SPC Institutional Plan
The SPC Institutional Plan represents the combined effort of faculty, staff, administrators and regents and represents a process for planning for the future and monitoring progress toward stated institutional goals and outcomes. South Plains College has dedicated itself to the vision of improving each student's life. This commitment to students has led the College to embrace a process of continual organizational improvement that is ongoing and involves everyone at the College. It is a process to improve the way the work of the institution is done, to accomplish the goals and outcomes of the institution, and to fulfill its mission and vision.
The continuous improvement process is an effort to plan for the future. This involves an evaluation of the present level of accomplishment of established goals and the achievement of desired outcomes. The continued application of this ongoing planning and assessment cycle places South Plains College in a proactive planning posture. As the planning and reporting cycle runs its yearly course, change and improvement are expected. It should be understood that this planning document is intended to define a "process," not become a "product." In this respect, it is not intended to ever be a completed document.
The 2015-2020 Institutional Plan was adopted by the South Plains College Board of Regents June 11, 2015 and will serve as the college community's plan of work for the next five years. To download a copy of the 2015-2020 Institutional Plan, click on the link below. Acrobat Reader is required to open the PDF document.
In May 2019, the Admininistrative Council approved a measure to extend the 2015-2020 Institutional Plan one additional year to include the 2020-21 academic/fiscal year. This measure was adopted in order to coordinate Institutional Planning with the cycles for Reaffirmation of Accreditation.
Previous Institutional Plans can be accessed through the links below.
For more information about the planning and assessment process at South Plains College, contact the Office of Institutional Advancement, (806) 716-2217.