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Title: Institutional Snapshot


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Institutional Snapshot
  • Undergraduate students 10,346
  • Graduate students 543
  • International students 141
  • Multicultural students 630
  • Faculty and academic staff 740
  • Men-to-women ratio 7-to-10
  • Faculty-student ratio 1-to-21
  • Average class size 28
  • Full-time faculty with terminal degrees 82

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The 2008 First Year Students
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The 2008 Graduates
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Our Academic Focus
  • A balance of liberal arts and professional
    programs
  • Liberal arts and sciences
  • 5000 students and 350 faculty
  • Education
  • 2500 students and 60 faculty
  • Business
  • 2200 students and 50 faculty
  • Nursing
  • 800 students and 40 faculty

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Marks of Excellence
  • Faculty / Student Collaborative Scholarly and
    Creative Activity
  • Participating Students gt800 annually
  • Study Abroad
  • Participating Students 434 annually
  • Civic Engagement and Service Learning
  • Participating Students 100
  • Over 185,000 hours per year

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Our Vision
We will be the premier undergraduate learning
community in the Upper Midwest, noted for
rigorous, integrated, globally infused,
undergraduate liberal education, and distinctive,
select graduate programs.
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Our Formal Mission
  • We serve the public good by educating tomorrows
    leaders. Our integrated, transformative liberal
    education emphasizes experiential learning and
    prepares responsible citizens to work toward a
    more equitable world.

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Our Lived Mission
  • Rigorous, intentional and experiential
    undergraduate liberal education for life and
    livelihood
  • Strong, distinctive professional and graduate
    programs that build on and strengthen our proud
    tradition of liberal education
  • Multicultural and international learning
    experiences for a diverse world
  • Exemplary student-faculty research and
    scholarship that enhances teaching and learning
  • An inclusive campus community that challenges
    students to develop their intellectual, personal,
    and social competencies
  • Educational opportunities responsive to the needs
    of our communities, state, region and beyond

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Our Core Values
  • Diversity and Inclusiveness
  • Stewardship and Sustainability
  • Innovation and Continuous Improvement
  • Leadership

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Integrated Planning
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The Centennial Plan
  • Transform Learning
  • 1. Foster purposeful learning
  • 2. Promote connected learning
  • 3. Accelerate global learning
  • Transform the University
  • 4. Nurture human resources
  • 5. Amplify financial resources
  • 6. Focus programmatic resources
  • 7. Steward physical resources

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Plans Facilities
  • New / remodeled facilities
  • Academic Building
  • Student Center
  • Childrens Center
  • Performing Arts Center
  • A town/gown collaboration
  • Evening/weekend campus
  • Support for non-traditional students
  • Campus Master Plan underway

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Plans Enrollment Management
  • Over the next 5 years
  • Adjust enrollment from 95 5 undergrad to grad
    ratio to 90 10
  • Improve 1st to 2nd year retention rates from 82
    to 88
  • Improve 4 year graduation rates from 21 to 36
    (the national average)
  • Increase our diversity from 5 to at least 15
    (reflects our region)
  • Increase international student enrollments from
    1 to 5

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Focused Initiatives
  • Equity / Diversity / Inclusivity
  • Personnel, programs, curriculum
  • HLC review Centennial Plan
  • including the Gold Arrows
  • PEEQ (Program to Evaluate and Enhance Quality)
  • Focus our efforts
  • Prioritize and follow-through
  • Dont be all things to all people

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Plans Undergraduate Education (1)
  • Reinvigorated undergraduate education
  • Liberal Education (and LEAP)
  • Our foundational core
  • General Education program
  • Give Students a Compass project
  • Curriculum emphasis on EDI
  • Innovative course combinations and sequencing

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Plans Undergraduate Education (2)
  • Enhance access to High Impact Practices (HIPs)
    for all students
  • First Year Experience program
  • Designed to increase retention and get students
    more ENGAGED!
  • Emphasis on intercultural and international
    experiences
  • Internships
  • Student scholarly and creative activity

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Plans Undergraduate Education (3)
  • Target growth in high demand disciplines
  • Strategic enrollment management in high demand
    majors
  • Phase out low demand and low enrollment
    majors/minors

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Plans Undergraduate Education (4)
  • Some possible areas of focus
  • Expansion of critical languages
  • Increased enrollment in STEM disciplines
  • Enhance diversity and increase of women

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Recent Results
  • New Liberal Education Learning Goals
  • New undergraduate programs
  • BA in Womens Studies
  • BLS in Liberal Studies
  • BS/BA in Materials Science
  • Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
    (CETL)
  • Faculty / staff professional development focused
    on learning

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Plans Graduate Education
  • Expanded graduate programs
  • MS in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
  • The focus of our recent DIN request
  • DNP
  • Ed Leadership
  • MPA
  • Tribal Administration
  • Profit/Non-Profit Management
  • Writing

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Planning Principles
  • Plans for new programs will
  • Be true to our mission
  • Be justified by demand data based on our region
  • Provide a realistic assessment of any needed
    resources
  • Reallocation from other areas
  • Elimination of other areas
  • Limit any duplication with other universities

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Self-Evaluation
  • Focus on continuous improvement processes to
  • Enhance student learning
  • Strengthen accountability
  • Maximize efficiency and manage our work better
  • Use embedded assessment on
  • Academic majors
  • General education
  • Co-curricular programs

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Yes we can - B. Obama
  • The MAP will
  • push us toward better integrated planning
  • make planning a continuous process
  • allow us to make tough decisions
  • Eliminated two graduate programs (ENPH, Biology)
  • Eliminated one undergraduate program (Music
    Therapy)

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