In his address to faculty, staff and board members at Ashland University’s recent all-institutional meeting, Ashland President Carlos Campo focused on the school's strategic plan entitled Ashland Rising.
“We are looking to the future and our
strategic plan, which was not in place a year ago, is in place now and provides
us with a road map for the future,” Campo said. “And I think that sentiment of
Ashland Rising we want to make, of course, more than just a motto, we want it
to be something that is reflective of our attitudes and about our vision for
where we are headed as an institution. The 138-year-old tradition that I
referenced earlier is the bedrock of who we are as an institution.”
The strategic plan outlines five key
pillars: Academic Excellence, the campus’ Unique Christian Identity, Exemplary
Fiscal Stewardship, Campus Environment and Community Engagement. The day’s
events also featured awards for employees who have been with the school for over
25 years and introductions for the university’s 56 new employees.
“We promise a transforming educational
experience guided by our Christian heritage – a transformative experience that
will lead to graduates who will work, serve and lead with integrity,” Campo said. “That’s our promise. That’s our mission. It’s a promise that is
inspirational and aspirational,” he said.
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