The Office of Institutional Research
Institutional Research is an integral part of successful planning and decision-making by the institution. Through collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and disseminating relevant and accurate information, Institutional Research seeks to promote institutional effectiveness.
The ongoing operations of Institutional Research support short-term and long-term planning and decision-making within the College, as well as satisfy external reporting needs. Institutional Research uses a variety of methods to collect reliable and useful data related to all activities and units of the College. This includes data pertaining to enrollment, retention, student outcomes, program efficiency, finances, facilities, and more. In addition to data collection and reporting, Institutional Research conducts research to inform discussions and decisions about specific issues facing the College.
Faculty and Staff may use the links below (while on campus or through a VPN connection) to access many of the resources offered by the Office of Institutional Research. If the resource has been identified as a strategic, operational or dashboard indicator, the type of indicator will be noted in the brackets to the right of each resource.
For the most up-to-date enrollment information, please access the Tableau Vizzies here. If you do not have Tableau access, please contact Dr. Kyle C. Kopko, Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Planning (firstname.lastname@example.org).