The Kansas Board of Regents has approved a strategic agenda for the state’s public higher education system, Building a Future. The plan centers the work of the system on helping Kansas families, supporting Kansas businesses and advancing the state's economic prosperity.
Wichita State University
Wichita State University’s strategic plan is guiding WSU’s transformation to an Innovation University. The plan emphasizes applied learning and research to become an economic driver for the state and south central Kansas region.
- Click here to review the full plan and updates on our progress.
- Click here to view the Campus Master Plan (2014, with 2017 supplement).
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg State’s current strategic plan, which runs through the year 2015, has served the university well. Adopted in 2007 and reaffirmed in 2010, it has become the roadmap for our university, addressing everything from the future of academics to which goals take top priority. In order to maintain the momentum that this plan has provided, university officials have launched a new strategic planning effort.
Emporia State University
Launched in 2015, The Adaptive University is the strategic plan for ESU, which is responsive and will engage faculty, students, and staff to be responsive to the unique challenges of a dynamic society.
University of Kansas
Bold Aspirations is the strategic plan for the University of Kansas, designed to enhance the university’s ability to achieve its mission of lifting students and society by educating leaders, building healthy communities, and making discoveries that change the world.
- Click here to read the plans for KU and the KU Medical Center, and for updates on our progress.
- Click here to view the 2014-2024 Campus Master Plan.
Fort Hays State University
Forward Thinking. World Ready. is the University's Roadmap for 2020, which is committed to seeing FHSU recognized as one of the nation's fastest growing universities in students served and quality of education provided by 2020.
Kansas State University
K-State 2025 planning began in February 2010 and the plan was launched in 2011. Eight key university metrics were identified to benchmark and measure progress towards becoming a Top 50 public research university. The plan defines seven theme areas with goals, associated action plans and expected outcomes, as well as eight common elements spanning all theme areas.