About Academic Program Quality


Academic Program Quality leads university efforts to ensure the quality and relevance of all academic programs at the university. This area oversees the university’s accreditation, program assessment and institutional effectiveness, in addition to evaluating existing academic programs and ensuring that new academic programs are innovative, relevant and will advance UCF’s academic mission.

Vice Provost for Academic Program Quality:

The Vice Provost for Academic Program Quality leads university efforts to ensure the quality and relevance of all academic programs at the university. This position is charged with overseeing the university’s accreditation, program assessment and institutional effectiveness, in addition to evaluating existing academic programs and ensuring that new academic programs are innovative, relevant and will advance UCF’s academic mission. The Vice Provost for Academic Program Quality reviews and develops university-wide policies related to academic programming that support the university’s strategic goals while demonstrating the quality of UCF programs to external constituents such as accreditation agencies and internal stakeholders such as faculty, administration and trustees. The Vice Provost for Academic Program Quality is UCF’s liaison to the Board of Governors and State University System on all matters related to academic programming.

Diane Z. Chase, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Academic Program Quality

Academic Program Quality’s responsibilities include:

 

APQ Organizational Chart

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Academic Program Quality Staff Members

Tace Crouse Tace Crouse Director, Special Projects
Michelle Michelle Ocampo Office Assistant
Coral_Rojas Coral Rojas Coordinator, Faculty Qualifications, Program Review, and Accreditation
Susan Susan Tracy Senior Administrative Assistant
Heidi-Watt Heidi Watt Director, Accreditation and Quality Assurance

Academic Program Quality Contacts