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									Instructions for Completing the 3-Year Plan Template
The 3-Year Plan Template begins in the Excel worksheet with the tab IA1 (following the Banner
abbreviations worksheet). Information for your area should be entered in the shaded boxes under the
appropriate University initiative. You may add as many rows as necessary to accommodate your
individual plan.



Due dates for completed 3-Year Plans are as follows:
Plans due to Academic Deans:   October 17
Plans due to AVCAA:           November 7
Plans due to Chancellor:       November 14



TIPS FOR WORKING IN EXCEL:
--Cells on the worksheet are set up to wrap text to fit within the pre-set cell size.
--Cells can only show 1,024 characters, so entries need to be worded to accommodate that limitation.
--Cell height may be altered by dragging the lower right corner of the row number down until all typing
is viewed on the screen.
--To enter a “hard” carriage return (begin on a new line) within a cell, use ALT+ENTER


TIPS FOR DEVELOPING AND ENTERING PLAN:

Column A – Level

Insert the Banner abbreviation for College or Office (abbreviations appear in Columns A/B of this
Excel file in the worksheet with tab “Banner Abbreviations”)
   College
   Office

Column B – Primary Responsibility

Insert the Banner abbreviation for Academic Department, Office, Division, or College.

Column C Initiative #

Number of initiative supported (should match number of tab for that initiative)
  Goal Roman numeral
  Objective Capital letter
  Initiative Arabic numeral

Column D Initiative

--University level initiatives and may NOT be changed
--College/department/office level initiative should reflect university initiative
Columns E-I – Measurable Outcomes

Column E – Previous Year (2003/04) –      Column heading highlighted in green

--This column is provided to show what the measurable outcomes were for the previous year.
--When the plan is complete, this column should be deleted making the 2004/05 column Year 1 (the
first column) of the measurable outcomes.
--PLEASE REVIEW THE INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS COLUMN BEFORE DELETING THE
COLUMN to determine if the wording needs to be transferred to the 2004/05 column. For example, if
the information in the 2004/05 column simply says "continue," then the wording for the from the
2003/04 column should be copied to the 2004/05 column to provide the outcome that will be
measured.

Column F – Year 1 of the Plan (2004/05)

--List or describe an end result that may be counted or assessed that supports attainment of the
University initiative in Year 1 of the plan
--This will become the first column of measurable outcomes – make sure that the information included
provides a clear outline of the outcomes to be measured

Column G – Year 2 of the Plan (2005/06)

--List or describe an end result that may be counted or assessed that supports attainment of the
University initiative in Year 2

Column H – Year 3 of the Plan (2006/07) –

                                                 Column heading that supports attainment of the
--List or describe an end result that may be counted or assessed highlighted in blue
University initiative in 2006-07
--This column will be blank to allow addition of information for Year 3 of the plan (2006-07)

Column I - Out Years

--List or describe an end result that may be counted or assessed that supports attainment of the
University initiative beyond the three years included in the plan
--May be blank
                                                          Banner Abbreviations


Academic                                                                    Office
Abbreviation             Banner Description                                 Abbreviation   Banner Description
                                                                            ACA            Academic Affairs
AA                       College of Agriculture &Applied Sciences           ADT            Visual and Theatre Arts
     AGR                     Agriculture & Natural Resources                ADD            Admissions - Director
     FCS                     Family and Consumer Sciences                   ADM            Admissions
     MIL                     Military Science                               AEG            Martin Experiment Station
     NUR                     Nursing                                        AFE            Accounting,Finance & Economics
BP                       College of Business and Public Affairs             AFF            EEOC
     AFE                     Accounting,Finance & Economics                 AGP            West Tennessee Ag Pavilion
     CIS                     Computer Science & Inf Systems                 AGR            Agriculture&Natural Resources
     MMP                     Mgmt, Marketing and Pol Sc                     ALA            Alumni Affairs
EB                       College of Education and Behavior Sciences         ARC            Arts Council
     EDS                     Educational Studies                            ATA            Athletics - Women's Basketball
     HHP                     Health and Human Performance                   ATB            Athletics - Men's Basketball
     PSY                     Psychology                                     ATC            Athletics - Soccer
     SOC                     Soc, Anth, Soc Work, And Crim                  ATE            Athletics - Tennis
ES                       College of Engineering and Natural Sciences        ATF            Athletics - Football
     BIO                     Biological Sciences                            ATG            Athletics - Golf
     CHE                     Chemistry                                      ATH            Intercollegiate Athletics Adm
     ENR                     Engineering                                    ATL            Athletics - Baseball
     GEO                     Geology, Geography and Physics                 ATM            Athletics - Men
     MAT                     Mathematics and Statistics                     ATO            Athletics - Softball
HF                       College of Humanities and Fine Arts                ATQ            Athletics - Rodeo
     COM                     Communications                                 ATR            Athletics - Track
     ENG                     English                                        ATS            Athletics - Sports
     HIP                     History and Philosophy                         ATT            Athletics - Trainer
     MFL                     Modern Foreign Languages                       ATV            Athletics - Volleyball
     MUS                     Music                                          ATW            Athletics - Women
     ADT                     Visual and Theatre Arts                        BAA            Budget and Payroll
                                                                            BAF            Business Affairs
                                                                            BAH            Business Affairs - Director
                                                                            BAI            Finance and Administration
     RCD                      Academic Records                              BAL            Business Affairs - Loans
     UCC                      Computer Services                             BDS            Building Services
     CUR                      Curriculum and Assessment                     BIO            Biological Sciences
     ECC                      ECCE                                          BKS            University Store
     FRS                      Freshmen Studies                              BP             Business & Public Affairs
     GEN                      General Studies                               BP             Business and Public Affairs
     GRA                      Graduate Studies                              BSP            Business Services
     HON                      Honors Programs                               BUC            Boling University Center
     LIB                      Library                                       CAP            Child Care Assessment Prgm
     OUS                      Online and University Studies                 CAR            Campus Art
     RGC                      Research, Grants, and Contracts               CCC            Children's Center
     SLC                      Student Academic Support                      CCO            Skyhawk Card Services
     USC                      University Scholars                           CCR            Convenience Copier Repair
                                                                            CED            Extended Campus Continuing Ed
                                                                            CEX            Center Of Excellence
                                                                            CFG            Child and Family Grant Program
                                                                            CGR            Care Of Grounds
                                                                            CHA            Chancellor's Office
                                                                            CHC            Child Care Resource
                                                                            CHE            Chemistry
                                                                            CHL            Chemistry - Lab
                                                                            CIS            Computer Science & Inf Systems
                                                                            COM            Communications
                                                                            CQP            Ctr for Quality & Productivity
                                                                            CRS            Career Services
                                                                            CRU            UT Federal Credit Union
                                                                            CSC            Counseling and Career Services
                                                                            CST            Central Stores
                                                                            CTA            Child Care Technical Asst. Ctr
                                                                            CUR            Curriculum and Assessment

  371eb933-2f8a-4617-bbde-75240ead7bb3.xls Banner Abbreviations                                                       3
                                                        Banner Abbreviations


         Office                                                    Office
         Abbreviation            Banner Description                Abbreviation   Banner Description
         CUS                     Custodial Services                IPS            Institute for Public Service
         DEV                     University Advancement            IS             Interdisciplinary Studies
         DIN                     Dining Services                   ITC            Instructional Technology Ctr
         DMS                     Military Science                  LAV            Library - Audio Visual
         DRA                     Drama                             LCG            Library - Catalog
         DUN                     Dunagan Banking Chair of Excel    LCN            Library - Circulation
         DVA                     Development Alumni                LIB            Library
         DVD                     Development-Director              LLN            Library - Loans
         DVR                     Research, Grants, & Contracts     LMS            Library - Media Services
         EB                      Education & Behavioral Science    LRF            Library - Reference
         EB                      Education & Behavior Sciences     MAT            Mathematics and Statistics
         ECC                     ECCE                              MFL            Modern Foreign Languages
         ECE                     Ctr for Environ/Conserv Educ      MIL            Military Science
         EDM                     Education-Learning Resource Ct    MIN            Campus Ministries
         EDS                     Educational Studies               MMP            Mgmt, Marketing and Pol Sc
         EMP                     Employment Information Service    MSM            Museum
         ENA                     English - Cwsp Sup                MUS            Music
         ENB                     English - Cwsp Sup                NCP            NW TN Child Care Provider Trng
         ENG                     English                           ND             Non-Departmentalized Programs
         ENL                     English - Lab                     ND             Non-Departmentalized Programs
         ENR                     Engineering                       NUR            Nursing
         EQU                     Equine Center                     OUS            On-line University Studies
         ES                      Engineering & Natural Sciences    PAC            PACE Program
         ES                      Engineering & Natural Sciences    PBS            Public Service
         ESS                     Education-Student Services, Sc    PBX            Post Office
         EVE                     Evening School                    PCH            Peach Program
         EXV                     Exec Vice Chanc Development       PDS            Printing & Duplicating Service
         FAF                     Finance and Administration        PER            Human Resources
         FAP                     Facilities Planning               PHP            Physical Plant
         FCR                     Family Child Care Regis. Prgm     PIR            Parent Info & Resource Ctr
         FCS                     Family and Consumer Sciences      PPA            Physical Plant Operations
         FMC                     Faculty Multi-Media Center        PSY            Psychology
         FR                      Freshman Studies                  PUR            Purchasing
         FRD                     Faculty Research/Development      RCD            Academic Records
         FRS                     Freshmen Studies                  REC            Campus Recreation
         GEN                     General Studies                   REL            University Relations
         GEO                     Geology, Geography And Physics    SAC            SACS Self-Study Office
         GOV                     Governor's School Humanities      SAF            Student Affairs
         GRA                     Graduate Studies                  SAS            Public Safety
         GS                      General Studies                   SDE            State Department of Education
         GST                     General Studies                   SEC            Educational Studies(Disc F'00)
         HDX                     Hendrix Chair                     SFA            Student Financial Assistance
         HF                      Humanities & Fine Arts            SGA            Student Government Association
         HF                      Humanities and Fine Arts          SLC            Student Academic Support Centr
         HHP                     Health and Human Performance      SLO            Student Life
         HIP                     History and Philosophy            SOC            Soc, Anth, Soc Work, And Crim
         HON                     Honors Programs                   SPI            Sports Information
         HP                      Honors Program                    SPO            Sports Information
         HRS                     Human Resources (Al Hooten)       TEI            TN Early Intervention Systems
         HSA                     Housing Administration            TEL            Telephone Services
         HSG                     Office of Housing                 TRS            Transportation Services
         HSP                     Healthy Start Program             UCC            Computer Services
         HTH                     Student Health Services           US             University Scholars
         HVA                     Heating, Ventilation, & AC        USC            University Scholars
         IDS                     Interdisciplinary Studies         UTV            WLJT-TV
         INA                     Audit and Consulting Services     UVS            University Scholars
         INF                     Infant Stimulation Program        WAR            Warehouse
         INP                     International Programs, Sch       WES            WestStar
         INS                     Institutional Research & Plan
         INT                     International Programs
         IP                      International Programs

371eb933-2f8a-4617-bbde-75240ead7bb3.xls Banner Abbreviations                                                      4
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                                Initiative                                             2004/05                                               2005/06                                         2006-07                                  Out Years


University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs
University Objective A. To develop and maintain curricula and instruction to support quality programs through:
Univ     ACA             1    Curriculum/Instructional Review/Revision (i.e., reviewing and [Would include Honors Programs, increased use
                              revising existing curricula and instructional practices)      of technology*, international travel/study,
                                                                                            graduate/undergraduate research and scholarly
                                                                                            activities, experiential credit, etc.]




UCC      UCC           IA1      Increase the integrated use of technology for instructional   Continue a regular schedule of modularized            Evaluate previous year and make adjustments       Evaluate previous year success and adjustments Evaluate previous year success and
                                purposes                                                      faculty technology training opportunities                                                                                                              make adjustments
                                                                                              Continue providing summer workshops where             Require all courses to have an online presence
                                                                                              faculty complete projects for implementation in the   (can only be accomplished as an initiative from
                                                                                              Fall                                                  VCAA and Deans)
                                                                                              Provide custom technology training in the actual
                                                                                              classrooms for faculty



UCC      UCC           IA1      Increase the usage of Blackboard Course Management system     Provide Blackboard training blitzes to encourage      Evaluate previous year's success and make         Evaluate previous year's success and make      Evaluate previous year's success and
                                                                                              new Blackboard users                                  adjustments                                       adjustments                                    make adjustments

                                                                                              Continue to establish an online presence for all
                                                                                              courses

UCC      UCC           IA1      Maintain a stable online course environment Blackboard Course Upgrade the Blackboard Course Management                                                                                                               Upgrade the Blackboard Course
                                Management software                                           software to a new version                                                                                                                              Management software to a new version
          Primary
          Respon-      Initia-
 Level     sibility    tive #                                Initiative                                            2004/05                                        2005/06                              2006-07           Out Years


University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs
University Objective A. To develop and maintain curricula and instruction to support quality programs through:
Univ     ACA             2    Curriculum/Program Development (i.e., developing new          [Would include Honors Programs, online &
                              programs, curricula, courses, and instructional methods as    distance curricula and courses*, new majors,
                              needed to support academic programs)                          minors, concentrations, new courses, etc.]


UCC      UCC            IA2      Pilot new instructional technologies                        Implement additional cart or carts if the pilot   Evaluate and expand or discontinue   Evaluate and expand or discontinue
                                                                                             proves successful
          Primary
          Respon-      Initia-
 Level     sibility    tive #                               Initiative                                            2004/05                                        2005/06                                        2006-07                                 Out Years


University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs

University Objective A. To develop and maintain curricula and instruction to support quality programs through:
Univ     ACA             3    Library Resources (i.e., Achieving an adequate level of library As measured by: number and type of library
                              resources)                                                      resources allocated per budget and planning
                                                                                              documents
UCC      UCC            IA3      Achieve an adequate level of library resources               Continue technology fee purchases for online   Continue technology fee purchases for online   Continue technology fee purchases for online   Continue technology fee purchases for
         LIB                                                                                  resources - $20,000                            resources - $20,000                            resources - $20,000                            online resources - $20,000
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                            Initiative                                             2004/05                                          2005/06                                     2006-07                               Out Years


University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs

Objective C. To provide appropriate academic support to foster student learning through:
Univ     ACA            1    Academic Support Services                                   [Would include academic advising, mentoring
                                                                                         program for students, Student Academic Support
                                                                                         services, enhancing programs and services for
                                                                                         nontraditional/extended campus populations, etc.]




UCC      UCC           1C1      Enhance Academic Advising                                  Continue adding new catalogs to CAPP              Continue adding new catalogs to CAPP       Continue adding new catalogs to CAPP         Continue adding new catalogs to CAPP


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Continue improving the Student
                                                                                           Continue improving the Student Information      Continue improving the Student Information   Continue improving the Student Information   Information System
                                                                                           System. Upgrade the Banner 6.x to newest stable System. Possibly Banner 7.x                  System
                                                                                           release
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                                Initiative                                                2004/05                                         2005/06                        2006-07                Out Years


University Goal II: Offer Student Services and Create an Atmosphere that Enhances the Collegiate Experience for ALL Students while recognizing and celebrating our diversity.

Objective A. To offer leadership training and experiences for all students through:
Univ     SAF             1     Leadership Training and Development (i.e., LEAD Academy, Enroll 100 LEAD Academy participants                       Enroll 125 LEAD Academy participants                        Enroll 150 LEAD Academy participants
                               Enroll 100 students)
UCC      UCC           IIA1     Promote excellent employee skills for students to use in future   Continue a program to reward a Computer           Continue                              Continue
                                jobs after graduation                                             Services Student Employee yearly for displaying
                                                                                                  excellence in the workplace. Utilize the Computer
                                                                                                  Services Gift Fund.
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                              Initiative                                                2004/05                                        2005/06                                        2006-07                                 Out Years


University Goal II: Offer Student Services and Create an Atmosphere that Enhances the Collegiate Experience for ALL Students while recognizing and celebrating our diversity.

Objective E. To Model and Encourage a Caring Attitude Toward All Students through:
Univ     SAF            2    Community Service Projects by UTM Students and Staff              Provide a campus environment that encourages   Provide a campus environment that encourages
                                                                                               community service                              community service
         SAF                    Incorporate Service Projects into LEAD Academy                 Increase student participation by 3%           Increase student participation by 3%                                                          Increase student participation by 3%


UCC      UCC           IIE2     Provide technology consulting services to the West Tennessee   Participate in activities for Weakley County   Participate in activities for Weakley County   Participate in activities for Weakley County
                                area                                                           Schools                                        Schools                                        Schools
                                                                                               Host the UT Martin Technology Showcase         Host the UT Martin Technology Showcase         Host the UT Martin Technology Showcase
           Primary
           Respon-      Initia-
 Level      sibility    tive #                               Initiative                                                2004/05                                           2005/06                                          2006-07   Out Years


Goal III. Reach Optimal Levels of Student Enrollment Through Effective Recruitment & Retention Efforts

Objective A. To Enroll at Least 6000 Students, Both On- and Off-Campus, through:
Univ     ACA             1     Campus-Wide Retention Programs and Activities                       Projected 2004 Fall Semester total headcount of   Projected 2005 Fall Semester total headcount of
                               As measured by Fall enrollment statistics for all strudent cohorts, 6,100                                             6,150
                               retention studies



UCC       UCC           IIIA1     Provide technology to assist in managing enrollment             Continue implementation and training Banner        Maintain and/or improve                           Maintain and/or improve
                                                                                                  Strategic Enrollment Management Module and
                                                                                                  begin training users

UCC       UCC           IIIA1     Provide technology to assist in managing enrollment             Continue implementation of the lottery scholarhsip Maintain                                          Maintain
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                                Initiative                                            2004/05                                           2005/06                                             2006-07                                    Out Years


Goal III. Reach Optimal Levels of Student Enrollment Through Effective Recruitment & Retention Efforts

Objective D. To Expand Programs and Services to Distance Education Students through:
Univ     SAF           2    Extended Campus Student Services (i.e., Providing student As measured by: Student satisfaction surveys,
                            services to meet the needs of extended campus students)   number and type of services offered




         SAF            2       Expand student services at Selmer                            Increase participation by 3%, satisfaction by ___ Increase participation by 3%, satisfaction by ___                                                     Increase participation by 3%,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     satisfaction by ___




UCC      UCC          IIID2     Provide appropriate distance learning infrastructure         Evaluate the quality and status of the video      Evaluate the quality and status of the video        Evaluate the quality and status of the video      Evaluate changes in compressed video
                                                                                             network relative to the needs of Extended         network relative to the needs of Extended           network relative to the needs of Extended         delivery infrastructure
                                                                                             Campus                                            Campus                                              Campus

                                                                                             Upgrade the video network through grants          Upgrade the video network through grants            Upgrade the video network through grants
                                                                                             initiated by ECCE                                 initiated by ECCE                                   initiated by ECCE

UCC      UCC          IIID2     Expand the support for online course offerings through New   Provide staffing in the ITC to support 50-80 top   Evaluate the needs of online course faculty and    Evaluate the needs of online course faculty and   Evaluate training and staffing needs
                                College, MSAOM, and other fully online courses               quality fully online courses planned for 2004/2005 create new training classes to address those       create new training classes to address those
                                                                                             and to further integrate technology into teaching needs.                                              needs.
                                                                                             methods
                                                                                             1 Web Designer/Programmer
                                                                                             1 Instructional Technologist
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                               Initiative                                              2004/05                                          2005/06                                        2006-07                                     Out Years


University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources

Objective D. To improve the safety, appearance, functionality, and maintenance of campus facilities, equipment, and grounds through:
Univ     FAF           1      Campus Improvement/Enhancement (i.e., Initiating actions to Number of projects completed per approved Local Number of projects completed per approved Local                                                        Number of projects completed per
                              improve or enhance campus facilities, equipment, and grounds) Capital Outlay project list                   Capital Outlay project list                                                                            approved Local Capital Outlay project
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 list




UCC      UCC           IVD1     Maintain the quality of the General Purpose Computer lab      Paint, tile, and replace tables in BA25          Paint, tile, and replace tables in Gooch 212   Paint, carpet, and replace tables in Library 2nd   Continue a regular maintenance
                                facilities                                                                                                                                                    floor lab                                          program on the General Purpose Labs


UCC      UCC           IVD1     Reduce storage space and costs related to physical document   Implement the document imaging plan if approved Expand the number of offices that are using     Expand the number of offices that are using        Evaluate the changing technology
                                storage and improve customer service in the process           in 03/04 for Financial Aid, Academic Records,   document imaging                                document imaging
                                                                                              Business Office.
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                                Initiative                                             2004/05                                               2005/06                                             2006-07   Out Years


University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources

Objective E. To provide adequate resources through:
Univ     FAF            2    Personnel ASSIGNMENT (i.e., Achieving an adequate level of       Develop assessment tools to determine adequacy        Develop assessment tools to determine adequacy
                             personnel)                                                       of staffing levels and request reassignments or       of staffing levels and request reassignments or
                                                                                              additional personnel if justified by the assessment   additional personnel if justified by the assessment
                                                                                              process                                               process



UCC      UCC          IVE2      Provide adequate pay for Computer Services staff that is      Increase salaries at minimum to UT grade level Monitor progress                                             Monitor progress
                                consistent with peer institutions and the other Information   midpoints, relative to responsibilities, experience,
                                Technology units in the UT System                             and training

UCC      UCC          IVE2      Provide adequate staffing to support wireless                 Add 1 full time Network Administrator to support      Evaluate                                              Evaluate
                                                                                              wireless as the access points expand above 30


UCC      UCC          IVE2      Provide research, planning, and monitoring of Information     Hire a full time Information Security Analyst         Evaluate                                              Evaluate
                                Security
          Primary
          Respon-      Initia-
 Level     sibility    tive #                                Initiative                                            2004/05                                           2005/06                                            2006-07                                    Out Years


University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources
Univ     FAF             3      Classroom/Lab Resources (i.e., Achieving an adequate level of Provide for campus projects to be funded by a      Provide for campus projects to be funded by a                                                       Provide for campus projects to be
                                state-of-the-art classroom and lab resources)                 facilities fee                                     facilities fee                                                                                      funded by a facilities fee




UCC      UCC           IVE3      Establish classrooms/labs with state-of-the-art technology   Continue implementing wireless in additional       Continue implementing wireless in additional       Continue implementing wireless in additional     Implement a plan for upgrading
                                                                                              buildings                                          buildings                                          buildings




UCC      UCC           IVE3      Establish classrooms/labs with state-of-the-art technology   Implement a plan for requiring notebook            Continue the plan if implemented                   Continue the plan if implemented
                                                                                              computers for students, if funding is provided


UCC      UCC           IVE3      Establish classrooms with state-of-the-art technology        Use technology fee funds to creat 2 new            Use technology fee funds to creat 2 new            Use technology fee funds to creat 2 new          Evaluate and modify as needed
                                                                                              electronic classrooms and replace equipment in     electronic classrooms and replace equipment in     electronic classrooms and replace equipment in
                                                                                              existing rooms                                     existing rooms                                     existing rooms

UCC      UCC           IVE3      Establish labs with state-of-the-art technology              Student access computers - continue the 3 year     Student access computers - continue the 3 year     Student access computers - continue the 3 year Evaluate and modify as needed
                                                                                              rotation for departmental and general purpose      rotation for departmental and general purpose      rotation for departmental and general purpose
                                                                                              labs replacing 190 computers, reduce this amount   labs replacing 190 computers, reduce this amount   labs replacing 190 computers, reduce this amount
                                                                                              some if a notebook plan for students is            some if a notebook plan for students is            some if a notebook plan for students is
                                                                                              implemented                                        implemented                                        implemented
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                                 Initiative                                                  2004/05                                               2005/06                                               2006-07                                        Out Years


University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources
Univ     FAF             4      Adequate Computer/Software Resources Including Trained Provide for IRIS training sessions as required                    Provide for IRIS training sessions as required
                                Staff (i.e., Providing SUPPORT AND adequate access to up-to-
                                date computers and software for students, faculty, and staff)


UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide good computers for faculty                                 Continue the 3 year rotation for full-time faculty    Continue the 3 year rotation for full-time faculty    Continue the 3 year rotation for full-time faculty    Evaluate changes in technology
                                                                                                   replacing 80 computers - $130,000, increase if        replacing 80 computers - $130,000, increase if        replacing 80 computers - $130,000, increase if
                                                                                                   providing faculty with notebooks with monitor,        providing faculty with notebooks with monitor,        providing faculty with notebooks with monitor,
                                                                                                   keyboard, mouse, and docking station                  keyboard, mouse, and docking station                  keyboard, mouse, and docking station


UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide adequate hardware and software for staff                   Implement a plan for replacing staff computers on Continue plan                                             Continue plan                                         Evaluate changes in technology
                                                                                                   a regular rotation if approved
UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide adequate hardware to support the Banner Student            maintain                                              maintain                                              maintain                                              Replace the Banner database and
                                Information System                                                                                                                                                                                                                   forms servers in 2007-2008: $150,000


UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide adequate hardware and software to support centralized Replace 1/5 of the servers and software yearly             Replace 1/5 of the servers and software yearly        Replace 1/5 of the servers and software yearly        Replace 1/5 of the servers and software
                                email, web services, file services, security, anti-virus, calenders, over 5 years, $100,000/year                         over 5 years, $100,000/year                           over 5 years, $100,000/year                           yearly over 5 years, $100,000/year
                                backups, Blackboard, and application services (excluding
                                Banner) for faculty, staff, and students


UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide quality access to computer software                        Implement plan to provide a standardized suite        Continue plan                                         Continue plan                                         Evaluate changes in technology
                                                                                                   and version of software for faculty, staff,
                                                                                                   classrooms, and labs, if funded in 03/04


UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide quality wide area network and local area data network      Upgrade the network speed, availability, and          Upgrade the network speed, availability, and          Upgrade the network speed, availability, and          Upgrade the network speed,
                                connectivity for students, faculty, and staff from on-campus       security - $50,000                                    security - $50,000                                    security - $50,000                                    availability, and security - $50,000

                                                                                                   Expand wireless access                                Continue improvements to wireless                     Continue improvements to wireless                     Continue improvements to wireless

                                                                                                   Upgrade network management software                   Upgrade network management software                   Upgrade network management software                   Evaluate changing technology




UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide support to faculty, staff, and students                    Evaluate the Computer Services staffing               Evaluate the Computer Services staffing               Evaluate the Computer Services staffing               Evaluate the Computer Services
                                                                                                   requirements to support the number of computers,      requirements to support the number of computers,      requirements to support the number of computers,      staffing requirements to support the
                                                                                                   # of users, and variety of software levels. Develop   # of users, and variety of software levels. Develop   # of users, and variety of software levels. Develop   number of computers, # of users, and
                                                                                                   a staffing plan.                                      a staffing plan.                                      a staffing plan.                                      variety of software levels. Develop a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     staffing plan.

UCC      UCC           IVE4     Provide voice/telephone support for faculty, staff, and students   Replace the current telephone switch in 04-05 or Monitor changes in technology                              Monitor changes in technololgy                        Plan for telephone switch replacement
                                                                                                   05-06, unless we are unable to attain service prior                                                                                                               in 2014-2015
                                                                                                   to this time - current cost quote from NEC
                                                                                                   $600,000
          Primary
          Respon-     Initia-
 Level     sibility   tive #                               Initiative                                      2004/05                                          2005/06                                        2006-07                        Out Years


University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources
Univ     FAF             7      Staff Development                                      Number of staff who attend professional         Number of staff who attend professional                                              Number of staff who attend professional
                                                                                       development programs                            development programs                                                                 development programs
                                                                                                                                       Obtain funding for professional police officer
                                                                                                                                       development initiative

UCC      UCC          IVE7      Improve the computer competency of staff and faculty   Implement the plan and begin with new hires for a Expand the program to current employees        Evaluate and continue the program   Evaluate and change
                                                                                       computer competnecy training and assessment
                                                                                       program with face-to-face and online modules
         Primary
         Respon-     Initia-
 Level    sibility   tive #                                Initiative                                              2004/05                                          2005/06                                          2006-07                                     Out Years


University Goal V. Advance UTM's Public Image, Philanthropic Support and Alumni Involvement

Objective D. To Enhance UTM's Public Image through:
Univ     REL           2    Incorportating "Campus That Cares" theme in university
                            publications and Web pages.




UCC      UCC          VD2      Provide a quality UT Martin web site at the top and 1st levels   Research and implement new technologies to       Research and implement new technologies to       Research and implement new technologies to       Research and implement new
                                                                                                speed up, enhance, and continually make the UT   speed up, enhance, and continually make the UT   speed up, enhance, and continually make the UT   technologies to speed up, enhance,
                                                                                                Martin web site more user friendly and better    Martin web site more user friendly and better    Martin web site more user friendly and better    and continually make the UT Martin
                                                                                                represent UT Martin                              represent UT Martin                              represent UT Martin                              web site more user friendly and better
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   represent UT Martin
                                                                                                Continue the CampusEAI Oracle Portal Grant       Continue the CampusEAI Oracle Portal Grant       Continue the CampusEAI Oracle Portal Grant
                                                                                                implementation                                   implementation                                   implementation
                                            UTM Goals for 2004-2007
University Goal

 I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs

 II. Offer Student Services and Create an Atmosphere that Enhances the Collegiate Experience for
     All Students while recognizing and celebrating our diversity

III. Reach Optimal Levels of Student Enrollment Through Effective Recruitment & Retention Efforts

IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources

 V. Advance UTM's Public Image, Philanthropic Support and Alumni Involvement
                                   UTM Goals and Objectives for 2004-2007

University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs
            University Objective A. To develop and maintain curricula and instruction to support quality
            programs
            Objective B. To validate quality in every program
            Objective C. To provide appropriate academic support to foster student learning
            Objective D. To attain and maintain strong faculty and staff credentials
            Objective E. To improve the balance of faculty role models for students
            Objective F. To encourage excellence in teaching, service, and scholarly activity
            Objective G. To enhance alternate funding sources in order to expand the financial base

University Goal II: Offer Student Services and Create an Atmosphere that Enhances the Collegiate
Experience for All Students while recognizing and celebrating our diversity
            Objective A. To offer leadership training and experiences for all students
            Objective B. To maximize involvement in extracurricular activities that appeal to a diverse student
            Objective C. To offer quality athletic programs
            Objective D. To Maximize multicultural and international integration
            Objective E. To model and encourage a caring attitude toward all students


Goal III. Reach Optimal Levels of Student Enrollment Through Effective Recruitment & Retention Efforts
             Objective A. To enroll at least 6000 Students, both on- and off-campus
             Objective B. To enroll at least 1100 entering freshmen each fall semester

             Objective C.   To update and expand transfer and articulation agreements with sister institutions
             Objective D.   To expand programs and services to distance education students
             Objective E.   To increase the diversity of the student body
             Objective F.   To increase the graduation rate of entering freshmen

University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources
            Objective A. To create an environment that attracts visitors to the campus
            Objective B. To pursue the campus capital outlay/capital maintenance plan
            Objective C. To develop partnership opportunities with the city for physical and program
            development initiatives
            Objective D. To improve the safety, appearance, functionality, and maintenance of campus
            facilities, equipment, and grounds
            Objective E. To provide adequate resources

University Goal V. Advance UTM's Public Image, Philanthropic Support and Alumni Involvement
            Objective A: To plan and implement events that will favorably position the University in strategic
            markets
            Objective B. To increase private giving
            Objective C. To enhance alumni communications and networking
            Objective D. To enhance UTM's public image
                                                                               UTM Goals, Objectives, and Intiatives for 2004-2007

          Primary
          Respon- Initiative                                                                                                         MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level     sibility    #                            Initiative                                    2004/05                  2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years



University Goal I. Enhance the Quality of Academic Programs
University Objective A. To develop and maintain curricula and instruction to support quality programs through:
Univ     ACA             1    Curriculum/Instructional Review/Revision (i.e., [Would include Honors Programs,
                              reviewing and revising existing curricula and   increased use of technology*,
                              instructional practices)                        international travel/study,
                                                                              graduate/undergraduate research and
                                                                              scholarly activities, experiential credit,
                                                                              etc.]

Univ     ACA              2     Curriculum/Program Development (i.e.,              [Would include Honors Programs,
                                developing new programs, curricula, courses, and   online & distance curricula and
                                instructional methods as needed to support         courses*, new majors, minors,
                                academic programs)                                 concentrations, new courses, etc.]


Univ     ACA              3     Library Resources (i.e., Achieving an adequate     AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                                level of library resources)                        TYPE OF LIBRARY RESOURCES
                                                                                   ALLOCATED PER BUDGET AND
                                                                                   PLANNING DOCUMENTS
           Primary
           Respon- Initiative                                                                                                            MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level      sibility    #                            Initiative                                      2004/05                   2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

University Objective B. To validate quality in every program through:
Univ     ACA             1     Accreditation (i.e., seek reaccreditation by
                               external accrediting agencies for each eligible
                               program)

Univ     ACA              2     Program Reviews (i.e., seek successful
                                outcomes from all program reviews)
Univ     ACA              3     NCAA Certification (i.e., seeking NCAA
                                Certification)
Univ     ACA              4     Evaluations (i.e., evaluating satisfaction with all   [Would include evaluations of enrolled
                                programs)                                             students*, alumni*, and employers or
                                                                                      professional schools*]


Univ     ACA              5     Quality & Outcome Correlation (i.e., increasing [Performance on ETS Academic
                                correlation between quality of academic programs Profile*, pilot study comparing CCTST
                                and student outcomes)                            and ETS AP*, major field testing*,
                                                                                 recognition of student performance,
                                                                                 etc.]



Objective C. To provide appropriate academic support to foster student learning through:
Univ     ACA            1    Academic Support Services                       [Would include academic advising,
                                                                             mentoring program for students,
                                                                             Student Academic Support services,
                                                                             enhancing programs and services for
                                                                             nontraditional/extended campus
                                                                             populations, etc.]




Objective D. To attain and maintain strong faculty and staff credentials through:
Univ     ACA             1     Faculty Credentials                              [Would include increasing faculty with
                                                                                terminal degrees, etc.]



Objective E. To improve the balance of faculty role models for students through:
Univ     AA            1      Faculty Diversity (i.e., Increasing the ethnic and
                              gender diversity of faculty)

Objective F. To encourage excellence in teaching, service, and scholarly activity through:
        Primary
        Respon- Initiative                                                                                                             MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level   sibility    #                      Initiative                                            2004/05                    2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years
Univ   AA            1     Faculty Development                                     [Would include strengthening teaching
                                                                                   skills, enhancing advising skills among
                                                                                   faculty and staff, fostering scholarly
                                                                                   activity, recognizing and rewarding
                                                                                   service to the university, community,
                                                                                   and region, etc.]




Objective G. To enhance alternate funding sources in order to expand the financial base through:
Univ     ACA           1      External Grant Submissions (i.e., Increasing the
                              # of external grant program submissions
                              (excluding financial aid) by 30% over the five year
                              period*)

Univ     ACA            2     Funded Grant Submissions (i.e., Increasing the
                              # of funded external grants (excluding fin aid) by
                              36.5% over the five year period)
          Primary
          Respon- Initiative                                                                                                     MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level     sibility    #                          Initiative                                  2004/05                  2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

University Goal II: Offer Student Services and Create an Atmosphere that Enhances the Collegiate Experience for ALL Students while recognizing and celebrating our diversity.
Objective A. To offer leadership training and experiences for all students through:
Univ     SAF             1     Leadership Training and Development (i.e.,
                               LEAD Academy, Enroll 100 students)

Objective B. To maximize involvement in extracurricular activities that appeal to a diverse student body through:
Univ     SAF           1     Student Development Programs and Offerings As measured by: Student Satisfaction
                                                                                surveys and attendance at
                                                                                extracuricular activities




Objective C. To offer quality athletic programs through:
Univ     ATH            1       Recruiting, Retaining, and Graduating Student- As measured by: OVC Academic
                                Athletes                                       Banner, Student Satisfaction Surveys,
                                                                               Graduation Rates, Academic and
                                                                               Retention Comparisons with the
                                                                               Overall Student Body




Univ     ATH             2     Fielding Athletic Teams that are Competitive     AS MEASURED BY OVC
                               Within the OVC                                   STANDINGS IN ATHLETIC AND
                                                                                ACADEMIC COMPETITIONS,
                                                                                ATTENDANCE AT EVENTS
         Primary
         Respon- Initiative                                                                                                MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level    sibility    #                         Initiative                                2004/05                2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

Objective D. TO Maximize Multicultural and International Integration through:
Univ     SAF           1     Student Development Programs and Offerings AS MEASURED BY: STUDENT
                                                                              SATISFACTION SURVEY RESULTS,
                                                                              ATTENDANCE AT STUDENT
                                                                              FUNCTIONS, DECREASE IN
                                                                              NUMBER OF DISCIPLINARY CASES
                                                                              INVOLVING RACE, HOUSING
                                                                              PATTERNS, PARTICIPATION BY
                                                                              MINORITY STUDENTS AND
                                                                              INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN
                                                                              STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS




Objective E. To Model and Encourage a Caring Attitude Toward All Students through:
Univ     ACA           1     Faculty and Staff Development Programs         AS MEASURED BY: STUDENT
                                                                            SATISFACTION SURVEY,
                                                                            DECREASE IN COMPLAINTS

Univ     SAF           2      Community Service Projects by UTM Students As measured by number, type, and
                              and Staff                                  results of community service projects
         Primary
         Respon- Initiative                                                                                              MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level    sibility    #                           Initiative                               2004/05             2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

University Goal III. Reach Optimal Levels of Student Enrollment Through Effective Recruitment & Retention Efforts
Objective A. To Enroll at Least 6000 Students, Both On- and Off-Campus, through:
Univ     ACA             1     Campus-Wide Retention Programs and           AS MEASURED BY: FALL
                               Activities                                   ENROLLMENT STATISTICS FOR
                                                                            ALL STUDENT COHORTS,
                                                                            RETENTION STUDIES


Objective B. To Enroll at Least 1100 Entering Freshmen Each Fall Semester through:
Univ     SAF              1     Recruiting Academically Prepared Students    AS MEASURED BY: FALL
                                                                             ENROLLMENT STATISTICS FOR
                                                                             ALL STUDENT COHORTS

Univ     SAF          2       Monitoring Admissions Standards




Objective C. To Update and Expand Transfer and Articulation Agreements With Sister Institutions through:
Univ     ACA            1    Annual Review of Agreements                  AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                                                                          TYPE OF REVIEWS COMPLETED



Univ     ACA          2       Annual Meetings with Sister Institutions to       AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                              Modify Agreements and Plans                       TYPE OF MEETINGS COMPLETED




Objective D. To Expand Programs and Services to Distance Education Students through:
Univ     ACA           1    Recruiting and Retaining Students in Distance AS MEASURED BY: ENROLLMENT
                            Education Programs and Courses                STATISTICS, RETENTION STUDIES


Univ     SAF          2       Extended Campus Student Services (i.e.,           AS MEASURED BY: STUDENT
                              Providing student services to meet the needs of   SATISFACTION SURVEYS, NUMBER
                              extended campus students)                         AND TYPE OF SERVICES OFFERED
          Primary
          Respon- Initiative                                                                                         MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level     sibility    #                        Initiative                              2004/05            2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

Objective E. To increase the Diversity Of the Student Body through:
Univ     ACA            1     Recruiting and Retaining Academically          AS MEASURED BY: ANNUAL
                              Prepared Minority and International Students   STATISTICS ON PERCENTAGE OF
                                                                             AFRICAN-AMERICANS,
                                                                             INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, AND
                                                                             MINORITY GROUPS; ACADEMIC
                                                                             COMPARISONS TO GENERAL
                                                                             STUDENT-BODY; STUDENT
                                                                             SATISFACTION SURVEYS




Objective F. To Increase the Graduation Rate of Entering Freshmen through:
Univ     ACA            1     Retention Programs                           AS MEASURED BY: GRADUATION
                                                                           STATISTICS, RETENTION STUDIES
          Primary
          Respon- Initiative                                                                                                             MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level     sibility    #                         Initiative                                 2004/05                            2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

University Goal IV. Effectively Manage Human, Fiscal, and Physical Resources
Objective A. To create an environment that attracts Visitors to the campus through:
Univ     FAF            1     Facilities Master Plan (i.e., Within resources     AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                              provided by the state, executing Facilities Master TYPE OF IMPROVEMENTS MADE
                              Plan on file in the office of the VCFA)            PER MASTER PLAN



Objective B. To pursue the campus capital outlay/capital maintenance plan through:
Univ     FAF            1    Capital Outlay/Capital Maintenance Plan (i.e., AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                             Within resources provided by the state, executing TYPES OF PROJECTS
                             capital outlay/capital maintenance plan on file in ACCOMPLISHED PER PLAN
                             the office of the VCFA)


Objective C. To develop partnership opportunities with the city for physical and program development initiatives through:
Univ     FAF            1    Enhanced Communication (i.e., Enhancing           NUMBER AND TYPE OF MEETINGS
                             communication between city and campus             BETWEEN UTM AND CITY OF
                             involving planning initiatives)                   MARTIN


Objective D. To improve the safety, appearance, functionality, and maintenance of campus facilities, equipment, and grounds through:
Univ     FAF           1      Campus Improvement/Enhancement (i.e.,           AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                              Initiating actions to improve or enhance campus TYPE OF IMPROVEMENTS MADE
                              facilities, equipment, and grounds)             TO CAMPUS FACILITIES,
                                                                              EQUIPMENT, AND GROUNDS AS
                                                                              FUNDED BY CAMPUS SOURCES
         Primary
         Respon- Initiative                                                                                                MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level    sibility    #                           Initiative                                  2004/05            2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

Objective E. To provide adequate resources through:
Univ     FAF            1    Personnel ASSIGNMENT (i.e., Achieving an             AS MEASURED BY: ASSESSMENTS
                             adequate level of personnel)                         OF PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENTS
                                                                                  PER PLANNING AND BUDGETING
                                                                                  DOCUMENTS



Univ     FAF           2      Classroom/Lab Resources (i.e., Achieving an         AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER AND
                              adequate level of state-of-the-art classroom and    TYPE OF STATE-OF-THE-ART
                              lab resources)                                      CLASSROOMS AND LAB
                                                                                  RESOURCES PER PLANNING AND
                                                                                  BUDGETING DOCUMENTS


Univ     FAF           3      Adequate Computer/Software Resources                AS MEASURED BY: COMPUTER
                              Including Trained Staff (i.e., Providing            ROTATION PLAN, IRIS TRAINING
                              SUPPORT AND adequate access to up-to-date           OPPORTUNITIES AND
                              computers and software for students, faculty, and   ATTENDANCE, PURCHASES PER
                              staff)                                              BUDGET AND PLANNING
                                                                                  DOCUMENTS



Univ     FAF           4      Operating Budgets (i.e., Increasing operating       AS MEASURED BY: LEVELS OF
                              budgets to a reasonable level)                      FUNDING PER BUDGET AND
                                                                                  PLANNING DOCUMENTS,
                                                                                  EXTERNAL COMPARISON
                                                                                  MEASURES

Univ     FAF           5      Internal Controls to Protect Resources              AS MEASURED BY: INTERNAL
                                                                                  AUDIT REPORTS AND
                                                                                  ASSESSMENTS

Univ     FAF           6      Staff Development                                   AS MEASURED BY: NUMBER,
                                                                                  TYPES, AND ATTENDANCE AT
                                                                                  STAFF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
           Primary
           Respon- Initiative                                                                                                   MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level      sibility    #                             Initiative                                  2004/05             2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

University Goal V. Advance UTM's Public Image, Philanthropic Support and Alumni Involvement
Objective A: To Plan and Implement Events that will Favorably Position the University in Strategic Markets through:
Univ     DEV            1    Donor, Prospect, AND Volunteer events (I.e.,
                             Development Committee, Alumni Council,
                             advisory boards)

Univ      DEV             2      UTM Alumni Events (I.e., Annual reunions,
                                 alumni/athletic/admissions events, Golden Grads,
                                 and Homecoming)

Univ      DEV             3      Student Events (I.e, initiate activities and events
                                 for graduating seniors, increase UAC involvement)



Objective B. To Increase Private Giving through:
Univ     DEV            1     Annual Giving (I.e, Alumni reunion giving                AS MEASURED BY: ALUMNI
                              programs, scholarships, special interest                 SATISFACTION SURVEYS, GIVING
                              solicitations, and faculty and staff support.)           RECORDS OF ALL
                                                                                       CONSTITUENCIES

Univ      DEV             2      Major Giving (I.e, Constituency-based                 AS MEASURED BY: GIVING
                                 fundraising, capital campaign, and other projects     RECORDS OF ALL
                                 as determined by the Chancellor and University        CONSTITUENCIES
                                 Advancement)

Univ      DEV             3      Planned and Deferred Giving (I.e, Work with
                                 donors on estate planning. Encourage bequests,
                                 trusts, annuities, gifts of insurance, etc.)
         Primary
         Respon- Initiative                                                                       MEASURABLE OUTCOMES
 Level    sibility    #                          Initiative                   2004/05   2005/06                         2006/07   Out Years

Objective C. To Enhance Alumni Communications and Networking through:
Univ     DEV           1    On-line communications (i.e., website
                            development and Harris on-line)
Univ     REL          2       Publications and printed materials (I.e.,
                              Campus Scene, brochures, newsletters, and
                              solicitation materials)


Objective D. To Enhance UTM's Public Image through:
Univ     REL           1    Implementing digital photography




Univ     REL          2       Incorportating "Campus That Cares" theme in
                              university publications and Web pages.




Univ     REL           3      Seeking consistency in design for all primary
                              university publications and primary Web
                              pages.

Univ     REL           4      Supporting Printing and Duplicating Services
                              (as budget permits) in improving equipment
                              and printing capabilities.

								
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