2020-2025 Contra Costa Community College Districtwide Strategic Plan
Welcome to the 2020-2025 Contra Costa Community College Districtwide Strategic Plan. This page will serve as a repository related to the
development of the Districtwide Strategic plan, containing reference information, data and other material related to the development of the
plan, as well as information regarding the planning process itself including the scheduling of public dialogues and process timeline.
This information will be accessible on the right portion of this page under the heading Resources.
The planning process was launched this Spring with the announcement by the Board of Trustees at their meeting on May 23, 2018. The
administration of the planning process is being overseen by the district's primary participatory governance body the
District Governance Council (DGC). The process is open and collaborative including multiple venues for all faculty, staff and administrators
throughout the district to plug-in and participate. The process also includes several public forums for community members to participate and
share their perspective (information on the public forums are below). Adoption of the new 2020-20205 plan is expected for the June 25, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees.
Here's a visual summarizing the planning process and the timeline:
Information on the two public forums:
October 11 Dialogue (from 2:00-5:00 in DVC's Diablo Room) will be a conversation about our institutional core values, the purpose or reason for
our existence in the communities we serve and the shared vision we have for ourselves in the future. We will discuss the role of values, purpose and
vision, how they interconnect and how they can provide coherence to are actions.
November 7 Dialogue (from 2:00-4:00 at the Winslow Center Assembly Room located at 2590 Pleasant Hill Road, Pleasant Hill. The Winslow Center is part of the
Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District) will use the feedback captured in the October Dialogue as a foundation to dialogue on the broad strategic directions
we want to orient ourselves toward over the next five years. We will review some institutional and environmental data and discuss the broader landscape of
policies and trends that will likely have an influence on our strategies.
To register for the Public Dialogues please use one of the two links:
Employees of the district (InSite login): Internal registration link
Community: External registration Link