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Educational Master Plan

Chabot EMP banner with studentsWelcome to the Chabot College page for information on our 2021-26 Education Master Plan (EMP)! Our District officially launched its year-long strategic planning initiative on February 13, 2020. Interim Chancellor Gerhard convened key decision-makers across the District to ensure a strong start to the district-wide planning effort.

Click here for more details on the 2021-26 Chabot College EMP.

What is the Education Master Plan?

The Chabot College EMP articulates the college’s vision for advancing student achievement, and will guide institutional and program development for the coming years. The plan will guide the college in advancing student achievement, planning for current and future needs, staffing, transforming infrastructure, and allocating resources.

Established in 1961, the Chabot College campus is located in the City of Hayward and is one of two accredited colleges in the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. The college serves the communities of Hayward, San Leandro, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, and Union City. The EMP will assist Chabot in meeting the needs of the more than 13,000 students who attend the college.

The EMP works in conjunction with the district-wide Strategic Plan, Facility Master Plan, and Technology Plan to meet student needs through long-range planning of instructional and student support programs, facilities and technology.

The EMP was informed by input from the Chabot community solicited through various activities and platforms. Data analysis from the Chabot Institutional Research Office and other sources was incorporated into the current conditions analysis, and in the development of goals and objectives for long-term planning.

Through an inclusive process that included input from the campus community, nine overarching goals were developed. The goals and strategies will assist Chabot College in resource allocation decisions.