Listening Tour

quick stats - 112 academic and administrative units, 1500 individuals

Cumbersome travel policies and procedures prolong reimbursements

faculty staff positions

Restore Faculty and Staff positions lost during budget reductions


Break down silos! Cross-divisional collaboration is needed to ensure student success


Invest in technology and upgrade classrooms/labs



Developing a multi-year budget funding model that will provide data on faculty hiring and support data-informed decision-making.


Travel policy

The first “Creative Solutions and Process Redesign” effort launched to review and re-imagine our policies and procedures. The committee, with assistance from the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, is focusing on revising policy and incorporating best practices and technology.

profesional development

Professional Development

Through the Office of Training & Professional Development, offering numerous in-person classes on a variety of subjects.

summer session

Summer session

In 2016, the self-supported classes were offered at a rate that’s closer to the state rate paid during the regular academic year. Attendance grew by 29 percent, and sections grew 19 percent. Summer 2017 will continue the tuition fee trend and expanded course offerings and sections.



Added a new Bronco Shuttle stop by the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center. Updated shuttle hours to better match with the Foothill Transit bus schedules and reduce wait times. New bus shelters added along Temple Avenue.



 New Employee Welcome (NEW) site

March 5, 2015 Administrative Affairs - Associate Vice Presidents
March 5, 2015 College of Engineering Tour
March 6, 2015 Student Affairs Leadership
March 6, 2015 College of Environmental Design Tour
March 9, 2015 The Collins College of Hospitality Management
March 10, 2015 College of Education & Integrative Studies Tour
March 11, 2015 College of Business Administration Tour
March 11, 2015 Academic Affairs - Associate Provost & Associate Vice Presidents


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