College’s Strategic Plan Approved
Oct 29, 2012The Board of Regents recently approved the 2012-17 strategic plan for Concordia College.
The regents’ unanimous support marks the culmination of more than a year’s worth of conversations, revision and response led by President William J. Craft.
The final document, “Whole Self, Whole Life, Whole World: The Plan for Concordia College, 2012-17,” sets the college’s priorities for the next five years.
These priorities are organized into three categories:
* Whole self: leading students into a lifelong habit of reflection on their identity, purpose, and engagement in the world.
* Whole life: guiding students through a college experience that goes beyond the accumulation of credits through a four-year experience that builds competence, creativity and character.
* Whole world: opening the world to students so that they understand and embrace the call to national and global citizenship.
“In our mission of faith and learning, in our distinguished faculty and staff, and in the lives of our graduates who now influence the affairs of the world, we build on a firm foundation that serves our students and the common good,” Craft said in the plan’s introduction.
Read the full strategic plan.