Standard 2: Planning, Resource Allocation, and Institutional Renewal
An institution conducts ongoing planning and resource allocation based on its mission and goals, develops objectives to achieve them, and utilizes the results of its assessment activities for institutional renewal. Implementation and subsequent evaluation of the success of the strategic plan and resource allocation support the development and change necessary to improve and to maintain institutional quality.
1) What are the College’s strategic plans and how will we develop new revenue streams that support those plans as state support continues to decline?
- Planning at Stockton
- Vision 2010 (1.1.2) and Review of its Outcomes
- Stockton 2020 Strategic Planning Framework (1.1.3)
- Facilites Master Plans
- Annual Divisional Program Reviews (2006 - Current Year) (1.1.4)
- Enrollment Reports and Admissions Projections
- Board Committees Scroll to "Standing Committees"
- Summary of Comprehensive Campaign Case Statement
- Templates for Coordinator / Director and Five Year Academic Program Review
- Budget Process and Strategic and Annual Planning Policy I-12 and Procedure 1161
2) How consistent are allocation decisions (facilities, human and fiscal resources) with the College’s mission and strategic objectives?
- Institutional Resource Allocations Graphs
- Annual Divisional Program Reviews (2006 - Current Year) (1.1.4) Academic & Student Affairs, Administration & Finance, Development & External Affairs
- 2007 Periodic Review Report
- Technology Strategic Plan and Related Projects
3) How effective are resource allocation decisions as they relate to the quality of our institution’s learning outcomes and other measures of institutional effectiveness? Most specifically, how well has the College planned for expansion in enrollment commensurate with staffing, technology and learning resource (ie, library) enhancement?