University effectiveness is measured in three dimensions:
- Key Performance Indicators: Consists of 10-15 critical indicators of university effectiveness related to enrollment, student success and other KPIs which support strategic priorities
- Key Financial Indicators: Financial measures indicate whether resource allocation priorities align with strategic priorities and whether available resources are increasing or declining. KFIs relate to accreditation requirements, bond financing requirements, and efficiency standards
- Strategic Planning Indicators: The university strategic plan includes planned outcomes across six priority areas. Actual progress is measured against each of these planned outcomes annually.
Below are summary indicators of progress in each of these three areas. These gauges include links to additional details supporting these overall assessments.
Key Performance Indicators
Key Financial Indicators
Strategic Planning Outcomes