Becoming a university of choice, a destination campus, by keeping students at our core.
Strategy 1: Develop curricula that qualify 21st century students for excellent jobs and civic life.
Strategy 2: Improve student services and enrollment management.
Strategy 3: Erase retention and achievement gap between majority and underrepresented and non-traditional students.
Build on UC's greatness as a major research university to benefit society, have meaningful economic impact, and enhance the quality of life for all.
Strategy 1: Bolster research activity in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Strategy 2: Develop comprehensive plans for increasing research and scholarship collaborations in all departments, across research clusters and across the colleges.
Strategy 3: Promote external support for graduate students.
Encourage an environment of high-quality learning and world-renowned scholarship.
Strategy 1: Stabilize the personnel in all our academic units.
Strategy 2: Promote continuous quality improvement by systematic evaluation and differential allocation of resources to high-performing units.
Strategy 3: Bring our policies, programs, performance, institutional culture, and expectations in line with other top public research universities.
Strategy 4: Expand Opportunity for Excellence through Diversity (OED) hiring initiative.
Establish and nurture relationships and partnerships, with our colleagues within the university and with local and global communities.
Strategy 1: Expand academic partnerships with other institutions.
Strategy 2: Better engage our alumni.
Strategy 3: Expand development activities to meet capital campaign goals.
Develop an environment where members of the campus community and the community at large want to spend time.
Strategy 1: Enhance our technological environment, including research space and infrastructure.
Strategy 2: Expand and enhance collegiate spaces.
Strategy 3: Better engage our alumni and friends in on-campus activities.
Strategy 4: Create college-level identity with signature college-level activities.
Develop potential, not just in our students, but in our local and global communities.
Strategy 1: Explore possibility of a McMicken campus abroad.
Strategy 2: Increase linkages with local communities through continuing education, certificate programs, and public programming.
Strategy 3: Increase number of STEMM graduates and teachers.