In a Sept. 21 announcement, Indiana University Pamela Whitten united the university in a strategic planning effort that sets a bold, seven-year vision for IU in its third century.
IU 2030 starts with a framework of ambitious goals and reflects IU’s determination to occupy the highest tier in American higher education. The plan framework is centered around three critical pillars: student success, impactful research, and service to our state and beyond.
As part of the IU 2030 planning, IU Southeast is engaging faculty, staff and students in developing campus-based planning initiatives, with a final plan to be shared in March 2023.
The IU Southeast 2030 planning process will be led by an Executive Committee and three subcommittees with broad representation from faculty, staff, students, and other key stakeholders.