The Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Inclusivity is dedicated to enhancing a culture of evidence-based decision-making at Dickinson with a specific focus on assessment for all areas of campus, as well as, advancing the college's mission to build and maintain a diverse and inclusive community committed to broadened educational opportunities within an atmosphere of respect for others.
As part of the president's senior staff, the vice president for institutional effectiveness & inclusivity provides coordination of campus initiatives to assure the institution’s viability and competitive advantage, supports strategic institutional initiatives through directing research, data collection and results dissemination, and coordinates across all divisions of the campus to create and maintain a culture of diversity and inclusion for all members of the community.
The Vice President oversees assessment activities for all areas of the college and serves as the college’s liaison to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. She also serves as the co-chair for both the Task Force on Intercultural Competencies and the President’s Commission on Diversity aligning the work with the college’s strategic vision.
Dickinson students must take courses designed to meet these learning goals, which give breadth to their education, while developing their analytical abilities and mastery within a major field of study. Learn more.
Student Learning Outcomes
Learning goals are reviewed by our Academic Program and Standards Committee, which consists of students, faculty, and administrators, whenever a new course is proposed or a program is under review. Learn more.