The original strategic plan 2015-2017 set the course for the university's focus on student retention and success, and was the result of an initial six-month development process at the beginning of 2015. This process involved Council, the Vice-Chancellor's Senior Team, the Student Retention and Success Project Team, staff and students. The Plan was open to university-wide consultation with further consideration of all feedback. The strategic plan is now, once again under review for the development of a 2018-2020 version. Priorities, objectives and strategies are currently being reviewed with a consultation goal date of mid February. Until then, we are using the fourth version of the plan (V4).
The focused working groups highlighted in The Plan have been formed and work is well underway. The working groups include one each on:
- Student Surveys,
- Student Interventions,
- Unified Communications, and
- Academic Progress Committee Review.
If you would like information on any of these working parties, please contact the Student Retention and Success Initiative Coordinator, Kim Ferguson on 5327 6885.
We release a monthly update on the programs and activities that are underway to arrest attrition and maximise student retention and success. These updates are sent out through FedNews, with the most recent being made available below.