University of Saskatchewan

U of S Reports

Measuring Our Progress – By 2012 Statements

For priority area 1, by 2012, we will know if we are on track if:

Progress to date
0  -  100%

Our programs are recognized for their distinctive and innovative approaches on the discovery-learning continuum, including inquiry-based, experiential and international learning  TBD
We have an undergraduate student population that is stable or growing through increased retention and participation rates and that is more diverse 50%
We have grown the graduate student population so that it approaches 15% of our total student body 75%
We have increased the number of graduate students who are effectively engaged in undergraduate training 50%
We offer more opportunities for e-learning and other alternate modes of delivery of courses and/ or programs in addition to in-class options. 50%
We have further enhanced opportunities for professional development in teaching for faculty and graduate students and encouraged them to participate in these opportunities 100%
We have implemented a comprehensive evaluation framework which assesses program, instructor and course quality. 50%
Students tell us that they receive excellent advice from trained professional student advisors who help them with their academic programs and their life goals 25%
Students indicate in surveys that they have a sense of belonging to the University community  and are respected on campus 50%
Student evaluations tell us that our course delivery methods have been effective, efficient and intellectually stimulating 50%
Recent graduates tell us that we have delivered a high-quality program, relevant to the workplace, with current ideas and methods plus the fundamentals required for innovation TBD
We have completed the University Learning Centre/Library Transformation building projects, revitalized Marquis Hall to provide upgraded and contemporary Food Services and Bookstore facilities reflective and responsive to diverse student needs, expanded and renovated Place Riel Student Centre, improved existing student housing and initiated new housing projects to reach the national average for percentage of students living in on-campus housing, and are well advanced in establishing additional student facilities (e.g. Aboriginal Students Centre) 50%