Strategic Planning Committee
2008 Strategic Planning
Outcome #7 The degree to which each unit on campus is meeting relevant student-centered principles has been measured.
2007 Strategic Planning Outcome 7 Highlight
Outcome #7 Chancellor, Vice Chancellors, Deans, Directors and Department Chairs have incorporated processes developed in 2006 to make decisions consistent with relevant student-centered principles and unit service philosophies into unit performance evaluations. Units have developed measures to evaluate the effectiveness of the process.
2006 Strategic Planning Outcome 7 Highlight
Outcome #7 (Ken Coopwood, Interim VC Student Admin): Chancellor, vice chancellors, deans, directors and department chairs make decisions consistent with relevant student-centered principles and unit service philosophies.
2006 Outcome 7 Spring Report
2005 Strategic Planning Outcome 7
Outcome #7: All units will articulate and communicate a sustainable service philosophy that is aligned with the Student Centered Principles and will have developed ongoing individual and unit measurements that document the alignment
|2005 Outcome 7 Final Report,||Status Report and Deliverables|
- Administrative and Fiscal Affairs
- College of Arts & Sciences
- Division of Social Work
- Information Technology
- School of Business and Economics
- School of Nursing and Health Professions
- School of Education
- Student Services Administration
- University Advancement
2004 Strategic Planning Outcome 7 Highlight
Outcome #7 (Vice Chancellor Ernest Smith, Sponsor): 2004, IU Northwest will have reviewed and updated (as appropriate) the student-centered principles and have in place a mechanism for ongoing review and updating of the principles.
- More than 130 individuals provided feedback on student-centered principles established in 2001.
- The revised document now includes a preamble and a mechanism was instituted to allow the principles to be updated regularly in the future.
2004 - 2006 Outcomes
By 2004 IU Northwest will have reviewed and updated (as appropriate) the student centered principles and have in place a mechanism for ongoing review and updating of the principles.
By 2006 all administrators from the level of department chair up will have a shared understanding of the implications of the student centered principles for decision making.