Inver Hills Community College understands the importance of planning for the future to secure relevant and rewarding learning experiences and outcomes for our students. Our college engages in multiple planning processes as a forward-thinking institution of higher education.
Developed by external stakeholders, accountability plans provide a framework for long-term planning while delivering tools that make sure the college is making sound preparations for the future.
Long-term plans determine what Inver Hills embarks to achieve over the next three to five years. Another purpose for long-term planning is providing a framework for the college's annual plans.
Annual plans include specific objectives to accomplish for the year. The college has separate annual planning processes for instructional areas and non-instructional areas. Instructional areas develop annual plans through the Program Review process and non-instructional areas develop annual plans through the Annual Planning process.