Tying It All Together: An Integrative Model for Strategic Planning

Report
“Honoring Tradition – Embracing Innovation”
Alfred State College – Rolling Five-year Strategic Plan
Fall 2011 – Spring 2016
Initiated Spring 2008
Shared with
campus
constituencies
Vision
Strategic Plan
Goal
Goal
Goal
Strategy
Strategy
Strategy
Action
Action
Action
Budget
Assessment
Completed - Celebrated
Mission, Vision, Values
Goals – Revised on 5-year
cycle with MSCHE review.
Strategies and
Actions are reviewed
every six months and
revised annually.
• Public document
• Working document – web
• Dashboards - web
• President’s role: promote the vision
• President’s Council’s role: Goal-set-through—
Rolling Five-year Plan review and assess
• Campus leaders’ (VPs, Deans, Department
Chairs, and Directors) role: from vision to
reality
• Campus Community role:
 Students, faculty, staff, and volunteer
boards
 Five-year cycle of mission, vision,
values, and goal review
 Alignment with MSCHE self-study and
PRR
“The greatest danger for most of us is not that
our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is
too low and we reach it!” -Michelangelo
Imagine
Every Alfred State College graduate having a
life transforming experience by participating
in a civic engagement project…
Strategy:
ACTION E1e:
P
Create a More Vibrant Community.
SUNY Strategic Plan
Build a Student Leadership Center.
Desired
Outcome:
A student leadership center is created that is a state-of-the-art
nationally recognized facility emphasizing student leadership
through civic engagement.
KPI:
Concept paper and architectural design showing SLC to be a state-ofthe-art facility. National publication or organization recognizing the
facility as such upon opening fall 2013.
Base Year
(07-08):
$33.5 M secured (May 2008) for new student leadership center April 2008.
Big Six
Category:
Vibrant Community
Top Line Metric:
Community well-being index
ASC 4Rs
Addressed:
Reputation, Recruitment
Retention
Reporting:
SA
Year
Actual Results - E1e
2008-09
Developed concept paper. Nationally recognized architect selected for the project.
2009-10
Complete program and schematic design on student leadership center. Decision to phase construction - Phase 1 begins
May 2011. "State-of-the-art" design maintained through year's activities.
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Completed construction D&D for Phase 1 in Feb 2011; phase 1 construction contract awarded; ground breaking
ceremony and Phase 1 construction began in May 2011.
Progress
Alfred State College Student Leadership Center
Strategy 1
Create a More Vibrant Community.
ACTION E1d(2):
P
Create a campus culture that promotes civic engagement
and student leadership opportunities.
Desired
Outcome:
Establish a Student Leadership Institute to assist in raising funds for
civic engagement and student leadership opportunities for students.
KPI:
The College will raise $100,000 annually to support civic engagement
and student leadership programs.
Base Year
(09-10):
$4,000 raised in Parent Fund appeal.
Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
SUNY Strategic Plan
Actual Results - E1d(2)
College community raised $45,665 in 2010-11.
Big Six
Category:
Vibrant Community
Top Line Metric:
Community well-being index
ASC 4Rs
Addressed:
Recruitment, Retention,
Reputation
Reporting:
SA
Progress
Strategy 1:
ACTION E1g:
P
Create a More Vibrant Community.
SUNY Strategic Plan
Train club and organization advisers in promoting civic engagement
initiatives.
Desired
Outcome:
Have 13 proposals approved for Student Leadership Center store
fronts by March 1, 2013.
KPI:
13 store fronts assigned.
Base Year 201112
Big Six
Category:
Vibrant Community
Top Line Metric:
Community well-being index
ASC 4Rs
Addressed:
Recruitment, Retention,
Reputation
Reporting:
SA
Year
Actual Results - E1g
“Determine that the thing can and shall
be done and we shall find a way”
- Abraham Lincoln
16
GOAL B:
Strategy 1:
ACTION B1a:
P
Desired
Outcome:
KPI:
Base Year
(07-08):
ENSURE THE FINANCIAL STABILITY OF THE COLLEGE
Maximize revenue sources.
Increase efficiencies and maximize revenue.
Allocate $1,000,000 annually to strategic initiatives.
SUNY Strategic Plan
Big Six
Category:
All
Top Line Metric:
All
ASC 4Rs
Addressed:
Revenue, Reputation,
Recruitment, Retention
Dollars reallocated.
No dollars reallocated.
Reporting: President
Strategy 3
ACTION A3c:
P
Develop and implement assessment and continuous improvement
processes
Develop a college-wide office of assessment staffed with a director.
Desired
Outcome:
Coordinate and communicate all college assessment activities from
program assessment to institutional effectiveness.
KPI:
Hire director, establish office, implement assessment activities.
Base Year
(07-08):
50% faculty release time for assessment.
Year
SUNY Strategic Plan
Big Six
Category:
Seamless Education Pipeline
Top Line Metric:
Increase in percentage of NYS
residents who have a college
degree leading to a decrease in
unemployment.
ASC 4Rs
Addressed:
Reputation
Actual Results - E1d(2)
2008-09
Assessment Director hired 9/1/09. Improved 5-year review process. Strategic Plan developed
2009-10
Completed Periodic Review Report and annual SLOs. Redeveloped Assessment & Institutional Effectiveness website.
Revised and created various assessment documents. Simplified course evaluation process and revised online course
evaluation process. Assisted with ASC Strategic Plan KPIs.
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Outcome met as of 9/1/10.
Reporting:
AA
Progress
SUNY Dashboards
ASC Assessment & Institutional
Effectiveness Website
PSLO MAP
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Programmatic
Map
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) - Program Assessment
Electrical Engineering Technology
Academic Program Name:
331
Curriculum Number:
AAS
ELET 4224 Alternative Energy Generation
ELET 4154 Microelectronics
ELET 3151 Electronics Theory II Lab
ELET 3103 Electronic Theory II
ELET 2143 Embedded Controller Fundamentals
ELET 2124 Electrical Power Circuits
ELET 2151 Electroncis II Lab
ELET 2103 Electronics Theory I
ELET 1143 Electronic Fabrication
ELET 1151 Circuit Theory I Lab
ELET 1104 Circuit Theory I
ELET 1111 Digital Logic Lab
ELET 1133 Digital Logic
GE (gen ed competency) GECT, GEIM, GEO, GEW
SLO is addressed in the following program courses…..
ELET 1001 Seminar
SLOs - Graduates from this program will be able
to….
CS (curriculum specific) CS-1, CS-2, CS-3, etc
Degree:
a) An appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills
and modern tools of electrical engineering technology.
CS-1 GEIM
F13
S14
F13
S14
Yr-2
b) An ability to apply current knowledge in the electrical
engineering technology field and adapt to emerging
applications of mathematics, science, engineering and
technology.
c) An ability to conduct, analyze and interpret experiments and
apply results to improve processes.
CS-2 GEIM
F12
CS-3 GECT
S13 Yr-1
F11
S12
Yr-3
d) An ability to apply creativity and critical thinking skills in the
design of systems, components or processes appropriate to
program objectives.
CS-4 GECT
S14
CS-5
S14
Yr-2
e) An ability to function effectively on teams.
S14
Yr-2
f) An ability to identify, analyze and solve technical problems.
CS-6
g) An ability to communicate effectively.
CS-7
F11
GEO
W
S12
S14
Yr-3
Yr-2
h) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning.
CS-8
F11
Yr-3
CS-9
F12
Yr-1
CS-10
F11
i) An ability to understand professional, ethical, and social
responsibilities.
j) Respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary
professional, societal and global issues.
S12 Yr-3
k) A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous
improvement.
CS-11
S13
Yr-1
l) The application of circuit analysis and design, computer
programming, associated software, analog and digital
electronics, and microcomputers to the building, testing,
operation, and maintenance of electrical/electronic(s)
CS-12
systems.
m) The applications of physics or chemistry to
electrical/electronic(s) circuits in a rigorous mathematical
environment at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry.
CS-13
F12
F12
S13
Yr-1
S14 Yr-2
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