About the College

Integrated Plan

The University of Saskatchewan is currently working on its' next iteration of the university's integrated plan. The College of Nursing's plan will follow thereafter. For information on the University of Saskatchewan plan, please visit the University Plan website.

Third Integrated Planning Cycle 2012 - 2016

During the Third Integrated Planning Cycle, the College of Nursing worked to acknowledge and engage in the transformation of health sciences at the University of Saskatchewan.  The Third Integrated Plan was guided by our strategic directions. We remained committed to our long-term goals of attracting and retaining outstanding faculty; increasing campus-wide commitment to research, scholarly and artistic work; establishing ourselves as a major presence in graduate education; and recruiting and retaining a diverse and academically promising group of students. How we went about achieving these goals distinguishes us among our peers and positions us to realize the vision of our founding president to hold 'an honourable place among the best'.

A copy of the College of Nursing Summary Plan for the Third Integrated Planning Cycle is available below.

The full version is available to members of the U of S community (Network Services ID login required) on the Institutional Planning and Assessment website.

College of Nursing Integrated Plan Achievement Records

The following reports provide a high level overview of the progress for the Integrated Planning Cycles:

U of S Foundational Documents

The Foundational Documents are university-wide planning documents, strategic in nature and cutting across college and unit structures. They are intended to signal general overarching direction to the university community on selected aspects of the Strategic Directions. They describe, at the highest level, the general direction the University is prepared to take on a particular issue.

For additional information on Foundational Documents or the Integrated Planning process at the University of Saskatchewan, please visit the Institutional Planning and Assessment website.