Planning

College planning represents a systematic process whereby institutional and individual inquiry and decision-making are prompted and supported by data about student learning, student achievement, and institutional outcomes. This collaborative effort involved the analysis and meaningful interpretation of quantitative and qualitative data in describing emerging and important themes and trends that currently or could potentially impact the College, its students, and the surrounding community.

In the Fall of 2010, four strategic issues were identified as the foundation for planning at Lake Tahoe Community College: 

1. Student Access
2. Student Learning, Success, and Achievement
3. Community Engagement
4. College Sustainability
 
Building upon this foundation, the Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC) then coordinated the development of the following plans, which are regularly reviewed and updated as needed.
 
Long-Range College Plans

• Strategic Plan 2011-2017
• Full Version (Updated 7/28/16)
• Quick Look Version
• Educational Master Plan 2011-2017
• Facilities Master Plan 2014-2020
• Technology Master Plan 2012-2017
 
Other Resources

LTCC Integrated Planning Guide (2013)

Institutional Planning at LTCC

Pictured below is the hierarchy of Planning at LTCC. 

 
LTCC Institutional Planning