Program Discontinuance: A Faculty Perspective Revisited

The 1998 Academic Senate for California Community Colleges paper, Program Discontinuance: A Faculty Perspective presented issues of program discontinuance and addressed principles and key factors for effective faculty participation in the development of fair and equitable program discontinuance processes. In 2009, an Academic Senate resolution called for an update to that paper to provide senates with information that reflects various changes regarding program discontinuance and related issues that have occurred since 1998. This paper responds to that resolution by incorporating changes that...

Crafton Hills College Integrated Planning and Program Review

At Crafton Hills College, Planning and Program Review (PPR) has become a cyclical and sustainable process that is central to integrated planning , evaluation, and resource allocation. Each unit participates in a full Program Review every four years and completes the Annual Planning questionnaire on alternate years. The documents and link provided illustrate examples of how the campus developed its planning and program review process, how the college engages in continuous quality improvement, training documents, prioritization of objectives, survey results used to inform the process, and the...