Tammy Barry serves as the WSU Graduate School’s associate dean in charge of program assessment and review. Jon Walter is an administrative planning specialist with the department of Institutional Research.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to comment about WSU’s qualifications for re-accreditation at 11 a.m.-noon Thursday, April 2, in Smith CUE 518. That will be an open meeting with members of the accreditation team of the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
WSU’s 10-year accreditation process culminates March 30-April 3 with the visit of the NWCCU team. The team will work to verify evidence and analysis generated by WSU in its self-study. WSU’s goal is to demonstrate it is using the self-study to implement improvement.
Completed last fall, the self-study is the product of a two-year process to:
* Encourage institutional improvement.
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PULLMAN – An accreditation team from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities will visit WSU’s campuses next week, the final step in the 10-year reaccreditation process for the university.
The 12-person team, which is led by Auburn University President Jay Gogue (GOODGE’), will be on the Pullman campus April 1-3. Team members will also visit the Tri-Cities and Vancouver campuses on March 30 and the Spokane campus April 2. They will be evaluating how well the university is addressing nine standards for institutional improvement and effectiveness established by the NWCCU.
“Re-accreditation is one of the most important indicators of the quality of a university,” … » More …