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Institutional Effectiveness

Institutional Effectiveness symbols of measuring and a graduate image​​

Institutional
Research
  Accreditation
AQIP
  Strategic
Plan
  Outcomes
Assessment
  Grant
Services

Institutional effectiveness is the systematic and continuous process of measuring how well a college achieves its mission. KCC measures institutional effectiveness in three areas: Accreditation, Institutional Research, and Strategic Planning. KCC follows a strategic plan to achieve its mission, and uses continuous quality improvement processes to improve teaching and learning, and institutional operations.

In addition, Grant Services are provided by the Institutional Research leadership, and Outcomes Assessment is led by the Academic Division. 

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Contacts

Strategic planning

Michael Boyd, Ph.D.
Vice president, instructional & student success
815-802-8360
mboyd@kcc.edu 
 

Institutional research, 

accreditation liaison officer, and

grants development

Purva DeVol, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Institutional Research
815-802-8258
pdevol@kcc.edu

Outcomes assessment

Denise Caparula
Manager I, Curriculum and Assessment
815-802-8370
dcaparula@kcc.edu