Defining Board/Management Relations (DOC)
The Ramapo College Fact Book maintains institutional data on enrollment, learning outcomes, facilities, personnel, and financials.
The George T. Potter Library maintains expansive collections, institutional archives, research databases, and peer-reviewed journals. These informative resources as well as inter-library loan services are available to Trustees.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education’s Evaluation Team Final Report and the Institutional Response to the report are integral to the College’s accreditation. An Evaluation Team representing the Middle States Commission on Higher Education prepared an after study of Ramapo’s Self-Study Report and conducted a visit to the campus. The Middle States Commission is a voluntary, non-governmental, membership association that defines, maintains, and promotes educational excellence across institutions with diverse missions, student populations, and resources. It examines each institution as a whole, rather than specific programs within institutions.
The Ramapo College Budget Book provides a brief overview of the College’s operating plans and projected sources and uses of funds for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30.
The Ramapo College Capital Projects Report is routinely updated to reflect progress on both major and minor capital projects across campus.
The Ramapo College Organizational Chart is routinely updated by the Department of Human Resources and in most cases presents three tiers of management. In-depth multi-tiered organizational charts of individual units are available upon request.
The Ramapo College Strategic Plan is a five year plan designed to help the College focus its energy, to ensure that all College stakeholders are working toward the same goals, and to assess and adjust the College’s direction in response to a changing environment.