The University of Regina’s current strategic plan was adopted by the Board of Governors at its meeting on 16 July, 2009.
The title of the plan is mâmawohkamâtowin: Our Work, Our People, Our Communities. The Cree word mâmawohkamâtowin means "co-operation; working together towards common goals", a fitting appellation for a university strategic plan.
Since the strategic plan was approved, much work has gone into realizing its goals and substantial progress has resulted. The University’s 2010-2011 Annual Report documents these achievements in the section entitled “2010-2011 Performance Results” (pp. 2-17). To view this report, click here.
As part of the strategic plan, a number of sub-plans are being created and review processes have been initiated. Several of these have their own websites:
- The Strategic Research Plan
- The new Campus Master Plan
- The Administrative and Organizational Structure Review
- The Academic Program Review
- The Draft Strategic Plan for Teaching and Learning
Feedback on the draft plan is welcome and can be provided through this online survey or by email to email@example.com