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Richland Community College’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Planning coordinates the functions of accreditation, assessment, grant initiatives, institutional research, and planning. Utilizing a data-informed decision-making process, institutional effectiveness at Richland is based on the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) Continuous Improvement Model. Reaccreditation, continuous improvement of programs and services, and progress in meeting the College’s mission and vision are results of the work of this office.
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Planning has responsibilities for:
ACCREDITATION – Accreditation material, including information about The Higher Learning Commission/North Central Association, Systems Portfolio, and Continuous Improvement Process teams, are located here.
ASSESSMENT – This centralized repository includes information regarding student learning outcomes, assessment plans, activities and resources, and use of student learning evidence.
GRANT INITIATIVES – Materials regarding grant writing and other grant initiatives around the College are featured here.
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH – College-wide survey results, IR data request form, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Form and other information related to institutional research are located here.
STRATEGIC PLANNING - Richland Community College’s Strategic Plan (past and current), including yearly priorities, are provided.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – A list of questions regarding Institutional Effectiveness are answered.
Data compilation and publication of various documents and reports including:
Director of Institutional Effectiveness & Planning
217.875.7211, Ext. 258 or email@example.com
Coordinator of Curriculum & Grants
217.875.7211, Ext. 364 or firstname.lastname@example.org