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Program Review

The Program Review process is currently under review at the University of Idaho. A new process is in development and those programs scheduled for program review for 2018-19 (see below) will pilot the new process. The new process will continue to meet Idaho State Board of Education program review requirements and expectations from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, while aligning with newer university planning and evaluation processes, to provide a more meaningful and integrated process.

Accessing the External Program Review Portal

  1. You will need your University of Idaho login to enter the portal. All users with an active login have permission to access the portal.
  2. Find your college on the left and click the “External Program Review” link.
  3. Select your Department and Submit.
  4. Upload documents to the system for archiving using the upload link in the box at the top of the page.
  5. Each column has an “edit” link. Hit EDIT to enter, remove, or change information within each column.
  6. To save your work, you must SUBMIT it. This includes and changes and additions you make to previously submitted text. If you leave the page open for 45 minutes without clicking SUBMIT, your work will be lost due to timing out. Select SUBMIT after completing each box to prevent this loss. All edits you submit will be recorded with your name and the date/time of submission.

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Purpose

This Committee positions the University to meet standards, policies and procedures related to achieving Northwest Commissions on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) accreditation and specialized accreditations. The committee provides recommendations on processes and intended outcomes, reviews and offers recommendations on draft specialized accreditation and external program review reports and evaluates strengths and areas for growth in support of departments and colleges as part of the accreditation processes.

Duties

  • Plan annual EPR Orientation each Fall semester
  • Review EPRs and specialized accreditation reports and assist with feedback to programs and/or the Provost’s Office
  • Review NWCCU reports and/or recommendations and provide input/feedback
  • Provide input/feedback on the EPR online system and Institutional Memory Bank
  • Assist with special projects pertaining to accreditation or EPR, as appropriate
  • Advise on matters related to ongoing collection of data and evidence for accreditation standards
  • Maintain a timeline for accreditation reporting
  • Advise IEA on accreditation issues, as requested

Members for 2018-19

Dale Pietrzak, Co-Chair (IEA)
Sara Mahuron, Co-Chair (IEA)
Dennis Scarnecchia (CNR)
Marla Kraut (CBE)
Jerry McMurtry (GRAD)
Cathy Roheim (CALS)
Doug Cole (COS)
John Crepeau (COE)
Kristin Henrich (LIB)
Michael McGriff (CLASS)
Delphine Keim (CAA)
Butch Fealy (DSA)
Grace Goc Karp (CEHHS)
Dwaine Hubbard (SEM)
Richard Seamon (LAW)
Vacant (UG Student)
Russell Thacker (Grad Student)
Cher Hendricks (Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives)

NOTE: The 7-Year Program Review Schedule is under review and will be posted here for program scheduled between 2020-2027, when available.

For 2018-19, program review is being revised with an updated self-study template and process. Information will be posted here as this process is formalized. For questions in the meantime, please email the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation at [email protected].

For programs completing External Program Review that began before Fall 2018, see the section labeled “Forms/Information on Process Prior to Fall 2018.”

Self-Study Template for 2018-19 Pilot (Draft)

NOTE: The 7-Year Program Review Schedule is under review and will be posted here for program scheduled between 2020-2027, when available.

For 2018-19, program review is being revised with an updated self-study template and process. Information will be posted here as this process is formalized. For questions in the meantime, please email the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation at [email protected].

For programs completing External Program Review that began before Fall 2018, see the section labeled “Forms/Information on EPR Process Prior to Fall 2018.”

Program Review Template Based on CAS Professional Standards (New template being piloted for 2018-19)

Policy III.H – Program Review

Part 2 – Program Review
Program review is the method by which the Board and the institutions evaluate proposed and existing postsecondary programs. The goals of program review are: (a) maintenance and enhancement of the quality of instruction, research, and public service efforts, (b) assurance of the postsecondary education system’s responsiveness to changing societal needs, (c) promotion of effective and efficient management of the state’s resources, and (d) assist the institutions in defining how effective their programs are.

In the context of program review for and by the Board, a program is a curriculum or course of study in a discipline specialty that leads to a certificate or degree. It is often, but not always the same as a “major.” Administrative units of research and public services are those that are: (a) essential to student training, (b) an integral part of an academic/career technical program, (c) related to institutional role and mission, or (d) serve the consumer/state interests.

Policy III.I – Roles and Missions

Part 4 – Institutional Long-Range Plans
Consistent with the institutional statement of role and mission adopted by the Board and the Board’s statement of mission and scope, each institution develops a strategic plan outlining long-range goals, short-range objectives, and implementation strategies for responding to the needs of its constituents. The plan must receive prior Board approval, must be updated annually to reflect any fiscal or other constraints and opportunities, and must be linked to the institution’s program review and budget request processes. Major elements of the plan will include the environment within which the institution operates; identification of institutional priorities; program review process recommendations as the basis for program development, expansion, or realignment, and measures to ensure quality, efficient use of state resources, and responsiveness to clients.

Policy V.B. – Budget Policies

Part 11.B – Program Prioritization
Program Prioritization shall be incorporated in the colleges and universities’ annual budgeting and program review process.

Standard 3.B.3
Core theme planning is informed by the collection of appropriately defined data that are analyzed and used to evaluate accomplishment of core theme objectives. Planning for programs and services is informed by the collection of appropriately defined data that are used to evaluate achievement of the goals or intended outcomes of the programs and services.

Standard 4.A.1
The institution engages in ongoing systematic collection and analysis of meaningful, assessable, and verifiable data, quantitative and/or qualitative, as appropriate to its indicators of achievement, as the basis for evaluating the accomplishment of its core theme objectives.

Standard 4.A.2
The institution engages in an effective system of evaluation of its programs and services, wherever offered and however delivered, to evaluate achievement of clearly identified program goals or intended outcomes. Faculty have a primary role in the evaluation of educational programs and services.

Standard 4.A.4
The institution evaluates holistically the alignment, correlation, and integration of programs and services with respect to accomplishment of core theme objectives.

Standard 4.A.5
The institution evaluates holistically the alignment, correlation, and integration of planning, resources, capacity, practices, and assessment with respect to achievement of the goals or intended outcomes of its programs or services, wherever offered and however delivered.

Standard 4.A.6
The institution regularly reviews its assessment processes to ensure they appraise authentic achievements and yield meaningful results that lead to improvement.

Standard 4.B.1
Results of core theme assessments and results of assessment of programs and services are: a) based on meaningful institutionally identified indicators of achievement; b) used for improvement by informing planning, decision making, and allocation of resources and capacity; and c) made available to appropriate constituencies in a timely manner.

Standard 5.A.1
Based on its definition of mission fulfillment, the institution uses assessment results to make determinations of quality, effectiveness, and mission fulfillment and communicates its conclusions to appropriate constituencies and the public.

Standard 5.B.1
Within the context of its mission and characteristics, the institution evaluates regularly the adequacy of its resources, capacity, and effectiveness of operations to document its ongoing potential to fulfill its mission, accomplish its core theme objectives, and achieve the goals or intended outcomes of its program and services, wherever offered and however delivered.

Standard 5.B.3
The institution monitors its internal and external environments to identify current and emerging patterns, trends, and expectations. Through its governance system it uses those findings to assess its strategic position, define its future direction, and review and revise, as necessary, its mission, core themes, core them objectives, goals or intended outcomes of its programs and services, and indicators of achievement.

Physical Address:
Admin, Room 111
Moscow, ID 11111-3163

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Drive MS 3163
Moscow, ID 11111-3163

Phone: 111-111-7995

Fax: 111-111-7998

Email: [email protected]

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