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Strategic Directions 

Strategic Direction 1 Learning AgilityOffer multiple access and delivery avenues to build and refine knowledge and skills

Areas of Focus
  • Expand flexible delivery options for students
  • Further develop career pathways with stackable credentials
  • Increase high school graduates entering with credits earned

  • Strategic Direction 2 Innovation LeaderFocus our entrepreneurial spirit on new designs for education linked to emerging opportunities

    Areas of Focus
  • Strategic investment proposals
  • New initiative requests
  • Benchmark best practices of other colleges

  • Strategic Direction 3 Student SuccessImprove learning outcomes through the redesign of organizational practices

    Areas of Focus
  • Strengthen course completion rates
  • Support student persistence to complete credentials
  • Improve graduation rates
  • Assist basic skills students in transitioning to occupational programs
  • Maintain strong employment rate

  • Strategic Direction 4 Robust PartnershipsEnergize regional economic potential through strong and dynamic partner connections

    Areas of Focus
  • Revitalize advisory committees
  • Target dialogue with key industry sectors
  • Design more program pathways for K-12 students
  • Expand contract services for employers
  • Collaborate with community organizations

  • Strategic Direction 5 Cohesive CultureBuild on strong working relationships to create a more cohesive organizational culture.

    Areas of Focus
  • Advance cross-functional team projects
  • Foster cohesiveness of the college culture

  • The strategic plan was formally adopted by the Board in August 2013. These directions will guide the College through 2016. Annual goals for each strategic direction have been articulated and implementation has begun. The key measures and targets will be monitored by College administration and the Board.

    2013-2016 Strategic Plan Brochure   (pdf)

    FVTC Strategic Alignment Model  (pdf)

    Address any questions regarding the planning process to Dr. Patti Frohrib at
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