Status Levels


Status levels are used to create a systemwide standards language for comparing the status levels among all of the campuses in an aggregated report that established the current median of support across the entire system. The status levels indicate the state of individual goals or status indicators on the path to being fully implemented.

Satus Level Description for Procedures Description for Documentation Description for Resources
Optimized The campus has a mature practice. In addition, procedures are in place to conduct regular administrative reviews of success indicators to gauge effectiveness and implement improvements. Documentation is continually revised to reflect the managed practice. Periodic administrative review of documentation is conducted. Resources have been both identified and allocated. Periodic administrative review of resource allocations is conducted.
Managed The campus has a mature practice. Procedures are also in place to track and capture success indicators (milestones and measures of success). Documentation is complete and fully reflects the standard practice. Resources have been both identified and allocated.
Established The campus has a standard practice. Procedures are consistent and formal. Documentation is complete and fully reflects the standard practice. Resources have been both identified and allocated.
Defined The campus has a common practice. Procedures, if in place, are consistent but informal. Documentation, if present, is in working draft. Resources have been firmly identified but not yet allocated.
Initiated The campus has an ad hoc or developing practice. Procedures, if in place, are generally ad hoc. Documentation is generally absent. Resources have been tentatively identified but not yet allocated.
Not Started No action has been taken yet. No documentation has yet been generated. No resources have yet been allocated.