This page brings together information about the design that our Steering Committee chose for our Middle States Self-Study. All of the information within this page is also available in the Self-Study Documents section. Here we highlight only a few key aspects of our design so that you can capture the essence of the process without going into too much detail. Documents that are not presented in HTML (web) format are available in PDF format and can be viewed or printed by using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you have difficulty downloading or viewing this information, please contact the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at 607-753-5565.
- Self-Study Timeline (PDF)
This document describes the deadline/timeline requirements set forth by the Steering Committee for the completion of our self-study.
- Self-Study Design (PDF)
This document describes the overall design that was chosen for our self-study in a row by column format, where rows represent the five special emphasis areas that we chose, and columns represent the six comprehensive areas of self-study.
- Steering Committee (PDF)
The twenty-four member Self-Study Steering Committee is comprised of faculty, administrators, professional staff, and one student. This committee is central to the Self-Study process, as they determine the design of the study, coordinate the work efforts involved in the process, and pull together all of the information generated for the various reports associated with a Self-Study. Members also serve as a liaison between the Steering Committee and the five Special Emphasis Area Work Groups.