4.2.c CEO EVALUATION/SELECTION
The governing board selects and regularly evaluates the institution’s chief executive officer
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The University of North Carolina System Policy Manual, Section 200.8—Policy on Chancellor Searches and Elections, provides a formal outline of the process for identification of “exceptionally qualified” individuals for chancellorship that includes the search committee’s recommendation of unranked candidates to the Board of Trustees, and subsequent submission by the Board of Trustees of a set of unranked candidates to the UNC System President for recommendation to the Board of Governors. N.C. A&T has followed the UNC System outline for chancellor searches, including our current CEO, who was hired in 2009.
The Board of Trustees is also responsible for the periodic evaluation of the Chancellor and does so every two years, using an instrument provided by the UNC System. The evaluation instrument—Chancellor Evaluation Survey-Board of Trustees and Senior
Leadership—provided by the UNC system, focuses on seven key areas, (a. Administration, Management and Planning; b. Budgetary and Fiscal Management; c. Problem Solving and Decision Making; d. Communication; e. Academic Leadership and Student Success; f. University Relations; and g. Personal Attributes). The evaluation is intended to provide the Chancellor with candid feedback and an opportunity for professional reflection and development. Evaluations are provided for spring 2019 and 2017.
The evaluation of the Chancellor is not a public process.
1. University of North Carolina System Policy Manual, Section 200.8—Policy on Chancellor Searches and Elections
2. Chancellor’s Evaluations, with name redacted.