Strategic Planning
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The Strategic Planning Process

Challenges in Higher Education

The Five-Year Strategic Plan

  The five-year strategic plan is the roadmap to enhance student success, meet state performance metrics to fund higher education, and fulfill FAMU’s institutional mission as an 1890 land-grant institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, resolution of complex issues and the empowerment of citizens and communities.  
For the fifth consecutive year, U.S. News and World Reports has named the state of Florida as #1 for higher education. The same publication named Florida A&M as the #1 HBCU in the country. FAMU is rising, and we aspire to even greater heights.    
 

 

 

There are several challenges in higher education – increasing competition for the best and brightest students, college readiness among high school graduates, reductions in state appropriated funding, stiff competition for research funds, a growing desire for “free college” and student loan forgiveness, rising costs of IT and security, changing requirements in need-based financial aid and Parent Plus loan availability, and balancing historical missions with outcomes-based funding, to name a few.  

 

 

The strategic planning process will engage in a comprehensive process to explore historical trends, gather data and insights, and take an inside-out approach to developing the 2022-27 strategic plan.  

 

FAMU Strategic Planning Committee

Meet the team that's helping to move FAMU forward

Contact Us/Feedback

The University Strategic Planning Committe extends its appreciation to all of the stakeholders and supporters who provided input during this process.  Additional comments for future consideration can be provided via this contact form on the right or email us at strategicplanning@famu.edu.

More information about the work of the committee and the planning process can be found on the FAQ page.

 

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