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What is the Five-Year Evaluation?
Article 71 of Law 139-01 on Higher Education, Science and Technology states that: “The Five-Year Evaluation is a process to which institutions of higher education must undergo every 5 years to assess and describe the institutional conditions to ensure compliance with agreed and regulated quality criteria and standards, through the provision of their services to Dominican society “.
Which phases are involved?
What are the dimensions that make up the Five-Year Evaluation?
Which phase of the Five-Year Evaluation are we currently in?
Who participates in this process?
All members of the university community play an important role during the Five-Year Evaluation process: students, faculty, administrative staff, and alumni.
Who are the members of the different committees?
Institutional Self-Evaluation Committee
Interim Administrative Vice Chancellor
Self-Evaluation Internal Sub-Committee
Head of Admissions Department
Coordinator of Continuing Education and the Teacher Development Center
Educational Innovation Coordinator
University Registration Coordinator
General Studies Coordinator
Dr. Alexandra García
Master’s Program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language Coordinator
Master’s Degree in Business and the Specialization in Finance Coordinator
Internal Integration Sub-Committee
Dr. Laura Reyes
Learn more about this process and the stage our university is in, in this video: