Seven Strategic Mandates (2007)
Cal State East Bay President Mo Qayoumi launched his strategic planning process with a series of 21 Town Hall meetings in 2006. Collaborating with more than 600 community participants, seven clear mandates emerged. These seven mandates provide intentional choices for the University and serve as a collective vision with which to guide our future.
The seven mandates are as follows:
- A tradition of teaching, learning and academic quality – emphasized and reinforced
- An inclusive campus climate that values students, faculty and staff, and fosters multicultural learning
- Strong growth and full enrollment with personalized learning and expanded access
- Vibrant university villages
- An efficient, well-run university with a culture of accountability
- A quest for distinction realized
- A university of choice through regional stewardship
The Framework for the Future
President Mo Qayoumi, in his first convocation speech before the University community, proclaimed a new era for California State University, East Bay, and a pivotal moment in the university’s history. Read more in the Framework for the Future, 2007 (pdf).
Each division has accepted responsibility for coordinating detailed action plans for each of the seven mandates, emphasizing the integral releationships across divisions in making the plans work. View the Hierarchy of Plans (pdf) within the context of Cal State East Bay's Seven Strategic Mandates showing divisions responsible for coordination.