In January 2012, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system put forth its Strategic Framework for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, and stated that Minnesota State Colleges and Universities play an essential role in growing Minnesota’s economy and opening the doors of educational opportunity to all Minnesotans. Within the Strategic Framework, MnSCU provides three goals, upon which Saint Paul College has developed its long-range strategic goals.
Saint Paul College’s current strategic plan, 2020 Vision: Strategic Plan 2012-2020, was developed in 2012 using the Higher Learning Commissions Vital Focus process. A fifteen member Strategic Planning Work Group was composed of internal and external stakeholders and facilitated by the Dean of Institutional Research, Planning, and Effectiveness.
2020 Vision: Strategic Plan 2012-2020
Strategic Framework for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
In addition to the Strategic Plan established by the College in 2012, each year the institution identifies Strategic Priorities to guide the annual focus and Work Plan activities of the College. Strategic Priorities are aligned with the Long-Range Strategic Goals and are identified through examining key performance indicator outcomes. Strategic Priorities enable the College to address emerging student and organizational needs while ensuring alignment with the long-range strategic goals.
Strategic Priorities 2016-2017
Division and Operational Plans
Saint Paul College engages in systematic divisional and operational planning. Divisional and operational plans align with the College’s 2020 Vision: Strategic Plan 2012-2020 and aim to advance the institution’s long-range strategic goals. Each division or operational area has identified key activities to complete and outcomes to measure to assist Saint Paul College in meeting its goals. Below are links to the College’s Division and Operational Plans.
Master Academic Plan
Online Learning Plan
Technology Master Plan
It is important to hear feedback from our campus and community stakeholders related to the future direction of the institution. We want to hear your voice and have designated the following dates and times to have conversations with our campus stakeholders.
- September 29, 3-5pm, Room 3320, Listening Session
- September 30, 9-11am, Room 3320, Listening Session
- October 3, 10am-noon, 4th Floor Lounge, Listening Session (Student Focused Session)
- October 4, noon-2pm, 4th Floor Lounge, Listening Session
If you are unable to attend the sessions listed above and would like to inform us of your feedback, please click on the link below to send us your thoughts.