About


The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment* (IRA) serves as the university's primary coordinator and monitor of data and information collection for the university. IRA collects data and information from both internal and external sources, and employs qualitative as well as quantitative analysis techniques for reporting to internal and external clients. The office compiles, analyzes and disseminates information to university administrators, faculty, and staff, and assists the university and individual units in developing and employing assessment tools and processes in efforts to enhance overall institutional effectiveness. IRA serves as the primary source for comprehensive, authoritative, and reliable information about the institution.

Retention & Graduation of First-time Entering Freshmen
IHL System Course and Credit Hour Cost 
Credit Hour Production for academic years 2006-2007, 2007-2008, and 2008-2009
Ten year enrollment and degrees awarded data
Academic Program Review - Part1
Academic Program Review - Part2
Fall 2008 Enrollment Summary
Fact Book 07-08
IHL FY2008 Research Catalog
IHL System Profile 2008
IHL degrees Awarded by Race & Gender
IHL degrees Awarded by Level
IHL 2008 Degree Book
IHL Faculty  Diversity
IHL Employee Diversity
IHL Average Faculty Salary
2008-2009 Title III forms
Title III Quarterly Progress Report Form
Fall 2007 Enrollment Summary
Retention & Graduation of First-time Entering Freshmen
Fact Book 06-07
Title III Policy Manual
IHL 2007 Research Catalog
IHL 2007 Degree Book
IHL FY 2008 Data Reporting Calendar
IHL System Profile 2007
IHL Fall 2006 Enrollment Fact Book
FY2006 Research Catalog
IHL 2006 Degree Book
IHL Fast Facts 2006-2007

Institutional Effectiveness Plan and Report Form

Faculty Hand Book

Staff Handbook

Institutional Review Board Application Form

Travel Justification Form

Travel Report Form

External Consultant/Contractor Contract Form

 

* Partially funded by Title III