Institutional Effectiveness (IE) directs and coordinates activities related to institutional planning, research, evaluation, and knowledge systems that support the mission and purposes of Central Arizona College District. The Institutional Effectiveness Office also conducts other data gathering and analysis activities related to the development and implementation of institutional effectiveness measures, assessment of institutional position within the community, and data collection related to state, federal, and accrediting reporting requirements.
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness Staff conduct business in an ethical and confidential matter, in doing so, adhere to the Code of Ethics established by the Association for Institutional Effectiveness.
To contact the IE office, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dustin Maroney, Executive Director of Institutional Effectiveness
Di Han, Research Specialist
Facts at a Glance
Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System.
These data and those of other higher education institutions in the US are publicly available on their Web site in a series of formats for researchers, educators, parents, and students. For example, the College Navigator may be used by families for college or university selection while the Peer Analysis System allows researchers to compare an institution to a group of peer institutions.
IPEDS provides a Data Feedback Report each year to member institutions based on data that we submit in comparison to a group of peer colleges.
Reports listed below:
IPEDS Data Feedback Report Available Years:
Annual Report to the Governor
An overview with accomplishments, upcoming issues, and Facts-at-a-Glance.
CAC Student Progress and Outcomes Report (AZ 2020)
This plan outlined a clear vision for Arizona’s ten community college districts and identified 30 key indicators of progress toward 3 major goal areas: access, retention, and completion.