Evaluation of the president of each institution is primarily the responsibility of the appropriate Executive Vice Chancellor and shall occur annually.
Subject to the requirements of Rule 31102 of the Regents’ Rules and Regulations concerning the evaluation of tenured faculty and Section 3 of this Rule, the evaluation of the vice presidents and deans is primarily the responsibility of the president or delegate.
Each academic administrator below the level of president of an institution should be reviewed at least every six years. A committee appointed by the president or provost of the institution shall conduct the review. A written report will contain the substance of the review.
The institutional Academic Senate or other representative faculty body should be consulted in the development of the review policies and procedures.
The review shall be comprehensive and include input from faculty, staff, and students, and where appropriate alumni, community leaders, and other sources identified in the charge to the committee from the president or provost.
A summary of the report will be provided to the administrator under review and to the administrator’s supervisor. The written report will be made available to the Executive Vice Chancellor for the campus.
Administrator – unless otherwise defined by approved institutional policy, administrator is intended to refer to chief academic officer (vice president for academic affairs or provost); deans, department chairs, and directors of academic units.
February 9, 2006
December 10, 2004