Appropriate Size

GOAL: Determine and maintain an appropriate and sustainable size for our programs, structures, and associated resources at every level of the institution.

Goal Co-Chairs

  • Brad Hougham (faculty)
  • Dave Weil (staff)

Academic Program Review Action Group

This group will develop the criteria to be used to review academic programs by investigating opportunities for growth, consolidation, or reorganization of programs or schools for the material savings and concentration of program strength.

Action Group Members

  • Co-chair: Chris McNamara (faculty)
  • Maria Bushby (student)
  • Julia Cozzarelli (faculty)
  • Michelle Doucette (staff)
  • Heather Ebbets (student)
  • Nile Gossa-Tsegaye (student)
  • Sara Haefeli (faculty)
  • Christine McKinnie (staff)
  • Kayla Shuster (student)
  • Jennifer Tennant (faculty)
  • Catherine Weidner (faculty)

Non-Academic Program Review Action Group

This group will research and identify areas for administrative cooperation and opportunities for efficiencies and will eliminate redundancies by assessing and reviewing non-academic units with the aim of finding opportunities for growth, consolidation, or reorganization of material savings and efficacy.

Action Group Members

  • Co-chair: Ernie McClatchie (staff)
  • Hailey Aldrich (student)
  • Bill Corbett (staff)
  • Tsedale Forbes (student)
  • Stephanie Gabrieli (staff)
  • Ronald Trunzo (staff)
  • Megan Wagner (student)

Additional Goal Objectives

These initiatives will be tackled by specific operational units and will not call for action groups to be formed:

Leverage the capacity of our existing analytics resources to develop a culture of data informed decision-making and assessment by

  • introducing all college academic data dashboard to deans, associate deans, and department chairs; and
  • identifying ways in which the data dashboard can be used to make informed decisions at the departmental, school, and college levels.

Develop a comprehensive enrollment strategy that is inclusive and financially sustainable and transforms our student body by creating

  • a brand platform and
  • a working group to look at increasing transfer enrollments.