Systematically build human and social capital of GMC and the region.
Initiate a cross-college emphasis on human health and quality of life that becomes a nationally recognized complement to our environmental emphasis.
Develop marketable undergraduate and graduate programs in this area and integrate the new emphasis into the general education curriculum.
Implement programs that improve human health and quality of life on campus and in nearby communities.
Strengthen the culture of inclusion and diversity in the curriculum and the College community.
Strengthen the quality and the practicality of the Green Mountain’s liberal arts education.
Prepare students to effectively compete for awards, internships, employment and graduate school.
Integrate the acquisition of practical skills into all majors.
Ensure all students understand and engage in the global context in which we operate.
Deepen student and employee engagement in the College’s endeavors to promote innovation and retention.
Identify key measures of student and employee success and ensure that their successes are systematically supported and publically celebrated.
Invest in employee professional development.
Improve faculty and staff compensation.
Strengthen college/community partnerships to enhance the vibrancy of the local communities.
Establish an active presence in Poultney and southern Vermont.
Develop short courses in sustainability skills for non-matriculated students.
Increase project-based courses and service opportunities that enhance the social and economic sustainability of our region.