Required of all Member institutions undergoing Reaffirmation of Accreditation, the Quality Enhancement Plan is a carefully designed and focused course of action that addresses a well-defined issue directly related to enhancing student learning.
The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) describes a course of action for enhancing educational quality. Core Requirement 2.12 requires that an institution develop an acceptable Quality Enhancement Plan that focuses on learning outcomes and/or the environment supporting student learning. Comprehensive Standard 3.3.2 requires that the institution ensure that it has the capacity to implement and sustain the QEP, that a broad base of stakeholders was involved in the process, and that the QEP identifies goals and a plan to assess their achievements.
Nine Steps of the QEP are:
- Topic Selection
- Research the Topic
- Define Student Learning Outcomes
- Identify Actions to be Implemented
- Establish Timeline Implementation
- Organize for Success
- Identify Necessary Resources
- Prepare the QEP for Submission
- Assess the Success of the QEP
QEP Topic Development
VMI’s Quality Enhancement Plan
Submitted for SACSCOC Review September 2016
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