The BerryDunn team has completed the analysis of data collected from on-campus visits, focus groups and survey responses. They have identified unmet needs, compiled findings and are creating a draft of findings and concepts to support the future organizational structure. BerryDunn has also completed research with nine other universities to gather comparative information about resources, staffing levels, service delivery and organizational practices.
BerryDunn will be presenting a draft of findings to the Chancellor in the coming weeks and to the Cabinet next month. The team will be presenting findings to faculty and staff after classes resume for the fall semester. Campus feedback will be incorporated into the final recommendations that will be presented to the Chancellor by October 31.