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We Strengthen Our Foundations

Our physical and financial infrastructures are the agents that provoke, speed, or halt significant change. 

We must continually evaluate our systems and services to create a conduit for equitable, sustainable, and community-driven progress across the division.

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Goal 1: Develop and implement a multi-year Student Affairs facility renewal plan.

  • Identify and prioritize the physical infrastructure needs for each Division of Student Affairs building.
  • Develop a Facilities Condition Assessment Program internally to monitor the condition of our buildings in real time.
  • Prioritize and schedule infrastructure repairs and improvements, anticipating risks and rewards for each project. 
  • Deliver a preventive and predictive maintenance program with new campus projects.
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Goal 2: Diversify income streams and identify divisional efficiencies to achieve department and divisional financial goals.   

  • Evaluate the benefits of aggregating resources from the Student Affairs departments and identify purchasing, staffing, and resource-sharing efficiencies. 
  • Explore the feasibility of replacing or supplementing the current self-supporting funding model with funding from the university, state, endowments, or corporate sponsorships.
  • Partner with academic units to explore how we can fund residence hall renewal. 
  • Develop a financially sustainable capital renewal and deferred maintenance funding plan for renewing existing infrastructure. 

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