Gateways to greatness : College of Charleston strategic plan
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In order to achieve its envisioned future, the College has identified goals that will enable it to combine the personalized, student focus of a small teaching institution with the breadth of curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities of a research university. Under each goal statement is a short paragraph describing the specific results to be achieved by 2020. The goals are followed by strategies that address ways to close the gap between current reality and the envisioned future. The final section of the plan deals with enabling strategies - the organizational capabilities, people and processes required to achieve the College’s goals - and for each strategy, there are bullet points representing tactics or starting points, subject to annual review. Dates for accomplishment of the strategies are suggested.
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