Institutional Planning

Institutional Planning Overview Cornell Campus Center Fountain

Rollins’ institutional planning process is intended to encourage broad participation and informed dialogue, while clearly linking planning, budgeting, and assessment. Overarching principles of the process include ongoing involvement of the College’s "constellation of constituencies," an approach focused on short-and mid-term concerns (through 2014-2015) and a commitment to conclude cycle one of the planning process in summer 2012. Selected principles guiding the process include commitments to:

  • A broad-based liberal arts foundation for all undergraduates.
  • Highly competitive master's programs in areas of excellence with accreditation where appropriate.
  • An applied (pragmatic) liberal arts education.
  • Pedagogical innovation and instructional excellence.
  • A high level of faculty-student interaction.
  • Community Participation

    in the Planning Process

    Faculty Colloquia

    Sept. 27 and 28, 2012

    Faculty Retreat

    Jan. 29, 2013

    Staff Town Hall Meetings

    Oct. 3 and 5, 2012

    Student Town Hall Meetings

    Oct. 10 and 11, 2012

    Board of Trustees:

    Oct. 18, 2012 and May 10, 2013

    President's Leadership Council:

    Feb. 1, 2013

    President's Contemporary Council:

    Feb. 2, 2013

    Co-curricular innovation and use of high-impact practices.
  • Service excellence in all we do (respectfulness, responsiveness, collaboration, and competence).



Institutional Priorities for Rollins College: 2012-2015
Approved by the Board of Trustees: May 10, 2013



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