Strategic Planning 2019-2021
Strategic Plan 2019-2021
The strategic plan provides broad direction for the College based on the MCC mission statement, and feedback received from College stakeholders. The plan will contain five organizing themes:Strategic Measures Dashboard Report PDF document
- Student Success
- Employee Success
- Teaching and Learning
- Workforce Partnerships
- College and Community Sustainability
Strategic Planning Sessions
Strategic Planning Process
The Strategic Planning Process will include three phases: Reveal, Review, and Renew, that each have opportunities for your contributions and feedback.
During this part of the process, the Institutional Research team will oversee the collection of data from both internal (faculty, staff, and students) and external (community members, business partners) College stakeholders.
That data will come in the form of survey responses and group discussions where participants are asked to submit statements that reflect their ideas for what the College should achieve by 2021 in the five themes.
The "Reveal" data gathering process is estimated to be completed by June 30th.
When the data collection period closes, all the responses will be analyzed internally by the Institutional Research team along with an external evaluator.
That analysis of the data will identify similarities and overarching ideas among the responses. From those overarching ideas, the goal statements that make up the Strategic Plan may be formed during the Renew stage of the process.
Data Review Groups, made up of volunteer College stakeholders, will further distill the data.
The "Review" data analysis process is estimated to be completed by August 31st.
Once the data analysis is complete and the goal statements have been created and approved, College departments will create tactical plans that align with the goal statements. Tactical plans will include implementation steps and measurable outcomes, that will move the College toward the vision reflected in the 2019-2021 Strategic Plan.
During this phase, the Institutional Research team will assist with the creation of tactical plans that can be measured and identifying the ways in which the entire plan will be assessed.
The tactical plans will be implemented July 1, 2019.
The "Renew" plan development part of the process is estimated to be completed by November 30th.
The 2019-2021 Strategic Plan will be presented to the board for approval by December, 2018.