With a SACSCOC reaffirmation on the horizon, Union University needed a new way to manage their accreditation and assessment processes. By transitioning to Planning & Self-Study by Watermark, the team was able to get up and running quickly and increase buy-in across campus, including a strong rollout to non-academic units.
Planning & Self-Study helped the University of North Alabama get more than 85% of faculty to finish annual ...
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