As a result of conducting a self-study, the following goals will be met: Confirm that UT’s practices and actions are consistent with its mission statement
and strategic direction.
Since the last HLC visit and as a newly merged institution, UT has developed a series
directions and initiated a new round of strategic planning process. Through the self-study,
UT will measure how effectively it is
fulfilling its mission and achieving its strategic directions.
Provide proof of evidence of UT’s strengths, identify areas for improvement, and recommend
plans for improvement.
As a result of conducting the self-study, UT will provide proof of evidence of its
areas for improvement. Based on this information, UT will posit future directions
for improving its institutional performance.
Foster the strong sense of community through communication, collaboration, and connectedness
between and among all UT constituencies.
By conducting the self-study, UT will implement infrastructure that will provide effective
communications throughout the campus community and to both its internal and external
Position UT’s future as a leading academic institution in the region, the
state and the nation.
As a result of conducting the self-study review, UT will have a better understanding
of where it
currently stands with all its stakeholders and where it must direct its future energies
and resources in order to maintain and
advance its academic excellence.
Achieve re-accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission.
The self-study review will be conducted in a quality manner, allowing UT to maintain
affiliation status with HLC for a future period.