Review our current strategic plan, and learn more about the development of the 2022-2027 strategic plan.
The Lane Community College 2016-2021 Strategic Plan has provided a framework for the College to focus on strategic work over the past five years. This plan was developed with extensive engagement of the college community and includes mission, vision, values and strategic directions.
Moving forward, the College will renew the plan with goals that will shape our course over the next five years, 2022-2027. This work will be undertaken in a challenging environment in which our community and nation face a health crisis, an economic crisis, and a social justice crisis. The confluence of these challenges will have unknown, yet profound, impacts on the community and hence the college. This strategic plan renewal process will build upon the work completed in the past planning process to establish a roadmap for the future which allows for nimbleness to respond to environmental factors.
Lane’s 2022-2027 strategic plan is organized around six goals as listed below. The strategic goals were identified under guidance from the Board of Education, the Strategic Plan Steering Committee and Operations Committee, with extensive feedback and survey data from employees, students, and community members.
- Improve diversity, equity and inclusion in student access and achievement.
- Increase enrollment
- Increase student success
- Engage in continuous improvement
- Improve financial stability and sustainability
- Identify strategic infrastructure investments
Learn more about Lane's Vision, Mission, and Values
Anatomy of the Plan
Under guidance from the Board of Education, the Strategic Plan Steering Committee and Operations Committee, with extensive feedback and survey data from employees, students, and community members, have worked to review and draft plan components for the 2022-2027 Strategic Plan.
Plan Development Timeline
- On-Going – Accountability: Semi-annual report to IEC to College Council who will report to the Board
- January 2022 – Formal Document and communicate internally and externally
- December 2021 – Board approves Plan (12/15/21)
- November 2021 – College Council reviews and supports plan and makes recommendation to the President
- October 2021 – Goal Teams review and refine strategies
- September 2021: Communication - Post Goals and Objectives on website with feedback opportunities
- July 10, 2021 – Board reviews and supports Goals and Objectives
Lane’s 2016-2021 strategic plan is organized around five strategic directions:
- Commitment to Student Learning and Success
- A Culture of Teaching, Learning, and Innovation
- Access, Equity, and Inclusion through Social Justice
- Strengthened Community
- Financial and Environmental Stewardship
Additional details on the development and assessment of this plan can be found on our archive site.
Plans from 1988-2015 can be viewed on our archive site.
Strategic Plan Development Team Members
The Strategic Planning process is being led by consultant Margot Helphand.
The Strategic Plan Steering Committee is composed of internal college stakeholders:
- Adrienne Mitchell, Faculty in Academic Learning Services and representative of LCCEA
- Jenn Kepka, Faculty in Academic Technology and representative of Faculty Council
- Tracy Weimer, Project Coordinator in the Office of Access, Equity & Inclusion and representative of LCCEF
- Kyle Schmidt, Tech Specialist in Marketing & Communications and representative of College Council
- Grant Matthews, AVP of Career Technical Education and Workforce Development
- Mindie Dieu, AVP of Student Affairs
- Amber Coleman, Student and Lane SGA President
- Shana Weiland, Student and Lane SGA Vice President
- Lawrence Rasheed, Faculty Coordinator of African American Program
- Rosa Maria Bañuelos-Uribe, Admissions Coordinator
- Operations Team members
The Operations Team provides administrative guidance and support to the Strategic Plan Steering Committee:
- Margaret Hamilton, President
- Paul Jarrell, Provost
- Richard Plott, Executive Director of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
- Deborah Butler, Chief of Staff
- Tami Hill, Executive Administrative Assistant (administrative support)