Cal Poly Pomona has embarked on a Strategic Planning Process that will chart the university’s course for the next several years while also identifying top academic and campus initiatives and the resources and facilities to achieve those objectives.
The strategic planning process will fundamentally address where we are, our vision for the future, a plan to achieve this vision, a process for monitoring our success, and the resources we will acquire and apply in the execution of this plan.
A Strategic Planning Steering Committee has been formed with faculty members appointed from the Academic Senate, as well as staff, students and administrators from diverse groups within the campus and the external community. The Strategic Planning Process, which will conclude in the spring of 2017, will seek to build on the progress of the earlier blueprint and align new goals with current strengths.
An overarching task for the Strategic Planning Steering Committee will be to examine, with campus engagement, the university’s polytechnic identity for the 21st century, how it fits into the future of higher education, and the advantages it provides to students and graduates. Cal Poly Pomona is one of only two polytechnic campuses in the California State University system and among only a handful of polytechnic universities in the United States.