Comprehensive Program Review2017-09-19T09:51:26+00:00

Comprehensive Program Review (CPR)

About every seven years, each department in the Division of Student Affairs completes a Comprehensive Program Review to systematically review the effectiveness of programs and services and set priorities for the future. Student Life Studies provides training, coordination, and support for the ten month evaluation process. Departments with external accreditation use those processes for their program review.

Following the departmental self-study, an external review team provides an outside perspective and an additional evaluation. The external review team is comprised of campus constituents and lead by an expert in the department’s field. Findings and recommendations from the self-study and external review reports are integrated into the department’s strategic plan.

Individual department self-study reports, external review team reports, and strategic response reports are available from individual departments.

To better understand the process, scope, responsibilities, and time frame of  CPR click on CPRManual3-29-17.