University Survey Results
The results of ULM's University Survey are available in several formats:
- Graphical view of University Survey results: as Web page as PDF
- Text summary of University Survey results: as Web page as PDF
- Agreed/Yes responses to University Survey: as Web page as PDF
- Summary of University Survey Responses: as PDF (combines the above PDFs)
Over a period of more than 75 years, the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) has grown into a comprehensive senior institution of higher learning offering a complete educational experience to a diverse student body.
While the university is widely recognized as a regional leader in educating health science professionals, five academic colleges, a graduate school, and varied continuing education programs provide a wide-range of opportunities for learning.
Students may earn undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees; obtain the professional development necessary to remain current within their field of expertise; or enrich their personal life through not-for-credit courses. Internships and externships provide valuable opportunities for tactile learning and for the development of practical experience. In each case, ULM emphasizes a student-centered learning environment where excellence is the hallmark of the educational endeavor.
The University dedicates itself to student learning and advancing knowledge through pure and applied research. Through the Emerging Scholars Program, each undergraduate student has the opportunity to be paired with a faculty mentor and to become involved in the discovery of new knowledge.
These research and creative efforts may continue at the masters level in a broad array of programs or at the doctoral level in selected areas: Educational Leadership or Curriculum and Instruction (Ed.D.) and Pharmacy or Marriage and Family Therapy (Ph.D.).
While focused on intellectual needs, ULM is committed to developing the whole student. A wide range of student services offer attention to their physical and emotional well-being, help develop their social skills, provide opportunities for their entertainment, and assist in developing the skills they need for successful careers. An emphasis is placed on respecting diversity.
With its human, academic, and physical resources, ULM enhances the quality of life of the surrounding communities. The University serves as the economic engine for the region and as its intellectual and cultural center.
Calendar of Important Dates
|Orientation of Leadership Team||June 11, 2007|
|Compliance Certification Sample Due||April 18, 2008|
|Compliance Certification Due||September 10, 2008|
|Draft Qualilty Enhancement Plan Due||October 3, 2008|
|Off-Site Peer Review Conducted||November 3-6, 2008|
|Nomination for Lead QEP Evaluator Due||December 12, 2008|
|Qualilty Enhancement Plan due||February 2, 2009|
|Focus Report due||February 2, 2009|
|On-Site Review||March 24 - 26, 2009|
|Response to On-Site Team Report||August 1, 2009|
|Review by Commission on Colleges||December 5 - 8, 2009|