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Washington and Jefferson College Decision Matrix

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Washington and Jefferson College Decision Matrix

December 30, 1899

The Washington and Jefferson College Decision Matrix lists the levels of responsibility of the president, board, faculty, and other stakeholders for decisions in areas such as budgeting, making personnel decisions, and strategic planning.

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