SIUE Long-Term Goals
Achieving the SIUE Vision:
An organization carries out its mission and achieves its vision by setting and working toward achieving long-term goals. The following long-term goals were adopted by SIUE in February 2002.
The primary focus of SIUE’s long-term goals is student learning. Achieving the following goals will help students become lifelong learners and effective leaders in their professions and communities:
- Engaged Students and Capable Graduates. Attract a diverse student body, including traditional, non-traditional, commuter, and residential scholars, and nurture, educate and graduate students who achieve the objectives for baccalaureate and graduate degrees.
- Innovative High Quality Programs. Develop, deliver, and continually improve high quality academic programs appropriate for a Metropolitan University.
- Committed Faculty and Staff. Recruit and support a diverse faculty and staff known for providing the highest quality educational opportunity, scholarship, and service.
- Harmonious Campus Climate. Foster an harmonious student-centered campus characterized by integrity, cooperation, open dialogue and mutual respect among individuals with different backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives.
- Active Community Engagement. Achieve an integral and indispensable relationship with Illinois and the St. Louis metropolitan area; work cooperatively within SIU to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts.
- Sound Physical and Financial Assets. Develop, maintain, and protect the University’s assets in a financially, aesthetically, and environmentally responsible manner.
- Excellent Reputation. Participate and excel in actions that earn national recognition for quality.