The Carleton Academic Plan (CAP), Realizing our Dreams as Canada’s Capital University, was approved by the Senate on June 25, 2010.
The plan provides a mission statement for Carleton and speaks to the values, priorities, and vision of the university.
The CAP includes a series of goals and objectives that are designed to allow Carleton to reach its full potential as a university, so that we can provide the best environment for research and learning for the entire Carleton community, and contribute in a significant way to the intellectual, cultural, and economic development of our city, our province, our country, and our world.
The first annual progress report on the implementation of the Carleton Academic Plan outlines progress and achievements over the first year of the CAP, as of September, 2011. Together with the CAP Indicators, which establish numerical measures, targets, and benchmarks, the progress report provides an overview of many of the exciting developments occuring across Carleton under the auspices of the CAP.
The second annual progress report on the implementation of the Carleton Academic Plan is now available. Building on the progress and achievements of the first year of the CAP, this report outlines the progress made in the second year, as of May, 2012. The CAP Indicators, included within this report, establish numerical measures, targets, and benchmarks.