Mission and Primary Functions
The mission of the Office of Institutional Research is to provide information that supports the college planning, decision-making, policy formulation, and accreditation processes. In this capacity, the Office of Institutional Research assumes primary responsibility for analyzing and reporting data pertaining to academic and non-academic units of the college.
The main functions of the IR office include, but are not limited to: responding to ad hoc or routine data requests from external or internal constituencies, preparing state and federally-mandated standard reports, assisting in the design/administration of surveys, maintaining historical data for trend analysis, and conducting comparative studies using peer institutions.
The IR Office adheres to the Code of Ethics of the Association for Institutional Research and is committed to preserving the integrity and accuracy of the information it provides to all PCC’s community members.
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If you need other information in addition to what is available publicly or want to share some suggestions for improvement, please feel free to contact: Corey Shilling, Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Corey.Shilling@pueblocc.edu or 719-549-3195
Office of Institutional Research
900 West Orman Avenue, CA 116
Pueblo Community College
Pueblo, CO 81004