Developing the 2016-21 Long-Range Plan

The University will develop the 2016-21 Long-Range Plan through a collaborative process that seeks broad input from stakeholders.

The Long-Range Plan is the guiding document that charts Missouri State’s path toward achieving its mission. The University utilizes its Long-Range Plan to decide how to allocate resources, determine what initiatives should be pursued, expanded and dissolved, and to make other strategic decisions.

Timeline

Oct. 1, 2015
Draft mission, vision and value statements are completed.
Nov. 1, 2015
Feedback has been implemented.
The mission, vision and value statements are finalized.
Feb. 1, 2016
Draft Long-Range Plan is completed.
March Board of Governors retreat
Draft Long-Range Plan is discussed.
May 1, 2016
All feedback has been received on the Long-Range Plan.
June 1, 2016
Final draft Long-Range Plan is completed and ready for Board of Governors review and approval.

Executive leadership team

Clif Smart
President
Frank Einhellig
Provost
Dee Siscoe
Vice President, Student Affairs

Steering Committee