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    • Surveys

  • 2019 Graduating Senior Survey
  • Noel Levitz Report
  • 2017 Beginning College Survey Of Student Engagement
  • Fall 2018 Freshmen Survey
  • Alumni 2019 Report
  • 2016-17 HERI Faculty Survey
  • 2017 Your First College Year Survey
  • Spring 2018 Faculty Survey of Student Engagement
  • Spring 2018 National Survey of Student Engagement
  • Gallup Survey – Spring 2017
  • Overview

    The office of Institutional Research (IR) serves all segments of the College community (including faculty, staff, students, administration, and trustees), the wider higher education community, and the general public. IR serves the College community by collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information required for planning and evaluation. The latter two populations are served by IR through its external reporting functions.

    The mission of the office of Institutional Research (IR) is to conduct a program of institutional research designed to both inform campus planning and evaluation activities and to satisfy public demands for accountability. The unit’s objectives are to prepare both routine and special reports containing information useful to campus and external audiences. In carrying out these responsibilities, IR:

        • creates and maintains longitudinal databases related to students, alumni, academic programs, and personnel;
        • conducts periodic environmental scans;
        • gathers information on involvement, satisfaction, and institutional outcomes from current students, alumni, and staff using both survey and focus group methodology;
        • assesses the academic preparedness of entering freshmen and transfer students.

    Office Hours

    Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    Gurvinder Khaneja
    Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia University
    Director of Institutional Research
    Room: E-205 Phone: (201) 684-7766

    Deyu Xu
    M.S. Ohio University
    Database Programmer / Analyst
    Room: E-202
    Phone: (201) 684-7650

    Christine Flon
    M.A. University of Hawai’i at Manoa
    Research Analyst
    Room: E-204
    Phone: (201) 684-7247

    Laura Plessner
    B.B.A. The College of Insurance (St.John’s University)
    Administrative Assistant
    Room E-206 Phone (201) 684-7035