Academic Programs & Workforce Develpoment Partnerships
Increase college readiness of Mohave County prospective students.
Improve student preparedness for careers and community engagement by expanding experiential learning opportunities with the support of external partnerships.
Enhance alignment of program growth and development with regional workforce and educational attainment needs through strengthened partnerships.
Implement academic planning and delivery models that address the scheduling, modality and program needs of the students we serve.
Promote a culture of faculty development supporting student achievement and program needs of the students we serve.
Holistic approach to student success
Increase two-year credit threshold rates for credential seeking students.
Two-year credit threshold rates are based on full-time credential seeking students successfully completing 42+ credits hours, part-time credential seeking students successfully completing 24+ credits hours within two-years of enrollment.
Increase Fall-to-Fall retention rate for credential-seeking students.
Increase program completion rates.
Completion rate is based on Full-time first-time credential seeking students.
Increase transfer-out rates to support bachelor's degree attainment.
Transfer-out rate is based on Full-time first-time credential seeking students.
Implement support services and activities aimed to increase the educational and personal success of underserved student populations.
Underserved population is defined as percent of the district’s enrollment who are members of an historically underserved race or ethnicity (Hispanic/Latinx; American Indian or Alaska Native; Black or African American; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander); are over age 24; and/or a Pell grant recipient.
Foundations of Organizational Success:
Technology, Facilities, Personnel Resources
Enhance employee capacity by supporting the achievement of annual professional development goals.
Create a consistent learning environment that offers faculty, staff and students the same tools, equipment, and software using platform agnostic hardware and software, remote communication tools, and mobile technology.
Minimize the college’s vulnerability to cybersecurity threats.
Develop and implement an annual budget process that provides resources aligned with the strategic plan and allocated to support efficient, sustainable management of strategic priorities.
Enhance data-driven decision making by developing and implementing a college-wide data governance plan addressing data standards, integrity, and access.
Develop a college-wide facilities master plan that emphasizes design of ideal learning and working environments, sustainability and conservation practices, and capital resource stewardship.
ENROLLMENT FOR ALL
Increase the community college-going rate for students in the MCC service area.
Community college going rate is defined as a percent of Mohave county high school graduates enrolled at MCC within 12 months after graduating.
Increase the enrollment of underserved student populations from the MCC service area.
Underserved population is defined as members of an underserved race or ethnicity (Hispanic/Latinx; American Indian or Alaska Native; Black or African American; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander; over age 24; and/or a Pell grant recipient.
Increase the enrollment of occupational learners in programs with industry-recognized credentials.
Programs that have an application process (i.e., health professionals) will have their "new" students defined once accepted declared and enrolled in that specific program. Industry recognized credentials includes Dental, Nursing, Paramedic, Physical Therapist, Radiologic Technology, Surgical Technology, Automotive, Culinary, Fire Science, HVAC, Medical Assistant, Substance Abuse, Welding, Education-Child Development, Nursing Assistant.
Increase enrollment of high school learners via innovative dual, concurrent and early start offerings.
Develop a student aid disbursement structure to assist in growing enrollment.
Student aid discounts include: Financial Aid (excluding loans), Early Start Scholarship, Summer Bridge, Retention Completion Initiative, ELA-PCS, Staff Waiver, Third-Party (includes VA), Senior Discount. Includes new and returning students.