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The University Provost has designated the Executive Director for Accreditation and Academic Program Review as the Center and Institute Review Officer (CRO). The CRO coordinates the review process with the dean(s) or vice-president and maintains the university review calendar.
The purpose of center/institute review is to assess the unit’s viability, quality, and progress. The review is also designed to facilitate strategic planning. A review of each university center or institute is required at least every five years. A dean, vice-president, or the University Provost may request an early review of a center or institute at any time within the university review calendar.
The CRO provides the dean(s) or vice-president with a list of centers and institutes under his/her area of responsibility that are scheduled for review in the upcoming year. The CRO discusses goals and expected outcomes of the review process with the dean(s) or vice-president. Each center/institute is notified of the upcoming review, reporting requirements, and a deadline for report submission.