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Strategic Directions

Prof. Max Latona

Creating Educational Distinction
We will offer students a high-quality and distinctive curriculum that integrates the deep learning of the liberal arts with career, community engagement, and cross-cultural experiences to enable our graduates to achieve personal and professional success in a global society. We will enrich faculty teaching and scholarship, expand our curricular offerings, and further integrate academic and co-curricular learning to ensure that students experience outstanding teaching, scholarship, and student development.

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Developing Ethical Leaders for a Global Society
The college will broaden and build upon its existing commitments to provide an education that offers extraordinary opportunities for civic, political, and community engagement. New initiatives in social justice, intercultural competency, and global awareness will be added to an educational framework that values inclusion and seeks to develop a new generation of informed and ethical leaders.

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Partnering for the Future
To expand the variety and impact of academic, research, professional, and community engagement opportunities for students, faculty, and staff, we will identify and develop new partnerships with alumni and external stakeholders to achieve mutually beneficial goals.

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Advancing Reputation and Reach
In order to advance Saint Anselm's reputation and recognition among all stakeholders, the college will build a sustainable enrollment management model and develop a fully integrated marketing strategy that enhances communication with prospective students, parents, alumni, community partners, and benefactors.

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Stewarding and Extending Resources
Recognizing that the sustainability and advancement of Saint Anselm’s mission and vision in Catholic higher education is predicated on obtaining new resources and carefully stewarding existing ones, we will seek to achieve financial, physical, human, and technological capacity required to advance the college and safeguard our environmental resources and obligations.