Presentation on theme: "1. Welcome back to CSC- 1st day of class"— Presentation transcript:
1 1. Welcome back to CSC- 1st day of class 2. logo: Damon Mitleider and Dwayne Gimeson3. March 2003 President Krepel appointed the Strategic Planning Committee4. Committee Members Alan Cisneros; George Grifith;Larry McDaniel; Kevin Miller; Wendy WaughRob Stack; Ed Hoffman; Bill Roweton; Steve Taylor;Sherry Douglas: Cindi WalgrenLoree McNeilBrad Smith ; Nicholas Erdman; Jamin Collins5. Hard Work
2 Strategic Planning Timetable March 18, 2002March 18, 2003March 25, 2003April 22, 2003May 5, 2003May 19, 2003July 15, 2003August 15, 2003Committee OrganizationLaunch Environmental ScanLaunch SWOT/BlackboardEnvironmental Trends ReportCampus Input ReviewBlackboard Input ReviewFirst Draft of Plan and Outline of Background Discussion DocumentDraft of Plan and Background Discussion DocumentPhase One- Spring of 2003Input from the entire college communitySwot Organizational Strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunitiesAssess environmental trends- Dr JonesPhase Two- Summer Development of a Draft of the Plan for Presentation to college community
3 MEETING SCHEDULE 9:00- 9:15 Overview of Vision 2011 9:15-9:35 Dr. Dennis Jones- Environmental Scan Summary9:35-9:55 Vision and Mission9:55-10:15 Focus Area: Teaching and Learning10:15- 10:35 Focus Area: Institutional Community10:35-10:55 Focus Area: Research and Scholarship10:55-11:15 Focus Area: Regional Service11:15-11:35 Focus Area: Resources and Facilities11:35-12:00 Dr. Dennis Jones- Comments, Viewpoints and Questions12:00-12:55 Lunch in Cafeteria1:00-1:45 Reaction Summary and Discussion1:45-2:00 Timetable
4 TIMETABLE August 22 August 25-29 September 1-12 September 15-26 September29-Oct 15October 16October 20-Dec 1All Campus Meeting: Presentation of Vision 2011 with Reactions from Table WorkgroupsRevisions to DraftSchool Presentations and Unit PresentationsDepartment Presentations and Unit PresentationsAll School Meeting: Review DraftFinal Revisions to DraftAll School Meeting and Vision 2011 to PresidentSchool, Department and Unit Development of Plans and StrategiesPhase Three- presenting the draft; revisions to the draft and beginning Implementation into the day to day business of the college
5 Strategic Plan Strategies Themes Reviewed a lot of plans- avoid some of problems that seem to be presentWe asks ourselves; What to want to be like in 2011; what are our dreams; our aspirationsWe wanted to build our future by deliberate purpose and not let our future be decided by neglect or lack of purposeful planningWeightted to the past and to status quo* not aligned with current and future trends* traditional top down in its formation and application*avoid being impractical, not grounded in reality* yet bold, imaginative and innovativeDiscuss the diagram and the strategies.Strategies
6 ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS Out-migration of students from Service Region Substantial Decline in Students in the RegionDepopulation of Working Age groupSocio-economic position of students in regionFinancial ConstraintsInformation ExplosionRising Costs of Materials and TechnologyCompetition for StudentsPolitical FactorsCampus Environment
7 VISION AND MISSION STATEMENTS Vision Chadron State College aspires to be a premiere institution of higher education in the western high plains states, innovatively pursuing excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service.Mission Chadron State College will enrich the quality of life in the region by providing educational opportunities, research, service, and programs that contribute significantly to the vitality and diversity of the region.
8 Focus Areas Focus Area: Institutional Community Achieve a collegial institutional environment that encourages and assists students, faculty, and staff in realizing their potentials and reaching their aspirations.Focus Area: Public RelationsBuild strong public and political support.Focus Area: Regional ServiceImprove the quality of services to the western high plains states.Focus Area: Research, Scholarly and Creative ActivityAchieve higher levels of scholarly, creative, and research activity.Focus Area: Resources and FacilitiesExpand resources and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource and facilities use.Focus Area: Teaching and LearningImprove effectiveness of teaching and learning.
9 Focus Area: Institutional Community Achieve a collegial institutional environment that encourages and assists students, faculty, and staff in realizing their potentials and reaching their aspirations.Objective: Academic Freedom and ResponsibilityPromote the free expression and exchange of ideas.Objective: Building a Culture of InnovationInstitutionalize commitment to change and innovation in which all individuals and units are continually encouraged, challenged, and recognized for developing and adopting strategies for improvement.Objective: EnvironmentConstantly strive for an atmosphere of mutual support and respect among faculty, students and staff.Objective: EthicsFoster personal and professional integrity and ethical development.Objective: Professional DevelopmentEncourage and support the participation of all personnel in professional development opportunities.Objective: Recognizing AchievementRecognize and celebrate the accomplishments of students, faculty and staff.Objective: Student Recruitment and RetentionPrioritize student recruitment and retention.Objective: Under-represented PopulationsRecruit and retain underrepresented populations.
10 Focus Area: Public Relations Build strong public and political support.Objective: Alumni RelationsContinually develop positive and sustaining relationships with alumni.Objective: Community RelationsCreate a positive relationship between the College and local and regional communities.Objective: Fiscal AccountabilityPublicize fiscal responsibility and sound financial management practices.Objective: MarketingCreate a strong institutional image and awareness.
11 Focus Area: Regional Service Improve the quality of services to the western high plains states.Objective: CollaborationStrengthen collaborations with other colleges, communities, pre-K-12 schools, regional community colleges, government agencies, and businesses.Objective: Distributed LearningExpand and ensure access to appropriately focused continuing education, distance learning, and alternative learning opportunities.Objective: LeadershipAssume a leadership role in regional educational, economic, social, and cultural development.Objective: ResponsivenessRecognize, assess, and provide timely response to the differing needs of the western high plains states.
12 Focus Area: Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Achieve higher levels of scholarly, creative, and research activity.Objective: CollaborationPromote interdisciplinary collaboration and information sharing within the institution and between the institution and other entities.Objective: FundingProvide support for research, scholarship, and artistry that address local, regional, state, national, or international issues and needs.Objective: SupportEncourage and support scholarly, creative, and research activities consistent with the teaching mission of the institution.
13 Focus Area: Resources and Facilities Expand resources and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of resource and facilities use.Objective: Allocation of ResourcesFocus resources on defined priorities and productive activities.Objective: FacilitiesProvide and maintain modern, safe, accessible, and attractive facilities to meet program needs and student expectations.Objective: Funding SourcesGenerate new sources of public, private, and internal funding.Objective: Personnel Recruitment and RetentionEnsure resources sufficient to attract and retain quality faculty and staff.Objective: Technology and EquipmentProvide current teaching- and learning-related technology and equipment.
14 Focus Area: Teaching and Learning Improve effectiveness of teaching and learning.Objective: Alternative Learning OpportunitiesProvide students with a broad range of flexible and creative alternative learning opportunities.Objective: AssessmentReview and modify curriculum to reflect desired student learning outcomes.Objective: Breadth and Depth of KnowledgeIntegrate strong undergraduate discipline preparation with interdisciplinary traditional liberal arts education.Objective: Broad PerspectiveIntroduce and promote global awareness, multicultural perspectives and regional relevance.Objective: DiversityExpose students to and develop an understanding of diversity and multicultural perspectives.Objective: Enriched and Supportive Learning EnvironmentProvide innovative and supportive learning opportunities for students at all levels of competency.Objective: Information LiteracyDevelop skills for accessing information in all available formats.Objective: Student Advising and Career ServicesProvide students individualized personal advising, career advising, and guidance.Objective: Student Centered LearningIntegrate acquisition, discovery, and application of knowledge and experiential learning to develop students’ higher-level learning and applied skills.Objective: Teaching and Learning TechnologyMerge proven and creative teaching and learning principles with evolving technology.