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  1. SACS Advisory Group April 8, 2010

  2. Agenda • Charge of the Group • SACS/QEP Update/Overview • 5th Year Interim Report • Assigned Areas • Next Steps

  3. Charge of the Group • Continual Commitment to Accreditation

  4. SACS/QEP Update/Overview • Last Reaffirmed – 2008, Next Reaffirmation – 2018 • QEP - Enhancing student learning by improving students’ ability to think critically • Student Success • Professional Development • Critical Thinking Resources • Fifth-Year Interim Report, Including QEP Impact Report Due – September, 2013

  5. 5th Year Interim Report • I – Signatures Attesting to Integrity • II – Abbreviated Institutional Summary Form Prepared for Commission Reviews • III – Abbreviated Compliance Certification (14 standards) • IV – Additional Report (not required for SPC) • V – Impact Report of the Quality Enhancement Plan • Also, host an off-site committee charged to review new, but unvisited off-campus sites initiated since institution’s previous reaffirmation.

  6. 14 Standards

  7. Faculty (2.8) • The number of full‐time faculty members is adequate to support the mission of the institution and to ensure the quality and integrity of its academic programs.

  8. Student Support (2.10) • The institution provides student support programs, services, and activities consistent with its mission.

  9. Qualified Administrators (3.2.8) • The institution has qualified administrative and academic officers with the experience, competence, and capacity to lead the institution.

  10. Institutional Effectiveness (3.3.1) • The institution identifies expected outcomes, assesses the extent to which it achieves these outcomes, and provides evidence of improvement based on analysis of the results in the following area:3.3.1.1 educational programs, to include student learning outcomes

  11. Admissions Policies (3.4.3) • The institution publishes admissions policies that are consistent with its mission.

  12. Program Coordination (3.4.11) • For each major in a degree program, the institution assigns responsibility for program coordination, as well as for curriculum development and review, to persons academically qualified in the field. In those degree programs for which the institution does not identify a major, this requirement applies to a curricular area or concentration.

  13. Physical Facilities (3.11.3) • The institution operates and maintains physical facilities, both on and off campus, that appropriately serve the needs of the institution’s educational programs, support services, and other mission‐related activities.

  14. Student Achievement (4.1) • The institution evaluates success with respect to student achievement including, as appropriate, consideration of course completion, State licensing examination, and job placement rates.

  15. Curriculum (4.2) • The institution’s curriculum is directly related and appropriate to the purpose and goals of the institution and the diplomas, certificates, or degrees awarded.

  16. Student Information (4.3) • The institution makes available to students and the public current academic calendars, grading policies, and refund policies.

  17. Program Length (4.4) • Program length is appropriate for each of the institution’s educational programs.

  18. Student Complaints (4.5) • The institution has adequate procedures for addressing written student complaints and is responsible for demonstrating that it follows those procedures when resolving student complaints.

  19. Recruitment (4.6) • Recruitment materials and presentations accurately represent the institution’s practices and policies.

  20. Title IV (4.7) andFinancial Aid (3.10.3) • The institution is in compliance with its program responsibilities under Title IV of the 1998 Higher Education Amendments. The institution audits financial aid programs as required by federal and state regulations.

  21. Assigned Areas

  22. Next Steps • Upcoming Events • Dr. Milton Cox – Seminole Campus, April 14-15 • SACS Summer Institute – Tampa, July 25-28 • To-Dos • Review packet, online resources, examples • Identify team members to • Consider timeline and ways to compile information • Craft questions for SACS Summer Institute attendees • Next meetings – June and August