Our Reaching Vision 2020 plan demonstrates how the division contributes directly to GSU’s Strategic Plan while also articulating the unique strategic opportunities within the division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.


For the Governors State University Vision 2020 Strategic Plan, please visit: www.govst.edu/vision2020/

The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management constitutes a team of dedicated student affairs educators and enrollment management professionals working with one common purpose – advancing the Governors State University mission by promoting the academic, personal and professional development of our students and inspiring them to be responsible citizens and leaders on-campus and in their communities.

At a transformative time for Governors State University, the division aspires to be recognized as a vital contributor in creating an inclusive, supportive and engaged campus community focused on student success. Articulating that contribution through our Reaching Vision 2020 strategic planning process, particularly in the midst of such challenging times in higher education, is critical to ensuring we serve our students and our community by fulfilling our mission.

Learning Outcomes

The Division of Student Affairs aspires to deliver an innovative, comprehensive and integrated student life curriculum that promotes self-efficacy and determination, personal and professional success, multicultural competence, leadership development, and civic engagement.

Students who actively participate in Student Affairs programs and services will achieve:

  1. Self-Efficacy and Determination by constructing an understanding of self and commitment to personal responsibility, integrity and wellness that guides their decisions and actions.
  2. Personal and Professional Success by learning and applying knowledge and transferable skills to achieve personal aspirations, and professional and career growth.
  3. Multicultural Competence by thriving within diverse perspectives, experiences and environments, and building their capacity for being an advocate for equity and social justice. 
  4. Leadership and Civic Engagement by deploying their knowledge and talents to improve their communities, both as individuals and by mobilizing others towards positive sustainable change.


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Reaching Vision 2020: Strategic Focus Areas

  • Admission Outreach, Recruitment and Visibility

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    Lead: Kristy Goodwin, Director of Recruiting and Outreach
     
    GOAL 1:  Implement a comprehensive undergraduate enrollment recruiting strategy that focuses on increasing the enrollment of a diverse freshmen and transfer student body.

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    GOAL 2:  Plan and implement strategic partnerships with regional high schools that target high performing first year students.

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    GOAL 3:  Develop and maintain community, high school and community college partnerships that support enrollment goals.

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  • Athletics and Recreational Activities

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    Leaders: Tony Bates, Director of Athletics and Dean Jennings, Program Director of Recreation and Fitness

    GOAL 1:  Establish a tradition of academic and competitive excellence where student athletes meet and exceed Governors State University measures for athletic and academic success and embody the NAIA Champions of Character core values.

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    GOAL 2:  Athletics and recreational activities will serve as a catalyst for building institutional pride, promoting campus traditions, engaging alumni and strengthening institutional visibility and connections to Chicago and Chicago Southland community.

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    GOAL 3:  Establish a culture of inclusion and gender equity by meeting and exceeding all Title IX compliance and educational requirements.

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    GOAL 4:  Inspire and develop Governors State University as a healthy community by promoting personal wellness and fitness activities and events, and increasing student, faculty and staff in the Fitness Center.

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    GOAL 5:  Through sound business planning and fundraising efforts, promote facilities development and expansion of competitive and recreational activities consistent with institutional and divisional goals.

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  • Auxiliary Services and University Housing

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    Lead: Betsy Joseph, Director of Auxiliary Services and University Housing

    GOAL 1:  Establish a model residential program defined by a supportive, caring and inclusive living and learning community with high levels of engagement by resident students both on campus and in the community.

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    GOAL 2:  Develop student leaders who will positively impact the residential community.

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    GOAL 3:  Create a residential culture of respect, responsibility and accountability. 

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    GOAL 4:  Support Enrollment Management through meeting and exceeding recruitment and retention goals.

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    GOAL 5:  Develop and implement assessment practices that will better inform decision-making. 

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    GOAL 6:  Establish a comprehensive dining and catering program that meets the needs of the GSU community. 

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    GOAL 7:  Develop and sustain a climate of continuous improvement within the University Bookstore that supports student success, academic excellence and the University's transformation to a comprehensive public institution. 

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  • Career Development and Graduate Student Programming

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    Lead: Darcie Campos, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Director of Career Services

    GOAL 1:  Create, promote and navigate undergraduate students through a Four-Year Career Development Plan (Four Year Career Compass) from freshman to senior year with an emphasis on fully preparing students to define their career goals and ensuring they are career ready professionals by graduation.

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    GOAL 2:  Develop, implement and assess comprehensive career mentoring and internship opportunities focused on the development and enhancement of transferable real-world skills associated with exemplary leaders and citizens, and career ready professionals.

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    GOAL 3:  Strategically promote meaningful on-campus employment for students, and provide education, development and support for hiring managers to advance the student experience and expand upon relevant transitional skill sets.

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    GOAL 4:  Strengthen and expand relationships with employers and corporate partners in the Chicago and Chicago Southland region. 

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    GOAL 5:  Develop new strategies that are specific to meeting the career development needs of the graduate student population.

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  • Community Standards and Student Advocacy

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    Lead: Nikki Witt Penwell, Coordinator of Community Standards

    GOAL 1:  Evolve, administer, and assess the Community Standards program to ensure for a thorough, transparent, and fair student-centered process that advances a campus culture of civility and the highest levels of ethical student behavior.

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    GOAL 2:  Design, implement, and assess educational programming that promotes an increasing awareness of the Student Code of Conduct, inspires a culture of respect and sense of responsibility for oneself as well as for others, further reduces the frequency of conduct violations, and reflects the values of Governors State University.

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    GOAL 3:  Enhance, coordinate, and assess programs designed to foster student success as well as promote the well-being of students and the campus community as a whole.

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  • Diversity Education and Leadership Development

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    Lead: Robert Clay, Director of Intercultural Student Affairs

    GOAL 1:  Increase campus-wide intercultural learning by developing, implementing and assessing a purposeful programming agenda that empowers and educates campus community on diversity, social justice & inclusion and provide support services for underserved student populations.

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    GOAL 2:  Advocate, garner and oversee funding support, such as TriO Programs, for necessary resources and support that will increase retention rates of underserved student populations

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    GOAL 3:  Establish and promote the Male Success Initiative as the premiere pathway to increase the enrollment, retention and graduation of first year and transfer men of color.

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    GOAL 4:  Serve as an integral partner with Enrollment Management in the recruitment and admission of underserved student populations and with Academic Resource Center to ensure their degree attainment and post graduate success.

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    GOAL 5:  Re-envision and cultivate leadership development initiatives that reflect and infuse interdisciplinary theories to establish a comprehensive model for co-curricular success and achieve our mission to prepare leaders that advance the public good and transform communities.

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  • Dual Degree Program and Transfer Initiatives

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    Lead: Jessica Specht, Director of Dual Degree Program

    GOAL 1: Expand, enhance and promote the Dual Degree Program (DDP) as a model pathway to the baccalaureate degree for transfer students from our partner community colleges.

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    GOAL 2: Support the establishment and implementation of the Center for the Junior Year to provide an exemplary physical and virtual resource center for native and transfer students to come together for information, support and guidance as they transition to their chosen major.

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    GOAL 3: Using DDP as a model, expand transfer/articulation partnerships, pathways, and resources, especially for part-time students.

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    GOAL 4: Develop initiatives to increase transfer student enrollment and engagement at GSU from both underrepresented populations and populations of interest for enrollment expansion.

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  • Enrollment Services and Records

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    Leaders: Yakeea Daniels, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment and Director of Admission and Chris Huang, Registrar

    GOAL 1: Develop and maintain a comprehensive communication plan with prospective and current students, faculty and staff related to enrollment services.

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    GOAL 2: Assess the effectiveness and efficiencies of student services operations including internal and external review. Develop strategies for continuous improvement.

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    GOAL 3: Develop and maintain a comprehensive review cycle for all policies and procedures related to enrollment services (admission, registrar). 

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    GOAL 4: Create and implement a comprehensive customer service/student service plan for all enrollment service functions (training, communication, expectations) that includes student learning outcomes from enrollment service functions.

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  • Financial Aid and Literacy

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    Lead: Dr. John Perry, Director of Financial Aid

    GOAL 1:  Develop a comprehensive plan of internal and external review to ensure financial aid is responsibly awarded and disbursed.

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    GOAL 2:  Simplify the student financial aid process for students while maintaining efficiency and accuracy of processing.

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    GOAL 3:  Provide web based, written, verbal, and electronic information to students maximizing understanding of financial aid programs.

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    GOAL 4:  Collaborate with Admissions on the development and implementation of a comprehensive plan to incorporate financial aid into new student and family communication planning and relationship building including financial literacy related to college affordability.

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  • First and Second Year Programs

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    Lead: Roshaunda Ross, Director of New Student Programs and Leadership Initiatives

    GOAL 1: Develop an exemplary first-year experience program designed to both support student success and attain first year to second year retention rates that surpass the national average for peer institutions.

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    GOAL 2: Develop a comprehensive Academic Advising model to transition students from high-touch general education advising to quality program based advising.

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    GOAL 3: Establish a model orientation program for first-year, transfer and graduate students, each distinctly designed to provide support and encouragement to new students and help ensure they succeed personally and academically.

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    GOAL 4: Create a two year strengths-based curriculum that focuses on student self-efficacy and building identity capital.

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    GOAL 5: Foster cohort communities built on knowledge and trust through continuous development of our Peer Mentor Program and ongoing training of our Peer Mentors.

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  • Student Involvement and Civic Engagement

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    Lead: Sheree Sanderson, Assistant Dean of Students

    GOAL 1:  Develop, implement and assess co-curricular programs that promote student involvement, participation in annual events and campus traditions, build institutional pride and strengthens connections to the university community.  

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    GOAL 2:  Develop and support sustainable and robust student clubs and organizations by focusing on developing student leaders through mentoring, leadership and training initiatives, and enhancement of transferable skills and leadership efficacy; and supporting and sustaining student organization faculty advisors.  

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    GOAL 3:  Establish and expand involvement opportunities in student media that include sustained support of student newspaper and developing and sustaining new media organizations aligned with student interest and campus-wide collaborations.

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    GOAL 4:  Create, implement and assess civic engagement and community service opportunities for students to develop awareness and understanding of civic learning and democratic engagement through understanding of societal issues.

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    GOAL 5:  Sustain civic and community engagement initiatives by developing sustainable relationships with faculty, community partners, and state and national organizations that support civic learning and democrat education for students.

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  • Student Success

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    Lead: Amy Comparon, Director of Academic Resource Center

    GOAL 1:  Design, implement, and assess a broad range of tutoring and academic support services for both general education and upper-division course work which nurtures the highest levels of academic success.

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    GOAL 2:  Develop a more intrusive and supportive approach to academic recovery, especially for lower division students with academic difficulties.

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    GOAL 3:  Recruit, train, and evaluate student and paraprofessional employees; staff focused on providing highly quality academic support services. 

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    GOAL 4:  Enhance academic support resources and facilities to serve students at all levels (undergraduate and graduate) and modes (on campus, online and hybrid) of instruction. 

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  • Student Wellbeing

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    Lead: Kelly McCarthy, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Counseling Center

    GOAL 1:   Develop students, those enrolled on campus and online, holistically by designing, implementing and assessing services and programs that encourage sustainable self-advocacy, independence, wellness, knowledge and life balance.

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    GOAL 2:   Promote a residential community focused on personal health and emotional strength strategies in order to develop sustainable practices that enhance personal wellbeing.

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    GOAL 3:  Advance health related outcomes and services by promoting healthy behaviors, educating students, and providing current knowledge information regarding specific health topics.

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    GOAL 4:   Create, implement and assess Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Prevention programs, training and educational services throughout the year that promote a culture of gender equity on the campus.

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