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Strategy Five

Enhance Co-Curricular and Extracurricular Programs for the Holistic Education of Students

Strategic Planning Scorecard



Build a new state-of-the-art recreation and fitness center.


Consistent with our institutional objectives for campus sustainability, establish additional campus and off-campus transportation options for students, such as a shuttle service to potential recreational fields, North Campus and Dixie Plantation.


Expand and improve programs – such as late-night co-curricular and extracurricular events – intended to reduce the incidence of a wide range of high-risk student behaviors.


Broaden programming themes related to diversity and international topics.


Increase the sustainable number of annual participants in the Bonner Leaders program to 25 students.


Expand and develop specialized services and programs for graduate, international, commuter and returning adult students, such as designated study areas, and special-interest lectures or tutoring.


Implement additional co-curricular models that address topics such as sustainability, social justice, professionalism and leadership, peer support and development, health and wellness and cultural enrichment.


Expand number of living-learning programs and activities – such as on-site lectures by faculty or other experts, seminars, and discussion groups – in residence halls.


Expand and strengthen collaboration between Student Affairs personnel, academic leaders, administrators and faculty to develop course credit for students engaged in community-based research and service-learning activities.