Southwest Texas Junior College's strategic plan sets forth the process used to advance its mission. At its highest level are three broad goals; namely, Learning, Quality, and Efficiency.
Strategic Objectives cover a fixed time span (ordinarily 5 years) and target improvements in specific areas of the broader goals.
All college planning activities are tied directly to one or more of these objectives and therefore contribute to the advancement of the college’s mission.
SWTJC Strategic Plan 2014 - 2019
Institutional Goal 1: Identify and serve the learning needs of the community (Learning)
S1-1 Increase the percentage of developmental education students who become college-ready and become college ready in a timely manner.
S1-2 Increase the number and FTE percentage of students achieving awards and transfers with 30+ semester hour credits.
S1-3 Increase the number of students transferring in STEM areas.
Institutional Goal 2: Cultivate excellence in teaching, instructional delivery, student services, and administrative support (Quality)
S2-1 Improve student services in advising and counseling, at-risk management, enrollment management, and registration.
S2-2 Increase the quality and support of students off campus (not attending on Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde campuses) in order to achieve parity with students on-campus (attending on Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde campuses) instruction and services.
S2-3 Make more effective use of the technology resources.
S2-4 Upgrade IT infrastructure to support the increased utilization of the ERP system, distance education modalities, and inter/intra-campus communication.
S2-5 Address facility needs on Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde campuses.
S2-6 Create a comprehensive and integrated system of human resource management.
S2-7 Develop and implement a plan that expands current library services to meet the information needs of students, staff and community.
Institutional Goal 3: Provide reliable and sustainable resource and funding for the college (Efficiency)
S3-1 Establish partnerships that maximize our resources for mutual benefit.
S3-2 Develop a self-sustaining office that attracts local, state, and national resources to benefit the college.
S3-3 Improve operational efficiencies.
2014 - 2019 Strategic Plan
2011 - 2015 Review
2011 - 2015 Strategic Plan