The performance summary of the university’s strategic plan for 2011-15 is available on the Academic Affairs website. The document highlights the university’s eight goals, which were based on divisional plans, and details the progress made in that time span. In 2008, then-President Michael Ortiz led the university through a comprehensive review that resulted in agreement on a shared vision and core values. In 2009, under the cooperative leadership of faculty and administrators, the university launched the first step toward the adoption of a new strategic plan. On the principle that academics as the core of the mission of the university should drive planning, the university developed an academic strategic plan as the means to advance the overall strategic planning process. A then-formed University Strategic Planning Committee was charged with providing direction and identified campus priorities through 2015. For more information, visit the Academic Affairs website at www.cpp.edu/~academic-affairs/planning-accountability/strategic-planning/index.shtml.