|Minutes of university
assessment committee meeting of March 15, 2000
Earley, J. Miller, O'Neill, Calhoon, Sharon Hemmingson, J
Golliher, Ellis, Grey, Myers. Absent: Termes, Meyers,
Cook and Haislett.
The deans and VP had other commitments and thus were
unable to attend the meeting. The chair had agreed to
meet with them on March 28 and discuss the issues raised
by the committee. The next meeting of the committee will
be on March 29 at 3 p.m. in Jonas 103. The issues raised
by the committee to be discussed with the deans and VP
1. The Education College should do a separate report
for each major. The current plan may fit NCATE standards,
but it does not fulfill those of North Central.
2. Those programs that were acceptable and why - The
committee agreed that they found the reports for
accounting, technology, and business administration
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well-organized, had clearly stated goals, multiple
measures, analysis, and indicate what use had been made
of the data.
3. Those programs that were not
acceptable and why- The committee agreed that they found
the reports for history and human services deficient.
They were usually lacking in one or more areas. In both
cases, the deans would need to be aware of the issues.
4. The committee said to ask the VP and deans if we
should bring in an outside consultant to help us with
some of the groundwork for assessment and the NCA visit.
5. The committee wanted the VP and deans to establish
a deadline for the revision of the inadequate plans and
return of the reports to the committee. The committee
would return the reports to the deans and each dean would
then be responsible for the reports in his/her college.