CSU Dominguez Hills is actively engaged in an open and collaborative progress to revisit and reaffirm our strategic campus goals and initiatives with the objective of adopting a common set of goals and priorities to inform campus planning, decision-making, and resource allocation.
Approximately 225 faculty, staff, and students provided input on goals and priorities outlined in the current strategic plan and suggestions and recommendations regarding proposed amendments or additions to the plan during an interactive town hall on Thursday, February 20, 2014. Individuals unable to attend the town hall were given the opportunity to provide input via a web-based survey.
Between March 2014 and the end of the academic year, the University Planning Council (UPC) considered input from the campus town hall and online survey and other important information and campus data, such as student enrollment, retention and graduation, historical CSUDH faculty and staff hiring, national high impact practices for student success, and during a series of discussions and work session. In late May 2014, the UPC submitted a recommended draft update of the strategic plan for the university to President Hagan.
Draft University Strategic Plan: 2014-2020
President Hagan and the UPC invited the campus to assist in finalizing the university strategic plan and to review the draft plan and provide feedback during a second strategic planning town hall held on Monday, September 22, 2014. Attendees brought their cell phone, smartphone, ipad or laptop and participated in this interactive discussion.
We are please to share with you the results of the UPC Town Hall Poll Results and the Academic Affairs Provost Forum Poll Summary.
Faculty, staff, and students also may provide feedback on the draft strategic plan via the form below. Feedback from both the town hall and the form below will be compiled and reviewed by the UPC.
After reviewing feedback from the campus on the draft strategic plan, the UPC will develop and recommend a final draft strategic plan to President Hagan. President Hagan is committed to completing the strategic planning process and having a final strategic plan for the university by the end of December 2014.