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Quality Enhancement Plan

Required by Requirement 2.12 “The QEP describes a carefully designed and focused course of action that addresses a well-define topic or issue directly related to enhancing student learning.”

Required to develop a 5-year plan to improve student learning or the learning environment at the institution

Required to be a college-wide effort and have broad-based support


Required by Comprehensive Standard 3.3.2 "The institution has developed a Quality Enhancement Plan that (1) demonstrates institutional capability for the initiation, implementation, and completion of the QEP; (2) includes broad-based involvement of institutional constituencies in the development and proposed implementation of the QEP; and (3) identifies goals and a plan to assess their achievement. (Quality Enhancement Plan)."


QEP Guidelines


•      Topic must emerge from careful study and DATA

•      Topic must be specific, focused, and measureable.

•      It must focus on student learning or the learning environment

•      Must have the potential for widespread effect and impact a large number of students

•      Must be evidence of broad-based involvement with significant involvement of faculty

•      Must be proof of adequate resources for implementation

•      Must include assessment strategies for continuous improvement




The goal of the QEP is to develop a college-wide approach to advising to build a culture of shared responsibility for student completion.

Student Learning Outcomes:

Through academic and financial advising, students will develop educational and career goals and create a timeline for completion.

Students will utilize advising and meet check-points within their academic map each semester.

Students will utilize campus resources to support their educational and career goals.


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