Update for the K-State 2025 University Plan
The K-State community began an initiative to update the university strategic plan in 2017. That effort was paused in fall 2017 due to leadership transitions and other strategic priorities.
Phase 1: Communicate process for updating K-State 2025 plan
A letter from President Myers communicating the process for the plan update will be distributed through K-State Today.
Letter from the President: 2025 progress and update, March 29, 2017
Phase 2: Seek online suggestions for changes to the university plan
An online survey will be available to the K-State community and general public on the K-State 2025 website from late March through mid-May. The focus of the survey will be on suggested changes to the current plan's activities and outcomes by theme and time period (2017-2020 and 2021-2025). Questions will be targeted to what's missing from the plan and should be added, what is in the plan that is no longer needed, and general comments and suggestions for change.
Provide your suggestions and ideas
Survey available through May 19, 2017.
Phase 3: Compile and share online comments/feedback
A letter from President Richard Myers, August 22, 2017
Kansas State University President Richard Myers welcomes all new and returning faculty and staff and shares updates about the university.
Phase 4: Form committee and draft revised plan
The President will appoint a university committee including faculty, staff, students, administrators, and alumni to draft the updated plan using a facilitated process, consistent with the original K-State 2025 committees.
Phase 5: Collect feedback on updated plan
The updated plan will be shared for online feedback from the K-State community and general public.
Phase 6: Finalize and roll out the updated K-State 2025 Visionary Plan
The updated visionary plan will be finalized, published and featured on the 2025 website by Spring 2018. Appropriate publicity materials will be used to highlight updated plan.