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Strategic Plan

Moravian College is once again honoring our past by investing in our future. As we reflect on the successful completion of our last Strategic Plan, Vision 2020, we couldn't be more excited to embark on building our next plan. We will add more details to this page as we move forward.

Vision & Values

Moravian College's liberal arts education prepares each individual for a reflective life, fulfilling careers, and transformative leadership in a world of change.

Last Revised: February 7, 2021

  Aligning For Growth United in Learning Together Towards Equity Building a New Legacy
Students & Stakeholders Next Level Academic Programs Universal Skills & Job Guarantee Transformative Institution Bringing Voice to Values Campaign for the Future
Financial Resources Invest in Enrollment Next Level Advising Invest in Affordability Initiatives Invest in People
Internal Processes Compelling Marketing & Storytelling Global & Internship Opportunities Threading Inclusive Excellence Throughout Leveraging Technology & Integrating Data
Organizational Capacity Partnerships for New Possibilities Connecting the Curriculum Supporting Success for All Students Adaptive & Vibrant Spaces

Other Considerations: in the first two themes Universal Skills and Guaranteed Outcomes; Linking Liberal Arts to Outcomes; Programs for the New American University

Current Pillar Overviews

Chairs: Nicole Loyd, Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students and Nicholas Creary, Professor of History and Associate Provost of Academic Inclusion and Innovation

Vice Chair: Amy Saul, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean for Career & Civic Engagement 

THEME OVERVIEW

Learning that is active and built through collaboration across campus is core to what we do and who we are. Connecting students to opportunities in and out of the classroom (with alums and with employers for instance) and providing the best in student services can also set our experience apart.

Chair: Daisy Purdy, Assistant Professor and Associate Provost of Community, Equity, and Engagement

Vice Chairs: Jon Conrad, Vice President for Human Resources and Greg Meyer, Associate Dean of Students

THEME OVERVIEW

We continually seek to be a transformative institution bringing voice to our shared values. In these times, this means deep reflection on who we are and how we serve students from all backgrounds. Ultimately, we want to support the success of every student and be a place where our graduates and the whole community can take action together toward equity.

Chairs: Mark Reed, Vice President for Finance & Administration and Chief Financial Officer and Jill Anderson, Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement

Vice Chair: David Brandes, Chief Information Officer

THEME OVERVIEW

For centuries, Moravian has made a difference, and that mission comes to life anew every day through the amazing effort of each of you. Investing in our teams is critical. Additionally, to achieve our future aspirations requires an innovative use of technology and physical spaces that are adaptive and vibrant.

Chairs: Cynthia Kosso, Provost and Dean of Faculty and Scott Dams, Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

Vice Chair: Katie P. Desiderio, Executive Director of Graduate Business Programs and Assistant Vice President, Corporate-Educational Partnerships

THEME OVERVIEW

Our future growth will be driven by continued investment in current and new academic programs and by new external partnerships. Relatedly, we have the chance to better tell our unique story and be creative with how we recruit.

Spring Timeline

  • January 22: Joint Board Meeting
  • February: Pillar Team Groups meet to consider and recommend initiatives, actions, details
  • March: Steering Committee selects initiatives recommended by the pillar team groups to recommend further to the President. The President then approves, modifies, resources, and sequences in preparation for the Board
  • April: The strategic plan recommendations are packaged to present to the Board of Trustees for approval
  • Summer 2021: Build action plans for the new initiatives

We want to hear from you!