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  • Blackhawk Technical College

    Central Campus

    6004 South County Road G

    PO Box 5009

    Janesville WI 53547-5009

    608.758.6900

    2013 Systems Portfolio

    Empowering Students ~ Enriching Communities

  • Blackhawk Technical College

    Table of Contents i

    November 2013

    Table of Contents

    The Institutional Overview ......................................................................................................................................1-2

    Category One: Helping Students Learn ..............................................................................................................3-40 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................... 4

    Results ..................................................................................................................................................................... 27

    Improvements .......................................................................................................................................................... 38

    Category Two: Accomplishing Other Distinctive Objectives .......................................................................... 41-47 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................. 41

    Results ..................................................................................................................................................................... 43

    Improvements .......................................................................................................................................................... 47

    Category Three: Understanding Students’ and Other Stakeholders’ Needs ................................................. 48-63 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................. 48

    Results ..................................................................................................................................................................... 56

    Improvements .......................................................................................................................................................... 63

    Category Four: Valuing People .......................................................................................................................... 64-86 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................. 64

    Results ..................................................................................................................................................................... 75

    Improvements .......................................................................................................................................................... 85

    Category Five: Leading and Communicating ................................................................................................... 87-97 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................. 87

    Results ..................................................................................................................................................................... 95

    Improvements .......................................................................................................................................................... 97

    Category Six: Supporting Institutional Operations ........................................................................................ 98-107 Processes ................................................................................................................................................................. 98

    Results ................................................................................................................................................................... 102

    Improvements ........................................................................................................................................................ 107

    Category Seven: Measuring Effectiveness ..................................................................................................... 108-118 Processes ............................................................................................................................................................... 108

    Results ................................................................................................................................................................... 115

    Improvements ........................................................................................................................................................ 117

    Category Eight: Planning Continuous Improvement ................................................................................... 119-129 Processes ............................................................................................................................................................... 120

    Results ................................................................................................................................................................... 124

    Improvements ........................................................................................................................................................ 129

    Category Nine: Building Collaborative Relationships ................................................................................. 130-141 Processes ............................................................................................................................................................... 130

    Results ................................................................................................................................................................... 137

    Improvements ........................................................................................................................................................ 140

    Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................. 142

  • Blackhawk Technical College

    Institutional Overview Page 1

    November 2013

    Blackhawk Technical College (BTC), one of sixteen technical colleges within the Wisconsin Technical College

    System (WTCS), serves 567 full-time and 2,860 part-time students through more than 50 programs leading to

    Associate degrees, Technical Diplomas, Certificates, and Apprenticeships. In addition, BTC offers more than 40

    courses through online delivery. In 2013 the average age for BTC credit students is 30.3 years 18% are minority.

    The District encompasses the greater portion of Rock and Green Counties in South Central Wisconsin, including the

    cities of Beloit, Janesville, and Monroe. While classes are offered at the Rock County Job Center in Janesville and

    at several area high schools, the majority are held at the College’s four sites: the Beloit Center in Beloit, the Center

    for Transportation Studies in Janesville, Central Campus, located between Beloit and Janesville, and the Monroe

    Campus in Monroe. Full-time faculty (106), administrators (80), and staff (41) provide the educational and other

    services BTC offers to its District and to the southern Wisconsin - northern Illinois region. In addition, BTC

    employs 70 adjunct faculty who teach credit courses.

    In February 2011 the College launched a participative planning process to review and revise its Mission, Vision, and

    Guiding Principles and to develop a five-year strategic plan which was formally adopted by the District Board in

    October 2011.

    BTC’s Mission Statement

    Empower our Students ~ Enrich our Communities

    BTC’s Vision Statement

    Blackhawk Technical College is a valued and integral partner in a prosperous and vital region.

    BTC’s Eight Guiding Principles:

     Community-Focus: We seek to understand and respond to the needs of our district’s students, employers, and citizens.

     Partnerships: We make the best use of our resources by working collaboratively with community business, education, economic, and nonprofit partners.

     Transparent Communication: We communicate clearly and frequently so that information flows vertically and horizontally through the organization.

     Accountability: We accept responsibility for our actions and we follow through on our agreements.  Campus Community: We create an inclusive college community where all students and employees feel

    welcome and supported in achieving their goals.

     Interdependence: We recognize that we are interconnected both within our college and with the communities we serve and consider both intended and unintended consequences of our decisions and

    actions.

     Data-Info

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