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IU Southeast

Enrollment Management & Student

Affairs Strategic Plan 201

6

-202

1

11

ΙΙΙ.2.14

Conduct a review of college leadership models and, in collaboration with faculty, design

and implement a broad-based leadership program for students. [University Strategic

Plan Initiative III.2.13]

ΙΙΙ.2.15

Undertake an assessment of the current Student Senate structure, functioning, and

impact

and

make recommendations, as needed, for a revised approach with greater

student

representation at the institutional level and a robust election process.

[University Strategic Plan Initiative III.2.14]

Initiative 3: Enrollment Management & Student Affairs will implement engaging and

innovative learning experiences that increase opportunities for success among students.

Action Steps:

ΙΙΙ.3.1

Expand degree completion programs and increase the number of graduates. [University

Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.1]

ΙΙΙ.3.2

Implement new strategies to ensure the success of learners, including more targeted

orientation sessions, campus tours, and planned interaction with faculty and peers.

[University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.3]

ΙΙΙ.3.3

Expand internship and career readiness training programs for learners and student

veterans. [University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.4]

ΙΙΙ.3.4

Seek external funding to specifically assist low-income traditional and non-traditional

learners. [University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.5]

ΙΙΙ.3.5

Establish financial literacy programs t

hat

target students and decrease student debt

post-graduation. [University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.6]

ΙΙΙ.3.6

Expand

the

Adult Student Center space and

its

services to meet increasing non-

traditional

student enrollment. [University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.7]

ΙΙΙ.3.7

Implement an effective program that enhances the non-traditional student population

through collaboration with partners such as 55K Degrees, Education Matters

,

and

Degrees Work. [University Strategic Plan Initiative III.3.8]