Strategic Plan

Turning Points Evaluation of Strategic Plan, Mission and Values

Strategic Plan 2018-2023

Strategic Plan 2013-2017

Strategic Plan Evaluation 2014-2015


We provide quality education today for a successful Tomorrow.

Strategic Directions:

I. Innovate academic quality to ensure student succes

Ensure student success by decreasing time to completion and increasing student satisfaction, persistence, retention, and graduation rates by innovating academic quality and enhancing student support services.

Measures of Success

    1. All five CCSSE benchmarks are exceeded.
    2. Institution-set Standards are met.
    3. 80% of total students are enrolled full time
    4. Average student semester credits earned is 12.
    5. First Time, Full Time

    6. Persistence rate (fall to spring) is 95%.
    7. Persistence rate (fall to fall) is 80%.
    8. Graduation rate 100% is 12%.
    9. Graduation rate 150% is 29%.
    10. Graduation rate 200% is 35%

II. Strengthen resources to meet current and future needs

Strengthen resources to meet current and future needs through revenue diversification, efficient use, innovation, effective allocation, conservation, infrastructure upgrades, and investment in human capital.

Measures of Success

    1. Operating costs reduced by 5% by innovating and streamlining services and processes.
    2. Balanced budget maintained.
    3. Enrollment increased by 5%.
    4. Reserve maintained at 40%.
    5. Current levels of government financial support are annually maintained or exceeded.
    6. Aggressive energy conservation measures in place reducing total annual cost by 20%
    7. Infrastructure upgraded in accordance with Phase I of the Facilities Master Plan.
    8. Invest in employee development and capacity building to improve practices.
    9. Average college employee attrition rate is less than 5% annually.
    10. Employee job satisfaction survey yields overall 85% Satisfaction Rate.
    11. Employee recruitment process is revamped to significantly reduce time from recruitment to hiring.



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