Comprehensive Integrated Planning Process

Overview

The Comprehensive Integrated Plan (CIP) provides a roadmap to inform everything that El Camino College will do to support student access and improve student success. It serves to guide planning, decision-making, and resource allocation at all levels of the College.  El Camino College is currently in the middle of developing a new CIP which will impact the College from 2024 to 2034.

CIP Development Timeline

CIP Timeline

Participants in the CIP Development Process

For a truly impactful and transformative Comprehensive Integrated Plan, the CIP development process should involve the entire El Camino College community! 

To help with coordination, members of a Strategy Steering Committee (SSC) will serve as the primary Campus representatives throughout the CIP process. The Strategy Steering Committee members will meet throughout the CIP process to:

  • Provide information and insight to guide the Comprehensive Integrated Planning process.
  • Refine drafts and serve as a conduit to articulate the needs of their constituents while recognizing the needs of other stakeholders to collaboratively support College-wide interests. 

For a more efficient process, a subgroup of the Strategy Steering Committee, the CIP Working Group, will propose initial rough drafts for discussion with the larger Strategy Steering Committee.

In addition, several other working groups with specific areas of focus will be developing recommendations to support the Comprehensive Integrated Plan.  These supporting plans include the following plans and committees:

  • Education Plan (VP Academic Affairs & VP Student Services with the Academic and Student Services Deans)
  • Facilities Plan (Facilities Steering Committee)
  • Technology Plan (Technology Steering Committee)
  • People Plan (Human Resources Area Council)

Any proposals from the Strategy Steering Committee will be shared and refined by the broader Campus community through a series of Campus-wide summit meetings and forums.  The feedback from the broader Campus community will then inform draft plans.  Draft plans will be reviewed by various consultation committees, including the Academic Senate and College Council, for additional feedback.

Strategy Steering Committee Members

Constituency Group

Contituency Group Representative

Appointed by

Students

Charletta McNeish Royster, Connor Lai, Jose Merino, Luisa Paredes, Pia Katrina Tiqui

ASO President

Faculty

Darcie McClelland, Edwin Ambrosio, Kevin Degnan, Annette Owens, Peter Marcoux, Tiffanie Lau, Christopher Hurd, Khai Lu

Academic Senate President

Classified Staff

Gema Perez, Grace Perez, Carolyn Pineda, Wendy Lozano

ECCE President

Areas

Carlos Lopez, Christina Gold , TBD (Academic Affairs)

Jeffrey Stephenson, Dipte Patel (Student Services)

Mayra Peralta (Human Resources)

Robert Suppelsa (Administrative Services)

Area VP

Strong Workforce

David Gonzales

Strong Workforce Initiative

Professional Development Committee 

Anna Brochet

Professional Development Committee

Small Business Development Center 

Jose Anaya

Dean of Community Advancement

Technology Committee 

Crystle Martin

Technology Committee

Facilities Committee 

Shobhana Warrier

Facilities Steering Committee

Enrollment Management Committee 

Julieta O. Arámburo

Enrollment Mgmt Committee

Guided Pathways

Chris Page

Guided Pathways Advisory Committee

Student Equity and Achievement

Nayeli Oliva, Mele Makalo

VP Student Services

 

Constituency group

Advisory Members

Federation of Teachers Representative

Kelsey Iino

ECCE Representative

Roy Dietz

POA Representative

Oscar Castro

 

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