WCCS Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research (OIER) is the source of comprehensive information regarding Wallace Community College Selma (WCCS). The Office is responsible for compiling and disseminating information to the College’s internal and external groups on many aspects of WCCS, including Institutional Assessment and Strategic Planning. The OIER ensures that annual planning assumptions are developed to provide a framework to guide the development of College goals and objectives. Strategic priorities are then identified in order to focus the direction of the institution’s unit, departmental, divisional, and college-wide plans to support institutional improvement and decision making. Through this process, the College’s Mission Statement is reviewed annually.
Services Provided by OIER
OIER responds to requests for institutional data that come from appropriate parties both internal and external to the College. In addition to being responsible for WCCS’s course evaluation program, the OIER monitors consumer satisfaction through graduate and new student surveys, and track student enrollment and demographics, student credit hours, degrees awarded, and faculty and staff characteristics. Providing consumer information is pivotal to our role of keeping the public informed through our annual FACT Book and President’s Report.
- College Survey Reports/ Results
- College Assessment and Planning
- Strategic Planning Goal Map 16-17-3 Goals
- Strategic Planning Goal Map 16-17-3 Strategy
- Strategic Planning Goal Map 17-18 Goals
- Strategic Panning Goal Map 17-18 Strategy
- Standing Committee 2018-2019
- Strategic Planning Council Members
- 2017-2018 Strategic Planning Council Assessment Findings and Recommendation Form
- 2016-2017 SPC Final Findings and Recommendations
- Strategic Planning Meeting Schedule
- Strategic Planning Council Meeting Schedule
- SACSCOC and Accreditation
Institutional Accreditation (SACSCOC)
Wallace Community College Selma is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science Degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404.679.4501 for questions about the accreditation of Wallace Community College Selma.
Inquiries about the institution such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Wallace Community College Selma and not to the Commission on Colleges.
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Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Faculty Development
Coordinator of Institutional Research
Coordinator of Marketing and Public Relations
Brandi Spears Abbott
Institutional Effectiveness Secretary