Strategic Plan: Destination 2017
Vision 2017 - Strategic Plan Summary
Goal 1: Strengthen Revenue Streams: Hilbert College will achieve increased enrollment and fundraising goals in order to improve fiscal and programmatic health and more effectively achieve its mission.
|1.1:||Determine optimal enrollment in each of three main catagories: Traditional undergraduate increase to 1,269, Adult Degree Program to 102, Graduate to 118.|
|1.2:||Increase number of traditional transfer students as both a percentage and number of the new student population. Goal - 165 new transfer students by 2017.|
|1.3:||Perform a comprehensive review of the college's financial aid awarding practices and formalize a financial aid literacy program in order to minimize student debt and keep college affordable.|
|1.4:||Increase external funding resources as follows: 45 planned gifts; increasing the number of $1,000 donors to 100; increasing annual fund gifts to $225,000 per year; increasinng the endowment to $4.0 million; and grants.|
|1.5:||Complete market research and internal analysis related to current and new program additions with action plans resulting from the findings.|
Goal 2: Strengthen the Student Experience: Hilbert College will continue its unshakeable focus on student learning by providing clear pathways to success.
|2.1:||Improve retention rates by 5% for all students and specifically within the following populations: academically at-risk students, first generation students, and students from non-majority populations.|
|2.2:||Establish and meet benchmarks for learning outcomes for all students at course, program, and institutional levels.|
|2.3:||Increase percentage of students participating in horizontal programming: study away, on-campus employment, internships, service learning, etc.|
|2.4:||Design and implement systems to ensure that students can complete a degree in four years prepared for the world of work and/or graduate education.|
|2.5:||Realign the current class schedule and academic calendar to more appropriately reflect and support a highly engaged student experience and maximize facility use.|
|2.6:||Develop and resource a "teaching and learning" curriculum focused on pedagogies that promote engaged learning, including appropriate use of technology and alternate course delivery options.|
|2.7:||Revisit general education and liberal learning goals to assure alignment with college mission and vision.|
Goal 3: Strengthen our Institutional Story: Hilbert College is committed to raising the visibility and clarifying the distinction of the Hilbert College experience.
|3.1:||Complete a review of the current integration of Catholic and Franciscan traditions within the college's curriculum, campus programming, and marketing efforts with actionable recommendations for improvements and enhancement.|
|3.2:||Build comprehensive alumni and parent programs through the combined efforts of Institutional Advancement and Student Affairs.|
|3.3:||Develop a comprehensive integrated marketing plan that includes social media initiatives and the College's branding/positioning and public relations strategy suggestion.|
|3.4:||Assure effectiveness of intercollegiate athletic program and its alignment with college goals.|
Goal 4: Strengthen the physical and social environment of the campus: Hilbert College is committed to providing a culture of professional development, shared accountability, and excellence that promotes student success and work-place satisfaction.
|4.1:||Enhance grounds and buildings to improve prospective student and donor first impression of our commitment to excellence.|
|4.2:||Expand and improve student engagement spaces on campus: dining, recreation, and study space, athletic facilities, and student center.|
|4.3:||Assess residential options on and near campus.|
|4.4:||Complete an effectiveness and efficiency audit of all support systems to ensure adequate staffing and best practice services.|
|4.5:||Review practices in student admissions, faculty and staff hiring, and campus life to assure a diverse and welcoming college environment.|
Goal 5: Strengthen External Opportunities: Hilbert College is committed to engaging its local community, region, and Franciscan affiliations to create mutually beneficial partnerships.
|5.1:||Increase the number and quality of on-campus events to attract more local and regional visitors to campus, increase utilization, and take advantage of the summer months.|
|5.2:||Build relationships in local and regional business and organizations to develop access to and quality of student internships.|
|5.3:||Explore opportunities for collaboration and partnerships across the full range of college activities, especially with other Catholic and Franciscan organizations and institutions.|
|5.4:||Increase the visibility of students and faculty in the local community.|
- The Feast of Pardon
- Aug 4, 2014
- First Year Student Orientation
- Aug 8, 2014
- Last class session for summer session A2
- Aug 19, 2014