Final Report on 2012-2017 Strategic Plan is Released

The final report on AUNE’s 2012-2017 Strategic Plan has been released by President David A. Caruso. The plan is a roadmap for the campus over the next five years, and includes specific strategies and action steps.

The strategic planning process used to develop the plan began in spring 2011. In the report, you’ll find a description of that process, an introductory letter from President Caruso, and an executive summary.

The plan outlines and discusses these six strategic goals:

•Promote and sustain innovation, inclusion, diversity, and rigor in academics.

•Improve accessibility to students managing the demands of family, personal finances, job, and education, including affordability and program delivery.

•Implement a business model that allows AUNE to prosper and create a resource-rich environment.

•Forge an AUNE brand and enhance the overall awareness and respect for AUNE locally, nationally, and globally.

•Foster an environment of accountability, collaboration, communication, effectiveness, efficient operations, and integrity within an integrated university system.

•Create a functional, sustainable, and inspirational physical and technical infrastructure.

Find the 2012-2017 Strategic Plan Final Report here. An implementation matrix to track progress on the plan will be posted to the website soon.

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