Office of Institutional Research

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Dr. Charles Williams
Associate V.P. for Institutional Research

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Office of Institutional Research
Rust College
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662-252-8000 x4009
Fax: 662-252-7901 (temporary)
Key Function Areas
IPEDS Data Report
>Supports External Campus Assessment Activities
> Coordinates Five-Year Strategic Plan
> Collects and Interprets statistical data
> Maintains Databases for report prep
> Guides the College - wide assessment as it relates to institutional effectiveness and reaffirmation and accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Colleges
Ms. Francine Green Administrative Assistant
 The Office of Institutional Assessment & Accreditation serves to provide the President with appropriate analysis of data related specifically to the College's Strategic Plan and Quality Enhancement Plan.

This may involve review of area planning, curriculum development, student enrollment, retention, and program review for the purpose of support, improvement, and continued viability of the College. The office also serves as the liaison for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Institutional Research is responsible for all external surveys the College is required or requested to submit. Key among those is the annual IPEDS report to the Department of Education. Reports on all planning, management, and evaluation activities that support the Strategic Plan are housed in this office.
      Fact Book 2014-2015
    Forms / Templates
      Assessment of the 2009-2014 Strategic Plan (2015-2020) document
      IE Model 2014-2015 document
    Institutional Effectiveness
      IE Model 2014-2015 document
      Institutional Effectiveness and Strategic Planning Powerpoint
       Goals and Objectives Powerpoint

      Assessment Powerpoint
      Outcomes Powerpoint
      Outcomes II Powerpoint
      Results and use of Results Powerpoint
      Assessment of the 2009-2014 Strategic Plan (2015-2020) document
      2013 SWOT Analysis Survey

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