RRC’s Strategic Plan helps chart a course that empowers the College to continue being a leader and a driving force that will support and help the economy grow.
Not only does the Strategic Plan support the priorities and themes developed in RRC’s Academic and Research Plan, it affords the College the opportunity to continue focusing on what matters most, and allows it to develop the areas of excellence and four key strategic themes that will continue to shape the institution.
2016-2021 Strategic Plan
Red River College’s 2016-2021 Strategic Plan reflects the dialogue that took place in the Open Cafés and consultations, which helped shape our mission, vision and values.
The next step in building the Strategic Plan is the development of initiatives that will support the achievement of its goals. As a living document, the Strategic Plan is still open to discussion and elaboration.
Any comments can be directed to Christine Watson, Vice-President, Academic, at email@example.com.
Past Strategic Plans
- Strategic Plan 2012-2015
- Strategic Plan 2010-2013
- Strategic Plan 2009-2012
- Strategic Plan 2008-2011
- Strategic Plan 2007-2010
- Strategic Plan 2006-2011
- Strategic Plan 2005-2010
- Strategic Plan 2004-2009
- Strategic Plan 2003-2008
- Strategic Plan 2002-2007
- Strategic Plan 2001-2006
- Strategic Plan 2000-2005
Past Operational Plans
Red River College’s Operational Plans identify strategy initiatives, improvement priorities and corresponding actions to the Strategic Plans.
- Operational Plan 2008-2011
- Operational Plan 2007-2010
- Operational Plan 2006-2011
- Operational Plan 2005-2010
- Operational Plan 2004-2009
- Operational Plan 2003-2008
- Operational Plan 2002-2007
- Operational Plan 2001-2006
Progress in Achieving the Operational Plan Vision
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2006
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2005
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2004
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2003
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2002
- Progress in Achieving the Vision 2001
Campus Master Plan
The Red River College Campus Master Plan proposes building and site improvements that will enhance the learning environment for both general education and skilled trades programs, create a higher quality student and campus life experience, and improve the character and image of the campus. The College will use the plan as a roadmap to identify opportunities, both long term and short term, for the development and enhancement of facilities at the Notre Dame Campus.