The accompanying graphic details how the Planning-Assessment Continuum is a continuous cycle of campus decision making. Four primary committees make up the continuum and the activities of each committee inform a subsequent committee in a perpetual cycle of leadership and decision making. Each committee is reflective of a diverse array of campus stakeholders and membership, including students, faculty, and staff. The continuum starts with the University Planning Committee (UPC) which helps set the strategic direction of the campus through continual revision and adherence to the University’s 2020 Strategic Plan. Secondly in the process, University Budget Committee makes budgetary decisions based on both the input of the UPC and its own committee membership. After budgetary decisions are made The Council of Vice Presidents, the third committee, is tasked with implementing budgetary decisions. And lastly, the fourth committee, The University Assessment and Accreditation Committee, assesses whether budgetary decisions and campus direction are in line with accreditation standards and the University’s own strategic goals. Recently five additional workgroups have been created to help inform the four main Planning-Assessment Continuum committees of potential solutions that will help keep the University on the leading edge of 21st century education. These five new workgroups are as follows: Cost Savings, Revenue Enhancement, Academic Programming, Strategic Enrollment, and Resource Allocation.
UBC MEETING RECAP: OCT 16, 2014
Meeting Summary & Supporting Materials. The meeting slides and notes are now available for review.
To review: the agenda. To review: the summary. To review: Slideshow1, Slideshow2, Slideshow3.
UPC MEETING RECAP: SEPT 25, 2014
Meeting Summary & Supporting Materials. The meeting slides are now available for review with summary notes to soon follow.
To review: the agenda. To review: the summary.