Pages Home About this blog Community Guidelines Privacy Statement Contact Us Thursday, July 4, 2013 CIP submitted to the provincial government The board of governors has submitted the final version of the amended Comprehensive Institutional Plan (CIP) to the Ministry of Enterprise and Advanced Education. The CIP articulates the university’s plan for advancing our broadly developed institutional priorities. We remain committed to building a strong post-secondary system in Alberta and will continue to be a collaborative and visionary partner within Campus Alberta. We are also committed to being a leader among national and international public comprehensive, research-intensive post-secondary institutions. As such, the primary short and long-term plans developed prior to the provincial budget remain largely unchanged. All substantive changes are in the addendum which contains revised “institutional budget” and “resource and risks” chapters. I am proud of the vision and plans set out in the 2013 CIP. It is a complex document that required the input and expertise of many. Thank-you to all of the faculty, students, and staff who contributed. I have posted the final document on my website. Indira at 3:58 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook Labels: Board of Governors, BOG, Budget, Change, CIP 4 comments: AnonymousJuly 7, 2013 at 1:23 PM Can you clarify how far along we are in this process, and how "fixed" this plan and other changes are? Specifically, are the cuts announced in budget letters at the start of May now final decisions, or are there still chances that this might be changed? I'm hearing rumors that some of these cuts might be extended - is tis possible at this point? ReplyDelete Replies ColloquyJuly 11, 2013 at 1:56 PM Thank you for your question Anonymous. As mentioned in the post above. The CIP has been submitted to the provincial government. It contains the university's budget. The next step is for the provincial government to approve the budget. Once this happens the university's financial plan for the next year will be in place. When we have more information we will post it here. Delete Reply AnonymousJuly 10, 2013 at 9:22 AM When should we expect the ministry to respond to the CIP? ReplyDelete Replies ColloquyJuly 10, 2013 at 1:36 PM Thanks for your question Anonymous July 10, 2013. Just to clarify, the provincial government does not respond to the whole of the CIP. The CIP is the university's planning document. The government needs only approve the budget chapter. Having said that, they do not have a specific deadline for approval. We will post when we have more information. Delete Reply Add comment Load more... A moderator will review your comment before it is posted to ensure it does not violate the community guidelines. Be aware that at this time you are posting to an externally-hosted website. 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