Program Review Reports
DEADLINE: Friday, December 1, 2017
Academic program review is designed to meet the standards of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the regional accrediting organization that oversees UAF, as well as to comply with University Regulation 10.06.010.B. As required in Regulation, centrality of the program to the university’s mission, program quality and distinctiveness within the UA system, student demand, employment opportunities for graduates, program productivity, efficiency, and total cost are considered. Every academic program at UAF undergoes review at least once during a five-year cycle.
The reviews are conducted at three levels, including a faculty committee, an administrator committee (consisting of deans and campus directors), and the Chancellor’s Cabinet.
Information Session for Programs Under ReviewTBD
- PAIR data sets will be sent to the individual programs up for review in October.
- Some notes from PAIR to assist with interpreting the data reports for the 2016-17 cycle
Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (SLOA)
See the above SLOA website for SLOA templates and instructions.
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