The integrated plan is based on plans developed by five different sectors of the University.
The Senate University Planning Committee focused on academic matters and considered our current academic structure, programs, and staffing. In particular, the committee was charged with examining the appropriateness of current programs and the configuration of departments, programs, and faculties; interdisciplinarity; and experiential learning.
Strategic Research Plan
The Senate Research and Creative Activities Committee developed the University's Strategic Research Plan. The committee identified areas of strategic research strength, areas for development, and how to balance support for faculty and student research.
Campus Master Plan
The vice-president, finance and administration led the community through a consultation on the Campus Master Plan in order to develop priorities on building use and infrastructure needs in support of academics and student life.
The vice-president, university advancement established an Advancement Advisory Committee to provide advice on how to align academic priorities with fund raising and strengthen our relationships with alumni.
Student Affairs Plan
Student Affairs developed a Student Affairs Strategic Plan, examining and setting priorities on issues such as recruitment and retention, campus life on and off campus, and through updating the athletics strategic plan and revising key policies, in particular the student governance policy and the sexual harassment and sexual assault policies and procedures.