Strategic Pathways

Process and Timeline

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What's Next?

Strategic Pathways reviews are being conducted in three phases. Phase 1, which began summer 2016, entered the implementation stage fall 2016. Phase 2 commenced in October. The review stage will conclude early next year and transition into implementation. Phase 3 reviews commenced in early 2017. Faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members will have extensive opportunity to participate in the process including through forums and community meetings, and the university community will be informed of progress on a regular basis.

  Phase 1
Summer 2016
Phase 2
Fall 2016
Phase 3
Winter/Spring 2017
Academic Programs
  • Engineering
  • Management, Business, Public Administration
  • Teacher Education
  • Community Campuses
  • e-Learning
  • Health
  • Fisheries

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Social and Natural Sciences
  • Mine Training
Administrative Services
  • Procurement
  • Athletics
  • Research Administration
  • Information Technology
  • Human Resources
  • Institutional Research
  • University Relations
  • Student Affairs
  • Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Land Management
  • Facilities

Phase 3 Strategic Pathways Review

Important Dates:
  • Jan. 30 (academic) / Jan. 31 (administrative) -  Meeting #1
  • Feb. 27 (academic) / Feb. 28 (administrative) - Meeting #2
  • April 11- Review team presentations to Summit Team
  • June 1-2 BOR meeting - Discuss options with the Board of Regents   
  • April/May/June - Campus forums and meetings will be scheduled

 

 

Phase 2 Strategic Pathways Review

  • Jan 18 - review team presentations to the Summit Team
  • February/March - Meetings with affected units
  • February 21 - Board of Regents audio public testimony
  • March 2-3  - Discuss options with the Board of Regents
  • March/April - Campus and community forums
  • May 22 - Board of Regents audio public testimony
  • June 1-2 - Board of Regents consider final decisions on some areas in Strategic Pathways Phase 2

 

 
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