The Office of Institutional Research (OIR) collects and analyzes data to provide information for institutional planning, assessment, policy formation, and decision-making. Among OIR's primary responsibilities is ensuring the integrity of the data it provides to UTTC decision-makers, governmental agencies, and other internal and external constituencies.
Due to the high volume of ongoing reporting and projects OIR handles, ad hoc data requests are responded to on a case-by-case basis according to timing and workload. All requests must adhere to guidelines set forth by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
The Academic Program Review Cycle provides each academic department with the opportunity to participate in a continuous and thorough analysis of a program’s strengths, weaknesses, and plans for improvement. The process is reflective, in that each department will examine prior review information, and determine if the recommended changes resulted in measurable improvements. At the same time, the review process is proactive, as current data will identify areas for change and emerging trends which may require curriculum changes. Finally, the process is cyclical, with regular comprehensive reviews becoming a critical function within the department.
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