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06 - Planning


PVCC Strategic Planning

Strategic planning has always been a hallmark of Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC), linking the needs of the community and resource availability with delivering our core value of learning. Strategic planning at PVCC is a collaborative and inclusive process.

Ultimately, planning at PVCC is tied to the MCCCD mission, values, strategic directions and Governing Board outcomes. The PVCC Strategic Plan is linked to long-term master plans, department/unit, and operational action planning.  The college strategic plan informs the budgeting and resource allocation processes.  The strategic plan is reviewed annually and is refined and improved based on a review of internal and external factors that may impact the overall efficacy of the college to meet student, community, and stakeholder expectation. 

PVCC’s planning processes begin and end with the college’s missions and goals.  All planning processes for PVCC are managed by Institutional Effectiveness Office (IE) and are primarily implemented via input from the Strategic Planning Steering Team and the Budget Development Steering Team, whose members consist of PLT, MAT, RFP, PSA, and M&O representatives. The Strategic Planning Steering Team (SPST) is a skill-based team charged with developing and recommending the College's strategic plan, which in turn is used to guide resource allocation and budgeting.

Contact John Snelling for planning inquiries.
Contact Huu Hoang regarding budget requests.

PVCC Strategic Planning Sharepoint Portal

PVCC Strategic Plans

PVCC Planning Objective Performance Measures

PVCC Action Planning Process

PVCC Strategic Planning Committee Information

PVCC Environmental Scan Information

Strategic Planning Lineal Process

08-09 Outcomes Summary Report

Contact Us

John Snelling

Director of Research and Institutional Effectiveness
602.787.6840            Office: G130

Brandon Mesanko

Coordinator of Institutional Effectiveness
602.787.6841            Office: G131

Ellen Hedlund

Coordinator of Institutional Effectiveness

Jaime Adriance

Research Associate
602.787.6842            Office: G132

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