Document Type

Conference Session

Publication Date

7-20-2021

Abstract

Join us in this session for “breaking news” on the Fifth-Year Interim Review! The session will include a brief overview of the SACSCOC Fifth-Year Interim Review process followed by top stories from two “reporters” who are highly experienced cluster chairs of the Committee on Fifth-Year Interim Reports. Their “news reports” will focus on standards that have been frequently cited in past Fifth-Year reviews and present strategies to address common issues observed by past committees related to the organization of the report. The session will also feature an “advice segment” that offers institutions points to consider when addressing the Fifth-Year standards and writing the report from the perspective of the “reporters” who are closely involved with developing SACSCOC reports at their own institutions. Target Audience: Individuals preparing to develop a Fifth-Year Interim Report.

Participant learning outcomes:

  • Understand the Fifth-Year Interim Review process.
  • Identify strategies to address standards that are more likely cited during the Fifth-Year process.
  • Identify strategies to address common Fifth-Year report organization issues.
  • Examine points to consider when addressing the Fifth-Year standards and writing the report from the perspective of individuals deeply involved with developing SACSCOC reports at their own institutions.

Conference/Symposium

2021 SACSCOC Summer Institute

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