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  1. Goal Definition: Asks: What are the measurable outcomes that reflect the work being done? And, What are we trying to accomplish?

  2. Initial Assessment: Taking a look at student development programs and services and identifying gaps based on the goals. Asks: How well are we meeting the goals?

  3. Pilot/Experimentation: Initiating new programs, services or interventions aimed at improving program quality and enhancing service delivery. 

  4. Re-Assessment: Comparing results from the pilot with the initial assessment. 

  5. Data Analysis: Evaluating results and making recommendations.

  6. Implementation: Making program changes based on goals and results. 
    *Note: The Title III Grant Implementation Phase (Operational Phase) begins in 2006 Year Six