North Central Association Accreditation Visit Files, 2001

Archives Record Series: 03/01/18

North Central Association Accreditation Visit Files, 2001, 4.5 linear feet.


Container Inventory

Box 1

  • List of documents in numerical order; list of documents in alphabetical order; list of reports and material available in resource room; list of files returned to owner
  • 100--Educational and Student Services Division
  • 101--Rod Library
  • 102--Athletics Department
  • 103--Academic Affairs Reporting
  • 104--Registrar annual report, 1999-2000
  • 105--UNI Foundation reports
  • 106--UNI Faculty Senate
  • 107--Public Safety
  • 108--Board of Regents calendar of governance reports
  • 109--Student outcomes assessment
  • 110--Technology in the colleges
  • 111--UNI strategic plan, 2001-2006
  • 112--Review of General Education Area V, communication essentials
  • 113--Office of Compliance and Equity Management, 1999-2000
  • 114--University committees
  • 115--Constitution of the faculty
  • 116--Proposed budget, FY 2000
  • 117--Graduating Senior Survey, December 1998-May 1999
  • 118--Physical Plant safety and health report
  • 119--College student experiences questionnaire
  • 120--General Education recommendations
  • 121--UNI Faculty committees
  • 122--Center for Multicultural Education
  • 123--Office of the Registrar
  • 124--Office of Placement and Career Services
  • 125--Collaborative/cooperative interinstitutional projects
  • 126--Master agreement between state of Iowa Board of Regents and UNI-United Faculty, 1995-1997
  • 127--Directory of Referral Resources of Curricular and Career Information, 1999-2000
  • 128--Student organization directory
  • 129--Scholarships at UNI for undergraduates and graduates, 1999-2000
  • 130--Curriculum Review Process Information Handbook, 1998
  • 131--Alumni survey, 1998
  • 132--Alumni relations information forum, October 1999
  • 133--General Education Area V, communication essentials
  • 134--Scholarships at UNI for freshman and transfer students, 1999-2000
  • 135--Persistence at the state universities, fall 1990
  • 136--Programs and courses catalogue, 1998-2000
  • 137--Athletic gender equity review, May 1994
  • 138--UNI/NCA self study report, April 1991
  • 139--Summer school survey, advanced registration for summer 2000
  • 140--Incoming freshman survey, summer 1998
  • 141--Computer, library, and summer school survey, fall semester 1998
  • 142--Graduating senior survey, December 1998-May 1999
  • 143--Graduating senior survey, May 1998
  • 144--Graduating senior survey, May 1997
  • 145--Graduating senior survey, December 1997
  • 146--Student climate survey, advanced registration for spring semester, 1998
  • 147--Profile of students enrolled at UNI, fall semester, 1998
  • 148--No file present
  • 149--Student climate survey, advanced registration for spring semester, 1999
  • 150--Incoming freshman survey, summer 1999
  • 151--Computer and library satisfaction survey, advanced registration for fall 1999
  • 152--Profile of students enrolled at UNI, fall semester, 1999
  • 153--Faculty and staff climate survey, spring semester, 2000
  • 154--Student climate survey, advanced registration for spring semester, 2000
  • 155--Computer and library satisfaction survey, advanced registration for fall 2000
  • 156--Student profiles, 1998-1999
  • 157--Graduate College scholarship, February 1993
  • 158--Schedule of classes, fall 2000
  • 159--Telephone directory, 1999-2000
  • 160--Campus master plan update, 2000
  • 161--Faculty development funding, 1991-2001
  • 162--Humanities major reappraisal, 1992
  • 163--Report to faculty on evaluation of President Koob, spring 2000
  • 164--General Education review policy
  • 165--General Education progress report materials, 1995
  • 166--General Education program review response, category I, 1992
  • 167--A University in Pursuit of Quality, 1996
  • 168--Appropriation request, FY 2001
  • 169--Strengthening undergraduate education, September 1998
  • 170--Third party and public comments on UNI accreditation
  • 171--Institutional response to the 1991 NCA evaluation team report
  • 172--Appleson comments on NCA draft report, September 28, 2000
  • 173--Profile of students enrolled, fall 1995

Box 2

  • 174--Computer and library survey, advanced registration for fall 1997
  • 175--US News and World Report, 2000
  • 176--Information disclosure Web sites
  • 177--Physical Plant Safety and Health Committee program
  • 178--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 1995
  • 179--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 1996
  • 180--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 1997
  • 181--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 1998
  • 182--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 1999
  • 183--Annual financial report, year end June 30, 2000
  • 184--ACT prediction research service report, 1980-1999
  • 185--CSEQ implications for General Education outcomes, October 2000
  • 186--Center for the Enhancement of Teaching report
  • 187--Affirmative action progress report to NCA, 1995
  • 188--Database inventory for NCA self study, July 1999
  • 189--Admission requirements
  • 190--Admission procedures relating to campus unrest
  • 191--Role and scope of Regents institutions
  • 192--Statement of institutional mission
  • 193--Admission requirements, ISD and IBSSS
  • 194--Academic Program Review, Board of Regents minutes, November 14, 1974
  • 195--Appraisal of General Education for UNI/NCA self study
  • 196--College of Business Administration self study report, June 1999
  • 197--Self study plan, Overview 1
  • 198--Review criteria for new centers and institutes
  • 199--Post-audit of new or expanded programs
  • 200--Accreditation reporting
  • 201--Principles and standards for program duplication
  • 202--Academic freedom
  • 203--Calendar changes
  • 204--Campus speakers and programs
  • 205--Credit by examination
  • 206--Extension/continuing education services
  • 207--Patents and copyrights
  • 208--Faculty activity analysis
  • 209--Faculty consulting analysis
  • 210--Withholding student transcripts
  • 211--Policy on academic program termination and reduced admissions
  • 212--Classification of residents and non-residents
  • 213--Distribution of information to prospective students
  • 214--Iowa Coordinating Council for Post-High School Education
  • 215--International agreements
  • 216--Policy on interinstitutional cooperation
  • 217--Strategic planning
  • 218--College-bound program
  • 219--Policies on notification of students of class content
  • 220--Distance education
  • 221--Planning and Policy Committee for IT minutes
  • 222--Student Computing Advisory Committee
  • 223--Student handbook
  • 224--Americans with Disabilities Act policy
  • 225--Prohibiting sexual harassment policy
  • 226--Procedure for resolution of discrimination complaints
  • 227--Retention and persistence to graduation (undergraduates)
  • 228--By-laws of teacher education faculty and Council on Teacher Education, February 1998
  • 229--Student outcomes assessment plan report to NCA, 1995
  • 230--Academic Advising Task Force report, 1996
  • 231--Grad pact
  • 232--Hiring activities, 1998-1999
  • 233--Constituency relations management plan, 1997-1999
  • 234--Early retirement incentive program and phased retirement program, 1997
  • 235--Minority recruitment activities and data, Graduate College, 1988-1999
  • 236--Policies and procedures on course fees
  • 237--Organizational charts
  • 238--Compliance and Equity Management report, fall 2000
  • 239--Policies and Procedures Manual
  • 240--Credit programs and enrollment data, Continuing Education, summer 1999-fall 1999
  • 241--Distance education report, Continuing Education, October 2000
  • 242--NCA subcommittee report on university issues, November 1999
  • 243--Student outcomes assessment policy, April 1991
  • 244--Policies on interaction with other academic institutions and programs
  • 245--Marketing plan, 2000-2001
  • 246--Strategic plan, Building on Excellence, May 1990
  • 247--Capstone faculty guidebook, General Education program, August 2000
  • 248--Academic program review detailed procedures, 1999-2000 and 2000-2001
  • 249--Academic colleges and departments summary report
  • 250--Policy on English language proficiency (oral communication competence)
  • 251--International Association for Management Education
  • 252--National Association of Schools of Music
  • 253--National Association of Schools of Art
  • 254--Council on Social Work Education
  • 255--American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • 256--American Dietetic Association
  • 257--National Association of Industrial Technology
  • 258--National Recreation and Park Association; American Association of Leisure and Recreation
  • 259--No file present
  • 260--National Association of School Psychologists-
  • 261--American Chemical Society
  • 262--American Museum Association
  • 263--Faculty roster, 2000-2001
  • 264--Maintenance plans
  • 265--Student handbook--residence
  • 266--Consortial licenses for remote electronic resources
  • 267--Art and Music library user's guide
  • 268--Student health clinic policy and procedure statement
  • 269--Library tours for school groups policies
  • 270--Library public computers policy for acceptable use
  • 271--Policies for use of Library instruction rooms and study lounges
  • 272--Library users with disabilities
  • 273--Library collections and resources
  • 274--Library-related privileges for university persons
  • 275--Interlibrary loan services, Library user's guide
  • 276--Circulation Desk services, Library user's guide

Box 3

  • 277--Library privileges for non-university persons
  • 278--UNI/NCA Steering Committee minutes
  • 279--Graduate Council minutes, 1998-2000
  • 280--Facilities Planning Advisory Committee minutes, 1998-2000
  • 281--Faculty Senate minutes, 1998-2000
  • 282--Recruitment and hiring guide for faculty, August 1999
  • 283--IPEDS staff survey, 1999
  • 284--IPEDS staff survey, 1997
  • 285--Non-discrimination and affirmative action policy
  • 286--EDUCAUSE award, 2000
  • 287--Criterion V tributary reports
  • 288--Professional and Scientific Council constitution
  • 289--Grants and contracts report
  • 290--By-laws of the University Faculty Senate
  • 291--By-laws of the Council on Teacher Education
  • 292--Graduate faculty constitution
  • 293--Council on Teacher Education
  • 294--NCA report to Malcolm Price Laboratory School
  • 295--Supervisory and Confidential Merit Personnel minutes
  • 296--Articulation agreements
  • 297--Program review reports
  • 298--NCA previous reports/concerns
  • 299--Quality in curriculum
  • 300--Qualities of an Educated Person
  • 301--Student outcomes assessment
  • 302--Graduate College
  • 303--Continuing education/special programs
  • 304--Governmental relations
  • 305--Strategic planning, budgets, and legislative action
  • 306--Intellectual property workshop
  • 307--General Education--Appraisal for NCA self study
  • 308--General Education, category IV, social sciences
  • 309--International programs tributary report
  • 310--Task Force on Internships and Student Work Experience report, December 1994
  • 311--General Education, category III, natural sciences
  • 312--General Education, category VI, personal wellness
  • 313--ACT prediction research service report, 1997-1998
  • 314--Summer school survey, advanced registration, summer 1998
  • 315--Business and Community Services, College of Business Administration
  • 316--Food service master plan, November 1998
  • 317--Pappas Consulting Group progress
  • 318--Student Wellness/Recreation Center study
  • 319--Qualities of an Education Person
  • 320--Student alumni survey, 1998
  • 321--Student health clinic evaluation
  • 322--Student involvement survey
  • 323--Student services policy--residence
  • 324--Study of withdrawing/non-returning students
  • 325--Food service master plan, August 1997
  • 326--Strategic plan progress report to Board of Regents, 1996
  • 327--Curricular and career information directory, 2000-2001
  • 328--Information Technology Services tributary report
  • 329--Graduate College tributary report
  • 330--Professional and Scientific Council minutes, 1999-2001
  • 331--Appropriation request for General Education
  • 332--Registrar's Office NCA self study, January 2000
  • 333--International Programs Office
  • 334--General Education, completion of
  • 335--Accuracy of transcripts
  • 336--Board of Regents strategic plan
  • 337--Budget proposed, FY 2000
  • 338--Development of long range academic plans
  • 339--Academic ethics/discipline
  • 340--Faculty governance
  • 341--Advisory boards
  • 342--Physical Plant Safety and Health Committee minutes
  • 343--University Health and Safety Committee minutes
  • 344--No file present
  • 345--Student outcomes assessment reports, College of Business Administration
  • 346--Budget development calendar, 1999-2000
  • 347--No file present
  • 348--Policy on use of computer resources
  • 349--Policy on World Wide Web
  • 350--Humanites institute report, 2000
  • 351--Financial aid policies
  • 352--Library cooperation agreement
  • 353--Maucker Union governance
  • 354--No file present
  • 355--College of Business Administration self study report, June 1999
  • 356--Library--Regents universities agreements and policies
  • 357--College of Education NCA report
  • 358--College of Humanities and Fine Arts NCA report
  • 359--College of Natural Sciences NCA report
  • 360--College of Social and Behavioral Sciences NCA report
  • 361--Graduate College NCA report
  • 362--Continuing Education and Special Programs NCA report
  • 363--Policies and regulations affecting students, 1990-1991
  • 364--Student complaint log and policy
  • 365--NCA publicity

Material processed and finding aid written by University Archivist Gerald L. Peterson, January 2006; last modified, April 16, 2012 (GP).


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