The Institutional Effectiveness Committee has responsibility for institutional assessment, evaluation, and coordination of activities leading to improvement of institutional effectiveness.About the Committee
The Institutional Effectiveness Committee is a governance committee comprised of representatives of the various campus constituent groups responsible for institutional assessment, evaluation, and coordination of activities leading to improvement of institutional effectiveness.
The Committee meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 1:30-3pm during the Spring and Fall semesters.
- Purpose and Function
Institutional Effectiveness Committee
Purpose & Function
Governance Committee - Reports to President's Advisory Council
The Institutional Effectiveness Committee is responsible for recommending processes related to institutional planning and assessment, evaluation, and coordinating activities leading to improvement of institutional effectiveness.
The Committee is also responsible for monitoring institution-wide compliance with Accreditation Standards related to its purpose and function.
- Support ongoing connections between unit planning activities and institutional planning
- Encourage the use and analysis of standard data reports needed to support effective planning and evaluation activities at the academic department level and provide guidance to non-academic departments.
- Evaluate the Institution's progress toward meeting its goals and mission to recommend systematic mechanisms for effectiveness.
- Conduct annual reviews of Planning for Institutional Effectiveness, the College Strategic Plan, and other institutional plans.
- Inform the campus community about institutional effectiveness efforts including progress regarding institution set standards and stretch goals.
- Plan annually for systematic documentation of institutional planning
- Committee Goals and Progress Report
2022-23 Goals and Progress Report
2021-22 Goals and Progress Report
- Mt. SAC Strategic Plan
- Integrated Planning for Institutional Effectiveness (PIE)
Integrated Planning for Institutional Effectiveness (PIE)
Institutional effectiveness and achievement of the College's strategic priorities is conducted through an annual program review process known as Planning for Institutional Effectiveness (PIE). Through PIE each unit of the College plans, evaluates, and documents accomplishments and challenges.
- Meeting Minutes
- March 9
- March 23
- April 13
- April 27
- May 11
- May 25
- June 8
- September 14
- September 28
- October 12
- October 26
- November 9
- November 23
- March 10
- March 24
- April 14 (Expanded PAC)(no meeting)
- April 28
- May 12
- May 26
- June 9 (No meeting)
- September 8
- September 22
- October 13
- October 27
- November 10
- November 24 (No Meeting)
- December 8
- March (Meeting canceled due to COVID-19 & campus closure)
- April 22
- May 27
- June (no meeting)
- September 16
- September 23
- October 28
- November 25 (rescheduled for December 1)
- Purpose and Function