The Enrolment Task Force mandate was to investigate undergraduate and graduate enrolment targets exploring opportunities for strategic growth in areas of high demand and for decline where demand is low, bearing in mind shifting disciplinary boundaries and both internal and external constraints on growth.
1. The SCAD Enrolment Plan 2009/2010 - 2010-2011, outlines a plan for modest undergraduate growth and targets 5% growth for graduate programs. The plan identifies two strategic areas for growth in 2010-11 and beyond, Commerce and Medicine, which are both contingent upon the availability of space.
2. The Task Force will complete a review of revenue generating programs, credit, non-credit and executive and their enrolment levels across campus as the basis of an analysis of opportunities.
3. The Task Force will join forces with the Revenue Generating Taskforce to identify expertise currently available on campus which could be accessed in support of the development of these types of programs.
Enrolment planning is a continuing priority for Queen's and, following a final meeting of the Task Force in January, 2009, the work of the Task Force was enveloped into an integrated enrolment planning exercise under the direction of the Vice-Principal (Academic).