THE OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Institutional Effectiveness at the UCC
Institutional effectiveness (IE) is the systematic and ongoing process of collecting, analyzing and acting on data and information relating to the goals and outcomes developed to support the University's mission and purpose. Institutional effectiveness is oriented towards measuring results and using those results to aid in decision-making and improvement.
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE) examines how the UCC’s policies, organizational, technology and scholarly infrastructure (POTS) support its strategic plan of continuous improvement in scholarship, student learning, student development, and efficiencies in administration. The success of IE is intrinsically linked to institutional transformation.
On a periodic basis, the IE Committee reviews the University's policies and procedures to determine what revisions, additions, and clarifications are needed. The implementation of IE at the UCC leads to improvement and accountability in business processes and organizational transformation.