Institutional Effectiveness

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The Division of Institutional Effectiveness

Mission and Purpose

Institutional Effectiveness leads the following functions for MATC:

  • Business intelligence
  • Data governance
  • District initiatives
  • Federal reporting
  • Grants
  • Institutional accreditation
  • Institutional research
  • Institutional Review Board
  • Predictive analytics
  • Program evaluation
  • Programmatic accreditation
  • Quality review processes
  • State reporting
  • Strategic planning
  • Student learning outcomes assessment
  • Student success initiatives

Building a culture of continuous quality improvement, Institutional Effectiveness supports MATC systems, processes, and people and strengthens organizational capacity by engaging all employees to effectively use quality processes, sharing data to promote evidence-based practices, supporting learning and development, and providing resources to promote student success and education that transforms lives, industry, and community.

Meet Our Team

Dr. Christine Manion, Vice President
Institutional Effectiveness, M278

David Rowe, Chief Information Officer
Information Technology

Dr. Jennifer Mikulay, Director
Quality, Planning & Assessment
Institutional Effectiveness, M242

Dr. Yan Wang, Director, Research
Research Planning & Development, M222

Brian Kubik, Manager
Internal Audit

Ida McConnell, Executive Administrative Assistant
Institutional Effectiveness, M278