Campus Strategic Planning Process
Strategic planning is a process - one that Chancellor Steinmetz believes should happen from the ground up, and be as inclusive as possible.
As part of this comprehensive approach to campus planning, Chancellor Steinmetz will begin meeting with every academic department, and many interdisciplinary programs and center on campus. The purpose of this is for him to gain a deeper knowledge of the issues faced by the academic units, while providing an opportunity for departments to share their strengths, priorities, and future direction.
The process will unfold in several phases, the broad strokes of which are detailed below:
- (Spring Semester) Campus academic departments, centers and programs will be asked to weigh in by summarizing their own strengths, weaknesses, and challenges with an eye toward their future direction. They are asked to define long-term goals, needs, priorities, directions and report back to the chancellor’s and provost’s offices and the deans by the end of the semester via summary document.
- 75+ individual meetings will be set with the chancellor with the goal to complete them by May 31.
If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Laura Jacobs, chief of staff, firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll be happy to answer them.
Thank you for your interest and taking part in this critical process.