1. Implement a “one college” organizational model focused on the needs and success of students and the community:
    • open, two-way communication;
    • shared planning and decision making;
    • continuous improvement, strategic planning and budgeting;
    • integrated programming and services (curriculum and continuing education);
    • career and education planning;
    • workforce preparedness; and
    • economic, social, and cultural development.
  2. Create and gain support for a comprehensive curriculum and continuing education instructional plan that identifies:
    • niche and standard programs and services with projected rates of enrollment and utilization;
    • niche and standard instructional methodologies, technologies, and delivery systems; and
    • related staffing/faculty (quantity, pay, expertise, etc.), facility, grounds, technology, and funding needs.
  3. Enhance the content of and the enrollment in applied technology programs while maintaining strong college transfer programs.
  4. Establish an organizational structure and a fiscal plan that places greater emphasis on instruction and student success.
  5. Successfully diversify fundraising efforts.