Westminster at 150: Strategic Positioning for 2025
As Westminster approaches its sesquicentennial in 2025, the college is developing a strategic plan for what Westminster will be at 150 years old.
Westminster at 150 comprises 4 strategic priorities to increase enrollment and revenue generation by elevating our distinctiveness, competitiveness, and student success.
A Signature Student Experience
All students will have opportunities to become career-ready, apply their academic coursework in diverse and meaningful contexts, and be prepared to step into leadership roles ethically, effectively, and responsibly.
Westminster students will gain knowledge and skills regarding best practices for living well. Campus will be equipped with resources to address basic physical and mental needs to advanced wellness practices.
Power of Place
Westminster will harness the power of its location and provide resources for students to engage in the natural environment—as well as connect to urban and corporate opportunities—in an educational context of mentoring, impact, and reflection.
Diversification of Academic Programs
New degree programs, majors, and certificates will be launched based on market and employment data, student demand, and existing areas of faculty expertise to diversify revenue streams consistent with our core values and purpose.
Student Life Cycle Operations Group
The Student Life Cycle Operations Group is responsible for establishing key performance indicators (KPIs) related to strategic enrollment goals connected to Westminster at 150 initiatives. Assessment of KPIs on a regular basis will inform revisions to priorities work.
The language used to describe Westminster at 150 and its priorities are subject to change as we partner with an agency to do research and messaging work.