Middle Georgia State University unveils strategic plan

The newest university in Georgia has revealed its plans for success.

Middle Georgia State University’s President Christopher Blake laid out the college’s priorities over the next few years during a recent convocation speech to faculty and staff.

Among those priorities were:

Quality and distinctiveness of student success;

Academic reputation, flagship programs and community outreach;

Technology for a 21st century university;

Fiscal sustainability;

Middle Georgia State community of faculty and staff.

“We believe that every good plan continues to evolve; and therefore, future initiatives will be developed as this plan unfolds,” Blake said in a statement. “Our students and alumni will shape the future of our region and our globally connected planet. We commit to helping them do this through an extraordinary higher education, and this plan will guide us in our implementation.”

To find out more, here’s a link to the complete plan:

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