The university's strategic directions and supporting goals provide direction for colleges, departments, and units to develop their own strategic plans -- while focusing on specific issues of importance to their respective areas of responsibility. Our planning efforts support institutional effectiveness and begin with the broadest perspective possible in the development of university goals and objectives in support of our five strategic directions: Education for a New Century; the Leadership University; Economic Prosperity in the East; Health, Health Care and Medical Innovation; and the Arts, Culture and Quality of Life. Our ECU Strategic Action Plan builds on the University's core strengths, the skill and capabilities of its faculty and staff, and ECU's many established national and international partnerships and supports out commitment to quality enhancement and student success. Each of the units reporting to a Vice Chancellor has created a strategic plan that aligns to the Strategic Action Plan's goals and objectives. Plans are regularly reviewed and assessed and are available through the TracDat® software tool and can also be viewed using the following links.
Division of Academic Affairs: College of Business; College of Education; College of Fine Arts and Communications; College of Health and Human Performance; College of Human Ecology; College of Technology & Computer Science; Honors College; Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences
Division of Administration and Finance: Business Services; Campus Operations; Enterprise Risk Management; Financial Services; Human Resources; Information Technology and Computing Services; Parking and Transportation; Plans and Programs
Division of Health Sciences: Brody School of Medicine; College of Allied Health Sciences; College of Nursing; School of Dental Medicine
Division of Research and Graduate Studies: Graduate School; Center for Health Disparities Research; Center for Sustainable Tourism; North Carolina Agromedicine Institute; Office of Engagement, Innovation, and Economic Development; Office of Human Research Integrity; Office of Research Compliance and Adminstration; Office of Undergraduate Research