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Priority 1:   Student Success – Quality Learning

Student success is our primary purpose.  Success for IU Northwest students requires the intentional, inclusive, data-driven synergy of a diverse faculty of teacher scholars who are committed to high-impact student learning; distinctive, adaptable programs and curricula; welcoming student growth activities; and experiential and community-based learning opportunities that, together, enable students to learn and practice Twenty-First-Century problem-solving skills.

Priority 2: Valuing People - Staff and Faculty Development

Student success is the responsibility of every campus employee and relies on a service culture that values people and enables the advancement and professional growth of all employees, to create a thriving community of students, faculty and staff.

Priority 3: Leveraging Diversity for Inclusive Excellence

A commitment to diversity and inclusion is woven throughout the fabric of IU Northwest. Our school strives to educate students to be citizens of a global world in a welcoming and inclusive environment where all can reach their full potential. Our resources are dedicated to leveraging our unique identity as IU’s most diverse campus to foster equity in advancement of the social, economic, cultural, and civic health of our Region.

Priority 4: Building and Sustaining Community - Community Engagement

Community-based engagement and student citizenship advance educational opportunities and address regional priorities.  Student, faculty and staff engagement with community-based organizations results in stronger regional economic development and quality of life that simultaneously strengthen experiential learning opportunities, develop civic participation and enhance student satisfaction through applied, real-world problem-solving experiences.

Priority 5:  Financial Stewardship & Infrastructure, Sustainability & Growth

Student success depends on the strong revenue position created by recruitment, enrollment, retention and private giving, which supports well-maintained, comfortable campus facilities and outstanding information technology resources.