College of Chiropractic Mission and Vision Renewal
Mission and Vision Renewal
The College of Chiropractic is in the process of renewing its mission and vision statements, an effort that will align us with the University's strategic direction and keep us compliant with our accreditor's requirement of periodic review. Renewed mission and vision statements will provide refinement in our purpose and clarify what we should look like in the future.
Review (January 2013)
The College of Chiropractic leadership initiated the process of this review while preparing documentation and discussion materials for the College's reaccreditation self-study. The College's departmental faculty leaders drafted an initial statement for the College faculty's consideration and comments. Through small group faculty discussions and open invitations for faculty comments, a refined draft was created for the broader University chiropractic community's input.
Feedback and Comment (March 2013)
The broader University chiropractic community is invited to comment on the proposed Mission and Vision statements. Your input is needed by Friday, March 22, 2013 and can be submitted here. The draft statements are as follows:
Proposed Mission (describe what the college exists to do)
The College of Chiropractic prepares doctors of chiropractic as leaders for the delivery and advancement of natural and holistic approaches to patient-centered health care through excellence in education, professional and scholarly activity, clinical service, and community engagement.
Proposed Vision (clarifies what the college should look like and how it should behave in fulfilling is mission)
Our vision is to be internationally recognized as a leader in educating and mentoring future doctors of chiropractic to contribute to health advancement worldwide.