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Report to the Community
2007-2008

Gavilan College Mission
In an environment that nurtures creativity , stimulates curiosity and emphasizes student learning, Gavilan College serves its community by providing high quality educational and support services that prepare students for transfer, technical and public service careers, life-long learning and participation in a diverse global society.

2008-2012 Strategic Plan
• Optimize enrollment, course offerings and services to reflect community needs and growth • Improve student services and enhance curriculum and programs in order to help students meet their educational, career, and personal goals • Highlight student performance as a result of a Gavilan College education • Improve and expand existing facilities to enhance the learning environment • Provide appropriate technology for delivery of instruction, student support and administrative services of College operations • Recruit and develop staff to attract and retain an optimal student population • Expand Gavilan’s educational role by becoming a vital force in the development of the community • Initiate discussions related to educational programs in a multiple college district to assist in coordinating educational offerings across the district

August October December

2007-2008
July September November

Message from the President
As a state-funded agency, Gavilan College has certainly been cognizant of the current tough economic times. Fortunately, the budget compromise reached by the legislature and governor recognizes the important contributions Community Colleges make in helping California’s economy grow. Community College enrollment levels are up across the state, as unemployed workers return to college for education and retraining, and university-bound students save money by completing their lower-division coursework at community colleges. At Gavilan College, Spring enrollment is up 17%, vs. 9.5% statewide, continuing a three-year trend of doubledigit enrollment growth. Although there are cuts in the state budget, (such as eliminating the 0.68 % COLA for the current year), Gavilan College remains in a strong financial position, thanks to prudent and conservative budgeting and the participation of staff, students and faculty in an Expenditure Reduction Task Force. Through the work of the Task Force, over $860,000 in budget reductions have been identified and accepted for the current year, and additional reductions have been identified for 2009-10. No staff will be laid off, and students will not be turned away to achieve these reductions. We continue to implement Measure E – completing the purchase of land for two future campuses in Coyote Valley and San Benito County. Renovations on four main campus buildings will be completed this year. To accommodate all of the additional students seeking higher education, we are adding more portable structures and seeking additional space to rent throughout the district. We are proud to be your College of Choice.

Superintendent/President
June February April

March January

May

VOCaTIONaL / TeCHNICaL PrOGraMs 2008 Student pass rates on state licensing exams: Licensed Vocational Nursing: 95 % Registered Nursing: 83.3 % Cosmetology: 97% - 100% Aviation: 100% KeY PerFOrMaNCe INDICaTOrs
The annual Accountability Report for Community Colleges (ARCC) provides student performance data for each college in the system, and compares each college to a “peer group” of colleges with similar demographic and environmental characteristics. Indicator Gavilan College 46.4 71.1 68.7 84.6 63.7 46.6 30.7 Peer Group Peer Group High Low 54.3 74 78.1 36.9 56.2 63 62.3 52 36.5 0

Student Progress and Achievement Rate Persistence Rate

Percent of Students who earned at least 30 units Annual Successful Course Completion/ Credit Vocational Courses Annual Successful Course Completion/ Credit Basic Skills Improvement Rate/Credit Basic Skills Improvement Rate/Credit ESL

84.6 72 62

70.5

The full text of the Accountability Reporting for the Community Colleges (ARCC) report is available at: http://www.cccco.edu/Portals/4/TRIS/research/ARCC/arcc_2009_Jan2009_final.pdf

Measure e
• Land purchases have been completed for future campuses in Coyote Valley and San Benito County • The new Enterprise Resource System is in use, providing online registration and improved data management. • On the Gilroy campus, the newly renovated science buildings are in use. • Renovation is underway on the art, humanities, and music buildings • Renovation is complete for the relocated Police Academy and MIS facility.

DeGrees aND CerTIFICaTes aWarDeD 2008
AA/AS Liberal Arts and Science 121 Licenced Vocational Nursing 15 Registered Nursing 17 Cosmetology 0 Administration of Justice 21 Child Development/Early Care 9 Health Professions 19 Accounting 12 Business and Commerce 11 OfficeTechnology/ Computer Applications 7 Information Technology 3 Aviation Technology 0 Software Applications 1 Social Sciences 4 Humanities 4 Computer Programming 2 2 Speech Communication Spanish 2 Drafting Technology 1 Biology 2 Physical Education 1 1 Language Arts Fine Art 1 Film Production 1 Dramatic Arts 1 258 Certificate 0 23 17 33 8 14 0 5 2 4 5 5 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 122 Total 121 38 34 33 29 23 19 17 13 11 8 5 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 380

UC 250

CSU

200

Performance
TraNsFer raTes 2001-2008
2002/2003 2004/2005 2006/2007

150

100

50

0 2000/2001

Total Governmental Funds FY 2007-2008 (exclusive of Measure E funds)
Beginning fund balance: $ 11,117,257 Revenues: Federal State Local Total Expenditures: Academic Salaries Non-instructional Employee Benefits Books and Supplies Services & Expenses Capital Outlay Debt Service Total $ 12,354,913 7,824,356 6,636,807 1,167,237 7,116,408 814,961 2,970,688 $ 38,885,370 $ 875,348 17,393,112 22,400,787 $ 40,669,247

Net change in ending fund balance: $ 1,150,377 Ending fund balance $ 12,267,634

Measure E FY 2007-2008
Beginning fund balance: $ 11,799,270 Revenue: $ 1,602,769 Expenditures: Non-instructional Employee Benefits Books and Supplies Services & Expenses Capital Outlay Total

Budget

47,924 17,797 2,934 14,037,648 1,365,687 $ 15,471,990

Financing (bond issue) 50,250,000 Net change in ending fund balance: $36,380,779 Ending fund balance $ 48,180,049

50+ 17%

<=19 18%

Age
40-49 16% 20-24 18%

35-39 10%

30-34 10%

25-29 11%

African-American 2%

American Indian/ Alaskan Native 1%

Asian 4%

White Non-Hispanic 42%

Filipino 2%

Ethnicity

Hispanic 37% Other Non-White 1%
Unknown 0%

Unknown 11%

Pacific Islander 0%
Female 53%
Enrollment Trend

Gender

Male 47%

14000 12000 11235 10000 Headcount 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 /' /' /' /' /' /' /' /' /' /' 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 /' 08

11948 10989 9696 8373 7379

8580 8830 7587

9859 9469

students

Academic Year

Gavilan College 5055 Santa Teresa Boulevard Gilroy, CA 95020

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adminisTraTion
Steven M. Kinsella, D.B.A., C.P.A. Superintendent/President Victor S. Krimsley, Ph.D. Interim Vice President of Instruction John Pruitt Vice President of Student Services Joe Keeler, C.P.A. Vice President of Administrative Services Sherrean Carr Dean of Technical and Public Services Fran Lozano Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences Ron Hannon Dean of Physical Education/Athletics Fran Lopez Associate Dean, Disability Resource Center Rachel Perez Associate Dean, Community Development and Grants Management Anne Ratto Associate Dean of Extended Opportunity Programs and Services

Board of TrusTees
Deb Smith, President Kent Child, Vice President Mike Davenport Elvira Robinson, Esq. Laura Perry, Esq. Tom Breen, Esq. Mark Dover Andrew Williams, Student Trustee

408-848-4800 www.gavilan.edu

The Gavilan Joint Community College District is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs, employment, and all access to institutional programs and activities.

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