Phase II: Self-Study


The Self-Study phase is the central component of the program review process. This phase takes the largest amount of time and effort from faculty/staff to complete. Self-study is characterized by critical self-reflection and systematic review of evidence.

The Self-Study phase includes collection and analysis of existing and new evidence and the completion of a Self-Study Report. The final report includes descriptive and critical reflection and is usually between 20 and 40 pages in length, excluding appendices.

The Self-Study Report is shared with External Reviewers to help prepare for the site visit. Once finalized, the Self-Study Report is shared with the Program Review Oversight Committee (PROC).

Key Tasks and Target Timelines

Self-Study Resources:

Self-Study Report Outline.docx