New reports call for Laurentian to undertake significant transformation process to address inefficiencies

A pair of new reports on Laurentian University’s operations and governance call on the university to begin a three-year “transformation process.” The transformation process would see the institution invest between $26M and $32.5M to address inefficiencies. Seven areas were identified as needing improvement, including the strategic plan, student services, and financial performance, and the report additionally found a “capability gap” in many areas of the university. “[T]he university is focused on whatever needs to be done to make Laurentian the best environment it can be for its students,” said Laurentian’s Chief Redevelopment Officer Lou Pagnutti. “The report serves as a roadmap to success – and the university is dedicated to renewing Laurentian as the proud institution our community deserves.” CBC| Laurentian| Global News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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