Mission Statement/Role

The main role of the Office of Institutional Research is to collect, analyze and interpret data, as well as to report information on all aspects of the college (e.g. students, faculty, academic departments, admissions, alumni, space utilization, etc). In this respect, the office serves as a central locale for statistical data regarding every facet of the college. The data and information are available for use by the college's senior management for institutional decision-making and for strategic planning. Furthermore, the office coordinates and/or responds to requests for institutional data and information from internal and external sources. In the college organizational structure, the office reports to the Vice President of Academic Affairs.

Institutional Research Projects

Institutional Research activities and reporting functions may include, but are not limited to the following projects:

  • Freshman Profile
  • Faculty Survey
  • Student Enrollment Reports
  • Retention Report
  • Annual Academic Program Costs
  • Freshman Experience Survey
  • Senior Survey
  • Common Data Set
  • National Center for Educational Statistics - IPEDs reports and surveys
  • NCAA Division III Reports and Surveys