The Martin 2020 Plan

This strategic plan is a reflection of new thinking and an articulation of what Martin Methodist College aspires to be. We have attempted to define what values we share as members of this academic community, what challenges are most apparent looking forward, and what opportunities we find most compelling. The Martin 2020 plan falls into a succession of planning initiatives that have had a dramatic effect on the evolution of this institution: the Martin 2000 plan successfully moved the college to the baccalaureate degree level, and then the Martin 2010 plan achieved both a programmatic and enrollment “critical mass”, with over 32 baccalaureate programs and an enrollment over 1,000 students. As a result, the expectations are high for this cycle of planning, although the approach we are recommending with Martin 2020 entails a focus that is actually quite close to home.


We invite you to learn more about the Martin 2020 plan, here.


Extended Master Plan

For the College to better fulfill its mission of being a nurturing institution, the Extended Master Plan calls for growth in all major areas including campus facilities.

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