This document builds on Blueprint 1.0 and is meant to capture strategic planning for the collaborative activities of the regional campuses. It does not supersede or replace the strategic plans developed for each individual campus.
Indiana’s regional campuses are the first choice for many Hoosier students who seek baccalaureate degrees or selected master’s degrees in a setting close to home that provides both flexibility and the resources of a major public university.
The Blueprint for Student Attainment focuses on the strategic goals of the regional campuses collectively but does not replace individual campus strategic plans. It is intended to complement the existing efforts of each campus, take advantage of shared strengths, and help identify synergies and efficiencies in regional campus operations.
Sections of the Blueprint and implementation documents are linked below. Access the full documents from the container to the right.
- Transmittal Letter to the President
- Transmittal Letter from the Steering Committee
- Blueprint Team Members
Priorities, Strategies and Actions
Appendix B: Team Reports
- Access and Innovation
- Affordability and Efficiency
- Excellent, Distinctive Education
- Meeting Regional and State Needs
- Pathways and Transitions
- Student Success
- Report to the Indiana University Board of Trustees (June 2012)
- Blueprint for Student Attainment First Generation Study (August 2012)
Press Release (June 23, 2011)
The implementation document outlines the basic structure and key initiatives for implementation in the coming year. It is likely to evolve as the chancellors, associate/assistant vice presidents and others begin to formalize the operations which will drive the implementation activities. In some cases, groups are already at work on some of these initiatives and their efforts will be coordinated with the Blueprint activities.
View the broad planning document, or select detailed planning information below.
- Expand and Deepen a Strong Two-Way Partnership with ITCC
- Joint Academic Programming and Faculty Development
- Expand Research and Learning Directed Toward Regional Needs and Non-Traditional College Students
- Collaboratively Expand the Use of Online and Hybrid Education