Program Review Self-Evaluation and Annual Update Plan

Departments and units complete a comprehensive Program Review Self-Evaluation (PRSE) every six years and an annual update plan (AUP) each Fall between the comprehensive review. The PRSE is a comprehensive review of departments and units and is intended to set the planning, implementation, and evaluation foundations for the six-year cycle. The purpose of the AUP is to help units monitor annual progress on action plans and goals and validation committee recommendations made during the comprehensive program review process; plan and implement additional changes to improve student success and institutional effectiveness; and document changes within the department and in the discipline, college, state, or surrounding community that will be useful in conducting a unit's seven-year comprehensive program review.

The Annual Update Plan is used as the central process for requesting any resources. Each unit responds to questions regarding its efforts to meet program review recommendations, their unit goals, and the college's Strategic and Educational Master Plans. These responses are used to support unit requests for staff, faculty, equipment, facilities, and augmentations to annual budget allocations; they are prioritized based on the college's planning priorities.


Completing the AUP

The Annual Update Plan can be accessed via the eLumen system.


PRSE and AUP Video Trainings


*Sections that are similar to the previous AUP.

Mission Statement and Goal Setting Materials


Data Dashboards


Supplemental Forms - Coming Soon!

All supplemental forms must be submitted as attachments to the completed Program Review Self-Evaluation (PRSE) or Annual Update Plan (AUP) in eLumen. Submissions will not be accepted outside of the PRSE or AUP.

  • Hiring Prioritization Form - for requesting a full-time faculty position (Academic Departments only)
    • Hiring Prioritization Datapack (Instructional)
    • Hiring Prioritization Datapack (Non-Instructional) 
  • Human Resources Form - for requesting a classified staff position
    • Human Resources Rubric - used by ELAC's Human Resource Committee to evaluate Human Resources Forms
  • Facilities Request Form