Baylor University

Community Input

Input Sessions
As part of Baylor's efforts to involve all constituent voices in shaping the University's next 10-year strategic plan, community input sessions have been scheduled in select cities to provide alumni and friends an opportunity to share their insights and ideas.

Time Frame: December 2010 - April 2011

On-campus discussion took place within existing organizational structures (departments, schools, administrative units, and student organizations) as well as in multi-disciplinary groups (e.g., study abroad directors or pre-health faculty and advisors). Faculty, staff, and current students were encouraged to share their input during these meetings. The leaders of these groups summarized their group's input and uploaded that document through this web site. These recommendations were sent to the Strategic Themes Committee and they are available to the Baylor community via a password-protected area of the website.

Off-campus constituents also had the opportunity to share insight and ideas through this web site and through community input sessions in select cities. All written submissions were sent to the STC. These submissions will not be available for public review.

This collective feedback will play a critical role in arriving at a campus-wide consensus on the University's strategic priorities.