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About Strategic Planning

The purpose of a strategic plan is to help the college address its most pressing challenges over a realistic time frame to better serve students and the community. A wide range of faculty, staff, students, and community representatives work collaboratively to update the college mission, vision, and values, and create a multi-year plan.

The Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Education on June 16, 2015 and updated and presented to the Board on December 17, 2013. This plan and the 2008-2012 plan, 2015-2015 plan, annual plan updates, and short history may be accessed at the left hand side of this page. The purpose of a strategic plan is to help the college address its most pressing challenges over a realistic time frame to better serve students and the community. A wide range of faculty, staff, students, and community representatives work collaboratively to update the college mission, vision, and values, and create a multi-year plan.

College Effectiveness Council's strategic planning responsibilities include designing and conducting:

  • A collaborative strategic planning process; and
  • A collaborative budgeting process that links the annual budget to the strategic plan.

  • Core theme champions oversee the implementation of the plan. Champions also provide the CEC and the RCC Board of Education with one or more progress reports.
  • Once a year, the CEC hosts an annual assessment retreat where each college goal, objective and annual outcome is carefully evaluated. A written assessment report is prepared addressing progress made on annual outcomes.
  • The assessment team scores each objective and then averages these scores to provide an overall score for each goal.
  • The assessment team and champions also recommend modifications as needed to the institutional goals and objectives to the Board of Education. Each new year, champions develop annual action plans for how outcomes will be achieved and departments develop annual objectives and action plans based on the approved institutional goals, objectives and annual outcomes.
  • Departmental assessments are incorporated in the annual assessment process.