Committee Role

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee is a university-wide committee charged with providing leadership for the overall direction and support of academic program and service unit effectiveness, assessment and improvement. The committee will oversee assessment and evaluation across campus to ensure integrated, meaningful, and sustained improvement. 

Responsibilities

The responsibilites of the Institutional Effectiveness Committee consist of the following:

  • Develop IE process and timeline that is aligned with the university mission and strategic plan
  • Review IE plans and assessments, disseminate feedback
  • Oversee assessment and evaluation across campus to ensure integrated, meaningful and sustained improvement
  • Provide recommendations for budgeting and strategic planning based on results of IE process
  • Communicate the results of institutional effectiveness efforts to appropriate campus and external stakeholders to promote accountability and transparency
  • Serve as a resource for institutional effectiveness efforts on campus

Membership

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee membership is comprised of Administration (4), Assistant/Associate Deans (5), Faculty (4), Staff (4)

Reports

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee reports to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.