Embrace an environment of diversity, integrity, and transparency.
- Be a responsible big enterprise known for best practices and high ethical standards and for providing an exemplary environment for scholarship, learning, and work.
- Create an institutional culture in which diversity is the norm.
An environment of diversity, integrity, and transparency
Progress will be benchmarked by:
-Best practices at or above target
-Responses to employee survey at or above target
-Diversity indicators at or above target
Best Practice Indicators
- Social (students, employees, communities, constituents)
- Transparency (University governance, policies, and procedures)
- Results of regular employee surveys on communication, accessibility of University information, and institutional integrity
- Underrepresented undergraduate students
- Underrepresented graduate/professional students
- Bachelor’s degrees awarded to underrepresented students
- Graduate/professional degrees awarded to underrepresented students
- High-demand bachelor’s degrees awarded to underrepresented students
- Retention rates for underrepresented freshmen compared with overall freshman retention rate
- Six-year graduation rates for underrepresented students compared with overall 6-year graduation rate
- Three-year graduation rates for underrepresented transfer students compared with overall 3-year graduation rate
- Undergraduate efficiency for underrepresented students compared with overall undergraduate efficiency
- Mean percentile ranking compared to other institutions on selected diversity questions in NSSE
- Underrepresented faculty and staff as compared with other universities in Washington