Mission and Goals
Camden County College is a learning community committed to the success of our diverse student population in achieving their full academic, career, and personal potential while delivering a high-quality, inclusive, affordable, and accessible education.
Camden County College will be the regional leader in the provision of innovative academic and workforce training pathways to best serve our community.
- Academic excellence
- Goal attainment
- Respect for individuals
- Student-centered (focused) decision making
- Student learning
Strategic Direction & Institutional Goals
Direction 1: Student Success
Build academic pathways to increase equitable outcomes in recruitment, retention, and credential/degree completion for transfer and employment opportunities.
Goal 1: Equitably implement Guided Pathways to Success model across campuses and modalities.
Goal 2: Recruit more students into and increase yield from pre-enrollment programs.
Direction 2: Adaptive Innovation
Promote a culture of innovation, cooperation, and receptiveness to adapt quickly to the changing landscape in higher education.
Goal 1: Expand access to professional development experiences and resources college wide.
Goal 2: Develop and sustain partnerships with higher education institutions, private and public sector industries, and community organizations.
Goal 3: Expand and improve our eLearning division with ongoing professional development on effective teaching/learning strategies and additional fully online programs
Direction 3: Leaders in Workforce Development & Community Engagement
Become a regional leader in workforce development and community engagement through strategic partnerships with business, industry, and premier institutions to deliver a career-ready education to students.
Goal 1: Promote the College as an industry-driven partner responsive to the needs of the surrounding community and employer pool by offering educational programs and preparation for high demand occupations.
Goal 2: Offer exploratory opportunities to promote career knowledge and develop industry focused programs that reflect the needs of the region.
Direction 4: Organizational Sustainability
Position the College for long-term sustainability with a focus on financial stability, human capital, resource allocation, and succession planning.
Goal 1: Commit to a sustainable future by improving social, economic, and environmental health for both the College and surrounding community.
Goal 2: Develop operational plans to maintain financial sustainability and leverage technology to drive operational efficiencies.
Goal 3: Sustain an inclusive culture by establishing a framework for a collaborative decision-making process to enhance the long-term viability of the College and the surrounding community while upholding its core values.
Direction 5: Social Justice
Create and support a culture that demonstrates an ongoing commitment to Social Justice that strengthens our institution and community.
Goal 1: Create a Social Justice framework to guide/recommend changes to our campus, policies, and practices to embrace diversity, inclusion, fairness, and equity.
Goal 2: Develop programming for our faculty, staff, students, and community to address and combat racism.