From President Frank H. Wu:

Last semester, we began in earnest working on the Queens College Strategic Plan for 2021-2026, with the ongoing participation of a broadly-constituted Steering Committee and Working Groups. The goal of the plan is to establish institutional priorities for the next five years. We have set forth an inclusive process that engages all of our stakeholders in order to make this plan as comprehensive and focused as possible. Part of that process was a series of five town hall meetings to discuss our five institutional priorities. Reports from these town halls and other information about the strategic plan is available at On that page, you will also find links to the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and Working Groups, as well as more valuable information. To all who have participated thus far—and I am proud to say there have been many—I thank you for your time, effort, and devotion to Queens College.
I write today to share with you the dates for the six town halls that will be held virtually this semester to further our work on the Strategic Plan. This semester, the forums will be geared towards specific groups, instead of priorities, so I encourage you to save the date so you may attend whichever meeting (or meetings) that is appropriate for you. This is your college, and therefore, your strategic plan, and it will be best accomplished when we all participate in its development together.
Town Hall Dates/Groups 

  • Monday, May 10, 2:-3:30 pm: Department Chairs

  • Tuesday, May 11, 4-5:30 pm: Faculty

  • Wednesday, May 12, 9:30-11 am: Staff

  • Thursday, May 13, 12-1:30 pm: Students

  • Friday, May 14 2-3:30 pm: President’s Council

  • Monday, May 17, 6-7:30 pm: Alumni/Queens College Foundation/Community
RSVP links for the town halls will be sent out closer to the dates of the events.
I look forward to continuing this process with you. Stay safe and be well.
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