What will St. Clair and its employees be concentrating upon during the next academic year? The same things that they’ve been striving towards for the past three years.
During the March 28th meeting of the college’s Board of Governors, the current Strategic Directions were reiterated by the administration.
The accompanying graphics (above and below) were prefaced with these remarks:
The Strategic Directions align the six pillars of the college – Academic Excellence, Students, Community Engagement, Human Resources, Facilities Enhancement, and Financial Health and Sustainability – with the foundational principles of Mission, Vision and Values to achieve the goal for St. Clair College to “Rise Above the Ordinary”.
The Strategic Directions for April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2025 consist of 18 goals, 32 objectives and 46 clearly defined measurables, and align the college to meet the established commitments of the Strategic Mandate Agreement 3 (SMA3, the performance pledges that the school has made to the provincial Ministry of Colleges and Universities).
MORE STORIES FROM THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS MARCH MEETING
• The 2023-24 budget features another big surplus: https://news.stclair-src.org/need-know-news/another-super-surplus-predicted-2023-24
• Saint athletes excelled during the past year: https://news.stclair-src.org/need-know-news/board-hears-athletic-feats
• The college continues to contribute to the economic well-being of southwestern Ontario: https://news.stclair-src.org/need-know-news/college-economic-engine-southwestern-ontario
• The “jumper effect” in international enrolment numbers: https://news.stclair-src.org/need-know-news/international-enrolment-fairly-stable-despite-jumpers