SF State is part of the CSU Affordable Learning Solutions initiative started in 2010. SF State's Affordable Instructional Materials program aids faculty in replacing costly textbooks with lower cost alternatives by using high-quality open educational resources (OER), library resources, digital or customized textbooks, and/or faculty-authored materials. Every dollar counts for many students. If students cannot afford the assigned class materials, they may try to learn without them.
President Les Wong and the Strategic Planning Coordinating Committee are leading a broad-based and collaborative strategic planning effort that will yield a new strategic plan for San Francisco State. Our new plan will identify several institutional-level objectives for growth and improvement over the short, medium and long term. We need your ideas and insights to make this project a success.
Additionally, the campus community will examine seven themes in detail, analyzing institutional assets and constraints, establishing baseline performance in these areas, identifying key performance indicators, and recommending benchmarks for targeted improvement over the next 3-5 years.
• Theme 1 -- Building the San Francisco State Identity • Theme 2 -- Maximizing Student Success • Theme 3 -- The Academic Master Plan • Theme 4 -- The Physical Master Plan • Theme 5 -- Advancing Campus & Community Climate • Theme 6 -- Elevating Institutional Support • Theme 7 -- Emerging Issues
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• Tweet your idea: "I want ______ #SFState" • Text your idea: "I want _____" to 415-727-7378 • Or visit Neighborland.com/sfstate