(approved by the UNF Board of Trustees January 12, 2016)
The Board of Trustees will evaluate the university President on an annual basis. The evaluation process will facilitate clear communication between the Board and the President, reflect best practices and promote execution of the University strategic plan.
The Board of Trustees believes six principles should guide and inform the Presidential evaluation process:
Commencing in 2007 and every third year thereafter, or at such other interval as the Board of Trustees deems appropriate, the Board shall engage an outside consultant to design and conduct a peer review assessment of the performance of the university, its President and its Board. Such peer review assessment shall be designed to compare UNF with other comparable universities that represent the highest performing universities of comparable size and mission. The peer review process shall, among other things, solicit feedback from faculty, staff, students and the community. The peer review shall be conducted in a manner so that the confidentiality of survey individuals providing feedback is maintained. The peer review shall supplement, and not replace, the annual performance evaluation of the president.
Evaluating and supporting the President is among the most important responsibilities of the Board of Trustees. We believe the process described in this report reflects best practices for Presidential evaluation and, if implemented, will cause UNF to reside among the best universities in this important responsibility.
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