Vaughn College’s strategic planning initiative continued on Thursday (Jan. 19) with the first of three open campus meetings.
Representatives from seven committees unveiled their research goals and timetables in a public meeting in the campus’ main lobby. The committees have been compiling data since the process began in November.
“Those of you who were here the last time we did this know how important these open campus meetings are,” College President Dr. John Fitzpatrick said. “The College is such a great place today because we followed the road map we put in place 10 years ago.”
Small-group committees have been analyzing the College’s mission, infrastructure needs, human resources and financial matters, branding, curriculum and student experience. These groups will report back to the community at large in a series of similar public meetings between now and April.
The College last did strategic planning in 2001-2002. See the strategic planning calendar, committee priorities and other issues at the Vaughn portal, linked here. Once logged in, see Vaughn Strategic Plan under Announcements.
Dr. Paul LaVergne delivers his curriculum group’s presentation on Thursday.