Chipola College Master Plan

The 2021-2022 Chipola College Master Plan is a component of the Chipola Model for Planning, Assessment, and Sustained Success (CoMPASS). The Master Plan addresses factors that affect college operations and responds to previous years’ institutional outcomes.

The Master Plan: (1) facilitates accomplishing the college mission, (2) supports Florida Department of Education goals, (3) addresses the Florida College System accountability measures, (4) supports the college’s Quality Enhancement Plan, (5) addresses SACSCOC principles of accreditation, and (6) addresses college policies on institutional planning.  Strategies and resources to achieve college priority outcomes are identified in the annual strategic plans (CoMPASS plans) of educational programs, administrative support units, and educational support service units.

Chipola College Mission

Chipola College provides access to quality learning opportunities toward baccalaureate degrees, associate degrees, and certificates and facilitates the economic, social, and cultural development of the college’s service area.

2020-2025 Florida Department of Education Strategic Plan Goals
  1. Higher student achievement
  2. Seamless articulation and maximum access
  3. Skilled workforce and economic development
  4. Quality efficient services
Florida College System Accountability Measures
  • Measure 1, Part 1: Enrollment of prior year public high school graduates from college district
  • Measure 1, Part 2: Student retention and success rates
  • Measure 2: Degree transfer performance in the State University System
  • Measure 3, Part 1: Licensure exam pass rates
  • Measure 3, Part 2: Vocational program completer placement rates
  • Measure 4, Part 1: Success rates of college preparatory students in reading, writing, and mathematics
  • Measure 4, Part 2: Retention, completion, and success rates of college preparatory students in AA degree program.
SACSCOC Core Requirement 7.1

The institution engages in ongoing, comprehensive, and integrated research-based planning and evaluation processes that (a) focus on institutional quality and effectiveness and (b) incorporate a systematic review of institutional goals and outcomes consistent with its mission.

SACSCOC Core Requirement 8.1

The institution identifies, evaluates, and publishes goals and outcomes for student achievement appropriate to the institution’s mission, the nature of the students it serves, and the kinds of programs offered.  The institution uses multiple measures to document student success.

College Policy 1.010

A philosophical goal of the District Board of Trustees is to establish “effective and efficient plans for achieving the long-range goals of the college.”

College Policy 1.020

The college president is charged with developing and maintaining “a master plan for the college that includes goals and objectives, sets priorities, and allows for continuous evaluation after implementation.”

Quality Enhancement Plan Goal

The goal of the Chipola College QEP is to enable students to make informed decisions regarding career goals and related educational pathways.

Note: Data pertaining to priority outcomes attainment are presented in the annual Institutional and Educational Outcomes Report.  To maintain student privacy, data pertaining to cohort groups of fewer than ten students may be omitted.

 

2021-2022 Master Plan Goals, Objectives, and Priority Outcomes

 

For additional information, contact Dr. Matthew Hughes, Chipola College Dean of Assessment, Compliance, and Grants / SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison, at hughesm@chipola.edu.