Institutional Effectiveness Planning Committee

Institutional Effectiveness Planning Committee


  • Update the Institutional Effectiveness Master Plan to identify items that have been completed, that are on-going, and that have not yet been addressed and add new goals and strategies annually to meet emerging needs in the areas of organizational structure, accreditation, governance, program review, planning, research, student learning and administrative unit outcome assessment, fiscal planning.
  • Analyze data provided by the institutional effectiveness office concerning trends in any of the areas listed above.
  • Review and incorporate recommendations from instructional and non-instructional program reviews into planning for an effectiveness institution.
  • Integrate effectiveness planning with academic, student services and budget planning to ensure successful implementation of the goals and strategies
  • Assists faculty and staff in coordinating the development, assessment and analysis of results of program and course student learning outcomes and administrative unit outcomes
  • Drive institutional change through recommendations and strategies related to accreditation, program review, outcomes assessment and planning.
  • Commitment to data informed decisions to ensure inclusiveness and equity.

Committee Structure:

  • 1 Academic Senate President (faculty)
  • 1 Accreditation Chair (faculty)
  • 1 Accreditation Liaison Officer
  • 1 Faculty appointed by the Academic Senate
  • 1 Director of Fiscal (management)
  • 1 Consultation Council Chair(s)
  • 1 Director of Institutional Effectiveness (administration)
  • 1 Office of Academic Services representative involved in SLO/AUO assessment
  • 1 Student representative. ASB will have the first opportunity to select a representative, but if not available, faculty or staff may recommend a student representative to the chair(s) for approval

As of December 2018 Institutional Effectiveness Planning Committee minutes are available through BoardDocs.

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