Assure College resources are
deployed in support of strategic
priorities and used in a prudent,
cost-effective manner through
continued use of the zero-based
resource assessment process.
Increase campus-based revenues,
including the multi-year tuition
plan, patient care, facilities-use
agreements, continuing education
and research grants.
Implement the College’s enrollment
management plan, increasing
the entering class size for the
professional degree program to 100.
Continue to develop the College’s
physical infrastructure in support of
a 21st-century health profession’s
education, research and patient
care facility.
Begin implementation of the College’s
2013-2018 Facilities Master Plan with
a focus on the University Eye Center.
Enhance our fundraising efforts by
successfully completing “The Vision
and the Promise” campaign and
implementing effective and ongoing
post-campaign strategies.
Implement high-quality programs,
activities and special events to
prepare students and residents
for their careers, including an
annual career symposium and
new mentoring program.
Offer services to College alumni
that are tailored to their needs.
Create new pathways for alumni,
industry partners and potential
donors to engage with the
College community.
Monitor employment trends as well as
state and national legislation issues
and respond by providing up-to-date
programming for students, residents
and alumni.
Create programs and activities to
enhance minority groups’ education
and overall experience at the College.
Maintain graduate debt below the
national average for schools and
colleges of optometry.
Assure the College’s programs and strategic goals
are achieved through ongoing, responsible, effective
long-term financial planning resource allocation and
infrastructure development:
Provide students, residents and alumni with the
services to succeed in their careers:
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