Administrative Planning Council
APC, in collaboration and communication with SSPC and IPC, oversees the implementation of a comprehensive process for planning and assessing administrative services [instruction/student services] based on program review, the effective integration of student learning outcomes into program activities and services, and alignment with the college’s mission and strategic goals.
Develops, implements, and evaluates an Administrative Program Plan cycle (including staffing) and makes recommendations about policy.
APC Committee Members
Jamillah Moore (College President)President's Office - President's Office
Tammy Robinson (Vice President of Instruction)Office of the Vice President, Instruction - Office of Instruction
Char Perlas (Interim Vice President, Student Services)Student Services - Vice President, Student Services
Graciano Mendoza (Vice President, Administrative Services)Vice President, Administrative Services - Division Office
Karen Engel (Dean of Planning, Research, Innovation and Effectiveness)President's Office - Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness
Megan Rodriguez Antone (Director of Community Relations and Marketing)President's Office - Marketing and Outreach
Deborah Joy (Executive Assistant)Student Services - Vice President, Student Services
Barbara Bucton (Executive Assistant to President)President's Office - President's Office
Alessandra Zanassi (Executive Assistant)Office of the Vice President, Instruction - Office of Instruction
Organization of Administrative Services
Administrative Services are organized into 6 "programs" for the purposes of Program Review and assessment of Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs). These programs are:
- Administrative Services
- Marketing and Outreach
- Planning, Research and Student Success
- Vice President of Student Services
- Vice President of Instruction
- Professional Development
The Administrative Services Annual Plan/Program Reviews are studied by the Administrative Planning Council which brings relevant recommendations to the Planning and Budgeting Council.