2019-2022 Student Equity Plan Executive Summary
The Mission College 2019-2022 Student Equity Plan focused on improving racial equity outcomes for African American, Latinx, 1st Generation, Filipinx, Pacific Islander, and Students with Disabilities.
Major Goals Accomplished
Major goals accomplished during this period included the Mission College Umoja Community, Anti-Racism Dialogs, expansion of the Equity Office, Classified Senate Creating Spaces Series, the Student Leadership and Engagement Institute, and the Academic Senate endorsement of Culturally Responsive Classroom Practices.
Resources budgeted to achieve these goals include SEA Program funding, HSI-STEM funding, AANAPISI funding, and District Land Corporation funding. Over a three-year period (FY 2019 – FY 2021), $7,220,957 was spent on salaries/benefits and $220,446 was spent on operating/program costs.
Accomplishing the Goals
Accomplishment of these goals have led to developing a greater sense of belonging for our African American students, investments in equity/anti-racism professional learning, incorporation of the student voice into decision-making, and developing a culture of equity and inclusion to support administrators, faculty, classified professionals, and students in taking the initiative for improving practices, programs, and services in which they are involved.
In addition, the College Budget Advisory Committee (CBAC) has already incorporated equity-based budget practices embedded into their committee goals and in the college’s program review process. Please contact Ken Songco, Director of Student Equity and Success, for further information related to the 2019-2022 Student Equity Plan.