Implementing OSU’s Strategic Plan 4.0
The OSU Board of Trustees approved the University’s current strategic plan SP4.0—Transformation, Excellence and Impact—in October 2018. The plan was developed through an extensive stakeholder engagement process that assessed what was accomplished under the prior plan, considered current opportunities and challenges, refined areas of strategic focus, identified and modified goals, and informed the prioritization of actions over the next five years.
The new plan takes into consideration the University’s recent visioning exercise, which sought to anticipate OSU’s future unique contributions to the higher education landscape. VISION 2030: Distinction, Access and Excellence articulates the kind of promise, focus, and distinction among premier research institutions that Oregon State University is capable of achieving if it is bold in its actions and effective in the use of its resources.
Provost Edward Feser has charged Rick Settersten, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, with coordinating the implementation and assessment of progress on SP4.0 actions and tactics.