The strategic planning mission of OEVPURAPP includes developing and articulating university-wide objectives and organization as well as assessing and communicating progress toward those objectives.
In his inaugural address, IU’s eighteenth president, Michael A. McRobbie, articulated an ambitious plan for the university. In his first State of the University address, President McRobbie provided an update on the strategic priorities he announced in his 2007 inaugural address. In his most recent State of the University address the president discussed the values that guide IU's response to the current financial situation, the university's commitment to widening access to educational opportunity, and its continuing commitment to excellence in education and research. The president articulated these directions in the Principles of Excellence, ten guidelines that serve as Indiana University's roadmap for the future.
The Office of Institutional Research and Reporting provides information that supports institutional planning, policy formation, decision making, and accountability at IU.
Indiana University as a whole and each of our campuses have clearly defined mission statements in keeping with IU’s historic charter and responsive to the aspirations and obligations of a public twenty-first century research university with a global reach.
Strategic plans guide operations and establish directions for progress for IU’s various campuses. IU has developed strategic plans to direct its priority initiatives, including private giving and alumni relations.
Reports on Progress
IU's campuses, schools, and departments report their progress toward strategic goals and keep their constituents involved in the life of the university with hard copy and electronic annual reports.
Special Project Reports
Reports from special projects initiated by the president and university administration.