Institutional Research and Assessment
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at Heritage University gathers and provides information for decision making purposes to the University’s administrators and other policy makers. It is the official resource for all data regarding students, graduates, course enrollment, faculty workloads, and other college characteristics. Reporting to the provost, the office is charged with analyzing and interpreting these data for use in planning and policy decisions. It also has a major role in providing statistical data to the president, deans, and board of directors for strategic planning, accreditation review, and student outcomes. It is responsible for compiling and filing reports required by the Independent Colleges of Washington, the Washington Student Achievement Council, the U.S. Department of Education, and other state and federal agencies.