18/AS/17/AS California State University Stanislaus Strategic Plan 2017-2025
RESOLVED:That the Academic Senate of California State University Stanislaus recommend the attached Strategic Plan for the approval of the President.
RATIONALE: The previous Strategic Plan, developed and approved in 2007, guided the University’s action from 2007 to 2012.
The proposed strategic plan will guide the campus decision-making process for the next eight years. It was developed through open, collaborative discussions with and among all stakeholders, and has been revised into its current form. Within faculty governance structures, the various governance committees were consulted by the Strategic Plan Working Group, before, during, and after the drafting of the Plan.
As it states in the introduction to the Plan, “The plan represents a distillation of ideas and articulates a shared vision and a roadmap to reach goals and implement necessary strategies to realize that vision.”
The goals in the strategic plan reflect and are built on our Mission, Vision, Values, and Diversity Statements.
The Academic Senate thanks the Working Group, and acknowledges with gratitude the administration’s demonstration of genuine consultation and collaboration in the process of forming the Plan.
Unanimously Approved by the Academic Senate without abstention on 10/31/17 Approved by President Ellen Junn on 11/28/17
The UPSC will utilize Poll Everywhere to solicit feedback today. The polls are open NOW and will remain open until 5pm tomorrow. View the polls and send in your feedback. You can also participate in real time from the audience or while watching the livestream.
Dear Campus Community,
On behalf of the University Strategic Planning Council, I wanted to write to you today to provide a quick update on the strategic planning process and to invite you to a very important open forum coming up next week. Since we broke for the summertime, we have spent time absorbing feedback received last semester and adjusting language to reflect the thoughtful improvements suggested by various constituent groups. The resulting document is truly a community-created blueprint for Stanislaus State’s exciting years ahead. We believe it reflects our shared goals for what we want to accomplish together.
This Monday, September 18th at 10:30am in Snider Hall, we want to gather together again so that we can hear from you. Whether you are deeply involved in the creation of the plan, have been to past forums, or perhaps you are reading it for the first time now, we want to hear from you. Come tell us how it looks so far. Does the latest version adequately capture our aspirations for the future? Have we overlooked an important element in the plan? We need your input!
The creation of this plan has been such a collaborative and enriching process. I hope you will join us on Monday and continue to dialogue with us about where we want to take our campus over the next eight years.
Kimberly Greer, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Thank you all for your participation in the University Strategic Planning Open Fourum, Monday Jan 30th.
A recording of the livestream is available at: https://livestream.com/accounts/9451540/events/6902701/videos/148149926
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Dear Campus Community,
I am excited to announce the launch of the process for developing the next strategic plan for Stanislaus State. To lead this initiative, the University Strategic Planning Council (USPC) has been established. Applying a highly consultative approach, the USPC will recommend to the President a new strategic plan that will guide California State University, Stanislaus for the next eight-years, 2017-2025.
Strategic planning provides the campus community a wonderful opportunity to honor our past achievements and to shape our future. This document will frame our mission, vision, values, and commitments. We want to share our unique story, our way!
This fall and upcoming spring, USPC will consult with campus and community constituent groups through meetings, scheduled campus open forums, and electronic media.
Your participation is extremely valuable. We encourage you to think boldly and share your thoughts about strategic directions for realizing our goals and objectives for Stan State.