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Remove barriers to access and attainment especially for Black, Hispanic, Native American and rural students; students learning English as a second language; students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds; and students with disabilities.
Corresponding StrategiesS1: Expand postsecondary opportunities and awareness to Virginians who may not view higher education as an option.
S2: Advance digital access, adoption and literacy, as well as high-quality, effective remote-learning programs.
S3: Strengthen student support services for persistence and completion: mental health, mentoring, career services, social, student basic needs, information technology, disability support and other services.
Invest in and support the development of initiatives that provide cost savings to students while maintaining the effectiveness of instruction.
Corresponding StrategiesS4: Align tuition and fees, financial aid and state appropriations such that students have broader access to postsecondary education opportunities regardless of their ability to pay.
S5: Cultivate affordable postsecondary education pathways for traditional, non-traditional and returning students.
S6: Update and reform funding models and policies to improve equity, affirm return on investment and encourage increased and consistent levels of state funding.
S7: Foster program and administrative innovations that enhance quality, promote collaboration and improve efficiency.
Increase the social, cultural and economic well-being of individuals and communities within the Commonwealth and its regions.
Corresponding StrategiesS8: Support experiences that improve students’ employment outcomes, income and community engagement.
S9: Improve the alignment between post- secondary academic programs and labor market outcomes.
S10: Cultivate a climate of inclusion and innovation through scholarship, research, a diverse faculty and other programming.
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