Institutional Goals


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Institutional Goals
1. To enroll and retain academically and culturally diverse student populations;
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2. To help underachieving students overcome academic deficiencies and persist to graduation;
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3. To help academically talented students achieve their full potential;
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4. To help students acquire the general knowledge and skills required to function effectively as adults in a global science and technology-based society;
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5. To prepare students for graduate and professional study consistent with their desires and abilities;
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6. To help students acquire the knowledge and skills required for satisfying professional careers;
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7. To enhance students’ cultural, psycho-social, moral, intellectual, and physical development, and to develop leadership skills;
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8. To provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to contribute to the research, artistic, and other intellectual endeavors of the local, national, and international community of scholars;
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9. To assist local, national, and international communities with problem solving and other services that enrich the lives of their citizens;
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10. To maintain an efficient system for establishing and monitoring implementation of broad institutional policy;
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11. To maintain an efficient and effective organization for administrative processes;
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12. To manage institutional financial resources efficiently and effectively;
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13. To maintain a physical environment conducive to effective teaching and learning; and
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14. To generate the financial resources necessary for educational program support and administrative processes;
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