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Educational Planning Committee



To guide the college through the continual process of strategic educational planning that includes a systematic cycle of evaluation, integrated planning, implementation, and reevaluation. To make recommendations on issues related to the college's progress in implementing these plans successfully.

The duties of the Educational Planning Committee (EPC) shall be to:

· Develop, monitor and evaluate the Educational Master Plan.​​​
· Integrate data from the annual plans into the monitoring and evaluation of
  the Educational Master Plan.
· Integrate the information generated from program review into the revision
  of the Educational Master Plan.
· Oversee the annual planning and program review processes for
  instructional departments including updating templates.
· Review the instructional annual plans to identify themes and report the
· Oversee viability review of educational programs.
· Oversee the college response to any educationally-related accreditation
· Set and assess goals for the committee on an annual basis.
· Oversee and conduct the self-evaluation process for Senate committees. 

(Educational Planning Committee ​Charter​, Fall 2015)


12/11/2015 10:00 AM EPC Meeting 
Anna Bruzzese, Academic Senate President (2015-17)
Lyn Clark, Academic Policy Committee Representative (2014-16)
Jill Connelly, Academic Policy Committee Representative (2015-17)
Erin Hayes, Academic Senate Representative (2015-17)
Kassem Nabulsi, Academic Senate Representative (2015-17)​
Constance Moffatt, Curriculum Committee Chair (2014-16)
Margarita Pillado, Faculty Accreditation Coordinator (2014-16)
Fernando Oleas, AFT Faculty Guild Representative (2014-16)
Brian Walsh, AFT Faculty Guild Representative (2015-17)
VACANT, AFT Faculty Guild Representative 
​Sheri Berger, Vice President of Academic Affairs (by position)
Kalynda McLean, Vice President of Student Services designee (by position)
Jose-Luis Fernandez, Dean of Career and Technical Education (by position)
Oleg Bespalov, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness (by position; resource member/nonvoting)