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I am David Levinson I want to thank the.Board of Regents and Marko Jake in being.given the opportunity to lead the.Connecticut State Community College I.have been privileged to be part of our.community colleges since 2004 what drew.me to Connecticut was the incredible.warmth and receptivity that I received.from students faculty and staff.throughout the interviewing process now.it's some 16 years later but in the.words of the immortal Yogi Berra it's.like deja vu all over again.I am a baseball fan and a major fan of.the New York Mets these feelings of.belonging have only intensified now I.have the benefit of 16 years of.experience that I hope will it put me to.lead during these challenging times.during the past months we have come.together to provide steadfast support.for our students in respond to the kovat.19 pandemic.we've been united in our efforts to.nurture student success a task that has.extended far beyond our virtual.classrooms to include food physical and.mental health community colleges will.play a central role in restoring.Connecticut's economy as we respond to.the unprecedented education workforce.training and health needs of our.citizens during the next 45 minutes we.will take you on a guided tour of the.proposed structure of Connecticut State.Community College focusing on academic.student affairs and enrollment.management we will show you a structure.that is driven by our desire for Student.Success in equity.those guiding principles and priorities.are the bedrock of our new institution.and you will see these on the screen.these principles and priorities as.articulated by the Board of Regents.resonate with my deeply held values.student success in equity which for me.are integral parts of social justice.have long been a driving force for me.whether it be marching in Washington.against the it Nam war yes I am that all.being an outspoken critic of the.administration when I was an.undergraduate at SUNY New Paltz my.mother feared that the president was.going to suspend me for deciding to.become a sociologist.I've been motivated throughout my life.to do what I consider to be the right.thing and now establishing the.Connecticut State Community College is.the right thing to do for the first.seven years of my career I was a.full-time faculty member teaching.sociology once I began to teach at a.community college it soon became.apparent that the profession did not.treat us community college faculty with.respect as a result I joined with others.and brought our grievances to the.attention of the American Sociological.Association recently I had the.opportunity to co-chair the American.sociology Association Task Force on.community college faculty where we.surveyed community college faculty from.throughout the nation resulting in a.number of recommendations regarding the.importance of reaching out to community.college faculty so that they felt more.welcomed in the profession and what's.also very important we were the only.task force in the history of the.American Sociological Association to.publish our findings in the form of.articles in a refereed journal that's.what community college faculty can do I.had the honor to serve as president of.normal Community College for 15 years.and concurrently as vice president of.community colleges for eight years.I saw.firsthand how NCC students benefited.from the dedication of staff and faculty.largesse of the NCC foundation.innumerable community-based partnerships.I also experienced the beautiful.diversity of our students so they.represented 87 nations and spoke 54.languages.statewide close to 50% of the students.enrolled in our community colleges are.either African American worse or.Hispanic or come from a historically.underserved population Community College.and specifically Connecticut State.Community College will serve as an.engine for their social mobility and for.the hundreds of thousands of Connecticut.residents who have some college but no.degree or certificate as we create.Connecticut State Community College.maintaining the local identity of our.campuses is critical our students are.placed based and receive a numerable.support from local college foundations.and community-based service providers I.assure you that the unique attributes of.our campuses will not only be preserved.but strengthened by Connecticut State.Community College in collaboration with.our regional presidents college.presidents and CEOs we will have the.opportunity to pursue philanthropic.opportunities as one College dedicated.with equalizing and enhancing higher.education attainment for all statewide.initiatives of what draws the interest.of funders and now we will have the.opportunity to scale up innovations.throughout the state of Connecticut all.too often our students do not complete a.credential a degree or certificate and.this has tragic consequences in terms of.lifelong learning and overall well being.trained as a sociologist I am mindful of.the.barriers and inequities that our.students face most important I look at.our community colleges as agents of.equity as president I had the privilege.of congratulating thousands of graduates.walking across the commencement stage.seeing the immense gratitude conveyed in.their eyes although this year we'll.celebrate the accomplishments of our.graduates virtually please revel in.their joy for you have played an.instrumental role in their success as we.create Connecticut State Community.College we will benefit from the bounty.of research Community College student.success that has mushroomed over the.past decade organized organizations such.as the community college Research Center.at Teachers College Columbia University.MDRC jobs for the future and achieving.the dream in which all of our colleges.are now members provide methodologically.sound studies that pinpoint determinants.of student success and starting next.academic year we will ramp up.guided pathways and holistic case.management our colleges which are proven.strategies for students to succeed.working with our college presidents and.CEOs it is my responsibility to assure.that our current institutions meet New.England Commission on Higher Education.nettie standards as we transition into.Connecticut State I served as a D ask.Commissioner for six years and have deep.knowledge of nettie accreditation.standards complying with our regional.accreditation standards it's a top.priority for me and it's something that.I am deeply dedicated to do I look.forward to working with you to make.Connecticut State Community College a.reality now it's my pleasure to turn it.over to.- great this Santa's from the CSC you.system office who will be providing us.with more information as well as an.introduction to the organizational chart.for Connecticut State Community College.dr. DeSantis Thank You president.Levinson good afternoon everyone I'm.Greg DeSantis associate vice president.of Student Success and academic.initiatives for CSC you I've been.working on the Academic Affairs and.enrollment management and student.affairs sections of the organizational.chart with a team that you're seeing.here today let me begin by providing you.with some logistics about this webinar.first the full organizational chart is.available at WWDC t edu slash SF / org.that's SF as in students first and orj.WWC t edu slash SF o RG this page is.live now there may be some of you who.are only viewing this webinar by phone.or others who might have a tough time.seeing all the detail of the.organizational chart in the webinar if.you visit WWE te d u / SF / o RG you can.zoom in and focus on all details of the.chart presentation you're seeing today.will also be posted on this site next I.encourage you to submit any questions.you have about this presentation or the.organizational chart my friends can be.emailed to see SCC questions.ComNet edu that's.cscc qu est IO ms @ ComNet edu that.email address to send your questions to.is live right now and again CSEC.questions at ComNet edu at the.conclusion of the presentation will.answer some of your questions that you.email to us during this presentation and.we'll use all questions to help assemble.a frequently asked questions document.that will also be available in the near.future if you have more questions after.the presentation please feel free to.also send that over to CSCC questions.ComNet edu this presentation is recorded.and again it will be posted on WWC edu.slash SF slash org today's presentation.will be delivered by some of the interim.leadership of Connecticut State.community pilots all of whom now serve.in these roles under President Levinson.now some key points about the.organizational chart itself today we are.presenting the structure for two.divisions of the college academic.affairs as well as enrollment management.and student affairs this organizational.chart is not intended to reflect how.things get done it is simply a structure.of leadership and reporting lines as.such you will not see support staff or.administrative positions.these are critical positions to college.operations and will be included in.Connecticut State Community College they.just are not on charts that were sharp.sharing today.similarly it's not our intention to.capture specific headcount.at each campus at this point on the.organizational charts the structure is.one component of how Connecticut State.Community College furthers our mission.and goals of student success in order to.fulfill our mission we need to build.capacity we will need more people.working for Connecticut State Community.College then we currently have across.our 12 colleges today we need more.people like you will help our students.succeed finally this structure will.influence policies processes and.decision making but I would like to be.clear.it is not a replacement participatory.governance which is foundational to our.work here is the first page of the.organizational chart note that the.organizational chart is color-coded with.a key at the bottom left the orange.boxes our system office positions.individuals like president oj peon and.provost gates lead all the institutions.in the CSC you system blue boxes are.college positions the leadership of.Connecticut State Community College.including people like president Levinson.Provost rook and vice president Buckley.the green boxes are regional positions.individuals like our three regional.presidents and our regional workforce.officers the purple boxes our campus.positions this includes the twelve CEOs.campus administrators our faculty and.our staff before I came to the system.office I spent almost a decade working.directly with students at Housatonic.Community College took this system job.with one goal in mind to bring people.together from across the system to.improve our policies practices and.structure so that more community college.students reach their goals this.approaches to change is known as guided.pathways only a fraction of our students.currently complete credentials and the.numbers are far worse for minoritized.students you've probably heard this and.seen the data in response hundreds of.staff faculty and administrators have.been working together for the past few.years to implement guided pathways so.that student completion rates can.improve organizational structure of.Connecticut State Community powers was.built using this guided pathways.approach the structure is designed to.drive the success.of our institution our students and the.state of Connecticut together we've been.afforded the opportunity to dream what.Connecticut State Community College can.be the use guided pathways as the.foundation for what will become in 2023.one of the largest community colleges in.the country my enrollment will be in the.top 20 of all types of higher education.institutions nation nation wide this.enables us to build a structure that can.deliver on all the local and national.best practices policies and procedures.so that we both might improve outcomes.for our students and also close our.massive equity gap it's not my pleasure.to turn it over to dr. Michael rope good.afternoon everyone.my name is Michael rook and currently I.serve as president of North Western.Connecticut Community College and it's.my pleasure to have been asked to serve.as interim provost and vice president of.academic affairs for the Connecticut.State Community College I've worked with.in the Connecticut Community College.System.for the past 15 years in many different.roles so this is an academic division.director at Manchester Community College.for three years then as Dean of Academic.Affairs had Tunxis Community College for.six years for the past four and a half.years I've served as president of North.Western Connecticut Community College.right am i joining the community college.system I was an assistant and then.associate professor of chemistry at the.University of hadrons I am delighted to.begin the work of helping to reimagine.our organization and to begin building.what will be a new Community College.with around 78,000 students.approximately 48,000 credit students and.another 30,000 non-credit students this.will easily be one of the largest.community colleges in the country and.certainly the largest college or.university in Connecticut this will come.complex and it will require creative and.talented people and it will take time.for me the driving force is that we.build it right for our students we owe.it to them to build an organization that.meets their needs and makes it easier.for them to succeed that was true before.the coronavirus but it's so especially.true now now that their lives have been.turned upside down I think everyone will.agree.Connecticut's community colleges have.never been resourced the way we'd like.them to be the structure may seem large.and complex but remember we've never.tried to show an organization that.spells.spend 12 campuses before the actual.number of staff in the organizational.chart has been benchmarked with likewise.institutions across the country to have.a comparable organizational structure.the organizational structure also tries.to avoid having to make do with too few.staff and everybody wearing too many.hats I will give a brief overview of the.academic affairs division which is.broken up into seven areas first.academic programs and curriculum this is.the heart of the academic affairs.division and contains all of the.curriculum.Dean's and full-time and part-time.faculty roots by academic discipline to.allow for collaboration across the.institution next we have quality.assurance and strategic planning this.includes accreditation both regional and.specialized I manage here along with.program review and strategic planning.from the organization as a whole.next we have course delivery scheduling.and catalog this department will oversee.how we schedule and deliver our courses.do we have the correct technology in the.facilities across all 12 campuses as.well as manage their single College.Catalog next we have higher education.transitions this includes bridge.programs dual enrollment and first-year.experience.next we have teaching and learning this.includes faculty professional.development as well as the center for.teaching live your services tutoring.services and disability support services.next we have institutional effectiveness.and assessment regionally supported with.input of data from the campuses and.finally we have the title 9 coordinator.will oversee all title 9 compliance and.receives all title I'll issues from the.campuses I'll leave the details to be.discussed by my colleagues let me make a.few closing comments on what is critical.here our accrediting body Nietzsche has.made it abundantly clear last summer.that we need an academic affairs.structure that could support an.institution of this size to manage all.of this we're going to need a lot of.people who are committed to this work we.will need to avoid duplication of roles.across 12 campuses in order to become.one college we will definitely be.needing to hire some great people over.the coming years into these roles.providing great opportunities for anyone.looking for career advancement in the.near future I look forward to being able.to recruit amazing and committed people.who are committed to this work and able.to share in this vision it is now my.pleasure hand off to my colleague Mike's.the finalists to cover some of the key.functions in academic affairs good.afternoon this is Michael Stefano it's.in front of associate vice president of.academic and student affairs for CSC you.before I came to the system office I.spent over 20 years working with.students faculty and staff in both.academic affairs and student affairs at.Manchester as Nunn tuck and tongue says.community colleges my experience informs.the areas I will speak about in the.academic affairs organizational chart.having served at institutions of various.sizes and now more broadly at the system.level I've seen the differences that.exist within our system and among our.institutions related to the capacity and.the ability.to bring best practices to scale you.will see that we have identified.associate vice-president positions for.major academic areas and functions work.etiquette state Community College this.is for multiple reasons but primarily.because a college of this size needs.specialists who have expertise in these.complex areas she specifically noted in.a feedback we've received that we needed.to build administrative capacity for.such a large college Connecticut State.Community College with hundreds of.faculty academic programs courses and.course sections needs to provide.consistent and quality offerings this.requires specific leadership and.expertise in the areas the provost rook.mentioned academic programs and.curriculum Quality Assurance.accreditation and strategic planning.course delivery scheduling and catalog.higher education transitions teaching.and learning institutional effectiveness.and assessment in title nine.coordination one could look at two.examples to see the challenge of.bringing best practices to scale dual.enrollment and prior learning assessment.both areas that can be further developed.at Connecticut State Community College.well excellent work is being done at.some colleges not all students and all.locations have access to the same high.quality programs and experiences.this may be due to financial or other.limitations it could be bridged under.the lung College umbrella leadership.will be needed to coordinate the.logistics of offering a single college.statewide at 12 campuses along with.assuring quality programs and.institutional effectiveness I personally.witnessed the challenges faculty of face.and the resources required to implement.quality assessment and institutional.effectiveness measures across multiple.programs and colleges a consistent.streamlined approach for a single.College will allow those involved in.this work to focus on the quality of the.work rather than the quantity of these.efforts.these slides in the academic area also.lists a number of director level.positions and functions that need to be.coordinated at the single college level.some of these are needed to offer an.accredited statewide college with 48,000.credit students at 12 campuses others.are to ensure quality of programs.services and offerings for all students.our students deserve the best academic.programs the best transitional programs.the best dual enrollment offerings the.best schedule of courses and the most.effective programming such a structure.can provide this state line I would now.like to turn the presentation over to.dr. Francine Rosselli who will discuss.the academic programs and curriculum.section of the shark thanks Mike hi.everyone I'm Francine Rosselli and I've.been asked to serve as the interim.associate vice president of academic.programs and curriculum for Connecticut.State Community College some of you may.know me for my system through the system.work in which I've been involved like.guided pathways achieving a dream or.general education but many of you.probably don't because I spent most of.the last 25 plus years just being a.psychology professor the last 16 at MCC.this chart shows where all of our.faculty and all of our academic programs.and curriculum will live like will.highlight a few features of what we're.proposing here first in keeping with.guided pathways principles faculty.departments are organized within areas.of study as developed by the guided.pathways choice architecture team you'll.see that we have six areas of study.Social and Behavioral Sciences education.and public service Health Careers dam.manufacturing industry and technical.careers business and hospitality and.humanities and creative arts each of.these is overseen by an area of study.Dean's within each area of study an.associate dean will support individual.disciplines and programs or groups of.related disciplines and programs.you can see some examples here the.Associate Dean of psychology education.dark and disability specialist Associate.Dean of Nursing.associate dean of English and so on I.also want to point out that as busy as.this chart appears we don't yet have all.departments and programs listed remember.this is a work in progress.don't panic if you don't see your.department or if you think you're listed.in the wrong place everyone will have an.area of study home and if you have ideas.about where that home should be you can.certainly email me okay faculty will.work directly with colleagues across.Connecticut State Community College who.share their disciplines and programs.this is something that I am personally.very excited about I remember the old.system-wide professional days that one.day a year where we would get to talk.with our discipline colleagues from.across the system that will now be our.everyday reality and although our.departments will be college wide faculty.will still maintain local control for.hiring adjunct and academic assistance.lastly one of the features of this.design that I am most proud of is that.we are creating an infrastructure to.support faculty it is clear from guided.pathways research and from our own.research at our colleges how important.it is for students to have a personal.relationship with someone at their.college our successful students report.that what helps them the most was having.a person on campus and advisor a.professor the cashier in the cafeteria.so I'm going to check in on them ask how.classes are going answer their questions.and help them problem-solve what I.realize at the end of every academic.year and especially this one is that it.isn't just students who need that person.we all do let me share with you my.typical end of the year tailspin see if.this sounds familiar to any of you the.calendar turns to May and there are 160.papers on my desk that need grading my.inbox is overflowing emails from.students whose lives are falling apart.emails from committee chairs who want to.wrap up work before summer emails and.publishers who think they have exactly.what my students need and want to talk.to me about it right now.emails from my game reminding me that my.a our proposal.my department action plan and my Genet.assessment reports are all do and I.haven't even started them yet they still.have finals to give and on the entire.campus it can only find one photocopier.that seems to be working and so it goes.the particulars of this semester are a.little different of course because we're.not on campus but the feeling is the.same come May I really need a person to.many of us have been feeling the strain.of a lack of continuity and leadership.at our campuses turnover position.changes interim appointments we've also.been understaffed and under resourced.for years.and we're all chipping in somewhere to.pick up the slack without consistency in.administration and staffing without to.people our jobs are that much harder and.that means students don't always get our.best no matter how hard we try the.strength of this design is that it.provides that critical infrastructure at.both the campus level which dr. Harris.will talk about and at a central.administrative level in this model we.will all have the support we need to do.our job successfully and in turn to help.our students be successful.next dr. Tanya Milner will describe the.teaching and learning section of the.chart Thank You Fran good afternoon.my name is Tanya Milner I have been a.member of the Manchester community.college team for the past 15 years I've.been asked to serve as interim associate.vice president of teaching and learning.the Connecticut State Community College.I feel fortunate to be a part of this.extraordinary team today as we embark.upon this unprecedented effort in.Connecticut in the 28 years I have.worked in higher education in the four.years and K through 12 prior to that I.have never felt more excited and nervous.at the same time what my experiences as.an English faculty member a satellite.campus director and assistant director.an academic program coordinator and.academic division director and academic.dean and most recently on campus CEO.have all taught me is student.persistence and retention our most.heavily influenced by classroom.experiences and frequent interactions.with faculty and staff as president.emeritus of miami-dade College Eduardo.Padron States the most powerful tool the.most powerful resource we have to make a.real difference in student retention.success and completion is effective.teaching the Connecticut State Community.College's associate vice president of.teaching and learning position was.designed to provide strong dynamic.academic and administrative leadership.but even more importantly to manage the.design for academic efforts that enhance.the student experience and provide for.more meaningful access inclusion and.belonging and also to oversee the.development of relevant academic.supports to encourage student success.and retention we will do this through.collaboration between faculty academic.affairs and student affairs teams we.will create professional development.opportunities in the exploration of new.models of pedagogy and innovative.technologies while supporting enrollment.strategies and initiatives our teams.will also provide direction and.coordination to ensure accountability.effectiveness and efficiency using.evidence in our academic student success.services our vision of the a VP of.teaching and learning position is to.support faculty and staff throughout all.12 campuses best navigate familiar.challenges that seem to remain with us.semester after semester by providing a.college-wide approach to professional.development we will be better equipped.to overcome barriers to enrollment.persistence transfer and graduation for.all our students across all communities.we will create opportunities for faculty.and staff to gather as often as possible.to determine the many practices that are.working well for us and how we.can continue to support those efforts we.will also come together to discern and.discuss what is not working so well and.how we can pivot to more effectively.integrate best practices into our.institution to serve our students needs.and address the concerns across our many.constituencies next we will transition.the discussion to enrollment management.and student affairs with dr. Gregg De.Santis and dr. Allison Buckley thank you.dr. Miller and hello again everyone the.structure of enrollment management and.student affairs that you're about to see.was built using the same guided pathways.approach we used in academic affairs the.guided pathways changes in enrollment.management and student affairs that we.began together have been accelerated.since the arrival of dr. Allison Buckley.the next slides thanks Greg good.afternoon everyone for those of you I.haven't met yet I wanted to share that I.moved to Connecticut last March.precisely because of the statewide.commitment to Student Success.I was initially hooked by the commitment.to make good on the traditional.Community College promise of the open.door as outlined in students first in.the past year I have become even more.dedicated as I have gotten to know many.of you and spent time learning about.your campuses and meeting your students.I have over 15 years of experience.working at enrollment driven.institutions most recently at Howard.Community College in Connecticut in.Columbia Maryland UC Connecticut is.already home to me now and I am very.excited to be at the point to share this.draft with you today for the next.section I would like to walk through the.organizational charts for the enrollment.management and student affairs division.I have sure.that's to EMSA beginning with page 8.which is an overview of the positions.reporting to me I'd like to start with.some broad comments about my division.this structure is driven by two goals.the first is to organize people in an.optimal way to achieve the mission of.Student Success and the second is to.build organizational capacity to ensure.that every student regardless of.location receives the same level of.support to achieve both short-term and.long-term academic goals I really want.to stress this fact about building.capacity I hope that this introduction.is not stress inducing especially now.regarding staffing for those of you who.are watching or listening today it's.clear to me that EMSA needs more staff.not less in addition this structure was.designed to support the complexity of.one of the largest geographically.distributed community colleges in the.country and finally it is built to.enable the dissemination of standard.policies procedures interpretations best.practices and training and with that I'm.going to move on to page 9 of the.organizational chart this chart shows.admissions and outreach we currently.operate as 12 distinct institution the.structure I'm presenting today provides.a way to bridge our current differences.it connects people doing common work to.ensure that no one is on the periphery.regardless of the size or location of.your campus you may also notice that.some roles are becoming more defined.specialized.and when we move on to page 10 the.College Registrar's Office you will see.that as with admissions the structure.balances the need for specialization.that is appropriate for a large complex.Community College with the very.pragmatic need for student facing roles.that can be generalists and we can see.this balance even more clearly as we.look closely at the associate registrar.of operations I envision a one-stop shop.on every campus that is a point of both.triage and student advocacy staff are.organized in order for students to have.questions answered quickly for.challenging cases and there are.challenging cases staff will be able to.quickly identify the appropriate person.to resolve a problem that's a benefit of.specialization the regional structure.you see on this slide is designed to.support training and development and.ensures consistent levels of service and.support we see a similar regional.structure that supports professional.development and the dissemination.policies procedures interpretations and.best practices in financial aid services.on page 11 as I mentioned earlier this.structure was designed to support the.community college mission of Student.Success it is also about positioning.Connecticut State Community College as a.world-class institution to do that I.believe that we need a structure that.supports the growth and advancement of.professional staff I say this here.because on this slide you can see as one.example that the structure allows for.staff to choose a specialization or.perhaps several over time or choose a.broader role that.handles a variety of issues that could.change daily even hourly as a specialist.on a campus by providing professional.pathways with both breadth and depth I.think the college will develop and.retain staff for the long haul and I.think demonstrate a commitment not only.to our students also to our employees.building an organizational structure.that provides for the development of the.next generation of community college.leaders is extremely important to me.another area I oversee within the.division of enrollment management and.student affairs include Student Success.management on page 12 of the.organizational chart Gregg would you.like to make a few remarks on this page.thanks Alyson in April the board.approved the holistic case management.advising policy which marks the.beginning of the guided pathways.advising model very excited about this.because guided pathways advising will.enable us to better serve and support.our Connecticut State Community College.students under guided pathways advising.all students will be assigned an advisor.will work with them from entry to.completion all students will create a.personalized academic and career plan.with clear steps transfer or graduation.the advisor to student ratio will be.reduced to 250 to one and a Student.Success technology platform will be.adopted as you can see in the.organizational chart this will be led by.an associate vice president of Student.Success management reports to dr..Buckland three regional advising.directors will report to the associate.vice president each campus will have a.campus advising lead and many guided.pathways advisors far more.visors on each campus than we have today.and as you can see the associate vice.president of Student Success management.will also oversee the office of veterans.and the office of Career Services fifth.department in the EM subdivision Student.Support Services and I would like to.highlight here that staffing will be.appropriately sized for each campus as.Greg mentioned earlier the structure as.presented today outlines functions.leadership and reporting lines this is.not intended to represent a full and.complete headcount of the institution.the last department that reports to me.is student information systems data and.reporting which is on page 14 of the.organizational chart currently functions.that are met by the system office will.be moved to the college office and that.is a very quick tour of EMSA I realize.that this is a lot to digest you will.have the opportunity for additional.discussions I would just like to wrap up.by reiterating a few points the.organizational chart is not intended to.reflect how things get done our.structure will certainly influence.policies processes and decision-making.but it will not replace governance the.organizational structure is only one.component of how Connecticut State.Community College aligns our mission and.our goals of student success finally we.need to build capacity we will need more.staff to achieve our mission and with.that I would like to pass the baton to.dr. Duncan Harris CEO of capital.Community College Duncan.Thank You Allison everybody I'm Duncan.Harris the newly appointed CEO of.Capital Community College and this being.appointed yesterday I've been in serving.in the role of campus CEO for almost two.years now.and was part of our systems first class.of CEOs prior to my role as CEO I've.served at Manchester Community College.for 22 years in various capacities.including test administrator counselor.coordinator of academic advising.associate dean of academic affairs.interim dean of academic affairs and.Dean of Student Affairs for eight years.I also worked for a year in the system.office as the founding executive.director of the Student Success Center.I've committed my professional career to.Connecticut's community colleges and the.transformative impact we have on the.lives of students that put their trust.in us I've been involved with the.students first initiative in some.capacity since the early stages three.years ago and I'm excited about the.progress we've made what we are building.model 21st century Community College.during my 24 years in the system at.Witness the struggles campuses have.faced trying to move the Student Success.needle for all students and the.struggles campuses have faced for all.students as we try to move the Student.Success needle and and wear of the.inherited inequity that exists across.our state and system the new college.gives us the opportunity to address.equity gaps and fully leverage our.resources the school technological and.most important human to the benefit of.our students and state at scale as.vested as anyone in the success of our.students and believe the model we.employing preserves the best aspects of.what has served our communities since.the founding of our colleges in the.early 1960s while at the same time being.innovative efficient and equity minded.thus positioning us for 2023 and beyond.today's presentation I've been asked to.provide.an overview of the campus view slide.there are two sides to the slide.positions in pink are housed on our.campuses and as you can see there are.more pink boxes than any other the.campuses are the heart of the.organization and the model ensures that.there are enough student facing.personnel to increase engagement a key.factor in student success the positions.in green are regional positions and our.house on one of the campuses in their.corresponding region the blue positions.are college office positions on the left.side of the chart positions will report.to the CEO these individuals will focus.on three areas faculty and student.related daily operational needs.including IT support on the campus.programming and activities.administrative functions that include.the physical plant payments and safety.and finally Community Relations and.development which includes grant.activity and the foundation positions on.the right side which were identified in.the previous slides of this presentation.will report to an academic or AMSA.regional or central office position and.cover the campus functions identified in.the chart regardless of the reporting.lines or colors of the boxes this.personnel will work seamlessly together.and structures will be created to.achieve campus goals that align and.support the overarching student success.goals of our one College one of the key.attributes of the new college is that it.is a highly matrix organization matrix.organizations have individuals that may.officially report an individual at an.alternate site while performing daily.operations and job functions locally.capital piloted matrix Singh years ago.when our director of IT retired we.didn't replace the position our.associate director assumed increased.responsibilities and reported directly.to the system office it's worked well.for us with no diminished support and if.anything has been the opposite with.access to more technical assistance and.resources associate director.is a key member of our local enrollment.management committee administrative.council and other college groups.effective communication is key in matrix.organizations and she regularly provides.updates to me and the associate dean of.administrative affairs on campus IT.models matters there are also other.examples of matrix things already in.place earlier this year institutional.research and Human Resources also.transferred to reporting lines in a.matrix to model these individuals are.part of the campus fiber and are fully.engaged in campus life and activity so.as I wrap up perhaps one of the key.takeaways from this slide there's no.matter what side of the chart one finds.themselves the way we will all work.together will be seamless.as mentioned previously we'll have.additional webinars on each of the areas.in the future that will provide more.detail and opportunities for feedback.David Levinson is up next to wrap up.today's presentation thank you thank you.dr. Harris I know that there's a lot to.digest from our presentation this.afternoon and I'm sure it will generate.a lot of questions and concerns.regardless of where you stand it is my.hope that we can rally together to.address the challenges and opportunities.that remain ahead you plan to have.Connecticut State Community College.operational by fall 2022 so that we can.begin admitting students for the 2020.3:24 academic year again please keep in.mind this structure that we presented.today is a draft.what's also really important my.leadership team wants to hear your.thoughts and feedback so if you would.like to schedule a meeting with a.counselor campus team please contact.Victoria Thomas her email address is th.om a sv Connecticut CT edu that's again.Victoria Thomas.CH o mas v @ CT edu so now let's spend.the remind the remainder of our time.this afternoon to answer any questions.that you have thank you so much for.being part of our presentation.

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