This paper is mainly a summarized and re-analyzed report of the studies of meta-evaluation of university program evaluation conducted in 3 years -- Between 2007 and 2009. This meta-evaluation study used self-designed questionnaires for the president, chair persons, and teachers in universities. All the presidents and chair-persons of the departments being evaluated in these three years were surveyed, and one teacher was selected as the sample from each department being evaluated. The number of total samples was 2,010. For the purpose of analysis, samples in different years were giving corresponding weights, and the findings were analyzed from the quantitative and qualitative aspects, respectively. It is found that university faculties held positive and supportive attitude toward the implementation of university program evaluation in general, but their attitudes towards the policies of the government while using the evaluation results to control the number of intakes of each university and to allocate grants to the universities were not so supportive. Based on the findings, suggestions related to the future improvement of university program evaluation were proposed in the final section.