3.2.10 Administrative Staff Evaluations

The institution evaluates the effectiveness of its administrators on a periodic basis.

Judgment of Compliance

PVAMU SACS Accreditation - Judgement Compliance

Narrative of Compliance

The Board of Regents annually evaluates the performance of the chancellor of the system and the president of each university and the health center, and director of each agency and assists each executive officer (CEO) in the achievement of performance goals. The Board of Regents, as stated in System Policy 01.03, Appointing Power and Terms and Conditions of Employment, is responsible for the selection and periodic evaluation of the president of the University [1]. Duties of the president, under the general authority of the chancellor, are outlined in the Texas A&M University System Policy 02.05, Presidents of System Member Universities, under the heading, Procedures and Responsibilities [2]. George C. Wright, PhD [3], is the current president of Prairie View A&M University.  The PVAMU Compact with Texas A&M University System [4] outlines the performance goals by which Dr. Wright is evaluated.  The Chancellor of the TAMU System conducted Dr. Wright’s most recent evaluation May 2009 [5]. The president is evaluated annually [6].

Administrators such as vice presidents [7] [8] [9], provosts [10] [11] [12] [13], deans [14] [15] [16] [17], directors [18] [19] [20] [21], department heads [22] [23], and other administrators [24] [25] are evaluated annually as directed by Regulation Statement 33.99.03, Performance Evaluations of Non-faculty Employees, and are evaluated by his or her unit head or designee(s) [26]. The purpose of annual employee performance evaluations "is to inform employees of the quality of their work, to identify those areas needing improvement, set specific objectives for employees, and provide an opportunity to discuss career goals and the support needed to meet those goals." [26]

Supporting Documentation and Links

Comprehensive Standards 3.2.10

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