There are three subcommittees, reflecting the
three key standards:
Each subcommittee will include 10-20 members.
The subcommittees will collect and review all
relevant documents and other quantitative and qualitative data now
available or developed by the University's Office of Institutional
Research or other appropriate offices (e.g., Human Resources),
interview faculty, students (including but not limited to
student-athletes), administrator, and where relevant, external
individuals, and develop preliminary reports responsive to the
prescribed Self-Study outline. There may be open hearings of the
subcommittees, but if not there will be other mechanisms to assure
broad opportunity for input.
The subcommittee reports will be reviewed and,
where necessary, modified by the Steering Committee, returned to the
subcommittee, and reworked by the subcommittee for final review and
approval by the Steering Committee.
In each case, subcommittees are drawn
predominantly from outside the Division of Athletics, but include
members of the Division. All members of the subcommittees will
have full access to information relevant to the Self-Study process.
The Steering Committee and the subcommittees
will, with the assistance of clerical support provided by the Division
of Athletics, maintain meeting minutes and records of attendance.
Individuals assigned to complete drafts of subcommittee reports, the
final reports, and the full Self-Study will be clearly identified
throughout the process.