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Campus Initiatives

FY 2018-19 Performance Goals

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Enrollment:

Fall 2018 enrollment from 4,053 to 4,075 students
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Retention:

Freshman retention rate from 63% to 67%
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Graduation:

Maintain six-year graduation rate at or above 34%
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Placement:

Graduates who are employed in their field or accepted to an advanced degree program at six months after graduation to 82%

20 Jumpstart Initiatives

  • Expand nursing program
  • Increase on-line enrollments
  • Create four-year college going culture in Pueblo
  • Increase financial aid
  • Implement local marketing campaign
  • Develop "First-Stop" concept
  • Implement wait lists
  • Implement advising month
  • Connect all students to another person
  • Implement STARFISH
  • Study summer school offerings
  • Develop task force to examine course scheduling
  • Implement career advising council
  • Increase internship participation
  • Address employee compensation
  • Implement supervisory training
  • Research CSU-Pueblo "Academy" concept
  • Develop task force to examine Psychology building
  • Implement GPA alert program
  • Implement professional advisors

University Priorities

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1. Enhance Workplace

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2. Design Differentiated Vision

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3. Maximize Organizational Efficiencies

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4. Market & Position the University

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5. Improve University Performance

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6. Enhance Financial Sustainability

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