May 15, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

15 May 2001 Meeting Minutes
7:30am to 8:50am

Present: Crangle, Wixson, McCahan, Moore D, Kent, Mathis, Hage, Landry, Fahey, Clark, Moore J, Keefe, Barry, Ramsay, Fogleman and Freyhofer. Excused: Campbell. Absent: Ayers.

Action Items: None.

Informational discussion : Enrollment numbers and the process of forecasting enrollment. See binder tab 4.

Format for the 2002 Strategic Plan: Between the CPC and the CBC we need to:

  • Convert the plan into a budget and link to institutional goals.
  • Simplify the plan.
  • Prioritize input from detailed departmental planning documents.
  • Educate campus on idea that the plan evolves every year (some are not aware that there is a 2001 version).
  • Take a longer view of institutional direction.
  • “Live” the plan through value budgeting.
  • Inform the campus of our successes.

The next meeting of the CBC is Tuesday, May 22 at 7:30am in HUB 119.

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