Division of Institutional Effectiveness Mission
The mission of Martin University's Division of Institutional Effectiveness is to:
Responsibly collect, organize, analyze, store, and disseminate information necessary for informed decision-making and planning supportive of the University’s mission and strategic initiatives and provide University personnel assistance in the identification, application, execution, management, and administrative oversight of externally funded projects.
The primary responsibilities of the Division of Institutional Effectiveness are to:
- Implement a comprehensive institutional effectiveness program that supports the University’s mission and strategic initiatives.
- Provide information, guidance, and analytic support to the University’s faculty, staff, and administrators for purposes of informed decision making and planning.
- Provide accurate, uniform, and consistent information about the University for internal use and to external constituents, stakeholders, funding agencies, accrediting bodies, and state/federal organizations.
- Enhance the University’s capacity to accurately evaluate its programs, services, and performance.
- Provide comprehensive support services for the development, planning and administration of externally funded projects.
- Enhance the University’s capacity to effectively and efficiently administer sponsored programs.
- Ensure compliance with award terms and proper stewardship of sponsored funds.
- Serve as a liaison between the University and the funding agency.
- Protect Martin University from unnecessary risks and liabilities.