1. Provide robust educational programs

KPI 1.1: Graduation rates of first-time, full-time associate degree-seeking students

1.1a: Two-Year Rate

1.1b: Three-Year Rate

1.1c: Six-Year Rate

KPI 1.2: Adequate Preparation

1.2a: Percentage employed in field who feel satisfied/highly satisfied with preparation

1.2b: Percentage successfully transferred to a four-year program: 1-year retention rate


2. Develop engaged citizens

KPI 2.1: Persistence rates for first-time, full-time associate degree-seeking students

2.1a: Fall-to-spring

2.1b: Fall-to-fall

KPI 2.2: Relevant Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) questions/CCSSE Benchmarks

3. Ensure effective leadership

KPI 3.1: Total College funds expended on leadership educational opportunities

KPI 3.2: Unduplicated number of participants involved in leadership activities

3.2a: By functional area;

3.2b: Total number of participants

KPI 3.3: Percentage turnover in leadership positions

3.3a: Senior staff

3.3b: Division chairs

KPI 3.4: Community perception of college leadership


4. Deepen community partnerships

KPI 4.1: Relationships with community partners


5. Strive for state-of-the-art facilities

KPI 5.1: Deferred maintenance

KPI 5.2: Facilities master plan projects

5.2a: Percentage on-time

5.2b: Percentage completed

KPI 5.3: Percentage of Technology Fee requests granted

KPI 5.4: Percentage of equipment requests granted


6. Provide responsible management and stewardship of the College’s finances

KPI 6.1: Fund balance (reserve fund)

KPI 6.2: Operating expenses per full-time-equivalent (FTE) student

KPI 6.3: Budgeted versus actual full-time-equivalent (FTE) student

NOTE: Standards and measures for success have yet to be defined for each indicator.