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2015-16 STRATEGIC GOALS

KEY STRATEGY ONE
Advance SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PRACTICE in the University’s activity and reach.


Implement campus culture initiative to increase internal community engagement.


Senior management team and employees identified 13 workplace culture goals and began implementing initiatives in six key areas: safety, belonging, authentic connection, shared work, accountability to community, and social justice.

KEY STRATEGY TWO
Diversify the UNIVERSITY’S ACADEMIC OFFERINGS in socially responsible practice.


Launch one new Chicago Campus academic program.


The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Counselor Education and Supervision started September 2015 in Chicago. It is the University’s fourth doctoral program and its first Ph.D. program.

KEY STRATEGY THREE
Create EXCELLENCE and innovation in education and community engagement.


Develop Excellence Plans in 10 domains (global learning, community engagement, academic affairs, student services, IT, educational technology, development, communications / marketing, HR and workforce development, and diversity), including infrastructure and capacity-building.


Stretch goals defined and pursued for all domains, operationalizing excellence to raise standards for student success, management quality growth through all planning and execution, and cultivating continuous quality improvements in all University processes.

KEY STRATEGY FOUR
Ensure FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY of the University.


Establish an integrated institutional advancement function in Vancouver.


Implemented plan to hire the Vancouver Campus’ first fundraising professional, a Director of Institutional Advancement.

2015-16 FINANCIAL GOALS


Hold revenues consistent with FY15 budgeted revenues.


Revenues 7 percent more than 2014-15 budgeted revenues at $36.9 million.


Deliver positive change in net assets consistent with the planned purchase of the Chicago Campus, the planned relocation and improvement of the Vancouver Campus, and the implementation of the Online Campus.


Change in net assets—$300,000—met financial requirements for all campus facilities and Online Campus launch.