The college’s priorities for 2004-05 were identified at the
College Planning Retreat in mid-March, 2004, and subsequently
refined through the participatory decision-making process of
consultation with and input from constituent groups across the
campus. The priorities were endorsed by the Planning and Budget
Council on May 27, 2004. They are listed alphabetically as they
are all seen as important and interdependent in shaping
collegewide planning and budgeting for 2004-05.
Establish a collegewide shared-governance process that
responds to the new accreditation standards related to student
Improve the human element of communication throughout
Facilities and safety
Develop and implement specific plans to minimize the impact
on students, staff and programs of the facilities changes at the
college, while enhancing security and safety.
Planning and Budget
Coordinate collegewide efforts to identify and pursue
additional fiscal resources (within the district allocation
formula, at the state level, and in the wider community), and
tie all planning documents to the college budget process in
order to meet the needs identified in the Educational, Strategic
and Facilities Master Plans.
Specify and implement a four-year plan to fill all faculty
and classified positions recommended through the planning and
budget process, and implement a collegewide staff development
plan that is funded at a reasonable level.
Select, train for, and implement the student records
information system and student portal, and improve students’
electronic access to information and services.
Maintain Grossmont College’s position as the leading transfer
institution in the San Diego region.