LFCC will again pursue the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Great Colleges to Work For and Honor Roll designation.  We have achieved this designation in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 – we were one of the highest ranked colleges in the nation in both 2014 and 2015 and the highest ranked in Virginia.

CONNECTION OBJECTIVE – Increase the number of LFCC fall admissions applications by 3.3%.

Actual Fall 2014 applications – 3,685

  • Target Fall 2015 – 4,017 applications
  • Target Fall 2016 – 4,349 applications

CONNECTION OBJECTIVE – Develop two new degree or certificate programs including the approval of our cyber security center by federal agencies

ENTRY OBJECTIVE – Increase admissions application enrollment yield to 60%

Actual fall 2014 applications yield – 58%

  • Target Fall 2015 – 2,370 (59%)
  • Target Fall 2016 – 2,609 (60%)

PROGRESSION OBJECTIVE – Increase fall-to-spring retention to 71%

Actual fall 2014-to-spring 2015 retention – 69.5%

  • Target – fall 2015 to spring 2016 retention  – 70%
  • Target – fall 2016 to spring 2017 retention – 71%

PROGRESSION OBJECTIVE – LFCC Workforce Training will increase the numbers of businesses returning for customized and open enrollment training by 3%.

PROGRESSION OBJECTIVE – Increase the number of employers served through college credit and noncredit courses, customized training, and other outreach efforts by 3%.

PROGRESSION OBJECTIVE – Increase fall-to-fall retention to 60%

Actual fall 2013 to fall 2014 retention – 39%

  • Target – fall 2014 to fall 2015 retention – 50%
  • Target – fall 2015 to fall 2016 retention – 60% 

COMPLETION OBJECTIVE – Increase the annual associates degrees, certificates, and career studies certificates by 260 over FY 2015

Actual 2014/2015 total awards – 1,348

  • Target – 2015/2016 total awards – 1,478
  • Target – 2016/2017 total awards – 1,608

COMPLETION OBJECTIVE – successfully implement the competency based learning program (Knowledge 2 Work – K2W) resulting in 100 CBE students pursuing competency based degree programs.

  • Target – receive SACSCOC approval of the 7 proposed CBE Programs.
  • Target – receive approval from Department of Education for CBE programs to be eligible for Title IV funding

AFFORDABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OBJECTIVES – Increase the number of financial aid applicants by 2% over 2014/2015

AFFORDABILITY AND SUSTAINABILTY OBJECTIVES – LFCC will continue to encourage the lowering of textbook costs and develop a textbook free certificate.

AFFORDABILTY AND SUSTAINABILITY OBJECTIVES

  • LFCC will increase LFCC Fundraising by 5% from 2014-15.
  • LFCC will submit a minimum of three new grant/contract proposals and will receive $200K in additional contracts or grants. 
  • LFCC will implement a planned giving program.   We will create web and print marketing materials, educate board members, establish a donor society, and steward 10 prospective planned giving donors. 

 

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