INCC launches five-year strategic plan
The 2015-2020 plan will guide Indiana Campus Compact into its twenty-fifth anniversary as they prepares college students to advance the public good in their communities.
The plan to Increase Indiana Higher Education’s Collective Impact on Communities presents a strategy that ties together a clear mission with clear goals and performance measures. The plan envisions Indiana Campus Compact as a national exemplar by equipping every student in every institution with the competence, confidence, humility, and experience to be well- informed, engaged citizens.
Indiana Campus Compact Board of Directors Chair and President of Valparaiso University Mark Heckler says, “The plan keeps us rooted in our history, but prepares us for life in a 21st century society. As our revised mission suggests, we will work as a partnership of campuses throughout the state of Indiana to advocate, implement, and improve service engagement so that our students graduate as well-informed, engaged, and productive members of society who are fully enabled to provide leadership and service that advances the public good in their communities—well beyond 2020. “
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