Institutional Research and Effectiveness Support

UWF Institutional Research and Effectiveness Support

Institutional Research organizes and analyzes institutional and other data to support planning, assessment and decision-making at The University of West Florida. While reporting to the Associate Vice President of Planning, the responsibilities of Institutional Research are college-wide. Institutional Research has the major responsibility for compiling and filing reports required by the Florida Board of Governors, Princeton Review, US News, Delaware Studies, and other state and federal agencies.

Among the many objectives of this office are:

  • To meet, on time and with accurate information, the external reporting requirements of the state and federal governments;
  • To organize, maintain, and disseminate institutional data for decision-making, program review, and accreditation;
  • To analyze and interpret or to assist in the analysis and interpretation of data, as appropriate, providing useful information for planning, assessment and decision-making;
  • To develop and disseminate information regarding best practices for measuring and improving student learning;
  • To provide information and support to units in their efforts to measure and improve student learning outcomes.

  



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UWF has a strong presence in downtown Pensacola. In spring 2001 the Florida Legislature authorized the transfer of 22 historic properties, located in the center of downtown, from the Department of State to the university. Now, our historic downtown campus has opened its first educational facilities in the J. Earle Bowden Building in Historic Pensacola Village, as well as the Public History and Heritage Center.