Supporting Documentation for Standard Two

From selfstudy

General Requirements - Standard 2A

Undergraduate Program – Standards 2B, 2C

Curricular Visions

Student Self Study Focus Group

Planning Unit Self Studies 2005

Culture, Text and Language (CTL)

Environmental Studies (ES)

Evening and Weekend Studies (EWS)

Expressive Arts (ExA)

Reservation-Based Community-Determined Program (RBCD)

Scientific Inquiry (SI)

Society, Politics, Behavior and Change (SPBC)

Tacoma Program

End-of-program Review 2006-07

Summaries of End-of-program Review Results: Academic Year 2001-02 through AY 2005-06

End-of-program Review Workshop

Curriculum Detail

National Data Sharing

Evergreen New Student Survey

Evergreen Student Experience Survey

General Education

General Education at Evergreen: The Historical Context, Current Experiments and Recommendations for Implementation (John McCann, 2002)

General Education Learning Indicators

National Survey of Student Engagement

Transfer Student Research

Alumni Surveys

Survey Results One Year After Graduation

Other Alumni Surveys

Additional Alumni Outcomes

Writing and Quantitative Reasoning Centers

Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center (QuaSR) Statistics 2003-2007

Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center (QuaSR) Initiatives 2003-2007

Writing Center Report for Self-Study 2008

Writing Assessment Prompt for Beginning The Journey 2007

Introductory Letter for Writing Assessment

Writing Center Contacts by Year

READING TO WRITE: Attuning College Freshmen to a Literate Life

Additional 2B and 2C References

Tom Grissom on Humanities at Evergreen – Emeritus Ceremony 2007

Rita Pougiales (Dean of Faculty Hiring & Development) Self-Evaluation 2007

Graduate Program – Standard 2D

Master of Environmental Studies

MES Self Study 2004

MES Curriculum 2007-2009

Enrollment History for Master of Environmental Studies

Annual Report 2006-07

Annual Report 2005-06

MES Director Job Description

MES Assistant Director Job Description

MES Student Handbook 2007-08

MES Thesis Handbook

MES Core Sequence

MES Supported Resources

Focht Report 2005

Curricula Vitae for MES Faculty:

  • Maria Bastaki
  • Peter Dorman
  • Linda Stumpff
  • Alison Styring
  • Ted Whitesell

(All resumes and vitae are available in hard copy through the Provost's Office.)

Master of Public Administration

MPA Self Study 2004

MPA Catalog

Enrollment History for Master of Public Administration

Annual Reports:

MPA 2007 Student Data

MPA Mission Data

Curricula vitae for MPA Faculty:

  • Amy Gould
  • Bruce Davies
  • Larry Geri
  • Nita Rinehart
  • Cheryl Simrell King
  • Linda Stumpff

(All resumes and vitae are available in hard copy through the Provost's Office.)

MPA Budget

MPA Catalog and Student Handbook

Final Report Core 2 research team V5. doc

Kathy Corey Stephen Presentation

Master in Teaching

MIT Accreditation Report 2007

Curricula vitae for MIT Faculty:

  • Scott Coleman
  • Jacque Ensign
  • Terry Ford
  • George Freeman
  • Gery Gerst
  • Masao Sugiyama
  • Sherry Walton

(All resumes and vitae are available in hard copy through the Provost's Office.)

Continuing Education and Special Learning Activities – Standard 2G

Extended Education

Study Abroad

Study Abroad History

Study Abroad Procedures

Study Abroad at Evergreen

Study Abroad Worksheet 2008

Study Abroad Travel Waiver

Alumni Study Abroad by Planning Unit


Tribal Reservation-based Programs

Grays Harbor

Summer School

General Requirements and Undergraduate Program

Required Documentation:

1. Instruments and procedures used to measure educational program effectiveness.

2. Inventory of documents that demonstrate the appraisal of educational program outcomes. The documents are to be available on campus for examination by the evaluation committee.Examples may include:

  • annual goals and assessment of success in their accomplishment;
  • studies of alumni and former students;
  • studies regarding effectiveness of programs and their graduates;
  • test comparisons that reveal beginning and ending competencies;
  • surveys of student satisfaction.

3. Inventory of degree programs that have been added or deleted in the last five years.

4. Number of degrees granted in each program for the last three years.

5. Published statements or other written rationale for the general education program.

Required Exhibits:

1. Statement of degree objectives for each degree program.

2. Description of curriculum development bodies and advisory groups, with rules of procedure and recent minutes.

3. Complete departmental or program self-studies prepared for part of this self-study.

4. Evaluation forms and summary reports of student evaluations of faculty and courses.

5. Self-study and evaluation committee reports from external reviews and the most recent professional accreditation visits and documentation of resulting actions.

6. Criteria and procedures for admission and retention of students, maintenance of student records, and awarding of credit, including credit for prior experiential learning. 7. Policies regarding transfer of credit, including articulation agreements with other institutions.

8. Policies regarding remedial work.

9. Description of the materials and forms used in the academic advisement process.

10. Grade distribution studies.

11. Policies governing public service.

Supplemental Materials:

1. Compilation of entering freshman student ability measures.

2. Samples of course examinations and other instruments used to assess student achievement or competency and, when possible, available work products determined to be of different levels of quality.

3. Funds devoted to research, if applicable, for each of the past three years; principal sources of such funds.