As we move boldly forward with our strategic plan, a strong foundation will be integral to our success.
Create an innovative and differentiated educational experience by continuously improving academic and administrative processes, programs and services.
Supporting Action Lead: Corrine Johnston
Initiative Description and 2018/2019 Activities: Building an environment of accountability and transparency is of paramount importance for Humber. The college identified key performance metrics for its 2018-2023 Strategic Plan’s strategic priorities to monitor and report on its progress.
2019/2020 Planned Activities: With key performance metrics identified for Humber’s 2018-2023 Strategic Plan’s strategic priorities, the college will monitor and report on its progress.
Supporting Action Lead: Dawn Bassant
Initiative Description: Commencing in 2020, Humber plans to harmonize business operations across Humber’s faculties and administrative departments through the definition and implementation of a structured and strategic approach to organizational design and business process review.
Supporting Action Lead: Corrine Johnston
Initiative Description and 2018/2019 Activities: Humber conducted a best practices review and current state analysis of its planning processes to inform further development of its integrated planning framework.
2019/2020 Planned Activities: After conducting a current state analysis of the college’s planning processes and a best practices review in 2018/2019, Humber plans to finalize its integrated planning framework, prioritize the recommendations emanating from the review and develop an action plan.
Plan for a financially sustainable future.
Supporting Action Lead: Barb Riach & Gina Antonacci
Initiative Description and 2019/2020 Planned Activities: Building on Humber’s current work, the college will implement its new 5-year marketing, recruitment and conversion plan.
Supporting Action Leads: Rani Dhaliwal; Alister Mathieson
Initiative Description and 2019/2020 Planned Activities: In 2019/20, Humber will publicly launch its first formal fundraising campaign, deliver the first training programs as part of the Real Estate Council of Ontario partnership and mobilize fee for service English Language and Teaching Training in select international markets.
Strategically invest in infrastructure that supports an innovative, collaborative and welcoming campus.
Supporting Action Lead: Scott Briggs
Initiative Description: Through extensive ongoing research and analysis of changing work environments and emerging technologies and the development of a Digital Campus Plan, Humber will better position itself to develop the tools and secure the technologies that prepare students for the workforce.
2018/2019 Activities: Humber undertook extensive community consultation and research to draft its Digital Campus Plan slated to launch in May 2019. More than 460 Humber students shared their vision for leveraging technology on campus. In addition to enhancing and supporting innovation across the community and working smarter by making data work harder, the plan seeks to increase student access, reach new learners, and transform their Humber experience.
2019/2020 Planned Activities: Recognizing that technology is perpetually evolving and the imperative of staying abreast of this changing environment, Humber is developing a campus-wide digital plan to ensure it stays ahead of the curve. In 2019/2020, As the college continues consultations on its Digital Campus plan, and a digital way-finding app at North campus will be launched and wireless services will be extended to all student residences. In partnership with IGNITE, the open access learning space on the second floor of the North Campus H-building will be renovated.
Supporting Lead: Angelo Presta
Initiative Description: Humber will continue to create innovative, state-of-the-art learning and working spaces that meet the needs of students and the broader Humber community.
2018/2019 Activities: Humber remodeled and modernized academic, support, administrative, and public spaces amounting to approximately $6 million. The college planned renovations for 37 classrooms at the North and Lakeshore campuses, the massage therapy and golf management labs, traditional Chinese medicine clinic, and administrative offices.
2019/2020 Planned Activities: In 2019/2020, the college will implement the first year of its new eight year redevelopment plan which includes classrooms, public circulation spaces, and administrative spaces. In addition, the college will design, develop and initiate the construction of its Lakeshore campus Cultural Hub capital project.