Midland College Institutional Effectiveness & Planning
• Institutional effectiveness is a process used by organizations to measure goals accomplished against goals intended.
• A triangulation methodology is used for monitoring the college's activities.
• Gathering and coordinating information related to strategic planning, institutional research and assessment provides a spectrum of information for faculty and staff, and builds transparency into the College's activities and achievements.
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning strives to facilitate this integration of planning, assessment and institutional research to encourage continuous assessment and improvement of the College's missions and goals.
Resources to assist employees in understanding and working with College’s assessment process.
Planning, surveys and various reports relating to the various activities of the college.
Alphabetical listing of words and terms that are related to the field of institutional effectiveness.
Dr. Thomas Corll, Director
Rose M. Flores, Data Specialist