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.

 

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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.

 

• IE Assessment Page

   Resources to assist employees in understanding and working with College’s assessment process.

• IE Data Index Page

   Planning, surveys and various reports relating to the various activities of the college.

• IE Data Dictionary Page

   Alphabetical listing of words and terms that are related to the field of institutional effectiveness.

• Midland College Manual of Policies

 


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Contact Information

Dr. Thomas Corll, Director
Fasken LRC, Room 234
Midland, TX 79705
(432) 685-5540
tcorll@midland.edu

Rose M. Flores, Data Specialist
Fasken LRC, Room 238
Midland, TX 79705
(432) 685-5592
FAX (432) 685-4516
rflores@midland.edu