planning shall occur both at the Regent and institutional
levels. The Board shall undertake an evolving, issues-oriented
planning process, where it scans the environment for important
issues and provides necessary strategic responses on an ongoing
basis. At the institutional level, the Board shall help
establish institutional direction, monitor and evaluate progress
toward achieving planned initiatives, and review and approve
annual plans and budgets that reflect the realization of
institutional mission and goals. The Board shall develop a
strategic plan which covers a period of five years and shall
define performance indicators which help the Board to monitor
its strategic plan.
institution shall develop a strategic plan which covers a
period of five years and is consistent with the Board of
Regents' overall strategic planning process.
The Board shall be consulted about and
subscribe to the overall direction established by each Regent
institution, particularly as it relates to the mission, general
goals and areas of focus articulated by the institutions. Plans
and budgets shall reflect the overall mission, goals, and
priorities of the institution, and show in clear terms how the
institution intends to accomplish its strategies, specifically
within the context of scarce resources.
Annual progress reports including any
proposed revision of goals, strategies, action steps, mission,
vision, values or culture statements shall be presented to the
of the Regent institutions shall develop, maintain, and
update a Board‑approved strategic plan which describes its
mission, vision, values, culture, and performance indicators
and is consistent with the Board’s strategic plan and
of the Regent institutions shall prepare and present to the
Board an annual report which includes progress on its
institutional performance indicators.
of the Regent institutions shall include its current
Board-approved strategic plan on its institutional website.