2012-2013 Strategic Goals and Objectives


Goal 1

Create an environment in support of student-focused learning and achievement that responds to community needs.

  • Develop new and enhance existing programs of study, with emphasis on addressing skills gap needs in the region and beyond.
  • Assess relevance and viability of existing programs as they correspond to student and employer needs.
  • Expand collaborative efforts with business, industry, community and professional organizations to create new opportunities for students.
  • Acquire, build, maintain, renovate, and secure physical facilities to provide state-of-the-art equipment/technology, a pleasant and adequate work environment, and room for future growth.
  • Develop and adopt strategies designed to improve college completion and other student success measures, per the Complete College Georgia initiative.
  • Formulate articulation agreements for AS degrees with USG senior colleges.
  • Implement and/or modify TCSG Learning Support Redesign to provide clear and improved pathways through remedial education.
  • Review college procedures, operations, and student interactions through a student-oriented lens and modify as necessary to improve student experience.

Goal 2

Increase the college’s capacity to support quality programs and services.

  • Increase enrollment and strengthen retention through targeted communications utilizing social and print media, advertising, etc.
  • Integrate and expand student learning opportunities through professional development opportunities, leadership activities, service learning, and volunteerism.
  • Raise public and private funds to support college growth and sustainability. Strengthen community involvement.
  • Provide adequate staffing throughout the college.
  • Work internally with all departments to build one database of companies we support and those that support us.
  • Update knowledge, skills, and practices through professional development.

Goal 3

Support access to learning opportunities, programs, and services.

  • Develop challenging instructional activities appropriate for students’ individual learning styles.
  • Create an optimal learning environment that supports instructional delivery by creating innovative and flexible learning opportunities.
  • Introduce streamlined and automated processes to improve the student experience.
  • Promote and increase participation in dual enrollment opportunities.
  • Develop and implement recruiting initiatives, with emphasis on meeting identified skills gaps identified by business and industry.
  • Develop and implement recruitment and retention strategies.

Goal 4

Foster a culture that embraces the values of the college.

  • Increase and strengthen community outreach.
  • Advance communication efforts with external constituencies, agencies and legislative bodies.
  • Build the reputation of the college and technical education through broad-based messaging to include all aspects of marketing communications.
  • Establish a stronger relationship with college alumni.
  • Enhance the lines (formal/informal) of communication within and across college units and among college stakeholders.
  • Create a supportive environment that empowers the staff to seek and share new ideas to improve the operations of the college.

Goal 5

Promote continuous improvement of programs and services through strategic and operational planning and assessment.
• Improve processes to provide the best internal and external customer service.
• Prepare a Quality Enhancement Plan that meets COC requirements and ties to the college mission.
• Develop and implement an Assessment Plan to include instruments designed to provide relevant internal and external feedback for process improvement.
• Utilize available data to more strategically target promotional efforts and develop tools for assessment.
• Implement a systematic process, which manages compliance and accountability documentation as required by the Technical College System of Georgia and accreditation organizations.
• Implement college-wide assessment activities, which measure the effectiveness of programs, units and related functions in order to determine the extent to which goals are being met.
• Develop effective and efficient methodologies to collect, analyze, and communicate data results to college constituents.

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