Definition Institutional Effectiveness is an ongoing, comprehensive, and institutionally integrated system, composed of several levels of complementary processes of planning, assessment, and evaluation designed to enhance and improve the institution, as well as demonstrate to what degree the institution has been effective in fulfilling or achieving its stated mission or purpose.
Organization of Institutional Intentions Mission Institutional Goals Academic Unit Outcomes Administrative & Support Unit Outcomes
Mission (Unapproved Working Draft) Tyler Junior College is a comprehensive community college that provides a premier collegiate experience resulting in enhanced business, leadership, life and workforce skills.
Institutional Goals (Unapproved Working Draft) Learning –Centered Instruction Student Success External Community Expanded Resources
Curriculum & Instruction Academic Standards Assessment Committee Program Review Committee General Education Committee Committees
Strategic Planning Budget Apache Tribe Reports Unit and Program Reviews
Reaccreditation (SACS) Compliance Certification Quality Enhancement Plan
CCSSE Community College Survey of Student Engagement
2008 CCSSE Cohort Participating Texas College – Large Colleges Blinn CollegeBrenham Brookhaven CollegeFarmers Branch CyFair CollegeCypress Eastfield CollegeMesquite Montgomery CollegeConroe North Harris CollegeHouston North Lake CollegeIrving Northwest Vista CollegeSan Antonio Richland CollegeDallas San Jacinto College – Central CampusPasadena San Jacinto College – South CampusPasadena St. Philip’s CollegeSan Antonio
Benchmark Scores Tyler Junior CollegeLarge Colleges2008 CCSSE Cohort All Students 48.149.350.0 Description - Students learn more when they are actively involved in their education and have opportunities to think about and apply what they are learning in different settings. Through collaborating with others to solve problems or master challenging content, students develop valuable skills that prepare them to deal with the kinds of situations and problems they will encounter in the workplace, the community, and their personal lives. Active and Collaborative Learning Bar Charts and Benchmark Item Composition – All Students 48.149.350.0
Benchmark Scores Tyler Junior CollegeLarge Colleges2008 CCSSE Cohort All Students 47.949.450.0 Student Effort Bar Charts and Benchmark Item Composition – All Students description Description - Students' own behaviors contribute significantly to their learning and the likelihood that they will successfully attain their educational goals. 47.949.450.0
Benchmark Scores Tyler Junior CollegeLarge Colleges2008 CCSSE Cohort All Students 47.949.750.0 Academic Challenge Bar Charts and Benchmark Item Composition – All Students Description - Challenging intellectual and creative work is central to student learning and collegiate quality. Ten survey items address the nature and amount of assigned academic work, the complexity of cognitive tasks presented to students, and the standards faculty members use to evaluate student performance. 47.949.750.0
Benchmark Scores Tyler Junior CollegeLarge Colleges2008 CCSSE Cohort All Students 50.549.250.0 Student – Faculty Interaction Bar Charts and Benchmark Composition – All Students 50.549.250.0 Description - In general, the more contact students have with their teachers, the more likely they are to learn effectively and persist toward achievement of their educational goals. Through such interactions, faculty members become role models, mentors, and guides for continuous, lifelong learning.
Description - Students perform better and are more satisfied at colleges that are committed to their success and cultivate positive working and social relationships among different groups on campus. Benchmark Scores Tyler Junior CollegeLarge Colleges2008 CCSSE Cohort All Students 56.049.350.0 Support for Student Learners Bar Chart and Benchmark Composition – All Students 56.049.350.0