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Institutional Effectiveness

Institutional Effectiveness

Academic Assessment Committee (AAC)

The Academic Assessment Committee (AAC) will provide oversight, identify needs, develop recommendation and policies regarding institution-wide assessment of academic programs in order to strengthen the University and enhance its accountability.  It will also recommend changes in academic assessment processes; review the usefulness of academic assessment strategies, reporting strategies and feedback processes; and ensure that assessment data are used to inform decision-making at all levels.  The committee will maintain close communication with the President’s Office, Provost’s Office, University Administrative areas, and other appropriate committees.  Committee members will serve in three year, staggered terms.  The Provost appoints the Committee Chair based on recommendation(s) from the Department Head of the Office of Institutional Planning, Assessment, Research, and Effectiveness. [CLICK HERE] to view committee webpage.

Co-Curricular and Support Unit Assessment Committee (CCSU)

The Co-Curricular & Support Unit Assessment Committee (CCSU) will provide oversight, identify needs, develop recommendation and policies regarding institution-wide assessment of co-curricular and support units in order to strengthen the University and enhance its accountability.  It will also recommend changes in co-curricular and support unit assessment processes; review the usefulness of co-curricular and support unit’s assessment strategies, reporting strategies and feedback processes; and ensure that assessment data are used to inform decision-making at all levels.  The committee will maintain close communication with the President’s Office, Provost’s Office, University Administrative areas, and other appropriate committees.  Committee members will serve in three year, staggered terms.  The Provost appoints the Committee Chair based on recommendation(s) from the Department Head of the Office of Institutional Planning, Assessment, Research, and Effectiveness. [CLICK HERE] to view committee webpage.