Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE).

    The OIE supports and assists with creating a culture of evidence driven decision making at the college by:
  • Developing, organizing and directing the institutional strategic planning and monitoring process,
  • Coordinating development of annual performance based budget and institutional priorities (reassigned for FY 17) with emphasis on coordinating linkage of planning, evaluation and resource allocation for the college,
  • Overseeing annual assessment of the strategic plan and IEMP,
  • Providing data, information and analysis to internal and external agencies,
  • Providing support to the Accreditation Liaison Officer including the collection and reporting of institutional set standards, improvement targets, and data trends,
  • Creating reports that support the college's mission and goals including IPEDS, quarterly reports, annual reports, etc.
  • Working with the VPIEQA and other personnel to review achievement and discuss required changes in goals and objectives,
  • Support the grant process and procedures, technical assistance of grant development and submission of new grants to,
  • Organizing the research capacity of the college,
  • Assisting as a resource, technical assistance and training agency to departments and divisions for research and planning activities, and
  • Modeling values of the college by being student and learning centered in office decisions and operations; exhibiting professional behavior; being innovative, honest, and ethical; being committed and hardworking; exhibiting teamwork; being accountable for the work as individuals and as an office; and working for continuous improvement of OIE's services.

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