Strategic Plan Proposed to Cabinet

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The strategic planning steering committee submitted the proposed strategic plan for years 2014 to 2017 to the cabinet.

After months of intensive work; input from students, faculty, staff, alumni and the Council of Trustees (COT); after day-time meetings, night-time discussions and weekend retreats; and after rewrites, rewording and realigning, the strategic planning steering committee submitted the proposed strategic plan for years 2014 to 2017 to the cabinet. The plan includes many elements: new mission and vision statements, EPPIC values and goals with strategies.

“We want to acknowledge the collaborative and thoughtful work of the steering committee members to design this planning blueprint that will guide the future of Millersville,” said Dr. Victor DeSantis, co-chair of the steering committee. DeSantis, along with Drs. Laurie Hanich and Lisa Shibley, oversaw the plan’s formation. “We incorporated University-wide feedback to create a plan that reflects our community input and spirit while addressing strategic issues,” said Hanich.

You can view the entire plan by clicking here.

During the remaining weeks of the semester, the steering committee will finalize its work to design a communications and promotions plan to promote the new plan and will propose a new planning body for the University.

The plan will be presented to the Council of Trustees in June 2014 for endorsement. Over the summer, the cabinet will add action items to the plan, and the updated plan will be presented to the campus community at convocation.

Some elements of the plan include:

Our Mission

Millersville University provides diverse, dynamic, meaningful experiences to inspire learners to grow both intellectually and personally to enable them to contribute positively to local and global communities.

Our Vision

We will transform each learner’s unique potential into the capacity for successful engagement in career and life opportunities.

Goal Focus Areas with Prioritized Strategies

  • To engage learners to contribute positively to contemporary and future workplaces and communities.
  • To ensure long-term success of the University.
  • To embrace agility within our culture of excellence.

 

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