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Middle State College Campus Plan

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Middle State College Campus Plan 2013 Shared Responsibility | Shared Growth | Shared Success President's
Address Presidential Transition
Communication, Transparency, and Visibility
Community Outreach
Approaching Questions and Inquiry Committed to a personal approach, Middle State College is a dynamic learning environment that offers abundant opportunities for students and the larger community to grow intellectually, professionally, and personally. By celebrating exceptional teaching, academic excellence, scholarly and creative activities, and by encouraging diversity, critical thinking, and social responsibility, Middle State College advances the common good of the local and larger community. Middle State College will continue to mature into an institution of higher education that successfully prepares students from diverse backgrounds for lives of career and service anywhere in the world. In 2020, Middle State College will be respected as a learning community that embraces diversity of students, faculty, staff, ideas, and degree levels, while maintaining a quality educational environment that focuses on serving its many constituents. As it assumes an expanded leadership role, Middle State College will expand its public engagement of the region’s stakeholders by serving as the primary intellectual and cultural center and promoting the exchange of ideas that are of regional, national, and international importance. Over the next decade, Middle State College will seek to be the first choice institution for students, faculty, and staff. Middle State College will continue to mature into an institution of higher education that successfully prepares students from diverse backgrounds for lives of career and service anywhere in the world. In 2020, Middle State College will be respected as a learning community that embraces diversity of students, faculty, staff, ideas, and degree levels, while maintaining a quality educational environment that focuses on serving its many constituents. As it assumes an expanded leadership role, Middle State College will expand its public engagement of the region’s stakeholders by serving as the primary intellectual and cultural center and promoting the exchange of ideas that are of regional, national, and international importance. Over the next decade, Middle State College will seek to be the first choice institution for students, faculty, and staff. Decision
Making Process Institutional Values High quality education in a student-centered environment
Learning environment developing and promoting skills of student inquiry, reflection, critical thinking, problem-solving, innovation, teamwork, and communication
Faculty recognized for professional expertise, quality of instruction, and highest quality of commitment and service to college community
Vibrant and varied campus setting valuing diversity and diverse activities, and encouraging involvement and interaction outside classrooms
Surrounding community and region supporting college in multiple capacities
Diversity of students, faculty, and staff promoting a balanced exchange of ideas 3 to 5 Year Goals 1. Generate and increase university revenues
2. Improve operational infrastructure
3. Consolidate the particular culture, community, and
experience of Middle State College
4. Consolidate trust in the cabinet from personnel
5. Lift hiring freeze and hire more student support staff Creation and Process of Campus Plan Identifying Issues President and Cabinet members identified issues on their own
Each Cabinet member then wrote initiatives to solve the issue
President and Cabinet members shared identified issues and initiatives
Formed sub-committees
Ranked issues/initiatives Formation of Sub-Committees Literature Review & Benchmarking Committee
Strategic Planning Committee
Enrollment Committee
Communications Committee
Each cabinet member
Consulted colleagues and mentors
Talked with unit to generate initiatives Generating Revenue Operational Infrastructure D.R.I.V.E. 1. D-istinguish—ourselves as leaders in higher education
2. R-epresent—our value through contributions to the progress of society
3. I-nvest—in our initiatives, facilities and resources
4. V-alidate—our dedication through commitment
5. E-ngage—with our students and community
Generous offer = accepting is an honor, symbol of progression
To have sustaining,well-rounded, and reputable football program
Comprehensive implementation of resources and facilities is the key
Invest in donor resources for athletic expansion and academic enhancement
Successful athletes = successful and academically sound student
Excited to encourage holistic development of football program, by enhancing campus-wide development
"We envision our college competing at this caliber, so please support us!" Branding of MSC: Campus Culture and Identity Facility and
Operational Issues Campus Road and Parking Lots Painting and Furnishing of Buildings Building Leakage Vandalism Heating and Cooling Lack of Internet Infrastructure Decreased Personnel Renovation of Residence Halls Science Labs Hazardous Waste Disposal Electrical Safety Limit Utilities Usage Stakeholders Students Faculty and Staff Angry, yet hopeful. They did not have confidence in the past president. We need to gain faculty and staff trust for this plan to be successful. Community of Platsville Need buy-in, support, and effort in shared growth Alumni and Donors Donate, or serve beside us, and reconnect, reenergize, and DRIVE! Fundraising Campaign for the MSC
Creating a unique brand and identity
Athletics
Increasing enrollment
Volunteerism to save funds Overcoming Deficit Budget: Must find ways to increase revenue Enrollment
Out-of-state and international student recruitment plan
Marketing with Athletics to attract more students
Enrollment goals must exceed previous years
Compare tuition rates to peer institutions
Examine student fees for services across campus Work with VP of Advancement to solicit community donations and donor funding
Accept donation for the football program
Enact an academic matching donation campaign Work with Provost to strengthen academic programs
Consolidate academic colleges
End some academic programs/low enrollment majors
Adjust classes numbers and schedule accordingly Hiring and Salary Freezes Enrollment
Plan of Action Reinstatement and Expansion of the Football Program STEPS FOR FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN Let's DRIVE Middle State College forward into a new era!
Other Ideas:
Student voice
Alumni and friends matching campaign
Homecoming 5K, proceeds to scholarship fund Athletic Program: Chelsie Taresh Ciscell, Enrique Lara Nuño, Goldlin Wall, Jose Peña, Olivia Des Chenes, Sarah Stephens, and Spencer Ellis The Strategic
Triangle Generate
Revenue Operational
Infrastructure Leadership
& Personnel Public Art & Anti-Graffiti Campaign Community Donors & MSC Serves
Small % of city tax revenue given back
Utilize various communities: Platsville, campus community, and alumni Immediate/Short-Term Goals: Mobilized by Students, Faculty, Staff,
Administrators, Alumni, and Community: Long-Term Projects/Goals: Projected to increase if no institutional changes made Need to implement funding changes to neutralize budget and see revenue increase in future years State pulled all state capital construction funding for the next few years Work with Platsville to earn some of the tax revenue generated from the 6 home football games, to fund Operations projects Salary Freeze: Hopefully in 3 years, but job security if commit to challenge
Shared responsibility, shared sacrifices, shared growth
Carry load together
Work outside job description
More camaraderie
"Things will get better”
Visible leadership, work, recognition, and support Utitlize Student Affairs: Mobilize student volunteer & experiential learning efforts, coordinate campus service days
Continue working on small salaries, more hours, and role modeling for other student leaders, faculty, and administrators Shared Governance Mission: Vision: Let's Be
Platypi Strong Together! Important to our reputation for the public to associate MSC with a particular culture, community, and experience
Starts with an image and ends with a feeling
Identity as a college community
Sculpting the image of our college will help us to better communicate who we are
We consider our students, faculty, staff, and alumni as ambassadors
Our mission, values, reputation
New Mascot: Patty the Platypus Leadership
and Personnel Effects engagement, ability to learn, lack of student support staff, unsafe environment for learning and living, not being set-up to succeed, i.e. no internet, outdated labs, etc. Thanks to Our Mentors Dr. Andres Aluja, Head for Cooperation and Internationalization, UADY
Brett Anderson, Vice President of Development, CSU
Lt. Christopher Wolf, CSUPD Support and Events Unit, CSU
Dr. Irene Vernon, Chair/Associate Dean of Ethnic Studies, CSU
Dr. Jack McGrew, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Affairs in the College of Natural Sciences, CSU
Lynn Johnson, Chief Financial Officer, CSU
Mary Ontiveros, Vice President for Diversity, CSU Enrollment
& Action Plan International Students: 764,321 inbound students in 2011-2012 Contributed about $21.81 billion to US economy
Key contributors: China, India, and Saudi Arabia In-state and out-of-state Increase funding for:
Programmatic efforts in halls to increase school pride and decrease vandalism
Academic Support Coordinators to help with persistence to graduation
Keeping healthy tuition flow
International student support services to serve the growing population
Increased staffing and/or resources in orientation and transition services
Increased staff/resources to diversity offices Immediate Goals Stretch Goals Very inclusive, group thought/share needed, but also immediate action!
Chair of Faculty Council and ASMSC Student President on Board
All stakeholders have an opportunity to be heard in some capacity
Provide opportunities for input, if cannot grant, explain why
Shared goals and vision to make MSC a great place to work and enjoy
Ask for what you need, offer what you can
Commit to governance and care for the wellbeing of the institution
Working together toward institutional sustainability
Building trust 1. MSC will conduct research on previous classes of students
2. MSC will conduct research on impact of retention due to institution's change in standards
3. MSC will monitor the market share based on ACT EIS/EPS
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