The mission of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) is to ensure the college plans, develops, implements, assesses, and holds itself accountable for activities, policies, and practices that are evidence-based, effective, promote excellence, and enhance student success.
The work of the office can be classified into three main branches:
Information Resource: provides systematic internal and external reports to the college community on institutional key indicators in a timely and comprehensive manner. The OIE provides timely and accurate information to outside entities, including statutory and regulatory reports and surveys.
Process development and monitoring: provides leadership and support for the process of program review, institutional planning, and accreditation processes, student learning and service area outcomes development & assessment processes, as well as help to prepare and carry out institutional days of dialogue.
Research Resource: works with all instructional, administrative, and student services division requests for summative information and support their research needs ensuring that the requests receive appropriate and accurate information in a timely and efficient manner.