Strategic Priorities and Performance Measures

The Strategic Planning Summary 2008 (pdf) outlines the University's strateagic plans and priorities. Data performance measures permit evidence-based decision making to achieve Cal State East Bay’s desired outcomes. The Strategic Planning Summary 2010 (pdf) is an update to the 2008 Strategic Planning Summary.

The University's strategic mandates are measured by performance data shown for the following priorities:

Academic Quality

We distinguish our academic quality through the following measures:

  • Student learning outcomes
  • Academic program review
  • University-wide and specialized accreditation
  • Recognition of outstanding programs
  • Recognition of faculty and students for research and creative contributions
  • Awards, grants, and contracts

Student Access and Success

We monitor student access and success by the following measures:

  • Augmenting enrollment for students of diverse backgrounds
  • Increasing retention and graduation rates
  • Expanding access to instructional resources and support services
  • Enhancing student satisfaction

Inclusive Campus Climate

We strengthen our learning communities by the following activities:

  • Broadening student engagement
  • Increasing faculty and staff satisfaction and reducing unintended turnover

Vibrant University Villages

We enliven our campuses by the following measures:

  • Expanding programs and activities beyond the classroom and laboratory
  • Enhancing indoor and outdoor space for teaching and learning
  • Enriching opportunities for social networking among students and faculty

Regional Stewardship

We express our regional leadership with the following endeavors:

  • Understanding the social, economic, and political dynamics of the East Bay
  • Monitoring the workforce and economic development in the East Bay
  • Engaging University leadership, faculty, staff and students in regional initiatives and vice versa

Culture of Accountability

We become more accountable through the following activities:

  • Making and implementing decisions rooted in our institutional values and based on data analysis
  • Increasing customer satisfaction

Information Infrastructure

We manage our information technology by the following measures:

  • Maintaining currency and reliability of information infrastructure
  • Enhancing anywhere/anytime access to services and support for students and faculty

Financial Stability

We improve our financial strength by the following activities:

  • Monitoring expenditure rates and financial ratios
  • Achieving a balanced budget

Administrative Efficiency

We increase our efficiency and effectiveness by the following actions:

  • Reducing elapsed processing times
  • Reducing expenditure per transaction
  • Increasing customer satisfaction
  • Improving space utilization

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