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Institutional Effectiveness

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness serves Regent University's administration, faculty, staff and students to increase student learning. As a part of its function, the office assists in systematically planning the University's future, managing its resources, and assessing its performance. The office coordinates the reporting of enrollment, student characteristics, and other data to state, federal, and private agencies. Analytical guidance is also provided to the President and Vice Presidents, deans and other University officials to support program planning.

The office has been instrumental in the quality improvement of department and unit assessments, particularly over the last several years. IE provides ongoing professional development opportunities so teams are equipped to write meaningful goals and measurements that align with university initiatives.

The Director of Institutional Effectiveness is Ryan Murnane. The Office of Institutional Effectiveness is under redesign and should be completed by October of 2013.