Category Archives: Resource Planning
In our last update on our Sustainable Budget planning process for the year, President Cornwell closes the loop on our work (the Board adopted our budget recommendation), highlights the recommendations that are included in the budget, and shares the Board … Continue reading
In a new series, “What Works,” The Chronicle of Higher Education profiled our Sustainable Budget ideas process. Read the feature here, or on the Chronicle’s site (subscription required).
The PowerPoint slides from the update sessions for faculty and staff are now available on our strategic planning wiki. (login required)
During the Fall term, SGA polled students, asking “What can’t you imagine Wooster without?” meaning, “What is essential to your Wooster experience, and to sustaining Wooster’s traditions?” A summary of the responses has been posted to our Strategic Planning wiki.
We will be sharing the key budget assumptions including those for new revenue and expenditure reductions with faculty and staff on: Faculty: Monday, January 12, 2015, 4:15 p.m., Lean Lecture Hall Staff: Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 11:00 a.m., Freedlander Theatre … Continue reading
Colleagues, Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a restful and restorative break. My first update of the semester focuses on our process for the term and updates on the progress made since the end of the fall semester. This … Continue reading
Colleagues, We continue to make good progress simultaneously on phases I and II of our process to develop a sustainable budget for Wooster. This week, my update highlights new analyses available on our wiki and plans for our continuing exploration … Continue reading
Colleagues, We continue to make good progress simultaneously on phases I and II of our process to develop a sustainable budget for Wooster. In this update I will highlight our progress in generating ideas and initial discussions about them.
Colleagues, We are making good progress simultaneously on phases I and II of our process to develop a sustainable budget for Wooster. In this update I will call attention to additional resources now available and to upcoming meetings of note.