CPC is the highest participatory governance committee at Cabrillo College and serves as the constituency recommending body to the president. This committee is responsible for the planning and oversight of all participatory governance committees that report to CPC, and is responsible for the review, evaluation and continuous improvement of the participatory governance process, procedures and committee structure. CPC is charged with the overall recommendations that come to the president regarding all institutional planning, strategic and focus planning, and all board policies and administrative procedures.
Develop a Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan: Working through CPC as a forum for final review, Cabrillo representatives will develop an enrollment management plan that highlights outreach, marketing, course scheduling, and registration strategies that are designed to improve the College's enrollment across various demographic and regional groups
In line with Board/CEO Goal 5: CPC representatives will review policies and procedures with an equity lens that seeks to root out racist biases and practices.
Establish a President's Advisory Committee that features widespread community participation and serves as a forum for community engagement and solicitation of ideas for improved college-community relations.
Promote professional development activities and policy changes that make the college an institution that intentionally counters systemic bias toward and oppression of marginalized groups and communities.
Promote policies, practices, and activities that improve and increase Cabrillo College enrollment outreach services to adult learners as well as local K-12 students, particularly high school students within marginalized populations, featuring scholarship and grant opportunities. Cast a wider net, become a statewide/western state's leader.
Continue work to update policies and procedures to remain in step with legal and regulatory changes.
CPC is the shared governance body responsible for reviewing and advising on:
Mission/Vision Statements reviewed, and aligned with college input and accreditation standard updates – per CPC three year review cycle
Develop liaison task force to the board and college constituencies regarding possible bond
Review and recommend changes to board policy and administrative procedure
Review and recommend Program Plan Resource Requests
Review and recommend Institutional Planning documents, timelines and outcomes
Review and recommend participatory governance goals and outcomes
Review budgetary assumptions and recommendations
*asterisk denotes reference to the Cabrillo College Strategic Plan
Who They Report To
The College Planning Committee advises and makes recommendations to the President on college matters that are consistent with the college mission requiring broad institutional input in service to our students, the college, and community. CPC is the shared governance body responsible for overseeing and evaluating the following plans:
College Strategic Plan - September 2019 - Identifies short term (five year) goals and strategies to support student success
Meetings are generally held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 2 - 4 p.m. in SAC East 225, however they are currently being held via Zoom. Special meetings will be called when needed. All meetings are open to the general college community.
Link to Agendas and Minutes
Chair and Member Listing
Dr. Matthew Wetstein, (Chair – non-voting) Superintendent / President
Dr. Robin McFarland, Interim Asst. Superintendent / Vice President, Instruction
Dr. Bradley Olin, Asst. Superintendent / Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services
Amy Lehman-Sexton, Asst. Superintendent / Vice President, Student Services
Delana Miller, Director, Business Services
Paul Harvell, Dean, HASS
Tobin Keller, Faculty Union President
Kimberly Manfield, Faculty Member, Vice President, CCFT
Anna Zagorska, Faculty Senate President
Michelle Morton, Faculty Senate Member, Faculty Senate Vice President
Teresa Macedo, Faculty Senate Member
Alta Northcutt, Classified Union President
Amy Mahoney, Confidential Representative
Buff McKinley, Classified Staff Representative
Student Senate President or Designee
15 Total (14 voting members)
Communication Between the CPC and Other Planning Bodies of the College: The intent is to have as much transparency as possible. In the spirit of this intent, sharing of agendas and a summary of relevant planning topics from Cabinet and other bodies will be shared in advance or presented regularly to the CPC. Affected groups include: Cabinet, Instructional Council, Council on Instructional Planning, Administrative Leadership Team, and Component Manager Groups. See the Cabrillo College Decision Making Process and the Integrated Planning and Resource Request Process.