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Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment

Institutional Effectiveness refers to the process of articulating, aligning and assessing outcomes at the academic, student support and administrative levels in support of our College’s mission and over-arching institutional goals. Information gleaned from assessments drive improvement plans and decision making. Assessment is the vehicle used to measure how well we are meeting our goals and outcomes.

Institutional Effectiveness is a shared practice throughout the College where several offices play integral roles. Concordia's Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research (OIER) is involved in building and sustaining institutional effectiveness through a systematized planning and assessment process for both academic and administrative units of the College. The OIER works closely with the Registrar’s Office, Admissions, Human Resources and Student Life. These offices, along with others, provide important information used to help sustain institutional effectiveness initiatives.