appropriately. I would be very disappointed if this institution decides that the way to accommodate more students is by use of adjunct or part-time faculty.
3. The endowment, or lack thereof, has been an issue as long as I've been here (and long before that I suspect). Just hiring a Vice President of Development is not sufficient to ensure that this valuable resource will grow. The plan should provide a strategy that will give some direction to the person hired into that position in order to ensure that the goals are understood and that they are achieved in a way that is consistent with the mission of the college.
4. While athletics programs and facilities provide students for the residential university, they should not drive the plan nor should they consume the lion's share of resources.
I hope that the end result of the strategic planning process will be a truly strategic plan that is balanced and reflects the priorities of the entire university.