UT Dallas - Quality Enhancement Plan Development 2015-2019

New Transfer Student Success

UT Dallas' Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)

In 2018, The University of Texas at Dallas submitted its newest Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)—titled New Transfer Student Success—to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), our regional accreditor, as part of the reaffirmation of accreditation process.

Our QEP is an ambitious, multi-year project aimed at enhancing transfer support services across campus and ensuring that all new transfer students are engaged and feel a sense of belonging at UT Dallas. It is the culmination of a years-long effort to gather institutional data, analyze student outcomes, improve support programs and services, and equip our students to succeed both in and out of classrooms.

UT Dallas’ overarching mission, as stated in our Strategic Plan, is to graduate well-rounded citizens whose education has prepared them for rewarding lives and productive careers in a constantly changing world. New Transfer Student Success is one of the many ways that we’re working to make that vision a reality.

  • What is a Quality Enhancement Plan?
  • New Transfer Student Success: Vision & Goals
  • QEP History & Timeline
  • Reports & Resources
  • Prior Quality Enhancement Plan

Do you want to learn more about our ongoing efforts to make UT Dallas a more transfer-friendly university? If so, please contact:

J. D. Thomas

QEP & Orbit Director
Assistant Dean
Office of Undergraduate Education

Sarah Maxwell

Assistant Provost, Office of Community College Relations
Office of the Provost