The 2016-2020 Strategic Plan identifies Six Compelling Priorities (CP) for the University:

CP1. Quality academic and collegiate experiences CP2. Targeted student enrollment CP3. Reduce time to degree completion CP4. Increase retention rates CP5. Develop graduates with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions for professional careers or advanced studies

CP6. Efficient and effective institutional operations

Compelling Priority 1: Quality Academic and Collegiate Experiences

Central State is committed to providing a quality, affordable education to the residents of Ohio and beyond. Notwithstanding, this commitment extends to developing students academically, socially, and culturally. Te University’s designation

as a Land-Grant Institution

Academic Affairs College of Business (COB)

Leaders, Entrepreneurs, Executives, and Directors (L.E.E.D.) Conference Te theme of the L.E.E.D. Conference held April 3-4, 2019, was “Te Rebirth of Black Wall Street.” Te two- day conference featured speakers from banking and corporate industries: Union Savings Bank (USB); Guardian Savings Bank (GSB); Global Automotive Alliance; New Impact Partners; and the Turgood Marshall College Fund.

Study Abroad Faculty members accompanied students to Beijing, China, where they visited companies that have expertise in marketing and international

exchange: Ipsos, Shunya International Martech Beijing, and Jones Lang LaSalle.

Ipsos is among the world’s largest global research companies focusing on five key areas: advertising, public affairs, media, loyalty, and marketing. Shunya Beijing is an integrated communications organization that offers various communication solutions to the consumer insight system. Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated is a professional services and investment management company specializing in real estate.

Students interacted with executives at each company and learned about international business practices and cultural norms in China.

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HBCU Digest 2018 Best Business Program of the Year

is integrated in its mission.

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