About This Committee The Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC) at Utica University fosters a culture of continuous improvement by documenting the extent to which the institution fulfills its educational mission ad strategic goals. The IEC is responsible for
- Integrating the University's planning processes in support of the institution's mission, vision, and strategic priorities;
- Demonstrating the alignment between strategic planning priorities and resource allocations;
- Steering the University's Middle States accreditation, to include monitoring compliance with the MSCHE Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation;
- Reviewing administrative departments' assessment processes with respect to how well results are used for continuous improvement;
- Promoting the University's ability to tell its story to diverse stakeholders, both internal and external.
Institutional Effectiveness Town Hall Presentation, December 2018
Fall 2018 IEC Report to the College President
Spring 2019 IEC Report to the College President
Fall 2019 IEC Report to the College President
Spring 2020 IEC Report to the College President
Fall 2020 IEC Report to the College President
Spring 2021 IEC Report to the College President
Fall 2021 IEC Report to the College President
Spring 2022 Report to the University President
Fall 2022 Report to the University President
Standing members on the IEC include the Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness (Chair) and the Assistant Vice President for Financial Planning & Analysis. The remaining members represent various units at the University. Since "institutional effectiveness" refers to how well the institution is achieving its educational mission, at last 50% of the members must represent the faculty.
Members serve by invitation of the committee after consultation with the President and appropriate vice presidents/department heads. Members serve for 3-year terms with a 2-term limit.
2022 - 2023 IEC MembersAndrew Carr
Ann Damiano, Chair