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AspireThe consultation and community engagement team for the University’s next strategic plan has launched a virtual engagement platform for students.

Virtual engagement opportunities now available for students looking to have their say on strategic plan

This spring, more than 650 students joined members of UWindsor’s Strategic Planning team during four consultation sessions on campus to have their say on the University’s next strategic plan. Student participation in the Aspire: Together for Tomorrow consultation sessions provided the team with more than 21,000 data points for analysis that will help guide the University’s future.

As a next step in the planning process, the group has launched a virtual engagement platform for students — with staff, faculty, and community webpages to follow later this month.

“Input from our students during the first phases of consultation were critical to developing the next steps in this strategic planning process,” said Erika Kustra, co-chair of the consultation and community engagement team for Aspire and director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning. “Some smaller, in-person events are being planned to focus on specific themes, but we are pleased to offer virtual engagement opportunities in case students weren’t able to join us in person.”

For more information and to engage, visit https://engageuwindsor.ca/aspire-strategic-planning.