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PROVOST FORUM 2012-13 Priorities September 17, 2012. futureu. Indus Foundation Conference Hyderabad, India September 7-10, 2012. Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad, India. Sriram Institute of Management and Technology, Dehli , India.

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Fall 2012 Enrollment (headcount)

*15th day official headcount

** September 12, 2012 (not 15th day official headcount)

***Lower enrollment is due to increased English competency requirements.


Academic Affairs Priorities

  • Priority 1 - Hire a Dean of the College of Business
  • Priority 1 - Begin preparations of the NWCCU Year 3 Report
  • Priority 1 - Continue Implementation of College!Now
  • Priority 1 - Work out Organizational Structures for areas
  • reporting to Provost and launch searches
  • Priority 1 - Finalize Futureu Strategic Plan
  • Priority 1 - Begin discussion of ASC instructors and courses

Academic Affairs Priorities (continued)

  • Priority 1 - Roll out PD funds and CARE grants
  • Priority 1 - Work with Chancellor on time-critical issues
  • Priority 1 - Work with Deans on College-related issues
  • Priority 1 - Work with Academic Senate on issues raised
  • Priority 1 - Work with CBA on issues raised
  • Priority 2 - Begin to sort out Academic Affairs priorities for
  • 2012-13 based on the new strategic plan

2013-2018 Futureu Strategic Plan

  • Core Theme 1: Providing an Environment for Learning
  • Core Theme 2: Cultivating Teaching Excellence
  • Core Theme 3: Promoting and Engaging in Civic Responsibility
  • Core Theme 4: Enhancing the Community
  • Overarching Theme: Enhancing Efficiency, Communications, Facilities, Image, and Resource Base
  • Existing Four Themes as submitted in: September 2011 NWCCU Year-One Report *

NWCCU Year 3 Report ° Update on previous reported concerns° Review Progress on Standard One : Mission, Core Themes, and Expectations° Address Standard Two: Resources and Capacity° Describe how the resources and capacity in Two can help your institution achieve One.


(Previous 2008 Report) Recommendation 2: Although the actions of the Board of Regents and President Cruzado to more clearly define intra-campus governance may be steps in the right direction, at this point there is nothing concretely proposed and nothing adopted (Standards 1.A.1, 6.A.4, 7.A.1).

(2011 Report) Concern 1: Although some of the indicators measure the quantity of service provided, consideration should be given as to how often the services are used and their impact in order to gain more meaningful achievement indicators. (Standard 1.B.2)

(2011 Report) Recommendation 1: Although the University has a clear mission statement that is published on their website and approved by the Board of Regents, there is no evidence to demonstrate that its mission statement is widely published and generally understood by its community. The evaluators recommend that the University document and provide evidence for how the University community is aware of the mission statement and understands it. (Standard 1.A.1)

(2011 Report) Recommendation 2: The institution has listed numerous (over 50) indicators to assess core theme, however, they appear as lists of everything that could possibility be included as opposed to key, strategic indicators. In addition, there is no mention of establishing targets by which to gauge progress. The evaluators recommend that the University examine each indicator to determine its value for measuring progress toward goals and core themes, that it establish baseline data, and that it determine appropriate targets to measure progress. (Standard 1.B.2)


Academic Affairs Searches° COB Dean° Vice Provost (Academic Affairs?)° Director Grants and Sponsored Programs° Director of Graduate Studies° Director of MSUB Extended Campus° Director of eLearning (with IT)° Executive Director of International Studies