UA-PTC has established a strategic planning process by which it translates its mission and values into actionable and measurable goals. The strategic plan provides direction for both long and short-term decision-making related to competing demands for fiscal, human, physical, and technological resources.
The college engages in a rolling strategic planning process with a comprehensive, data-driven assessment conducted every four years. The four-year strategic plan is monitored annually with adjustments being made as necessary to major initiatives based on prior year’s performance and in response to internal and external changes.
The strategic plan drives all related institutional plans for such areas as quality improvement, program planning (credit and non-credit), capital financing, information technology, facilities planning, philanthropy, and human resources. Links to the college’s current master plans are provided below.
Academic Master Plan
The Academic Master Plan (AMP) serves as a mechanism for advancing the mission of UA- PTC and the achievement of the college’s strategic plan through intentional academic goals and strategies. The AMP provides a flexible overall framework for the development of specific college and departmental plans, and guides decisions concerning curriculum planning, academic technology, faculty development, and student success initiatives.
Technology Master Plan
The Technology Master Plan supports both the Strategic and Academic Master Plans through goals designed to address the functional use of information systems and technology across the college.