College Administrative Leadership and Unit Review

The Skyline College Administrative Leadership and Unit Review is an integral piece of the planning and budget processes. The Skyline College model is an integrated one allowing for each Program, Service Area, and Administrative Unit Area to maintain its identify and uniqueness, while creating a standardized approach to annual planning.

The Administrative Leadership and Unit Review (ALUR) is completed annually and its purpose is to collect information to be used by the administrative units as well as the college’s Institutional Planning Committee and College Budget Committee. Information gathered and reported is used to:

  1. Assess progress on articulated goals and initiatives.
  2. Assess progress on service area outcomes.
  3. Identify and plan future operational goals and initiatives.

Along with Academic Program Review, ALUR supports the realization of the Strategic Plan by providing a system to ensure that our current work is effectively connected to the college Mission-Vision-Values and goals. ALUR will inform the college strategic priorities and resource allocation decisions.


For a copy of the ALUR form and a list of reporting areas, please click on the Forms and Service Areas link. If you have questions about the process, contact the Office of Planning, Research & Institutional Effectiveness for assistance.


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