Strategic Planning
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The revised Strategic Plan will be designed to embrace FAMU’s legacy while developing and adopting new methods and strategies to remain competitive in an ever-changing academic environment. The publications listed will be used by the Strategic Planning Task Force as a preliminary “starting point” in the development of the new Strategic Plan.

 

APLU - How Did Revenue and Spending per Student Change at Four-Year Colleges and Universities 2025 System Strategic Plan (Revised)
Best Value Nursing Schools 2015 + Online Options  2015 NurseJournal.org Appendix A
By Grad Rate-Scorecard Peers SUS and HBCU Appendix B
College Scorecard Strategic Plan Accountability Indicators
Data Analytics 2015 2010 - 2020 Strategic Plan
Economic Impacts of the State University System of Florida in FY 2009-10  
Florida Best Colleges for your Buck - Infogram, charts & infographics FAMU Work Plan
HBCU Graduate School in Science & Eng FAMU Accountability Report
HBCU Rankings STEM BOG Accountability Report
HBCU Relevancy - Johnny Taylor BOG Accountability Repor Summary (revised)
Multi-State Collaboration Produces Valuable New Evidence About Writing, Critical Thinking BOG Performance Based Funding Model Web Site
NPR Article to Whitehouse's SBST Annual Report - Making College More Affordable One Text At A Time  
Q&A with Mangum A legacy disrupted at FAMU  
Scorecard Peers, SUS and HBCU  
SCUP - Trends in Higher Education 2014  
Setting the Record Straight Regarding Student Enrollment at HBCUs  
The Economic Impact of FAMU on Florida  
Top 10 HBCUs with the Most Graduate Students  
Under the Hood Building a New College Scorecard with Students  ED.gov Blog  
USDA Gives FAMU 3800 Acres in Brooksville  Hernando Sun  
Whitehouse's Social and Behavioral Sciences Team(SBST)  

 

 

 

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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