Annual Assessment Plan

Administrative Departments & Educational Support Services


Department:       Lake City Community College Foundation                      Academic Year: 08-09


Completed by:  Mike Lee, Penny Faris, Rena Violette                 Date:  10/28/08


1.  Mission Statement: Impact and change lives by supporting LCCC by encouraging investors to provide financial support in

     the areas of student scholarships, operating support, equipment and material purchases, community development, capital

     improvements and other areas as needed








Intended Outcomes


Assessment Measures


Performance Criteria/Expected Results

Related Strategic Plan Goal

Evaluation and Planned Actions

Use of Results

(Close the Loop)

Increase the number of endowed funds.

The assessment will be measured by the total number of endowed funds compared to the prior year.

The number of endowed funds will increase from 88 to 91, an increase of 3.


Added two (2) new endowments to bring total to 90.  Will continue solicitation efforts to increase endowments


Increase student awareness of the existence and function of the Foundation and the availability of scholar- ships throughout the service-area to increase the number of applicants and students’  financial ability to attend LCCC.

Success will be measured by the number of applications received over the previous year.

A minimum of 10% increase over the number of scholarship applications received for the 07-08 year.




The number of applications  received at the end of 2008  was 229.  An increase of 35% from the previous year.


LCCCF/TSIC staff will assist county coordinators in providing school, parent, & community awareness & education to increase percentage of student applications submitted to meet compliance distribution type at time of selection.

LCCCF/TSIC staff will maintain methods of awareness and education provided and number of applications submitted by students from each of the five-county district to meet distribution type.

At least a 30% increase in applications to select from to match scholar- ships available and meet TSIC compliance distribution types in the 09-10 school year.





Planning to speak to parents of Middle School students at Student Orientations Aug. 2009 to expand awareness of necessity for college education for skilled labor, and the TSIC program.


Spoke to MS guidance sp. ’09 re giving incentives for returned apps. Also, Student Advocate and a Baker TS college student spoke to Baker 8th graders at assembly when the apps were passed out to the students.

2008 Apps returned: 55 from 5 counties reporting.


2009 Apps returned: 108 from 5  counties reporting.


 Resulting in a 96% increase in applications received from 8th graders.


Exceeds our goal of 30%.

NOTE: assessment should focus on effectiveness, efficiency, constituent satisfaction, or impact on functions, services, processes or student learning.