Central State University has formed a new group to create a strategic plan for the future of the historically black campus.
“The initiative builds upon the Six Compelling Priorities developed by President Cynthia Jackson-Hammond that align directly with Governor Kasich’s goals for higher education, as well as the 2012 Chancellor’s Plan for Advancing Progress at Central State,” the university announced.
The steering committee is comprised of key community, city and business leaders, as well as key officials and student leaders representing the university. Provost Charles Ford will chair the committee, which also includes city and business leaders such as David Estrop, superintendent of the Springfield City School District. The process will include several open forums for the community, and a website will be launched that provides information, and that information will be released at a later date, according to CSU. STAFF REPORT
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