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Institutional Effectiveness

The Institutional Effectiveness office oversees university-wide accreditation (SACSCOC), assessment, and institutional research and provides support for the University of North Georgia (UNG) strategic planning process. 

Institutional Effectiveness staff have expertise in a variety of areas and are available as a resource to the university community on topics such as:

  • Higher education trends and issues
  • Survey development
  • Data collection and data analysis (qualitative and quantitative)
  • Conducting research to address emerging issues and to provide strategic information to assess and strengthen institutional performance

Institutional effectiveness is the systematic, explicit, and documented process of measuring institutional performance against mission in all aspects of an institution.  (SACSCOC Resource Manual, May 2012, p 13)

Award-Winning

2nd Place Best Institutional Research Website
2018 Southern Association for Institutional Research

Official Enrollment Data

Fall 2018 Add/Drop Period

Full-time: 13,660 (68%)
Part-time: 6,422 (32%)

Undergrad: 19,376 (96%)
Grad: 706 (4%)

Commuter: 17,347 (86%)
Cadets: 765 (4%)

Female: 11,437 (57%)
Male: 8,636 (43%)
Not Reported: 9 (< 1 %)

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