The University of Southern Indiana (USI) Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a new University strategic plan for 2021-2015.
As part of the University's new plan, the Board of Trustees says it adopted updated vision and mission statements and a set of core values to use in shaping the direction and decisions made by the University in the years to come.
The plan, called "Accelerating Impact: USI's Strategic Plan 2021-2025," was developed with four goals in mind: improving student success, fostering impactful engagement, elevating visibility and reputation, and strengthening financial viability.
“Accelerating Impact is a roadmap that will help USI advance toward its vision: to be a recognized leader in higher education, boldly shaping the future and transforming the lives of our students through exceptional learning and intentional innovation,” said USI President Dr. Ronald Rochon.
The plan was developed by a committee co-chaired by Dr. Mohammed Khayum, Provost, and Steve Bridges, Vice President for Finance and Administration, and followed a period of review and research, incorporating feedback from more than 2,600 USI students, employees, retirees, alumni, and friends of the University.
This is the University's third strategic plan.
To see all of the details on USI's plan, you can visit www.usi.edu/strategic-plan/.