Administrative Unit Review (AUR) Process
- AUR Process and Procedures
- AUR Functional Responsibilities
- AUR Documents and Forms
- AUR Units
- AUR Schedule
- AUR Archives
- Resource Allocation Process (RAP)
Similar to the comprehensive review process in place for instructional programs, all college program and services in support of these academic programs are committed to undergo a systematic review process. The administrative unit review (AUR) is scheduled annually. A more comprehensive assessment process is scheduled every 5th year for each unit. In brief, the cyclical assessment process includes:
- An affirmation of the unit's mission statement and its alignment to the college's mission.
- Setting unit's goals with appropriate indicators of achievement for each goal.
- Assessment and evaluation of the results of its indicators of achievement, capacity and resource analysis, and future needs or mandates.
- Creating unit objectives necessary to develop a unit's work plan.
- Identifying resources needed to accomplish its work plan.
5 year Cycle
In addition to the annual cycle process, an administrative unit review includes:
- An internal self-study. Information obtained through the self-study is meant to precipitate meaningful dialogue within the unit and with the respective supervisor(s). The self-study process will also assist the unit in determining its need for changes or maintenance of its services and procedures.
- A survey of employees and customer feedback.
- A trend analysis and review of indicators of achievements.
- Comments and approval by the appropriate senior staff member.
For more information about the administrative unit review process, please contact us.