Institutional Research & AssessmentPROVIDING INFORMATION & RESEARCH TO THE CAMPUS & COMMUNITY On this website you will find university information and research we provide to members of the campus and community about enrollment, student characteristics, degrees, faculty and staff, campus survey results, and assessment of student learning.Decorative Image

Welcome to Institutional Effectiveness

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The Office of Institutional Effectiveness (OIE), formerly the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment (OIRA), serves the IU Southeast campus by acting as a resource for data, research, and the assessment process.

We provide raw data, summaries, and reports about the institution to members of the campus community. These data provide the basis for planning and decision making by the administration, faculty, and staff at IU Southeast.

We also routinely provide data to students for class projects, papers, and articles. Please take some time to evaluate the reports and tools provided on this website. We may have the data you need already available. If not, please complete a data request and we will work with you to meet your needs.

The facilitation of institutional, general education, and academic program assessment is also a primary responsibility of OIE. The results of some of those assessments are available on this site in the Reports & Surveys pages. Many tools to assist with assessment are also available on the Assessment Resources page.

If you need additional assistance with assessment, please contact our office.

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IU Southeast has joined other Indiana University regional campuses in the implementation of WEAVEonline assessment and planning software.

"WEAVEonline guides and provides for the alignment of multiple processes, including assessment, planning, accreditation, budgeting and institutional priorities." - weaveonline.com

Assessment Update

Attention Program Coordinators:

Fall 2012 Programmatic Assessment Reports were due on Friday, November 30. As of Tuesday, December 4, we have received 7 of 25 programmatic assessment reports (28%), with 9 programs permitted extensions. If your program requires an extension, please contact Ron Severtis at rseverti@ius.edu.

23 programs have full programmatic reports due this year; 3 programs have update reports due this year; and 3 programs have already fulfilled their reporting requirements this year. Instructions on what should be in the reports are found in:

Please check out our resources page for information on curriculum mapping (how to do it and how it can aid your program).

Are you a new coordinator? Or are you planning on stepping down as coordinator within the next year? The Assessment Coordinator Guidelines provides information for assessment program coordinators. It is a good tool to pass along.

Campus Quick Facts

Total Enrollment: 6,442

Undergraduate Enrollment: 5,989

Graduate Enrollment: 453

Faculty to Student Ratio: 15:1

Average Class Size:

  • 38% have less than 20 students
  • 61% have between 20 and 49 students
  • 1% have more than 50 students

Degrees Awarded (2013-14):

  • Associate: 73
  • Bachelor's: 840
  • Master's: 209
  • Total: 1,122

Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (Last Review 2009-10)

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