The mission of Institutional Research at CAL NORTHERN School of Law is to collect, compile and analyze data that will provide informed decision making in support of CAL NORTHERN’s overall mission. Institutional research supports the academic and operational activities of the School.
Some of the functions of Institutional Research consist of:
• Organizing the data collection process and its ongoing maintenance and quality
• Collect, analyze, and provide routine reports as well as ad hoc reports in support of strategic planning
• Collect, analyze, and report summaries of academic data about CAL NORTHERN School of Law required by the federal government, accrediting agencies, and other external agencies
• Collect, analyze, and report data in support of program review and other routine student learning outcomes assessment
• Design, plan and administer institutional surveys to faculty, students, and staff
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