Proposal and changes process
Arizona State University centers and institutes are established by units. To establish a center or institute, a unit may develop a full proposal under the direction of their dean. The proposal should include a complete description of the purpose, justification, resource streams and expenditures for the proposed center or institute. The centers and institutes are expected to be self-sustaining in a very short period of time. The completed proposal form and signature page are to be emailed to email@example.com. Then, the proposal will undergo internal review, including the final review and approval by the university provost.
To assess the viability of the center or institute's activities and resources, the centers and institutes review officer will conduct a review every seven years.
If it is necessary to make an administrative change to an existing center or institute, the process may be accomplished by documenting the proposed change and securing the required approvals. Please complete the application to make changes to an existing center or institute and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allowable administrative changes under this procedure are:
Centers and institutes is part of the University Program Review and Accreditation Office.