In order for the University of Minnesota to stay strong and vibrant, thoughtful reviews, based on well-established criteria are critical. The following criteria have been established over the past twenty years in conversation with a number of important constituencies. It is important to apply these criteria as an overall evaluation system that
relies on the refinement of useful measures to assess, improve, and restructure the University and the exercise of careful judgments in setting University-wide priorities. No single criterion should be used in isolation.
The key questions are: Should programs or services be expanded, maintained at current levels, reduced, or eliminated? If they are to be expanded or maintained, can they be strengthened or improved?
A six-page document describing criteria for evaluating programs and services provided by the University.
University of Minnesota: Administrative Service and Administrative Strategic Positioning Task Force.
University Criteria for Academic and Other Program Reviews.
University of Minnesota.
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