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The 2016-21 strategic planning initiative is Cal Maritime's first ever, major comprehensive strategic planning effort in the institution's history.  Designed to help Cal Maritime deliver on the promises made in our vision, mission, and core values, the planning initiative is comprised of an Academic Master Plan (which serves as the keystone plan), and six supporting plans that address planning efforts in Enrollment, IT, Facilities, Fundraising/Communications, Residence Life, and Athletics. 

Driven by the Vision Document and the Educational Master Planning Guide (EMPG), and anchored by six Campus Strategic Goals (CSGs), each of the seven plans are developing a set of objectives, outcomes, and strategies to help Cal Maritime achieve significant progress toward our aspiration of becoming the maritime university to the world, preeminent in research and discovery, teaching and learning, leadership and professional development, and civic and social engagement. 

Please take a moment to navigate your way through these interactive planning pages to learn more about our comprehensive planning efforts.

 

Campus Strategic Goals 2016-2021

 

 
 
Extend our reach as a Maritime University by enhancing ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE and advancing research and educational programs.

 

Expand the breadth and depth of STUDENT LEARNING, leadership development, engagement, and support services.

Prepare the campus community to anticipate and respond to challenges and opportunities in higher education and the GLOBAL MARITIME PROFESSION.


Invest in efficient, sustainable infrastructure and practices that promote ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE.

Strengthen and develop PARTNERSHIPS to extend our impact and prominence locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.

Foster a diverse living-learning CAMPUS COMMUNITY to provide an attractive, inclusive and intellectually stimulating environment.

 

 

Strategic Plans (2016-2021)

 

 

 
 
 

Academic Master Plan 

 

The mission of Cal Maritime's Academic Master Plan (AMP) Committee is to guide the academic direction of the University over the next five years by prioritizing growth in specific academic programs and identifying new programs, curricular and co-curricular, for develop­ment. The Academic Master Plan (AMP) will integrate and inform all of the other University supporting plans.

Through thoughtful planning that engages the entire Cal Maritime community, the Academic Master Plan will result in high-quality educational programs that enhance institutional relevance, while maintaining Cal Maritime's unique maritime identity. 

  • Current academic programming will continue its commitment to hands-on, immersive learning, and will strengthen our maritime university focus, as well as and our global reach and outlook.
  • New programs will be developed through careful consideration of both future needs of maritime-related fields and student enrollment demand.
  • New programming will encourage a culture of active, engaged inquiry and will expand research opportunities for both faculty and students. Academic programming will be developed in ways that leverage existing campus strengths and anticipate the demands of a diverse student body.
  • The process of developing academic programs will be transparent, iterative, and one that engages all stakeholders.
  • The first five-year plan will provide direction for the planning and implementation of academic programming for the remaining years of the 15-year strategic plan.
 

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Strategic Enrollment Plan

The mission of the SEPC is to develop a student and faculty strategic enrollment plan, based on the conceptual vision of the Educational Master Planning Guide (EMPG), and, thereafter working collaboratively with the other strategic planning committees, to position Cal Maritime for a sustained period of controlled growth.

To increase access to maritime and related professions for more aspirants and to sustain the affordability of public education at Cal Maritime, the Academy will increase enrollment through intentional, calibrated and controlled growth via thoughtful, collaborative campus planning.

  • Support one or more of the objectives/aspirations of the CSU system and of the Cal Maritime Campus Strategic Goals for the first five year plan (2016-2021) in developing objectives, desired outcomes and strategies.

  • Apply creative solutions and strategies, while casting a wide net across the CSU to discover best practices, best processes, and the best tools.

  • Review progress and make revisions to the objectives, desired outcomes, and strategies as needed to meet the goals of Cal Maritime.

    End State

    Based on analyses and information gathered by the SEPC, by 2021, the student and faculty headcount and full time equivalent student and faculty numbers should be approximately:

    Student Headcount

    FTES

    Faculty Headcount

    FTEF

    1471

    1589

    145

    125

 

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Fundraising & Communications Master Plan 

 

The mission of the Strategic Fundraising & Communications (FUND) Committee is to develop a comprehensive fundraising and communications plan based on the conceptual vision of the educational Master Planning Guide (EMPG), and thereafter, working collaboratively with the other strategic planning committees to position Cal Maritime for a sustained period of controlled growth.
To facilitate the growth of Cal Maritime through increased private philanthropy and awareness of the maritime industry and related professions through collaborative campus outreach.
  • Enhance financial support for new and existing programs as outlined in the Academic Master Plan.
  • Employ fundraising best practices from higher education and the CSU Chancellor's office.
  • Maximize philanthropic potential.
  • Evolve to meet the changing needs of Cal Maritime as the other strategic plans develop.
  • Build effective partnerships with key stakeholders.
 

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Athletics Master Plan


The mission of the Athletics Planning Committee is to develop an athletics plan, based on the conceptual vision of the Educational Master Planning Guide (EMPG).  The plan will be developed with the maximum input from students, faculty, staff, and the community and by working collaboratively with the other strategic planning committees with the intent to position Cal Maritime for excellence in academics, athletics, and fitness.  

To become a pre-eminent Division II program in the California Pacific Conference and nationally, which enhances Cal Maritime's educational mission and values while operating within the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' principles' and regulations.

To instill in our students the value of an active and healthy lifestyle that includes recreation and physical fitness.

  • Support one or more of the objectives/aspirations of the CSU system and of the Cal Maritime Campus Strategic Goals for the first five year plan (2016-2021) in developing objectives, desired outcomes and strategies.
  • Consider changes and new programming opportunities in athletics and fitness that will support the Academic Master Plan and other strategic plans.
  • Leverage current facilities to improve athletic and fitness opportunities for all students, staff and faculty.
  • Review progress and make revisions to the objectives, desired outcomes, and strategies as needed to meet the goals of Cal Maritime.
 

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Information Technology Master Plan 

 

Information Technology Services provides secure, reliable and integrated technology solutions in alignment with academic and administrative goals, while delivering excellence in customer service. In support of this mission, we will:

  • Partner with the college community to understand the information technology needs of faculty, staff and students.
  • Provide leadership and planning for the effective and strategic use of emerging technologies.
  • Demonstrate technical and operational excellence through a commitment to professionalism and continuous service improvement.

The Technology Department will provide continuously improving services, create operational efficiencies, and foster innovation in support of Cal Maritime's mission and its community of staff, faculty and students.

  • Collaboration: We are dedicated to a constructive, team- oriented environment, gathering varied perspectives, sharing knowledge and building effective partnerships with key stakeholders.

  • Continuous Improvement: We strive for operational efficiencies  through the on-going development of the staff and the organization as a whole.

  • Innovation: We encourage creative and critical thinking in the development of technology services and solutions.

  • People: We listen to, respect and care for faculty, staff, students and one another, both professionally and personally.

  • Service: We strive to provide excellent service by being consistent, agile, reliable and accessible to all.

 

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Student Life Plan

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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