Quality Initiatives

EHE - Excellence in Higher Education - Assessment Areas

EHE helps you identify strengths and improvement needs in seven areas:

  • Leadership
  • Purposes and plans
  • Beneficiaries and constituencies
  • Programs and services
  • Faculty, staff and workplace
  • Assessment and information use
  • Outcomes and achievements

EHE can be used at the department, division, or campus level.  It is applicable in administrative, student affairs, service, and academic areas.

One key ingredient of success of EHE is the manner in which it involves many individuals in the assessment and planning process.  Understanding EHE is important for many groups:

  • Chief/executive business/academic officers
  • Associate and assistant deans & vice presidents
  • Directors of academic and business units
  • Planning, assessment, continuous improvement, organizational developmnt and institutional research staff.