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Institutional Research

 

 At a glance...

 

 Recent Dashboards
Dashboard 2013-2014
Dashboard 2012-2013
Freshmen and Transfer Cohort Performance Model (Seven Cohorts)
Dashboard 2010-2011
Dashboard 5-year trends

 Recent Factbooks
Queens College Fact Book 2012-2013
Queens College Fact Book 2011-2012
Queens College Fact Book 2010-2011
Queens College Fact Book 2009-2010

 Recent IPEDS
IPEDS Data Feedback Report 2013
IPEDS Data Feedback Report 2012
IPEDS Data Feedback Report 2011

 Recent Statistical trends
Grade Distribution for Fall 2013, Undergraduate Classes
Five-Year Trends in Total Fall and Spring Enrollment
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Queens College motto
 

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Mission Statement for Institutional Research Office
 
To provide data and analysis that can be used by the Queens College faculty, administration and students for decision-making, planning, and assessment on the campus. 
 
The office designs, develops, and implements research projects aimed at improving institutional effectiveness and supporting student learning at Queens College. The mission of the Office of Institutional Research is to provide timely, reliable information in support of long-term institutional planning, academic and administrative policy formation, and evaluation of progress towards meeting strategic planning goals.
 
Areas of Responsibility in Institutional Research at Queens College
 
The Institutional Research Office compiles an annual Queens College Fact Book with statistical information for the college community. The National Survey data posted on our website includes the National Survey of Student Engagement results for Queens College, the COACHE Survey of Untenured Faculty, Noel Levitz, and the IPEDS peer reports.  
 
Institutional Research provides data to external survey companies such as College Board, U.S. News, Princeton Review, Peterson's Guide, and Wintergreen/Orchard House for various publications. In addition, the Institutional Research Office provides data for Middle States Annual Profiles and the Self-Study and Periodic Review Reports. The director is a member of the Middle States Steering Committee and the Foundations of Excellence Steering Committee, the CUNY Institutional Research Council, and the CUNY Assessment Council. We have participated in the strategic planning process on campus.
 
This year, a goal of this office will be to strengthen its role in coordinating its efforts with others who are creating reports based on transactional data, and working on enrollment management.
 
Organizational Structure
 
The Office of Institutional Research is part of the organizational structure of the president’s office and reports to Interim President Evangelos Gizis. Meg McAuliffe is director of Institutional Research.
 
     
     



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