2012-                                               2014                  University of Oregon                  Club Sport...
Strategic PlanningStrategic planning is an organization’s process of defining it’s strategy or direction,and making decisi...
Club Sports Program                              Strategic Plan                             Envisioned Future:The Universi...
Assumptions:   1. Interest in club sports will continue to increase.   2. The need to adequately educate club leaders in l...
Goal Area: Programs and ServicesGoal:Student learning is integral to the creation and delivery of the Club Sports ProgramE...
e. Prospective Students                 f. Visiting TeamsObjective (2)Create a Re-Branding Campaign/Celebration Plan to co...
Goal Area: Resources-FinancialGoal A:The Club Sports Program will be supported by grants, corporate sponsors, and privated...
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Club sport strategic plan

  1. 1. 2012- 2014 University of Oregon Club Sports Program Strategic Plan K.Gleason Director, Club SportsThe University of Oregon Club Sports ProgramA program of the Erb Memorial Union
  2. 2. Strategic PlanningStrategic planning is an organization’s process of defining it’s strategy or direction,and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy. In order todetermine the direction of the organization, it is necessary to understand its currentposition and the possible avenues through which it can pursue a particular course ofaction. Generally, strategic planning deals with at least one of three key questions[1]: 1. "What do we do?" 2. "For whom do we do it?" 3. "How do we excel?"In many organizations, this is viewed as a process for determining where anorganization is going over the next year or—more typically—3 to 5 years (long term),although some extend their vision to 20 years.Source: WikipediaThe Club Sports Strategic Plan is designed to serve as a guide to the students andstaff of the Club Sports Program in the continued support of the mission of the ClubSports Program, the Erb Memorial Union, and the strategic plan of the Division ofStudent Affairs.Strategies and progress is reviewed annually on by the Club Sports program staffand student leaders.2 | P a g e 5/2/2012
  3. 3. Club Sports Program Strategic Plan Envisioned Future:The University of Oregon Club Sports Program is nationally recognized as a premier studentexperience, integrating competitive athletics, a healthy social experience, with a foundationof leadership education.The following are the Club Sports Program’s goals for the next 2-5 years. This strategic planis designed to be specific to the Club Sports Program, yet reflective and supportive of theEMU and Division of Student Affairs. Goal statements represent outcomes defining “what will constitute future success.” Theachievement of each goal will move the program, the EMU, and the Division of StudentAffairs toward realization of its envisioned future.Objectives will provide specific direction and actions on how the Club Sports Program willaccomplish its articulated goals.3 | P a g e 5/2/2012
  4. 4. Assumptions: 1. Interest in club sports will continue to increase. 2. The need to adequately educate club leaders in leadership skills to help them successfully transition clubs on an annual basis will increase. 3. There will be an increased emphasis on safety, security, risk management. * a. There will be an increased expectation of medical support by students and families of medical support. b. Concussion management expectations will continue to increase. c. The need to adequately educate student leaders and volunteer/paid coaches in leadership skills to help them successfully be a part of the safety support network of the University of Oregon Club Sports Program. 4. Student enrollment will increase. 5. Facilities to support new programs on campus will be limited. 6. The financial ability for students to pay club member dues will decrease, as the costs of higher education increase. 7. There will be an increase in global collaboration, sustainability, and environmental issues. 8. Technology changes will continue to be ongoing.* 9. The University will continue to rely heavily on outside donors * 10. The Club Sports Program will continue to rely heavily on student fundraising efforts and outside donors. 11. The use of drugs and alcohol on campus will increase.* 12. Issues regarding student conduct will continue to rise. * *Adopted as applicable from: UO Student Affairs Strategic PlanGoal Area 1 Programs & ServicesGoal Area 2 Marketing & CommunicationsGoal Area 3 Resources-FinancialGoal Area 4 Resources-Facilities4 | P a g e 5/2/2012
  5. 5. Goal Area: Programs and ServicesGoal:Student learning is integral to the creation and delivery of the Club Sports ProgramExperience.Objective (1):Increase staffs’ understanding of exceptional programs and services that support thedevelopment of a premier Club Sports Experience. a. Enhance the quality of the Club Sports Program by incorporating best practices and ongoing innovation. b. Increase collaboration between academics and Club Sports Program in the creation of student learning opportunities.Objective (2):Design and deliver effective tools and educational workshops to engage and support clubsports leaders.Objective (3):Design effective communication strategies to reach general program participantsGoal Area: Marketing and CommunicationsGoal:Current students, alumni/alumnae, the University, the Division of Student Affairs, andexternal partners, will understand the role of Club Sports in both providing an athleticexperience and advancing student learning and .Objective (1)Create a sustainable a marketing/communications plan to reach target audiences a. Program Alumni b. Current Participants c. Current Leaders d. Participant Families5 | P a g e 5/2/2012
  6. 6. e. Prospective Students f. Visiting TeamsObjective (2)Create a Re-Branding Campaign/Celebration Plan to coincide with the 50th Anniversary ofthe Club Sports Program (est.1964=2014) and a potential EMU remodel.Goal Area: CurriculumGoal:Students’ readiness for civic engagement, global citizenship, healthy living, employment,and life-long learning is enhanced through a comprehensive and purposeful curriculumthrough their Club Sports Experience.Objective (1):Establish a Club Sports Program curriculum based on each student experience a. The Club Sports Leader Experience b. The Club Sports Practicum Experience c. The Club Sports Executive Committee Experience d. The Club Sports Graduate Teaching Fellow Experience e. The Club Sports Employment ExperienceObjective (2):Establish learning outcomes and assessment strategies to support the program curriculum.Objective (3):Increase club sports students’ ability to integrate their club sports experience into theirlarger University of Oregon experience, as they learn to develop, apply, and confidentlyarticulate their skills, personal qualities and goals, asObjective (4):Establish a curriculum delivery that meets the needs of diverse learning styles.6 | P a g e 5/2/2012
  7. 7. Goal Area: Resources-FinancialGoal A:The Club Sports Program will be supported by grants, corporate sponsors, and privatedonations in an effort to keep program costs affordable for all students participantsObjective (1): Identify and seek applicable grants and corporate partners to support general programinitiatives.Objective (2):Educate club leaders how to identify and seek applicable grants and corporate partners tosupport specific member clubsGoal B:The Club Sports member organizations will continue to be supported by the fundraisingefforts of their student participants.Objective (1):Identify and implement new, effective fundraising strategies.Objective (2): Educate member organizations how to identify and implement effectivefundraising strategies.Goal Area: Resources-FacilitiesGoal: The Club Sports Program will be supported by facilities both on-campus and off campus tosupport facilities.Objective (1):Identify, seek, and maintain synergistic partnerships for on campus facility access.Objective (2):Identify, seek, and maintain synergistic partnerships for off campus facilities.7 | P a g e 5/2/2012

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