Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (IRE) serves as the foremost and official source of institutional information. Its mission is to support the University's commitment to academic and operational excellence by providing accurate and meaningful information and analysis to University decision makers, community members and external stakeholders.
OIRE’s mission is supported through a comprehensive, data-driven system of academic and administrative assessment that involves the collection and analysis of data, and dissemination of information to support strategic goals and initiatives at the program, school, and university level.
Our goal is to cultivate an environment that stimulates and nurtures institutional research and assessment environment.
IRE falls under Provost Office in Academic Affairs. IRE reporting structure is as follows:
Assistant Provost, Institutional Research and Effectiveness
Reporting to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Associate Director, Institutional Research and Effectiveness
Reporting to the Assistant Provost, Institutional Research and Effectiveness
IRE is committed to conducting research and assessment in an objective manner utilizing the highest standards for accuracy in methodology, data quality, and the presentation of findings with professionally responsible interpretation. We maintain strict confidence and security of all confidential information in our possession.
Certain restricted-access resources—including Middle States accreditation, Fact Book, institutional assessment data, and strategic planning—are available on the Institutional Research Secure Site with a login and password.
Census date: February 24,2021 (three weeks from Drop/Add date)