Planning for Higher Education Journal

Good Academic Planning Is What Happens . . .

. . . When Opportunity Meets with Integration
Journal Cover
From Volume 49 Number 3 | April–June 2021
By David A. Jenks, PhD, and Brendan Bowen, MPA

Institutions referenced in this resource:
University of West Georgia

The division of Academic Affairs at the University of West Georgia became involved with the Society for College and University Planning and integrated planning over four years ago. The result was slowly integrating academic planning with facilities, accreditation, budget, student affairs, and student success. Just as Thomas Edison was probably not thinking about integrated planning when he was quoted on planning, we had no idea how fruitful our efforts would become. We enhanced and assessed student scheduling, learning spaces, faculty support, and student success and support services in a meaningful way that resulted in positive and measurable outcomes for improving learning and reducing costs.

Attention Members: to access this item.Not a member? Join now to access this article and all journal articles for free.