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Pacific 2020 Refresh Implementation Begins

Pacific 2020R is Pacific's refreshed strategic plan
Office of the ProvostSep 28, 2017

As President Eibeck announced earlier this month, Pacific has begun the implementation of Pacific 2020R, its refreshed strategic plan. Pacific 2020R focuses on two themes, Students with Purpose and Agile and Dynamic Growth, that will guide the university's work for the next five years. 

These two themes are supported by five priorities, Integrate Undergraduate Student SupportIntegrate Graduate Student SupportCreate a Transformative Liberal Arts Experience, Build a Unified University and Develop a School of Health. Much of our work this year, as guided by the 2017-18 Institutional Priorities, will focus on the priorities of undergraduate student support, graduate student support and becoming a unified university. We will also continue early work on creating a transformative liberal arts experience. 

The work within each priority is divided into a set of initiatives that have their own outcomes and timelines, and will be accomplished by initiative teams of faculty, staff and students. These teams are formed or being finalized for the first four priorities. The Undergraduate Student, Graduate Student and Unified University teams have begun meeting and are in the process of developing their work plans. The Transformative Liberal Arts team will begin its work in spring 2018. Use the links above to learn more about the initiative teams and their work (Pacific login required).

Two Priority Leadership Teams will track and regularly report the initiative teams' progress to the Cabinet Strategic Oversight Committee, which in turn considers and forwards resources needs to the Institutional Priorities Committee or the President, and reports strategic plan progress to the Cabinet. The 2017-18 Strategic Oversight Diagram illustrates this structure (Pacific login required).

To learn more about the Pacific 2020R implementation process, visit the SharePoint site (Pacific login required).

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