The concept of a Standard Survey Response has been around for a number of years. It contains common information collected across major surveys and questionnaires that we receive from companies such as US News and World Report, Peterson's, etc., that collect and publish information about colleges and universities. The data compiled in the Standard Survey Response allows us to meet 95% or more of the publishers information needs.
These volumes of historical data contain official University data going back as far as 1916. They contain information on administrative/academic calendars, curriculum, personnel, salary, grants, fiscal data, facilities, admissions, enrollment, credit data, and degrees granted.
The UW-Eau Claire "Transforming Our Future" Centennial Plan sets a bold vision for us to become the premier undergraduate learning community in the Upper Midwest, noted for rigorous, integrated, globally infused, undergraduate liberal education, and distinctive, select graduate programs. For that to happen, we must assess where we are now so that we can focus our efforts for the future. One of the first items on our new strategic plan’s "To Do" list, therefore, is a campus-wide study of our existing programs and services. We’re calling this process the Program to Evaluate and Enhance Quality, or PEEQ.