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Seneca’s Key Indicators

1. Innovative Partnerships

Initiatives for 2017-18 Performance indicators/measurable outcomes
to be achieved by March 2018 (unless otherwise stated)
Continue to build an academic foundation and community capable of developing, delivering and sustaining high-quality programs. Six Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB) consent renewals submitted.
Five new graduate certificate program proposals developed and ready for launch pending Board of Governors and Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) approval.
Four new honours bachelor degree programs ready for development pending PEQAB assessment, MAESD consent and funding approval.
Five new honours bachelor degrees launched pending MAESD consent.
Expand partnerships and pathways with Ontario universities and other colleges. 10 new pathway opportunities established.
Partnership framework, governance model and program plan completed for the York-Seneca Partnership.
Continue provincial leadership role with Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) and expand reach of the Centre for Research in Student Mobility. Three student-mobility-focused research proposals submitted, including one specific to an international opportunity.

2. Cross-Disciplinary, Experiential and Flexible Learning

Initiatives for 2017-18 Performance indicators/measurable outcomes
to be achieved by March 2018 (unless otherwise stated)
Increase flexible delivery options across all Seneca programs. 30 new online courses launched through the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training (FCET) and available on the eCampus Ontario portal and five program proposals for development approved.

3. Integrated Student Services

Initiatives for 2017-18 Performance indicators/measurable outcomes
to be achieved by March 2018 (unless otherwise stated)
Enhance service offerings for students. New customer service model implemented and Q-Nomy Customer Service Project Phase I launched.
Net-tuition and Ontario Student Assistance Program transformation developed.
Student Health Services expanded.
Improve student advising resources and supports. New advising models implemented for full- and part-time students.
Academic adviser training program for support staff implemented.
Three unique “Work Ready” workshops developed.

4. Smart Growth

Initiatives for 2017-18 Performance indicators/measurable outcomes
to be achieved by March 2018 (unless otherwise stated)
Move forward with construction of Centre for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (CITE), King Campus expansion and artificialturf field and dome construction. CITE programming, academic research, entrepreneurship and space planning requirements defined.
Operational plans and agreements finalized in conjunction with Seneca Student Federation (SSF) and Student Athletic Association.
Design and tender construction work for additional parking spots in lots 6, 7 and 8 at Newnham Campus finalized.
Opportunities for the repurposing of Eaton Hall explored with a third-party.
FCET area at Newnham Campus (Building D) renovated to create a circulation path between the existing building and CITE.
Artificial turf field and dome opened at Newnham Campus.

5. i3 – Information, Integration and Innovation

Initiatives for 2017-18 Performance indicators/measurable outcomes
to be achieved by March 2018 (unless otherwise stated)
Ensure i3 core modules are optimized and integrated into college operations and processes. New features implemented into i3 system for all stakeholders, including self-service capabilities and Business Intelligence modules.