Any Strategic Planning Strategy needing to be reviewed by the Strategic Planning Committee should be entered into the 2012-2013 year. These strategies are due in the Strategic Planning Reporting System by April 30th, 2012.
The objective of our strategic planning efforts is to develop a solid plan to guide the university in critical decisions, provide common goals for campus units and employees, and define an action plan to help our university strive toward its vision.
The planning process is participative and representative of the university’s commitment to shared governance. To that end, the committee would like to encourage feedback and comments from the entire campus community.
Strategic Planning Campus Reporting
Campus Reporting Help Files
- Username and Password Help
- Strategic Planning Annual Reporting Help
- Strategic Planning Argos Reporting Help
Information at a Glance
Developing New Programs
- Forms and Procedures for New Programs
- TTU Financial Calculator for New Programs
- TTU Financial Calculator for Online Programs and Courses
Strategic Planning Documents
Strategic Planning Links
- Academic Program and Learning Outcome Goals
- Delaware Study and Delaware Faculty Activity Study
- Tech Trends
- Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Strategic Planning
- Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) Public Agenda (2010-2015)
Legacy Strategic Plans
Claire Stinson, Vice President for Planning & Finance
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 100
Dr. Stinson is the chief business and fiscal officer of the University and responsible to the President for the receiving, disbursement, and accounting of all monies due the University. She is responsible for disbursing all funds in accordance with the annual budget. Through the Business Office and its staff members, the Vice President makes purchases for the University. Stinson also administers the financial and accounting aspects of student loans, grants, and scholarships. The Vice President provides financial management of auxiliary enterprises of the University, which includes Dining Services and the Bookstore. She is also responsible for the physical plant of the University and campus planning.
Theresa Ennis, Director of University Assessment
T.J. Farr Building (FARR) 201C
Glenn James, Director of Institutional Research
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 314
Matt Smith, Associate Bursar
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 100
Mark Stephens, Senior Associate Provost
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 204
Dr. Stephens assists the Provost in accomplishing goals of the University's central academic division. He supervises Graduate Studies Administration and the operations of the International Education and Career Services Offices, along with the operation of the Appalachian Center for Craft. Dr. Stephens oversees the University's faculty development programs and Honors Program.