Quality Enhancement Plan

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What is QEP?

The “Guiding Persistence to Success (#GPS) Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is designed to strengthen progression to completion rates. The QEP is a five-year, university-wide quality improvement plan focusing on student success. We will accomplish this through five strategies early alert system, first year experience course, advising model, study tables, and course redesign.

 

Why are we creating the QEP?

Every ten years, all regionally accredited colleges and universities engage in the renewal of their institution’s accreditation. As part of the reaffirmation of accreditation process, every SACSCOC institution is required to develop a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) which “identifies key issues emerging from institutional assessment and focuses on learning outcomes and/or the environment supporting student learning and accomplishing the mission of the institution.”  ASU’s QEP Topic, “Guiding Persistence to Success (GPS)”, is designed to strengthen progression to completion rates. The QEP is a five-year, university-wide quality improvement plan focusing on student success. We will accomplish this through five strategies progress reports, advising model, study tables, peer mentoring, and course redesign.

 

QEP Goals:

  • Goal 1: Encourage student progression through courses and degree programs.
  • Goal 2: Strengthen graduation rates.

 

QEP Outcomes:

  • Outcome 1: Decrease D/F/W rates in 11 high enrollment courses.
  • Outcome 2: Decrease number of students on probation, suspension and dismissal.
  • Outcome 3: Increase fall-to-fall first-year retention rates.
  • Outcome 4: Increase student awareness of academic policies and resources that are relevant to student progression and degree completion.

 

Committee Members

Carolyn Brown Director, Academic Advising and Retention
Anilkumar Devarpu Associate Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Geneva Diamond Associate Professor, English, Modern Languages and Communication
Melanie Hatch Associate Provost
Marcia Hood Chair, Visual and Performing Arts
Alicia Jackson Dean, College of Professional Studies
Kenyatta Johnson Vice President, Enrollment Management and Student Success
Rachel Lawrence Social Media and Marketing Specialist
Jeffery Mack Professor, English, Modern Languages and Communication
Brian McAllister Chair English, Modern Languages and Communication
Kelly McMurray Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness
Dorene Medlin Associate Professor, Teacher Eduation/Director Center for Faculty Excellence
Octavia Parker Manager, Enrollment Services Center
Laxmi Paudel Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Computer Science
Angela Peters Provost/Vice President Academic Affairs
Willams Tracy Director, Career Services
Dedra Williams Associate Dean, Student Engagement
Wendy Wilson Vice President for University Relations/Chief of Staff and Interim Vice President for Student Affairs



Contact person(s)

Kelly McMurray
Vice President
Institutional Effectiveness
229-500-2028
Kelly.McMurray@asurams.edu

 

 QEP Report