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Student Life Program Reviews

 A primary mechanism for quality assurance, the program review process engages departments in self-study, alignment with mission and goals, assessment of student learning, and recommendations for improvement. Every department in the Division of Student Life undergoes program review every six years. The Division uses the program standards developed by the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education to write a year-long self study and critical review of structures, policies, processes, and planning.  Under the direction of the Institutional Effectiveness Committee, a program review committee that includes professional participation from outside the University, then conducts a review and submits its report for institutional consideration and department action.

An outside evaluation and meta-analysis of the Student Life Program Review Process and its effectiveness can be found here pdf icon

Listed below are the departments within the Division that have undergone the program review process:

- Community Involvement Program (CIP) 

- New Student & Family Programs
- Public Safety

- Pacific Recreation

Services for Students with Disabilities
- Housing & Residential Life
- Student Conduct 

Test This - Counseling Services
- Student Leadership

- Chaplaincy
CIP, Multicultural Affairs and SUCCESS
- Center for Community Involvement

2009 - 2010
- Health Services
- Public Safety

Housing and Greek Life
- Career Resource Center