Goal 1: Build Pathways Objective 1.1 – Expand exploratory learning experiences and collateral materials that help traditional and non-traditional students understand career pathways and educational options, including college credit certificates, Associate degrees, Bachelor degrees, and beyond. Strategic Activities West Campus Career Night Discipline/Program Camps for Prospective Students and Parents Interactive Program Viewbook for A.A. Pre-Majors, A.S., and B.S. degrees Objective 1.2 – Partner with Student Affairs to develop a coordinated First Year/New Student Experience for students to increase the percentage of students who complete an educational plan and earn 15 college credits within six semesters of their initial enrollment. Strategic Activities Revamp New Student Orientation Explore Mediated Course Withdrawal LifeMap Certification through Faculty Development Upgrade My Education Plan tool
Goal 1: Build Pathways Objective 1.3 – Devise support services and resources to improve student awareness and participation in specialized learning communities such as interdisciplinary studies, service learning, and undergraduate research. Strategic Activities Communication Plan to Students for Specialized Learning Modes Teaching and Learning Modality Fair Objective 1.4 – Refine the campus programming mix in accordance with the College Enrollment Plan to meet student demand and the needs of local business and industry. New Program Development B.S. Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Fall 2013 A.S. Health Information Technology, Fall 2013 B.S. Cyber and Information Security, Fall 2014 A.S. & A.T.D. Pharmacy Management, Fall 2014 A.S. to B.S. Nursing Concurrent Track, Spring 2014 A.S. Business Intelligence Specialist, Fall 2015 Restore Pre-Majors, Fall 2015
Goal 1: Build Pathways Objective 1.5 – Explore models of deeply integrated advising, curricular and co-curricular experiences, and learning support services for students through the design of program-based colleges of learning. New Colleges Seneff Honors College College of Nursing College of Allied Health College of Engineering Culinary and Hospitality Institute College of Business Objective 1.6 – Increase access to the associate and baccalaureate degrees through domestic and international articulations, expansion of DirectConnect degree offerings available on the campus, and targeted outreach to non-traditional student populations. Strategic Activities DirectConnect: B.S. Electrical Engineering DirectConnect: B.A. Communications DirectConnect: B.S. Medical Pre-Professional Strengthen Architecture 2+2+2 Host Community Agency Fairs and Workshops Collaborative Partnerships with Valencia Continuing Education
Goal 2: Learning Assured Objective 2.1 – Create a campus-based team of faculty and staff from mathematics, communications, academic affairs, and student affairs to research and design a plan for implementation of a cohesive developmental education experience. The work of this team should build the essential knowledge for decision-making regarding the developmental education courses, including best practices for initial placement/assessment, pre- and co-requisites, use of supplemental learning and LinC, content/course construction, customized learning experiences, integrated support services for students, and measures of success. Objective 2.2 – Increase the percentage of students who complete the developmental education sequence in math, including MAT1033C Intermediate Algebra, within one year. Strategic Activities Differentiated Courses Credit Lengths for Developmental Courses Flipped Courses LinC Developmental Courses with SLS (College Survival Skills or Personal Development) Targeted Deployment of Supplemental Instruction Customized Learning Support Services.
Goal 2: Learning Assured Objective 2.3 – Create a campus-based team of faculty and staff from learning support services, academic disciplines, student affairs, academic affairs, and college-wide divisions to research and explore college success skills and the role of the Student Life Skills (SLS) discipline and rebranding SLS 1122 for broader use within the curriculum. The work of this team should build the essential knowledge for decision-making regarding student purpose, course content, re-alignment of mandates, and faculty development. Objective 2.5 – Expand curricular options for students to earn an honors credential. Strategic Activities Enhance Interdisciplinary Studies Honors Track within the Seneff Honors College by fully integrating curricular and co-curricular experiences to foster student scholarship, service, and personal development. Explore models for creating a program-based honors track within the Seneff Honors College.
Goal 2: Learning Assured Objective 2.6 – Explore implementation of an Undergraduate Research Center. The work of this team should build the essential knowledge for decision-making regarding a model, core competencies, learning outcomes, course development, university partnerships, resources, and best practices. Objective 2.8 – Refine library, instructional support, and technology resources and services to improve student learning and digital literacy. Align needs with the West Campus Technology Plan. Objective 2.9 – Create a campus-based team of faculty and staff from academic disciplines, faculty development, learning technologies, learning support services, and college-wide divisions to advance protocols and practices for quality online and hybrid learning. The work of this team should build the essential knowledge for decision-making regarding student readiness, course development, faculty development, course evaluation, and assessment.
Goal 3: Invest in Each Other Objective 3.1 – Establish a Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology to support student learning, faculty innovation within the classroom, and employee development. Align needs with West Campus Facilities Plan. Strategic Activities Innovation Lab Experimental Classroom Adjunct Resource Center Technology Resource Repository Objective 3.2 – Strengthen campus-wide collaboration through conversations, seminars, and symposiums to build awareness, renew fidelity, and celebrate successes related to our BIG Ideas, strategic planning, assessment, institutional values, and faculty/staff/student accomplishments. Strategic Activities Campus Welcome Back Events Campus Symposiums, Seminars, and Conversations
Goal 3: Invest in Each Other Objective 3.3 – Re-establish a Campus Engagement Hour for professional development, personal reflection, student activities, wellness, and enrichment. Objective 3.4 – Develop a co-curricular Student Leadership Academy to support students’ academic and professional development. Strategic Activities Specialized Workshops and Seminars Leadership Contribution Experience Leadership Certification or Credential Objective 3.5 – Design a mentoring program to support adjunct faculty. Strategic Activities Concierge Services Senior Faculty Mentors
Goal 4: Partner With the Community Objective 4.1 – Strengthen the campus’s connection to business and industries that are aligned with program offerings. Objective 4.2 – Strengthen the campus’s relationships and memberships with professional, civic, and philanthropic organizations that support our institutional vision, mission, and values. Objective 4.3 – Deepen the campus’s awareness and adherence to sustainability principles and practices. Objective 4.4 – Integrate cultural events and co-curricular activities within the campus culture and student experience.