What is Institutional Effectiveness?
Institutional Effectiveness is an integrated, systematic, ongoing process of planning, assessment, program review, resource allocation, and accreditation to enable the college to pursue its mission, achieve its vision and goals, and continuously improve. Assessment at the institution builds its capacity to inform and evaluate change through data-driven decision making.
The process of Institutional Effectiveness at Central Lakes College is evidence of the institution’s commitment to continuous improvement guided by a vision for the future.
Institutional Effectiveness helps to:
- Live up to our mission, vision, and values
- Achieve our goals and objectives
- Advance student success
- Improve curriculum and pedagogy
- Fulfill accreditation and regulatory requirements
Institutional Effectiveness at Central Lakes College is the foundation on which CLC transforms its students’ lives and advances the community’s well-being.