Welcome to the LCC Strategy website.
For the last several months, the LCC community has been engaged in two separate but related projects: 1) identifying the strategic challenges that face the College through wide-ranging conversations with numerous campus and community stakeholders, and 2) developing a strategic plan that sets out the college’s priorities, clarifies its mission and values, and articulates specific and measurable goals in the context of those challenges.
The Strategic Challenges project considered external issues that could have a substantial impact on the college’s operations. Several common themes emerged from discussions with faculty, students, staff, community members, and the Board of Trustees, including the potential impact of funding shifts; new rules, goals, and roles; new competition, the changing realities of our students’ lives; demographic and community factors; organizational climate and communications issues; and the ever-accelerating pace of change.t sets out the college’s priorities, clarifies its mission and values, and articulates specific and measurable goals in the context of those challenges.
Thank you to everyone who has provided input into this process. Your contributions have been invaluable and your insights are very much appreciated.We now move into a discussion of the Strategic Planning project and are currently asking the campus community to identify preliminary issues and ideas that can be used in the development of a comprehensive plan that will guide the College for the next several years.
Opportunities to provide input into the plan include several informal Friday meetings this month and next, including January 18 and 25 and February 1, 8, and 15. Lunch will be provided at each of these meetings beginning at 11:30 a.m. with discussion running from 12:15 to 2:00 p.m.
If you would like to attend one of these meetings, please RSVP to Margo Whalen at firstname.lastname@example.org by the Monday before the meeting you wish to attend.