Planning


College Goals & Planning Timelines


College Strategic Planning Committee (CSPC)

The CSPC is the leadership committee responsible for developing the first steps of the planning process each year, including data evaluation and setting the college goals and outcome measures for the next cycle. Membership consists of the leader of each of the four constituency groups, the VPs, the dean of PRIE, and appointed representatives from the constituency groups.


Family of Plans

  • Cross-Divisional Program Plans
    College wide plans that support the college’s strategic goals and directions. They include objectives, measures of merit/outcomes, resources of individual plans and annual reviews. Program Plans are typically funded from “Above the Line” funding sources.
  • Family of Plans Diagram
    The diagram shows the Family of Plans in a graph with the College Master Plan.
  • Institutional Plans
    Plans developed for each of the three functional areas (instruction, student services, administration) to articulate the context and scope of planning within each area.
  • Resource Plans
    These plans describe the annual resource allocation processes for the five resource groups (financial, facilities, faculty, classified staff, information technology); include outcome measures to be evaluated; and define the product of the resource allocation process (e.g. recommendations on funding priorities, sources of funding, how classified staff positions are earned, etc.).
  • SCC Strategic PlanGlossary of Terms and LRCCD Strategic Plan 2016
  • Unit Plans
    Action plans with objectives linked to College Goals that drive the daily operations of the college, indicate the expected results, and identify types of resources required. Unit Plans include resource requests related to the base budgets of the units and other requests that go to the Budget Committee.

Resource Allocation