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The Periodic Review Report: Linked Institutional Planning and Budgeting. Some Things to Consider Andrea A. Lex, Ph.D. Dean, Planning, Assessment, & Institutional Research Prince George’s Community College Largo, MD. The Periodic Review Report.

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The Periodic Review Report: Linked Institutional Planning and Budgeting

Some Things to Consider

Andrea A. Lex, Ph.D.

Dean, Planning, Assessment, & Institutional Research

Prince George’s Community College

Largo, MD


The Periodic Review Report

  • “is a retrospective, current, and prospective analysis of an institution.”


The Periodic Review Report

  • “is a retrospective, current, and prospective analysis of an institution.”

  • provides a structured opportunity to

    • step back

    • invite a collegial conversation

    • think strategically about challenges & opportunities.

  • provides an opportunity for an integrated review of the institution.


The Periodic Review Report

  • Leads to a reaffirmation that an institution

    • has a mission appropriate to higher education

    • is guided by well-defined and appropriate goals

    • has established conditions and procedures under which its mission and goals can be realized

    • is accomplishing its mission and goals substantially

    • is so organized, staffed, and supported that it can be expected to continue to accomplish its mission and goals.


A Key to Reaffirmation of Accreditation

Mission


The PRR is an Integrated Review

Challenges and Opportunities

Response to Recommendations

Projections

Mission


Linking Planning & Budgeting

Mission


Section 6 of the PRR

  • Evidence that linked institutional planning and budgeting processes arein place.


Standard 2: Planning, Resource Allocation, and Institutional Renewal

  • An institution conducts ongoing planning and resource allocation

  • based on its mission and goals,

  • develops objectives to achieve them,

  • and utilizes the results of its assessment activities for institutional renewal.

  • Evaluation results of the success of the strategic plan and resource allocation

  • support the development and change necessary to improve and to maintain institutional quality.


A process that looks like this:

Mission


Standard 2

  • Growth, development, and change are the result of a thoughtful and rational process of self-examination and planning

  • This process is an inherent part of ongoing activities.

  • Institutional planning is a disciplined, coordinated, systematic, and sustained effort to achieve mission and goals.


It would not look like this:

Wants

Plan

Assessment

Pressures

Goals

Terrific Ideas

Resource

Allocation

Strategies


What to Develop/Look For:

  • Support from the highest levels for linking resource allocation to planning priorities.

  • Strategic Plan

  • Clearly articulated priorities, objectives, strategies.

  • Individual(s) and/or unit(s) with direct responsibility and authority for this process.


What to Develop/Look For:

  • Reasonable relationships between projections, plans, and resource allocation proposals.

  • Clearly articulated intended outcomes given resources allocated.

  • Planning & Budget Calendar

    • Development

    • Assessment


What to Develop/Look For:

  • Budget Development Process

    • Well developed and communicated assumptions

    • Opportunities for input and discussion

  • Budget Implementation

    • Periodic updates whose findings are communicated.

    • Debrief and assess

  • How long has this been going on?


The PRR is an integrated review

Challenges and Opportunities

Response to Recommendations

Projections

Mission

Linked Planning & Budgeting

leading to institutional reaffirmation.


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