QEP, our faculty will participate in professional developmental activities, collaborate on rewriting course outlines to include the CT student learning outcomes, create assessments to test students' CT skills, create rubrics for grading assessments and begin implementation of CT assessments in vocational, technical, and college transfer courses.

Quality Enhancement Plan

Objective:  Conduct assessment of students’ critical thinking skills in selected general education core courses and use results to improve instruction.

Objective:  Develop orientation materials and an online course for new and adjunct faculty emphasizing instructional best practices to improve students’ critical thinking skills.

Objective:  Deliver professional development experiences emphasizing critical thinking best practices to faculty and support staff via In-Service activities, self-paced online courses, and the Virtual Teaching & Learning Center.

Science Department

BIO 110 students will enhance their critical thinking skills.

BIO 168 students with at least a prerequisite of BIO 110 (or a comparable course) will significantly succeed over BIO 168 students with no previous college biology experience.

PHY 110 students will enhance their critical thinking skills.

Huskins, Early College and Cooperative Education

Objective:  Cooperative Education students will become more aware of the resources for their co-op experiences and thus improve their chances of being successful in their on-the-job training.

Objective:  Students who participate in service learning projects must find a suitable volunteer position and keep up with all required forms and paperwork. Students will be able to quickly and easily access this information so they can focus on the learning objectives for their projects. Students will be satisfied with the resources provided by the college.

Objective: Early college students enrolled in college-level classes will earn a grade of C or higher.

English Department

Objective:  Retention--Developmental students will be retained at a higher rate in eight-week sessions with five meetings per week than in the sixteen –week sessions with three meetings per week.  Assessment Measures:  Ninety percent of the students in the 085 pilot will successfully complete the course.

Objective:  Critical Thinking--English 111 students will demonstrate competent critical thinking according to the QEP team’s critical- thinking rubric. Assessment Measures: Eighty percent of student artifacts will be deemed competent by the QEP Assessment Team.

Objective: Student Success --Students in ACA 111 and ACA 122 will become familiar with campus policies and resources. Assessment Measures: Eighty percent of students in ACA 111 and ACA 122 will agree on a survey that they have a better understanding of campus policies and resources.  In addition, eighty percent of students in ACA 111 and ACA 122 will correctly answer five out of six exam questions dealing with policies and resources.  

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

Accounting Technology

Objective:  Develop a comprehensive final examination to be taken by all Principles of Financial Accounting (ACC 120) students at the end of the semester.

Objective:  All imminent accounting graduates (those taking Intermediate Accounting 2 - ACC 221) will complete an overall assessment of their accounting knowledge, passing with at least a grade of 70%.

Objective:  Accounting is changing rapidly with the codification of US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles by the Financial Accounting Standards Boards, and the work towards convergence with International Financial Reporting Standards. Students need to know where to find and how to use common sources for authoritative accounting information.

Business Administration

Objective:  To track performance differences between the hybrid ECO 151 course and other ECO 151 courses.

Computer Information Technology

Objective:  Incorporate the MS Access content from the current textbook into CIS 110. Many state universities are requiring that incoming students who have credit for CIS 110 need to have a proficient level of knowledge in MS Access.

Objective:  The CIT degree program will create, edit, publish and distribute the Tech Devils newsletter in both the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 semesters. This newsletter will be a tool for prospective student recruitment, community involvement, and current student critical thinking enrichment.

Objective:  Deliver both NOS 130: Windows Single User and NOS: Windows Admin 1 as hybrid courses instead of face-to-face courses. This enables students to benefit from additional hands-on lab hours with the instructor, and it allows for students to work independently on the theoretical concepts portion of the course. This will also aid students in planning the academic scheduling of other courses within the degree program's required curriculum.

Objective:  Compile documentation of critical thinking objectives, classroom and course work best practices, and overall assessments as outlined in the college's QEP for tow CIT major courses - SEC 110 and CTS 285.

 

Medical Office Administration

Objective:  Beginning Fall 2010 and to enhance student understanding of and skill development for medical coding, OST 148 Medical Coding, Billing, and Insurance will have the pre-requisite of OST 248 Diagnostic Coding. This pre-requisite will be changed to a local pre-requisite.

 

Medical Transcription

Objective:  Faculty who teach in the Medical Transcription and MOA programs will meet the demands of the community and college by training in a new coding system.

Objective:  Students in the Medical Transcription program will meet the needs of the community by learning new transcription software.

Objective:  Students in the Medical Transcription program will meet the needs of the community by transcribing reports from medical personnel who are non-native English speakers.

 

Real Estate

Objective:  Have real estate students improve in each section of the report entitled "Performance of Candidates by Examination Section" given to CFCC by the N.C. Real Estate Commission every year.

Objective:  Improve the overall pass fail ratio of our students on the N.C. Real Estate Licensing Examination.

Objective:  Have the real estate program grow through increased enrollment.

Objective:  The real estate instructor will seek "continual improvement" in order that real estate students receive effective instruction.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education Administration

Objective:  To develop a series of short courses that will meet training needs for the area business and industry workforce.

Customized Training

Objective: Enhance and expand the offerings of the BIG Division.

Objective: Streamline, expand and improve the CRC Program.

Objective: Expand HRD offerings and improve instructor quality and consistency.

Objective: Transitioning JobsNOW Programs into ongoing Continuing Education Programs.

Objective: Enhance and expand SBC offerings and community involvement.

ABE/GED/AHS (on-campus)

Objective: Increase the number of GED and AHS students who complete their respective programs.

Objective: Align the AHS program with the N.C. state standards by providing instruction based on the NCSCOS, administering EOC exams, and ensuring that students complete the program with the appropriate academic skill level to place in college level courses.

 

ABE/CED/GED off-campus

Objective: Increase the number of students who move from one level to the next and increase the number of GED equivalent diplomas in our off campus classes.

 

English as A Second Language (ESL)

Objective: Restructure on-campus classes to run the full semester.

(This goal was discontinued as it was found to not benefit the students or the work-flow.)

 

Objective:  Establish a testing center with managed enrollment for off-campus classes.

 

Public Health and Safety Division

Objective: Offer EMS Instructor Methodology and/or the EMS Administration course to serve the training needs of EMS providers on a state-wide basis in order to meet emergency medical needs of the community and state.

 

Objective: Update grading procedures for the EMS Program.

 

Objective: Increase the number of 24-hour or greater specialized training courses by offering courses in at least one of the following areas in order to provide a safer community: (a) Investigations; (b) Tactical Responses for combined law enforcement and military agencies; (c) Administrative Investigations for First Line Supervisors; (d) Leadership for Law Enforcement Managers; (e) Data Driven Management for Patrol Functions; (f) Covert Investigations; (g) DEA Surviving Asset Forfeiture; and (h) Search and Seizure for School Resource Officers.

Objective: Add a first-time Friday and Saturday evening Nurse Aide Level I course to be offered 5-10 p.m.

Objective: Update grading procedures for the Nurse Aide Program.

Objective: Develop and offer one self-supporting In-Service Law Enforcement course designed to address training that cannot be successfully offered through Occupational Extension.

 

Fire and Rescue Training Division

Objective: Acquire and install exterior burn props for exterior firefighting on exterior burn pad. Goal is to acquire three props -- gas tank, vehicle and industry training prop.

Objective: Offer First Responder Academy to include Firefighter I & II, Technical Rescue, Emergency Medical Care or EMT, Emergency Vehicle Driving and NIMS classes.

Accomplishments – First Responder Academy started February 2011 and will graduate June 2011. 

Objective: Increase Safety Training Center utilization by minimum of 5% including live burn training and Hazwoper. 

Workforce Development/Customized Training-Pender County

Objective: Increase the marketing and advertising of workforce development programs to reach all businesses and industries within New Hanover and Pender counties through well-developed professional brochures, posters, and customized training web site.

Objective: Work to increase the number of funded CTP projects to four for New Hanover and Pender County Business, Industry, and Government entities for the 2010-2011 fiscal year.

 

Community Services Division

Objective: Identify secure off-campus locations to offer additional recreational and leisure classes.

Objective: Increase the awareness of Gullah Geechee culture for Southeastern North Carolina.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Engineering Technology Department

Objective: Provide an office environment conducive to supporting adjunct faculty in the Engineering Technology department. This will allow faculty to prepare lesson plans, meet in private with students, and conduct related duties. Access to a computer, internet, supplies, printing & copying will also be included. In addition, the Department Chair will conduct adjunct training to cover policies and procedures.

Architectural Technology

Objective: Graduates will be knowledgeable about current sustainable and alternate energy technologies.

 

Chemical Technology

Objective:  To provide students training on Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation (GCMS).

Objective:  To provide students training on ion chromatography (IC) and software.

Computer Engineering Technology

Objective:  Replace servers used in classes with Rack mount servers as they go out of warranty. Careful selection and OS visualization will allow us to reduce 16 servers to 8. This will use less electricity and save cost on the servers while still providing quality education.

Objective:  To help promote industry certification, we would like to showcase our students that get industry certification by putting a display case up in the hall way that has a picture of the student holding the certification(s) that they earned. Hopefully this will encourage others to get certified so they can have their picture in the display case. This will also be a way to highlight our student’s success to tour groups when they tour the North Campus

Electronics Engineering Technology

Objective:  The goal is to expose students to the electronics involved in wireless communication. The student will study the 802.15 protocol and other 2.4GHz radios like Bluetooth, XBee, and ZigBee devices. The goal is to have students connect microcontrollers to 1mW XBee radios in the lab and demonstrate wireless communication. The student will have to build two breadboards circuits, one with the micro and radio programmed as a transmitter, and the other programmed as a receiver. The goal is to have the receiver respond to data sent from the transmitter. The LED at the receiver will be programmed to Blink when the switch at the transmitter is pushed. When the button at the transmitter is not pushed the LED at the receiver will be off.

Interior Design

Objective:  Prepare our graduates to enter the workplace performing at today’s industry standards with a proficiency level of 92% or better using a standardized test accepted in our industry.

Objective:  Promote critical thinking in the classroom in a way that it can be assessed along with biological knowledge learned.  Hands on projects will be devised so that they require students to use the critical thinking skills of: analysis, synthesis and evaluation to successfully complete the assignment. A customized rubric will be used to document the critical thinking displayed (20%) in addition to the tasks completed (80%).

Objective:  Retain 100% of students through program completion.

Machining Technology

Objective:  Graduates of the Machining Technology Curriculum will develop skills in the use of high-end, mechanical design software as used in a modern manufacturing environment.

Objective:  Increase the exposure of Machining Technology students to non-traditional manufacturing methods.

Objective:  Increase and diversify the skills of Machining Technology students in the area of difficult to machine materials with specific regard to harder alloys.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Objective:  Graduates of any Mechanical Engineering Technology program (Certificate, Diploma, or AS) will be proficient in 2D CAD software.

Nuclear Maintenance Technology

Objective:  Combine the electrical and mechanical options courses into a single unified curriculum with no change to program semester hours for implementation in the 2011-12 catalog year.

Objective:  Develop standing agreement to use Progress Energy's Brunswick Nuclear Plant in Southport as an alternative co-op work experience site for students in the nuclear program who are not Granite employees.

Objective:  Revise content of NUC 130 for roll-out in Summer 2011 semester.

 

MARINE TECHNOLOGY

Boat Building

Objective:  Create a concentrated Marine Finishes curriculum to better deliver to students the skills needed to work in the painting area of boatbuilding. Curriculum will cover varnishing by brush, painting by brush, and spray painting paints and clear coats.

Objective:  Students will participate in making a "slick" or large paring chisel from car leaf springs. Students will be involved with annealing the tool steel, shaping it, and
tempering the tool steel for the slick. Students will turn a handle for the slick on the lathe.

Boat Manufacture and Service

Objective:  Boat repair training will take place on a formerly functional boat which is in disrepair. Students will gain practical knowledge of how major structural and cosmetic repairs are performed to professional marine industry standards. Students will demonstrate proper safety procedures and repair techniques associated with major boat repairs.

Objective:  Fully utilize the engine installation system installed in the shop during the last planning year. Acquisition of additional materials and equipment will be needed in order for students to install a fully functional engine system. Students will learn proper safety procedures associated with marine engines and will demonstrate installation and maintenance techniques.

Objective:  Coordinate an effort with the English department to hold a resume writing workshop for students in the Boat Manufacture and Service program. This objective will increase the students' confidence while job searching and increase job placement after graduation.

Marine Technology

Objective:  Create a department wide ranking system based on student academic performance to provide and equitable method for the allotment of cruise spots

Objective:  Upon completion of this program the student shall be able to properly & safely launch and retrieve an outboard powered small craft from a trailer using a Wildlife Access type boat ramp.

Objective:  Provide vessel and shipboard equipment support for Marine Technology Curriculum needs

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Public Services Department

Objective:  Study and analyze the enrollment of all Community Spanish Interpreter classes in Spring Semester of 2011 to determine if this program should be continued or phased out.

Objective:  Increase the enrollment of students in the Community Spanish Interpreting Class

 

  AAS Cert Diploma
2010 Spring 2 1 8
2010 Fall 8 2 9
2011 Spring 11 1 9

Basic Law Enforcement Training

Objective:  Offer BLET students specialized training beyond the 624 hours mandated by the Criminal Justice Standards Commission, including resume’ development, job testing skills, and interview skills.  Additional specialized training in firearms, defensive tactics, OC spray and short Baton are to be offered.  This specialized training will give our graduates the advantage in applying for the limited law enforcement job in our area of the state. 

Criminal Justice Technology

Objective:  To modify and/or update current curriculum courses to be more effective and appropriate for current and future professional needs enhancing student success.

Culinary Technology

Objective: Students in the culinary program will be required to participate in a cooperative work experience at a facility that meets program requirements. Students will have gained knowledge and skills from culinary program to successfully meet the co-op host's expectations.

Objective: The culinary students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become certified in (Advanced Culinary Skills).

Objective: Students will be required to take sanitation and safety certification exam. Instructors will use Serve Safe text and laboratory materials. Students will receive instruction through lecture and lab activities, presentations, and comprehensive review to gain knowledge necessary to successfully pass exam.

Film and Video Production

Objective: All FVP 130 Students are responsible for their own 2 page, 2 character "argument” short film. This involves a FVP 215 assignment.

Objective: FVP 220 Students will be given a bi-monthly assignment that will have them edit a particular piece of footage (given to them) into a graded project utilizing all the editing skills and resources we are covering in lecture each week. Each student will be responsible for 32 assignments burned to DVD or CD and turned in to be assessed.

Objective: All FVP 215 students will be able to schedule the shooting days for a four page short film.

Hotel Restaurant Management

Objective:  HRM students will have adequate lab facilities for the Lab portions of required courses

 

Objective:  Employers will be satisfied with student preparation for employment

Objective:  Students in the HRM program will be satisfied with the quality of instruction, including instructors and courses.

Objective:  Students in the HRM program will be technically proficient as measured by average scores and passing rates on competency and certification exams provided by the National Restaurant Association and American Hotel and Lodging Association.

Cosmetology

Objective: Design and implement the 1500 hour Certificate in the Cosmetology Program.

 

VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT

 

Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration

Objective:90% of students will successfully rewire a condensing unit that has been completely stripped, including controls and taking into account proper wire size.

 

Objective:To have students successfully size and install the gas piping and exhaust for the gas furnaces in the ACH/R shop.

 

Objective:To have 100% of the students in the summer 2010 semester be able to do a complete system change out according to the 2009 N.C. Mechanical code.

Auto Body Repair

Objective: Graduates of the Auto Body Repair Diploma program will be able to repair a vehicle with minor non-structural damage following the latest industry standards.

Objective:Graduates of the Auto Body Repair Diploma program will be able to diagnose and repair a vehicle with structural damage.

Objective: Graduates of the Auto Body Repair Diploma program will be able to use and identify proper refinishing equipment, materials, and procedures following the latest industry standards.

Automotive Technology

Objective: Upon completion of this class students will show knowledge of and hands-on ability to convert a gasoline engine to a fully electric engine.

Objective: Upon completion students will be able to use automotive brake tools to remove/reinstall brake components and properly diagnose/repair common problems.

Objective: Upon completion students will be able to use automotive electrical related equipment to diagnose/repair electrical systems.

Carpentry

Objective: Upon completion of this course, students should be able to interpret and read residential blue prints

Objective: Upon completion of this program students will be able to interpret Local and National Residential Building Codes for residential construction.

Objective: Upon completion of this program, students will be able to perform basic floor, wall, roof framing and finish techniques and follow procedures used in residential construction.

Carpentry-Pender Prison

Objective: Students in the light construction industry need to understand various basic calculations. Learning to calculate board/feet amounts will enable the student to accurately estimate materials.

Objective: Students in the light construction industry need to understand various basic calculations. Learning to calculate the cubic yards of concrete required for a job will enable the student to accurately estimate materials.

Objective: Students in the light construction industry need to understand various basic calculations. Learning to calculate the moisture content of wood will enable the student to order the proper grade of lumber for the particular job at hand.

Construction Management Technology

Objective: To increase first year students’ knowledge of the basic construction/carpentry skills.

Objective:  Instructor to become an OSHA Authorized Trainer to enhance the quality of the CMT 212 Total Safety Performance Course and allow students the opportunity to obtain their 10 and 30 hours safety cards as a part of the course.

Objective: To obtain a lab area that CMT can utilize to implement the following hands on learning labs:
a) Steel Lab - To teach students skills in basic steel erection techniques
b) Electrical Lab - To teach students skills in basic electrical wiring techniques
c) Framing Lab-to teach students skills in basic wood and light gauge steel framing techniques
d) Roofing Lab-teach students skills in basic roofing techniques
e) Safety Lab - Teach students skills in construction safety techniques

Electrical/Electronics Technology

Objective: The student will be able to apply the principles of Ohm's Law and the associated calculations using a "combination" resistor circuit and verify their calculations using a Digital Volt-Ohm Meter.

Objective: The student will be given instructions to construct a 3-way circuit common in residential wiring. The student will draw a wiring diagram and construct the circuit according to the 2008 NEC Code.

Industrial Systems Technology

Objective: Students will be capable of drawing an electrical ladder diagram of the air conditioning/refrigeration trainer in the classroom. No such diagram exists at this time.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the three types of 120 volt receptacles required by the NC Building Codes.

Objective: Due to the severe injuries and non treatable disabilities associated with injection of hydraulic fluid under high pressure, students will be indoctrinated in safe working procedures and testing of hydraulic systems.

Heavy Equipment & Transport Technology-Prison

Objective: Upon completion of this program the students will be required to properly explain the principles of magnetism.

Objective: Upon completion of this program students will be able to properly measure, assemble and adjust valve train components.

Objective: Upon completion of this program students will be required to properly diagnose a faulty centrifugal water pump. (Certificate Program)

Heavy Equipment and Transport Technology

Objective: Upon completion of this program the student will be able to perform inspection and repair of the cylinder head and valve train (Associate and Diploma program)

Objective: Upon completion of this program the graduate will be able to diagnose, test and load bank an AC marine generator set (Associate and Diploma program)

Objective: Upon completion of this program the student will be able to perform inspection and repair of commercial truck driver lines (Associate and Diploma program)

Truck Driver Training

Objective:  Percentage of class that passed their qualify ride on their first attempt.

 

FOUNDATION

Student Ambassador Program

Objective:  A multi-year objective--In Spring 2010, the Foundation began working with the College’s Quality Enhancement Plan Director and Institutional Researcher developed a process to assess learning outcomes for CFCC Student Ambassadors. 

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration/Operations

Objective:  We will refine and adjust the process and protocol to provide accurate and timely delivery of schedule and catalog information.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #1

 

INSTRUCTION--ARTS AND SCIENCES

English Department

Math and Physical Education

Institutional Effectiveness/Quality Enhancement Plan

Professional Development

Science Department

Humanities and Fine Arts Department

 

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Anthropology - Rachel Satzman (TFT)

Economics-Christian Beer

 

History

Bob Brennan

Ronnie Kirkland

Phillip McCaskey

Thomas Massey

Susan Smith

Political Science

Greg Arey

Autumn McGimsey

Psychology

Julie Lee

Jason McCoy

Myssie Mathis

John Schulte

Sociology

Suzanne Baker

Raven Bruno

Bethaney Ferguson

Natasha Gouge

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

Completion of the second year of the Medical Office Administration program with 4 graduates prepared to walk in the May graduation

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Basic Skills Division

A Basic Skills Plus grant, designed to provide free skill training for Basic Skill Students was approved.  A Nurse Aide Class was successfully offered with 12 students enrolled.

Customized Training Division

Public Health and Safety Division - EMS Program

Public Health and Safety Division - Nurse Aide Program

Formed partnership with Basic Skills to offer a Basic Skills Plus Nurse Aide Level I course.

Course was successful with 10 students registered.  This program will be offered every

semester, including summer term.

Public Health and Safety Division - In-Service Law Enforcement Program

The division offered 468 separate In-Service law Enforcement courses, with issuance of 14,000 individual certificates to serve the law enforcement needs of the community.

Public Health and Safety Division - Motorcycle Rider Program

Motorcycle Rider safety courses are successfully held on average three times per month to promote highway safety in the CFCC service area.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Architectural Technology

Objective:  The second year architectural students placed second in the NC Sustainable Building Design Competition-2010.  The national level competition consisted of 11 community and four year colleges challenged to design homes for the New Orleans Katrina victims.  The second place team won $500 for its members to share. 

Interior Design

Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

MARINE TECHNOLOGY

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

Cosmetology

Truck Driver Training

Sustainability Technologies

 

INSTRUCTION

Learning Resource Center

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE GOAL #2- Provide facilities that support the growth of the college and that are well maintained, safe and secure for students, faculty, staff and visitors.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Nuclear Maintenance Technology

Objective:  Relocate the model BWR training aid at GE's training facility in San Jose, CA to the North Campus in NB 158.

Basic Law Enforcement Training

Objective:  Implement the new reading requirements for entry into the Basic Law Enforcement Training program as directed by the N.C. Criminal Justice Standards Division.  This standard requires a score of 80 on the CPT, 41 on the ASSET, and 81 on the COMPASS.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Objective:  Provide analysis of facilities needs for Pender County residents for facilities planning purposes.

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

Facilities & Maintenance

Objective:  Provide oversight of campus expansion.

Objective:  Begin planning moving financial operations to the Union Station building; renovation planning for the current student development area which will house ITS; moving planning for affected IT staff to the new location; and moving the maintenance department to the new maintenance building.

Objective:  To better serve the College environment by improving the maintenance work order system in order to improve the communication of scheduling and completion of work order submittals.

Objective:  Improve the College environment by implementing and coordinating routine cleaning, landscaping, and maintenance scheduling.

Objective:  Increase parking capacity on campus for CFCC students, faculty, and staff prior to fall semester 2011.

Objective:  Aid in the education of students by successfully bidding, awarding, and executing the contract for the Union Station building.

Objective:  Limit classroom disruptions due to leaking roofs.  Accomplish this by examining the condition of the roofs, making necessary repairs, and/or generating roof replacement schedules.

Objective:  Provide certified forklift training to CFCC employees.

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Disability Support Services

Objective: To make CFCC evacuation procedures safer and more effective for individuals with disabilities.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #2

English Department

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Customized Training Division

 

Basic Skills Division

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration/Operations

Sustainability Technologies

  

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

COLLEGE GOAL #3- Incorporate the appropriate use of technology for students, faculty and staff and provide training in accessing and applying the technology.

ALLIED HEALTH

Pharmacy Technology

Objective:  Laboratory Exercises using the new Automated Dispensing Cabinet (MedDispense) and the ScriptPro-50 Robotic Dispensing System will be developed and incorporated into the program.

Practical Nursing

Objective:  Continue to provide more realistic learning and safe environment for learning by providing simulation mannequins that meet developmental needs of diverse clients

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

ABE/CED/GED off-campus

Objective:  Increase student enrollment in off campus classes by providing computer technology and implementing an attendance policy.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Engineering Technology Department Administration

Objective:  To add to the wind generator an anemometer and data logger device to capture data for calculations, so that students will have the opportunity to learn the technology and receive hands on experience.

 

Electronics Engineering Technology

Objective:  The objective is to have students in the ELN 232 course transmit data from a microcontroller to a LCD over the microcontroller serial port. The student will use a breadboard and wire to connect an Arduino Atmeg328 Duemilanove microcontroller to a Parallax #27979 4x20 Serial LCD with backlight. The TX (serial transmit) pin of the micro is connected to the RX (serial receive) pin on the display. Software must be developed and compiled on the PC. Student's must program the micro, demonstrating the ability of the LCD to display alpha-numeric characters, display real-time data related to voltage, as well as position the curser, clear the display, and turn the LCD backlight on and off.

 

VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT

Industrial Systems Technology

Objective:  Students will employ critical thinking skills in selecting the proper thread repair process dependent upon type of metal, thread depth, thread design, and damage.

 

Welding Technology

Objective: Upon completion of this program graduates shall be able to safely set up and operate Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) equipment and pass a 1" unlimited thickness plate test in all positions according to AWS D1.1 Structural Welding code.

Objective: Upon completion of this program graduates shall have passed a 6" schedule 80 Pipe in the 6G position using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) for the root pass and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) for the remainder of the test. The test will be given according to ASME Sect IX Welding Code.

Objective: Upon completion of this program graduates shall be able to fabricate a Workmanship weldament using a detailed drawing with sized weld symbols and specifications. The project will be using Gas Metal Arc Welding, and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding processes and includes a written exam.

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

Informational Technology Services

Objective:  Become proactive in the use of technology to enhance the capabilities of students, faculty and staff.

 

Objective:  Ensure Business Continuity by maintaining critical Data Center functions through catastrophic events

 

Objective:  Maintain the computing/telephony environment in a state of readiness sufficient to support the college's needs and growth.

 

Objective:  Protect, secure, and maintain availability of Information Systems. Ensure the integrity, security, and confidentiality of college information assets.

 

Objective:  Enable IT Services to support the mission of the college and to add redundancy in essential services.

 

Objective:  Train faculty and staff in technologies supported by IT Services.

 

Objective:  Participate in the construction process of the Union Station Parking Deck

 

Objective:  Work to develop a Parking Master Plan for the College to ensure parking needs are met for the years to come.

 

Objective:  Continue to supervise and support the growth of the CFCC Parking Guards

 

Objective:  Continue to serve as the College’s Colleague CIS project manager by providing coordination efforts as required and continue to serve on the NCCCS CIS AR/CR Review Team, Financials Review Team, Core Review Team, and Mega Team.

 

FOUNDATION

Objective:  To upgrade and enhance technology accessed by faculty, staff, and students.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Institutional Effectiveness Administration

Objective:  to identify and procure software system to manage the regional accreditation requirement of producing and submitting the Fifth-Year Interim Report to the College’s primary regional accrediting agency, the Southern Association of Colleges and School-Commission on Colleges.

 

Objective:  ensure faculty/staff are able to effectively document unit planning, assessment and results to demonstrate continuous college improvements.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #3

ALLIED HEALTH

Associate Degree Nursing

 

Dental Assisting

 

Dental Hygiene

 

Practical Nursing

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

English Department

Learning Lab

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Public Health and Safety Division - EMS Program

 

Public Health and Safety Division - Nurse Aide Program

Audiovisual aids have been upgraded to DVD format with captions for the hearing impaired.

Burgaw Center– Workforce Development

Audiovisual aids (computer with internet (which previously did not exist)) and new DVD’s were incorporated into the Nurse Aide programs.

English as A Second Language

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

 

Public Information Office

Objective: To increase exposure for CFCC using social media websites.

 

MARINE TECHNOLOGY

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Culinary Technology

 

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

INSTRUCTION

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

COLLEGE GOAL #4-  Enhance the teaching and learning process through the provision of adequate, up-to-date equipment and learning resources that are accessible to users and in formats consistent with prevailing technologies suitable to the college’s needs and goals.

ARTS AND SCIENCES

Learning Lab

Objective:  Assess the effectiveness of the current physical layout of the Learning Lab in L-218. Create a learning environment that is inviting and conducive to student needs and learning.

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

Business Administration

Objective:  To determine whether it is possible to create an online collection point for generic documents used in business courses. If it is possible test the idea using some documents for the BUS 230 and BUS 137 courses.

 

Objective:  Determine whether each BUS, MKT, and ECO course has one or more environmental exercises or activities in use and determine if these can be documented for inclusion in a generic master Blackboard site for each course. Begin to search for and identify environmental activities for inclusion in courses where none exists. Environmental in this case refers to sustainability or earth friendly activities. This goal supports the NCCCS Code Green Super CIP that calls for sustainability to be integrated into all Vocational and Technical curriculums.

 

Objective:  Determine which of the BUS, MKT, and ECO courses have a Blackboard site that can be made into a generic master site, without specific dates or pages that can be copied for any part-time or full-time instructor when needed.

 

FOUNDATION

Foundation Administration

Objective:  To provide up-to-date equipment and learning resources accessible to users and in formats consistent with prevailing technologies suitable to the college’s needs and goals.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Institutional Effectiveness Administration

Objective:  Upgrade equipment in the Institutional Effectiveness division to ensure employees have the tools needed to effectively and efficiently perform their jobs.

INSTRUCTION

Learning Resource Center--Library Public Services

Objective:   Increase the number of faculty members and students who are aware of how we can obtain materials for them from other libraries via Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

 

Objective:   Encourage circulation and promote awareness of Library resources and support campus activities and initiatives through the use of rotating and varied displays.  Acquire new display method to expand interest.

 

Objective:  Develop and display QuickStart cards--one page help guides similar to those provided with some software programs--to assist the novice researcher at the point of contact with selected reference books.

 

LRC-Library Technical Services-Downtown

Objective:  The Library subscribes to the American History in Video database, which is a collection streaming video clips. Experience has shown that including electronic resources in the Library's online catalog increases their use. The vendor, Alexander Street Press, provides MARC records for inclusion in library catalogs. The Library will add these records to Horizon thereby making them more easily accessible by faculty and students.

 

 

Objective:  Develop and implement a system for collecting statistics about the use of current print issues of periodicals in the Wilmington Campus Library.  Currently, counts of items shelved do not give us use statistics at the title level.

Objective:  Librarians will update the collection by selecting DVDs to 1) replace VHS format with newer disc format; 2) update content with newer productions; and/or 3) acquire new content to fill gaps in the collection.

 

Objective:  Promote use of the Order Card database by librarians by presenting a workshop for CFCC librarians.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #4

 

ALLIED HEALTH

Dental Assisting

 

Dental Hygiene

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

Learning Lab

 

Quality Enhancement Plan

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Burgaw Center– Workforce Development

New training mannequins and a blood pressure training apparatus were received, along with three new beds to provide for advanced skills training for the Nurse Aide Program. 

The Burgaw Center was able to increase its instructional capacity through the addition of a two classroom trailer and associated offices.  Additionally, all three computer labs at the Center were upgraded with ceiling mounted projectors and one lab was completely upgraded with new computers.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Interior Design

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

INSTRUCTION

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

Truck Driver Training

 

Sustainability Technologies

COLLEGE GOAL #5- Provide increased access to educational opportunities through distance learning.

INSTRUCTION

Distance Learning

Objective:  offer Distance Learning Basic Training workshops to new & incumbent DL Faculty. At least 25 faculty will complete Blackboard 101 and at least 25 faculty will attend at least one additional DL Workshop.

 

Objective: Offer workshops and training to at least 25 DL Faculty regarding Course Essentials based on Quality Matters ™.

 

Objective: To include a standardized Enrollment Verification assignment in all DL courses (Hybrid & Internet), which meets Dept. of Education (DoE) requirements for attendance.

Dental Hygiene

Objective:  Students will have an evaluation of satisfactory at the New Hanover Community Health Service dental clinic rotation.

 

Objective:  To determine whether it is possible to create an online collection point for generic documents used in business courses. If it is possible test the idea using some documents for the BUS 230 and BUS 137 courses.

Computer Information Technology

Objective:  Deliver both NOS 130: Windows Single User and NOS: Windows Admin 1 as hybrid courses instead of face-to-face courses. This enables students to benefit from additional hands-on lab hours with the instructor, and it allows for students to work independently on the theoretical concepts portion of the course. This will also aid students in planning the academic scheduling of other courses within the degree program's required curriculum.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #5

INSTRUCTIONAL OPERATIONS

Distance Learning

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Public Health and Safety Division - EMS Program

Continuing Education Registrar

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #6- Strengthen partnerships with business and industry, public schools, universities and others that are mutually beneficial and that maximize resources in meeting the educational needs of the service area.

 

ALLIED HEALTH

Dental Hygiene

Objective:  Students will have an evaluation of satisfactory at the New Hanover Community Health Service dental clinic rotation.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

English as A Second Language (ESL)

Objective:  Increase childcare availability during ESL classes by 25%.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Architectural Technology

Objective:  The Architectural Technology Club will complete a joint venture with another campus club or non-profit group to foster community service.

 

Chemical Technology

Objective:  To increase the number of departmental agreements between the Chemical Technology Program and other 4-year colleges and universities.

Winston Salem State University’s Department of Chemistry

East Carolina University’s Department of Distance Education

North Carolina A & T University’s Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering North Carolina State University’s Department of Chemistry

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Basic Law Enforcement Training

Objective:  Strengthen partnerships with all area Law Enforcement agencies with whom we work to offer the BLET program.  We must continue to use their firearm ranges, classrooms, equipment, instructors, driving facilities, physical fitness areas and POPAT.

 

Cosmetology

Objective: Continuing Education classes will be taught on site by CFCC Cosmetology Instructors.

 

Objective: To recruit students for enrollment and to ensure the success of the Huskins Manicuring program with New Hanover County.

 

FOUNDATION

Foundation Resource Development

Objective:  To engage the community in the work of the college. Introduce new people to the college.

 

Objective:  Hold board retreat. Implement a program of tracking participation on committees and attendance.

 

Objective:  Provide intern opportunities at CFCC

 

Objective:  Expand scholarship offerings in the community

 

Objective:   Provide an educational opportunity that is valuable for business students at CFCC schools and to encourage matriculation onto the university system.

 

Objective:  To stimulate growth in the joint CFCC and UNC-W alumni membership.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Institutional Research

Objective:  To improve communication with UNC-W research department to facilitate partnership on sharing of data for tracking studies of CFCC transfer students to better inform CFCC officials of students’ performance upon transfer.  It is hoped that CFCC can identify ways to improve the CFCC student experience in instruction and services to better prepare its transfer students for matriculation to upper division institutions.

 

Institutional Effectiveness-Planning

Objective:  to provide Pender County officials with facilities needs analysis by comparing current CFCC facilities to current CFCC enrollment of Pender County residents.

 

Objective:  Support the community and promote goodwill for the College through fundraising for community charities.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #6

ALLIED HEALTH

Associate Degree Nursing

ADN program is partnering with the NC Foundation for Nursing Excellence and the University of NC at Wilmington to offer a new track for nursing students - Regionally Enhancing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN).

ARTS AND SCIENCES

Quality Enhancement Plan

J. Chaffin conducted a critical thinking presentation for New Hanover County’s AIG teachers in December, 2010.  The AIG Debate Club is now developing a partnership with CFCC’s debate instructors and students.

Dean of Arts and Sciences

 

Huskins and Early College

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Public Health and Safety Division - In-Service Law Enforcement

Public Health and Safety Division - Defensive Driving Program

Burgaw Center – Workforce Development

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Chemical Technology

 

Interior Design

 

Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

MARINE TECHNOLOGY

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Culinary Technology

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

Cosmetology

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration/Operations

 

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

Sustainability Technologies

 

Truck Driver Training

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Public Information Office

 

Institutional Effectiveness Administration

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

COLLEGE GOAL #7- Provide a comprehensive program of student development services that assist students in achieving their goals including appropriate placement in courses and curricula, financial assistance, counseling and advisement, career guidance, and student activities and athletics.

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

Arts and Sciences Administrative

Objective:  To form a school wide Retention Committee and lay the groundwork for developing a Retention Plan

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

ABE/GED/AHS  on-campus

Objective:  Restructure the orientation process for new students to the AHS/GED programs with effective, quality instruction that is relevant to the students, leading to improved retention and eventual increased program completion.

 

English as A Second Language (ESL)

Objective:  Increase childcare availability during ESL classes by 25%.

 

Continuing Education Registrar

Objective:  The Registrar will oversee the digitizing of archived permanent Con Ed records over a period of 5 years while simultaneously digitizing current records that are being created. This process will eventually free up space that is currently being used for record storage for other uses, make the retrieval of records easier/quicker thereby improving customer service.

 

FOUNDATION

Objective:  To assist students in achieving their goals by providing financial assistance through scholarships and the Holiday Helpers Program.

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

Career and Testing Services

Objective: Offer additional job/trade fair in the spring that is specific to programs offered either on the downtown or North campuses.

 

Objective: Additional data concerning employment of students needs to be collected from employers.

 

Objective: The current PSB questions have been offered for over 10 years. A new version needs to be offered since many students have taken the exam multiple times and may have shared test content with other students. In addition, the new test items should be a more accurate reflection of the ability of students.

 

Counseling

Objective: Counselors will identify and become familiar with 3-4 various community agencies and the services they provide in order to better serve students with personal issues or concerns.

 

Objective: To provide a college wide "College Night" for students who are participants in CFCC's Adult High School and/or GED program.

 

Objective: To establish a Veterans Center to address the specific needs of the ever increasing Veterans student population.

 

Director of North Campus Student Development

Objective: Student service needs and requests will be met in an effective and efficient manner.

 

Objective: Increase student involvement through activities, leadership and athletics.

 

Disability Support Services

Objective: To expand accommodated testing at the North Campus for students with disabilities.

Enrollment Management

Objective: Streamline the process of academic forgiveness to improve the efficiency of student requests.

 

Objective: Strengthen recruiting efforts to increase the matriculation of the College's GED and AHS students into curriculum programs at CFCC.

 

Objective: Develop a workflow procedure for posting transcripts.

 

Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs

Objective: Continue automating basic financial aid procedures and increase usage of Colleague functionality.

 

Objective: Implement an exit interview process for student loan borrowers.

 

Special Projects

Objective: Continue to investigate annual source funding for the Student Planner.

 

Objective: Revamp the ACA presentations and materials

 

Activities/Athletics

Objective: Research, develop and evaluate an academic support program for student-athletes at CFCC. Develop and implement additional steps to the athletic academic support program to increase retention, eligibility and graduation/transfer rates among student athletes (SA).

Objective:  Improve participation in CFCC Student Activities. Provide services to students by developing and implementing a plan/program to increase activity/event participation on the Downtown and North Campus.

 

Objective:  Create professional grade marketing, public relations, and media plan to promote and advertise Sea Devil Activities/Athletics.  Participation rates and public awareness are ultimately how the Student Activities/Athletics Unit will measure success.

 

Registrar’s Office

Objective:  Design and implement an electronic withdrawal process for students.

 

Objective:  Eliminate the need for faculty to physically submit attendance and grades to the Registrar’s Office.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #7

English Department

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Customized Training Division

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

INSTRUCTION

Distance Learning

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

COLLEGE GOAL #8- Cultivate an excellent, highly qualified faculty and staff through recruitment, retention, recognition and professional development. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

 

Quality Enhancement Plan

Objective:  Develop orientation materials and an online course for new and adjunct faculty emphasizing instructional best practices to improve students’ critical thinking skills.

 

Objective:  Deliver professional development experiences emphasizing critical thinking best practices to faculty and support staff via In-Service activities, self-paced online courses, and the Virtual Teaching & Learning Center.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Public Health and Safety Division

Objective:  Train new DDC/Motorcycle Rider Technician and Secretary to become proficient in all job responsibilities in order to work with minimum supervision to meet the highway safety needs of the community.

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Engineering Technology Department

Objective:  Develop and issue a faculty and staff handbook to the Engineering technology Department. This will be a quick reference guide that contains some policy and guidelines for all to use. It can be referred to as a "Quick Reference Guide".

 

FOUNDATION

Objective:  To recruit and train highly qualified staff.

 

Objective:  To recognize outstanding faculty members.

 

Objective:  To provide professional development opportunities for staff.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Institutional Effectiveness Administration

Objective:  To ensure that IE personnel have the training, knowledge and skills to perform their duties to the best of their ability.

 

PERSONNEL

Objective:  Continue to follow state and federal guidelines for the recruitment and hiring of minorities, with the goal of increasing the presence of well-qualified minority employees on our faculty and staff payroll.

 

Objective:  Research, propose and implement online system for employment applicants including online application, applicant tracking and reporting ability in order to increase user friendly capabilities for our application process as well as the search process.

 

Objective:  Complete updated research and select a comprehensive sexual harassment training program for all employees (full and part time) with an extra emphasis on those in a supervisory role. Submit proposal and attempt to secure funding for this project.

 

Objective: Utilize existing IASU mnemonic in Datatel to track full-time and part-time employee credentials.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #8

Associate Degree Nursing

 

Dental Assisting

 

Dental Hygiene

 

Occupational Therapy Assistant

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

English Department

              English faculty.

Learning Lab

 

Dean of Arts and Sciences

 

Huskins and Early College

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Customized Training Division

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Interior Design

 

MARINE TECHNOLOGY

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

INSTRUCTION

 

Instructional Administration/Operations

 

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

Sustainability Technologies

 

Truck Driver Training

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #9- Promote diversity at all levels of the college and maintain a diverse faculty, staff and student body that reflect the college service area.

 

FOUNDATION

Objective: To promote diversity among student ambassadors.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

CFCC Diversity Committee

Objective:   provide an atmosphere of cultural diversity, equal opportunities for employment, and access to educational opportunities and ensure the College is in compliance with various state and federal laws, regulations, and executive orders, as well as NCCCS commitments.

Objective:  Promote diversity at all levels of the college and maintain a diverse faculty, staff and student body that reflect the college service area.

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration

Objective:  Promote diversity in the instructional area.

 

Objective:  Raise awareness and encourage respect for diversity through education.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #9

 

Associate Degree Nursing

 

Interior Design

 

Learning Resource Center

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #10. Effectively manage the college’s fiscal resources and seek external funding through grants and donations to support the mission of the college.

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

Objective:  Effectively manage the College’s financial resources to meet financial goals and accountability.  FY 2011-12 will be a challenging year due to the continued economic problems the State of NC is having and the potential budget cuts.

 

Objective:  Oversee implementation of the EAGLE project and serve as the College’s liaison with the Office of the State Controller.

 

Objective:  Evaluate and strengthen internal controls on an ongoing basis.

 

Objective:  Implementation of EAGLE

 

Objective:  Convert all accounts payable and payroll records to electronic format for easy retrieval and save physical filing space.

 

Objective:  Continued training of faculty and staff in preparation, interpretation and use of budget reports, forms, and data.

Objective:  Maintain authorized access to WebAdvisor “My Budget” using Colleague.

 

Objective:  Request and allocate approved state budget funds.  Adjust state budget line items to ensure funds are available throughout the year to meet projected and expected expenditures.

 

Objective:  Improve equipment inventory process.

 

Objective:  Improve disposition of surplus equipment.

 

Objective:  Process and issue purchase orders in a timely accurate manner while complying with State purchasing policies and procedures.

 

FOUNDATION

Foundation Resource Development

Objective:  To increase the amount of funding for scholarships and special programs for the college.

 

 

Foundation Community Support and Scholarships

Objective:  The foundation plans and implements a campus fund drive each year in order to provide student scholarships and program enhancement. Planning starts in the spring and the campaign is held in September of each year. It is the time that the foundation provides giving materials and encourages CFCC employees to make gifts to the foundation for student scholarships and program enhancement.

 

Grant Development

Objective:  To create a grant management system for Federal grants received by CFCC by June 30, 2011. 

 

Objective:  To attend initial grant management training for federal grants by September 2010 in order to create a system for managing and monitoring performance that will assist PIs in meeting the objectives of the grant.

 

Objective:  To increase financial operating and reporting efficiency.

 

Objective:  To seek outside funding through gifts and grants.

 

Objective:  To increase the number of endowed scholarships. 

 

Objective:  To implement a planned giving program.

 

Objective:  To seek internal donations and award mini-grants for projects to faculty and staff.

 

Objective:  To implement quarterly cultivation functions hosted by Foundation Board members.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Printing Services

Objective:  To effectively manage the college’s fiscal resources.

 

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #10

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Customized Training Division

 

Burgaw Center– Workforce Development

 

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Chemical Technology

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

 

Purchasing, Equipment Inventory, Shipping & Receiving, & Bookstores

 

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #11. Strengthen and refine the college’s continuous improvement process to ensure institutional effectiveness and public accountability.

 

 

ALLIED HEALTH

 

Surgical Technology

Objective:  Implement the Certification Exam this year as the program outcomes indicator exam for the accreditation standard and comply with the accreditation standard of a 100% participation rate by students on the National Certification Exam.

 

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

 

Mathematics and Physical Education

Objective:  One of our CFCC general education competencies is to improve students' quantitative skills at the appropriate level depending on their degree. Students will demonstrate a mastery of these skills through common course assessments.

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

Medical Office Administration

Objective: Following graduation from the MOA program, graduates will be surveyed to determine strengths/weaknesses of the curriculum and the program. Attention will focus upon areas of improvement. Data from FA'09-SP'10 will be collected to reflect graduation rate.

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

English as A Second Language (ESL)

Objective: Implement an attendance policy of 80%.

 

Continuing Education

Objective- Restructure the orientation process for new students to the AHS/GED programs with effective, quality instruction that is relevant to the students, leading to improved retention and eventual increased program completion.

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Institutional Effectiveness Administration

Objective:  Provide analysis of CFCC’s facilities needs for Pender County residents by collecting and analyzing data to produce a complete and separate CFCC Pender County Long Range Plan.

 

Objective:  To coordinate and administer the CCSSE and CCFSSE during the 2010-2011 academic year as an assessment measure for the CFCC Quality Enhancement Plan, as well as for student engagement at CFCC.

 

Objective:  Research, identify and procure management system for the CFCC Fifth-Year Interim Report for regional accreditation requirement by SACS-COC, Inc.

 

Objective:  Ensure CFCC’s continuing compliance with SACS-COC accreditation requirements by remaining current and overseeing related functions.

 

 

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

Personnel

Objective: Utilize existing IASU mnemonic in Datatel to track full-time and part-time employee credentials.

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL # 11

 

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #12. Foster and maintain a positive public image of the college and effectively promote college services and programs to the community.

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

Medical Office Administration

Objective:  Promotion of MOA program for program awareness.

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

ABE/GED/AHS  on-campus

Objective:  Actively seek opportunities to market our GED/AHS programs to the community.

 

Public Health and Safety Division

Objective:  The Horticulture Program will partner with the Community Gardening Program to enhance public relations with the New Hanover Dept. of Corrections by assisting the Community Gardening Program with meeting community horticulture needs.

 

FOUNDATION

Foundation Resource Development

Objective:  Increase public relations and information to the community from and about CFCC.

 

Objective: To effectively communicate a positive public image of the foundation and the college and promote college services and programs to the community.

 

Objective: To continue our current community outreach through organized and individual event and invite 120 new community members to become involved in the college.

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

 

Public Information Office

Objective: To increase exposure for CFCC using social media websites.

 

Objective: To increase exposure to CFCC's culinary technology program through the news media at no cost to the college.

 

 

Objective: Foster and maintain a positive public image of the college and effectively promote college services and programs to the community.

 

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #12

 

Dental Assisting

 

Dental Hygiene

 

Occupational Therapy Assistant

 

ARTS AND SCIENCES

 

English Department

 

Learning Lab

 

Huskins and Early College

 

 

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Burgaw Center– Workforce Development

The Burgaw Center held a holiday open house for the community to recognize the programs and services it provides for the local communities.   Many residents who attended completed course surveys and registered for door prizes.  Several door prizes were donations by students from class projects during the year, as well as pictures on display from local artists enrolled in Cape Fear CC classes.

 

Customized Training Division

Developed Continuing Education Newsletter and mailed it to over 10,000 current and former students in December 2010.  This newsletter will be distributed quarterly. 

 

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Chemical Technology

 

Interior Design

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

 

Culinary Technology

Numerous volunteer and community service events: Empty Bowls, Boys & Girls Club, Full Belly Project, Habitat for Humanity, Martin Luther King, and Cookin’ with Cape Fear

 

Hotel/Restaurant Management

Through community service; notably at Good Shepherd Shelter, Our Place Dining Room, CHRIE, CHTEA and NCHEF involvement, Blue Water, and television segment Fall 2010 featuring Lead Instructor, the HRM program fosters positive public relations and recruitment. 

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

Purchasing, Equipment Inventory, Shipping & Receiving, & Bookstores

 

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration/Operations

 

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL #13 Enhance internal communication among faculty, staff and students.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education Registrar

Objective:  The Registrar will schedule a training calendar for internal continuing education and basic skills staff each semester. The training process will educate the staff on the workflow which includes section creation, registration of students, grading and reporting.

 

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

Objective:  Improve the educational experience by improving Institutional Services’ relationships with other College departments.

 

 

FOUNDATION

 

Grant Development

Objective:  To increase internal communication.

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

 

Public Information Office

Objective: To provide greater access to CFCC-related news and information for faculty, staff and students.

 

 

INSTRUCTION

Instructional Administration/Operations

Objective: Refine and adjust the processes and protocols to correct and maintain the continuity and quality of curricular information within the multiple databases thereby ensuring information consistency and accuracy

 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

Disability Support Services

Objective: To enhance internal communication between faculty and Disability Support Services.

Objective: Create professional grade marketing, public relations, and media plan to promote and advertise Sea Devil Activities/Athletics. Participation rates and public awareness are ultimately how the Student Activities/Athletics Unit will measure success.

 

 

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO SUPPORT COLLEGE GOAL #13

ARTS AND SCIENCES

 

Learning Lab

Continually evaluating Learning Lab advertising to meet needs of target audiences

 

Dean of Arts and Sciences

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Customized Training Division

Diane Badakhsh presented Ed2Go and other professional development training opportunities available through Continuing Education to faculty and staff at the CFCC Fall 2010 In-Service Training.

 

 

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Chemical Technology

 

Interior Design

I advocate direct communication between Instructors and Students.  I have walked an older part-time instructor through the learning process of using the campus email and computer grading system – it was a triumph for both of us!

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES

 

Hotel/Restaurant Management

 

 

BUSINESS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

 

Purchasing, Equipment Inventory, Shipping & Receiving, & Bookstores

 

INSTRUCTION

 

Distance Learning

 

Learning Resource Center

 

Personnel

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

 

 

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