A strategic planning task force comprised of faculty, staff, students, and community members was organized in December 2015. The task force’s job was to develop strategic goals and recommend corresponding sub goals to guide the College’s future work efforts, activities, and objectives. The 2016-2020 planning process emphasized ongoing communication, continuous input, and direct in-person consultation from all constituents. In the first half of 2016, an external focus group was hosted on campus, individual interviews with community leaders were conducted, feedback sessions occurred during College development days and staff meetings, and input from students was sought via a Student Success day presence. Survey responses, feedback forms, and direct communication with task force members was encouraged from all faculty, staff, and students. The 2016-2020 Strategic Goals represent the work of the 19-member task force and guidance from the College’s stakeholders and constituents.
Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan
Strategic Enrollment Management is an institution-wide responsibility, requiring consistent leadership and focus on quality. Marketing the institution and its programs is essential in achieving Strategic and SEM plan goals.
There are two guiding principles that are the focus of the 2016 – 2020 plan:
• Promoting student retention & success
• Enabling the delivery of quality programs
Master Academic Plan (MAP)
2016 – 2020 A Pathway to Distinction
The Master Academic Task Force was charged with establishing academic strategies for achieving the academic elements of the College’s Strategic Plan. This plan achieves that objective by adopting three bold new themes in support of students’ academic success.
Diversity Planning FY 17-18
Lake Superior College embraces all students, strives to become ever more inclusive, and increase the diversity of our campus community. The College maintains planning to accomplish these important goals.