Increase financial strength and cultivate entrepreneurial spirit across the community.
Increase residential enrollment to 1,000 students while increasing the selectivity of admissions.
Improve student success and retention/graduation rates by strengthening the first-year experience, differentiated instruction and the advising system.
Establish a highly mission-driven and systematically assessed admissions process.
Increase affordability in order to make the College more accessible to a greater population of prospective students.
Increase net revenue from undergraduate programs.
Create distinctive low-residency academic programs that efficiently adapt to change, build on the College’s strengths, increase net revenue and inspire entrepreneurial drive among faculty, staff, and students.
Build low-residency graduate programs to 500 students.
Develop low-residency undergraduate degree completion programs.
Develop one or more centers that attract funding, conduct research, and generate revenue e.g. a center that provides support programs for budding sustainability entrepreneurs.
Develop a robust culture of philanthropy to fund investment in the College.
Build the giving capacity of the board of trustees.
Develop a corporate giving program supported by board of trustees’ identification, cultivation and solicitation of major corporate gifts.
Grow annual giving among four bases of support—trustees, alumni, parents and faculty and staff.
Grow grant revenue to fund investments in major initiatives and to enhance academic program activities.
Conduct a $10 million capital campaign over seven years to fund three projects that fuel enrollment growth.
Fully optimize the campus and facilities year round.