This Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) provides support to all programs
and the institution in the areas of assessment design, planning, monitoring, and implementation.
The Assistant Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness identifies and accomplishes
a research agenda for the institution to improve academic assessment, institutional
planning and decision making in all areas related to the academic and student experience
in support of the University’s strategic initiatives. This office works with the Registrar’s
Office, the Information Technology Resources/ Computer Center, and the University
Planning and Budget Committee to provide data analysis to support planning and decision
making for both on campus and external reporting and the publication of the University
In response to an institutional plan and in cooperation with the University’s administrative offices and academic programs, this office:
To minimize person-to-person contact in light of COVID-19, testing will be conducted online via your Moodle account.
After applying for graduation, you will be automatically enrolled in the course: “Graduating Seniors Core Competency Assessments - FALL 2021" and it will be listed in your left navigation pane once you login. It is recommended that each test be taken in different sittings to avoid test fatigue. If you are not able to login to Moodle, please contact Moodle Help at: (671)735-2620/1 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions regarding this administrative requirement, please E-Mail email@example.com
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The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) is a system of survey components that collects data from about 7,000 institutions that provide postsecondary education across the United States. IPEDS collects institution-level data on student enrollment, graduation rates, student charges, program completions, faculty, staff, and finances.
Each year the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) asks students at hundreds of colleges and universities to reflect on the time they devote to various learning activities. The topics explored are linked to previous research on student success in college.