Strategic Plan to 2021
Emily Carr University's strategic plan contends with our institution's priorities, strengths and possibilities from 2017–2021.
The plan looks at eight commitments towards maintaining our core strengths, and developing our emerging and potential strengths.
Each commitment articulates a priority for the university, has a series of attainable goals, and addresses the actions already under way in achieving each goal.
Download ECU's Strategic Plan to 2021.
Institutional Accountability Plan + Report
Each year, public post-secondary institutions submit Institutional Accountability Plans and Reports to the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training in July. The reports include the institution’s goals, objectives and performance measure results along with contextual information to describe the institution's role in providing service to their students and communities
You can find ECU's accountability reports on the Government of British Columbia's website.
Public Sector Executive Compensation Disclosure Statements
In British Columbia, organizations defined by the Public Sector Employers Act are statutorily required to disclose all compensation that is paid to the Chief Executive Officer and the next four highest ranking or highest paid executives with decision-making authority earning an annualized base salary of $125,000 or greater during a fiscal year.
The annual executive compensation disclosure is based on the best practice of complete transparency and therefore, full accountability for compensation paid to executives in public sector organizations in British Columbia.
You can find ECU's annual executive compensation disclosures on the Government of British Columbia's website.
Audited Financial Statements
Post-secondary institutions prepare annual audited financial statements to satisfy financial reporting requirements of the various act governing post-secondary institutions and to conform with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
You can find ECU's Audited Financial Statements on the Government of British Columbia's website.