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Contributed by Rachel Reuben on 01/17/2013
In August 2012 Ithaca College launched an Effectiveness and Affordability Review and partnered with a consulting firm, Huron Education, to assist the college with this process and provide an outside perspective. Huron held listening sessions on campus, conducted independent research, and benchmarked the college among its peers in order to assist the college in identifying and making recommendations on the following:
Recommendations developed by Huron Education are now posted at ithaca.edu/EARfeedback. Ithaca College faculty, staff, and students who have an active Netpass user ID and password can review the recommendations and provide feedback through the Sakai website from January 17 to February 11, 2013.
It is important to note that these are recommendations being made to the college, not an approved action plan. The Ithaca College Board of Trustees will vote on a plan in May that will be put forth by President Rochon, with insight from the campus community, the Institutional Effectiveness and Budget Committee (IEBC), and President’s Council. To review the process outlined by President Rochon, see tinyurl.com/huronprocess.
A video will also be posted to the Effectiveness and Affordability Review website, in which President Rochon will provide context for students on the Huron recommendations and the overall Effectiveness and Affordability Review initiative.
How to post feedback or new ideas
If you were inspired by a thought in one of the recommendations or want to submit a new idea, select the navigation in the left sidebar entitled “Other opportunities not mentioned – submit your ideas” and post a new thread.
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