The intent of this publication is to illustrate the policies and practices of how decision-making processes at East Los Angeles College (ELAC) integrate into the overall Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation cycle of the college. ELAC has sought to establish structures, procedures, and policies that promote student success and utilize campus shared governance processes.
The Governance Policy Handbook serves as a guide for students, faculty, staff and administrators who desire to be or are already involved in college planning and other campus-wide decisions. This handbook includes descriptions of college processes and policies, college committees, and a schedule of college planning, evaluation, implementation and re-evaluation.
The strategic planning structure at East Los Angeles College reflects the college’s commitment to shared governance and to obtaining campus-wide and community input on college goals and objectives that will shape the college’s future. The first objective of the college planning structure was to revise and modify the existing college mission to better reflect changes in the college, the surrounding community, and pedagogical developments. The culmination of this process was a revised Strategic Plan that was based on campus-wide dialog and discussion on relevent campus data.
Strategic Plan 2011-2017
Strategic Plan Data report
Revised Strategic Plan: Includes integrated objectives from the Educational, Facilities and Technology Master Plans.
Educational Master Plan:
The Educational Master Plan serves as the college’s guiding strategy on educational issues and seeks to fulfill the College Mission and Strategic Goals through the implementation of educational objectives.
To view Previous Master Plans please go here
To view planning and other training documents, please go here