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Implemented in 2008, the Auburn University Strategic Plan represents the participation and efforts of the University community and the broader Auburn Family. During the first year of his presidency, Dr. Jay Gogue hosted campus-based discussions for input into the plan and, along with Auburn University trustees, expanded upon those discussions by holding listening sessions across Alabama. Hundreds of people - students, faculty, alumni, staff, trustees, and others - contributed ideas and engaged in vigorous discussion of the opportunities and challenges faced by the University.
The 2008-2013 Strategic Plan defines Auburn University in the first decade of the 21st century and embodies a commitment shared across all four divisions of the University to elevate Auburn, realizing its potential and fulfilling its historic commitment of service to the state, region, and nation. The plan recommits the University to its historic land- grant mission of instruction, research, and outreach. Implementing the actions detailed in this document have improved and will further improve the quality of Auburn's programs and, as a result, enhance the University's reputation.
It is through the day-to-day dedication and efforts of the faculty, staff, and students that our multiple accomplishments to implement the Strategic Plan and build Auburn University are possible. We appreciate all of the collaboration that has been achieved and that has positioned Auburn University for its future.
Last Updated: Nov. 18, 2011