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See NWCCU's confirmation of EWU's continuous accreditation status here.
2016 Ad Hoc Report
2016 Year One Self-Evaluation Report
- Year One Self-Evaluation Report
- Mission and Core Themes
- PLU Guidelines for the Accreditation Cycle
- NWCCU Response to EWU Year One Report
2016 NWCCU Open Assessment Forum
2015 NWCCU Seven-year Report and Reaffirmation of Accreditation
- EWU 2015 NWCCU Seven-year Report
- NWCCU EWU Evaluation Team report, May 4 - 6, 2015
- NWCCU Accreditation Reaffirmation, July 2015
2013 NWCCU Three-year Report
NWCCU Response to the Spring 2012 Year Three Report:
"Eastern Washington University has made significant progress in defining mission fulfillment. Each of its institutional indicators now has a benchmark. However, mission fulfillment is defined in terms of fulfillment of objectives. The peer evaluation committee is uncertain precisely how the institution proposes to use the achievement or non-achievement of benchmarks for indicators to determine the ratings of objectives. The committee recommends that EWU further clarify how performance on indicators determines mission fulfillment. The committee is also concerned that the weighting of each objective equally does not necessarily reflect the purpose and mission of the institution,. The committee recommends that EWU consider how, or to what degree, each of the objectives relates to institutional purpose."
2011 NWCCU Year One Report
NWCCU Commendation One (page 8):
"Eastern Washington University has made impressive progress toward a data-driven institutional culture of assessment since their last comprehensive evaluation and subsequent focused interim visit. Programs across all four colleges are well-engaged with data collection and analysis aimed at understanding how expectations for learning are being met, and program faculty are using the results of the assessments to drive program changes. The panel strongly urges the university to continue this progress."