Finding Focus: Developing an Institutional Vision That Fits Your Institution

Iris M Burks (Maastricht University)
Lena S Gromotka (Maastricht University)
Oscar O. van den Wijngaard (Maastricht University)

Monday, April 8, 2024 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

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Session Outline


Higher education institutions are becoming increasingly aware of the pivotal role they play in ensuring the success and well-being of their students. To achieve optimal results, it is important to align various initiatives aimed at student success. A shared vision and strategy can serve as an effective tool in coordinating advising efforts. As each higher education institution has its own context, culture, and student population, the process of writing a vision statement can be as diverse as the content of those statements.

This interactive workshop is designed to guide you through the process of charting a vision formation process that fits your institution. Additionally, the presenters will share how they engaged the advising community of their institution (Maastricht University) in a visionary co-creation journey.

Competencies
This session addresses the following competencies of the UKAT Professional Framework for Advising and Tutoring
C1 - Core values of academic advising and tutoring
I1 - HE Provider mission, vision, values, and culture
P3 - Commit to students, colleagues, and their institutions through engagement in continuing professional development, scholarly enquiry, and the evaluation of professional practices
R7 - Collaborate effectively with campus services to provide support to students