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Strategic Plan

The Honors College strategic plan for 2013‐2016 identifies four goals and a number of supporting initiatives formulated to become a national model for public Honors Colleges.

Initiatives:

  1. Develop a comprehensive recruitment and scholarship plan targeting high school and current Georgia State University students.
  2. Develop a comprehensive marketing and branding plan for internal and external communities.
  3. Initiate an application process for the Honors College.

Initiatives:

  1. Increase the quality, consistency, clarity and support for current honors courses.
  2. Partner with other colleges, academic departments, and programs to develop creative curriculum and signature experiences.
  3. Enhance undergraduate research and publishing opportunities.
  4. Create experiential learning opportunities in Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and internationally.
  5. Identify and develop candidates for prestigious national scholarships.

Initiatives:

  1. Significantly increase communications with alumni and involve them in the life of the Honors College.
  2. Create targeted signature events (e.g., Founder’s Lecture Series and annual Honors College service event).
  3. Establish a donor recognition program.
  4. Establish a student, faculty and alumni recognition program.

Initiatives:

  1. Conduct an assessment of operational efficiency/effectiveness and staff roles and responsibilities.
  2. Develop and reclassify existing staff and add positions to support key initiatives.
  3. Create an Honors College Executive Committee and faculty affiliate program.
  4. Automate data access, control, reporting and the scholarship application process.

Download the Honors College Strategic Plan