Wednesday April 19, 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm
Track(s): 
Track 3: Faculty Engagement and Mission Fulfillment
Track 4: The Impact of the Changing Higher Education Landscape on Institutional Mission
Track 5: The Impact of Accreditation & Regulation
Moderator: 
Ludmila Praslova
Professor and Director, Graduate Program in Organizational Psychology, ALO
Vanguard University of Southern California
Architecting Success: One Campus' Story Aligning Strategic Planning with Accreditation Expectations

Humboldt State University’s 2015-2020 Strategic Plan captures four broad goals and represents many voices; it was not, however, well-aligned with HSU’s past WASC self-studies and WASC CFRs. In order to better orient University priorities, we developed and applied a strategic plan implementation process that first clearly distinguished our goals from objectives, and then matched these to our past, current and prior self-study objectives, and to the WASC Criteria for Review.

Lisa Castellino
Associate VIce President for Institutional Effectiveness
Humboldt State University
Intrusion or Inspiration? Leveraging Reaccreditation for Institutional Change

How can accreditation be leveraged to reduce resentment and increase the institution’s ability to thrive in changing landscape of higher education? This session will tell the story of how one institution grappled with the reaccreditation process and provide strategies to position accreditation as a benefit to the campus community.

Deborah Taylor
Provost and Senior Vice President
Biola University
Carrie Stockton
Dean of Student Success
Biola University