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The mission of the Administrative Assessment Committee (AAC) is to support the Institutional Effectiveness agenda for various non-academic units at the College. The AAC will support the “Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC)” by providing them with appropriately designed plans and outcomes that are assessed according to the standards of the Middle States Commission of Higher Education standards.
Working with “Division Effectiveness Committees (DEC),” the AAC will review, analyze and assess the plans and outcomes, as well as, close the loop on the assessment cycle for the participating units on the campus.
The AAC will also help the Strategic Resources Allocation Board (SRAB) by ensuring that they review the completed plan with the budgetary request for SPIF and Capital fund request.
To improve – The assessment process should provide feedback to determine how the administrative unit can be improved.
To inform – The assessment process should inform department heads and other decision-makers of the contributions and impact of the administrative unit to the development and growth of students.
To prove – The assessment process should encapsulate and demonstrate what the administrative unit is accomplishing to students, faculty, staff and outsiders.
To support – The assessment process should provide support for campus decision-making activities such as unit review and strategic planning, as well as external accountability activities such as accreditation.