Higher education is not and should not be stagnant. Not only do the needs of our students, and their future employers, change over time, but not making any changes makes a dangerous assumption that what we are already doing is perfect. We have to be constantly assessing and analyzing ourselves, adapting goals based on data, making changes to meet those goals, and then cycling back to assess and analyze the new data produced. The Academic Program Review (APR) is a process to help programs improve and maintain high quality and market relevance. As part of the review process, programs will update and adapt existing program goals and submit them as part of their Continuous Development Report. The APR committee will review goals and provide feedback, with potential follow-up.