This guide is designed to provide a set of tools for Library and Learning Commons (LLC) planning as we work to meet the strategic planning efforts of FSCJ. LLC planning efforts are designed to support and positively impact the College's wider strategic improvement efforts. As our higher education environment evolves very quickly, this guide will serve as an annual repository for planning efforts, and document the evolution of strategic objectives over time.
Florida State College at Jacksonville provides an equitable, high quality, success-driven learning experience for our diverse community of students.
To promote intellectual growth for life-long learning, advance the economic mobility of our students and transform the communities we serve.
Core Values (iRISE)
Respect for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Service
Through an engaged team of faculty and staff, the FSCJ Library and Learning Commons (LLC) provides robust and relevant information resources, instructional services, tutoring support, and student-centered facilities to foster academic success and life-long learning in a dynamic, information-rich educational environment.
The FSCJ Library and Learning Commons is a nationally recognized leader in the provision of innovative library information resources and services, educational technologies, and tutoring support that measurably improve students' academic success.
Enrollment: Expand access to and support persistence in postsecondary education serving all student populations.
Service: Enhance and deliver an exceptional student and employee experience to create a sense of belongingness.
Success: Increase student achievement and success to strengthen opportunities for economic mobility for all students.
Excellence: Invest in the employee experience and college-wide operations to promote continuous quality improvement.
Community: Proactively engage community and business partners to continually align industry needs and academic programming.
Priority 1: Increase Enrollment
Priority 2: Increase Retention and Completion
Priority 3: Improve Processes
Priority 1: Provide a Student-Centered Education
Priority 2: Impact Community
Priority 3: Increase Institutional Capacity