Strategic Plan

LIM College Strategic Plan 2020-2027

Mission and Vision Statements for Fall 2020

In April Provost Springer announced the launch of the Strategic Planning Process to develop LIM College’s Strategic Plan 2020-2027. As a first step in this process, the Strategic Planning Steering Committee conducted a review and revision of the College’s Mission Statement and developed a new Vision Statement, both of which will guide the course of the new Strategic Plan.

After a collaborative drafting process, new Mission and Vision Statements were shared with the College community for review and feedback. We received 36 highly thoughtful responses to the community survey, and this valuable feedback led to a final round of revisions to the statements. The Board of Directors, very pleased with the outcome of this process, approved the new statements at their July meeting. The launch of the new Mission and Vision Statements will coincide with the launch of the new Strategic Plan in Fall 2020. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this dynamic process.


Strategic Initiatives and Goals

Four Strategic Initiative Teams, comprised of representatives from across the College, have spent the summer months developing goals and action items in respect to these Strategic Initiatives:

  • Recruitment, Engagement, and Retention
  • Experiential Learning and Advancement
  • Academic Excellence and Student Success
  • Technology-Enhanced Education

Together, the goals and action items will give shape to an initial draft of the Strategic Plan that will be reviewed this fall by the College community and the Board of Directors. Keep an eye out for announcements regarding a community survey as well as town halls to take place in November. We look forward to everyone’s continued input. We are grateful to the members of the Strategic Plan Steering Committee and the Initiative Teams for their thoughtful work and the generous time they are devoting to this process. We are energized by the work produced thus far and look forward to continued collaboration.


Jacqueline LeBlanc
Associate Dean for Assessment, Accreditation, and Planning