Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) defines Institutional Effectiveness (IE) as the positive correlation of results to expectations. SRTC designed and implemented an institutional effectiveness system that is ongoing, integrated, and includes College-wide research-based planning and evaluation processes. The IE system integrates specific research, data collection, evaluation, assessment, analysis, planning, budgeting, and implementation processes.
The IE system provides for a systematic review of College Mission, Goals, and Outcomes. It ensures that expected outcomes of all units and programs and program student learning outcomes are identified and assessed; results are used for improvement in planning and budgeting; plans are implemented and evaluated; and improvements are documented. The process is designed to continuously improve programs, services, and student learning and to demonstrate the progress of the College in fulfilling its stated Mission.
About the Institutional Effectiveness Division
Accreditation processes are coordinated by the Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Dr. Ronald O’Meara, the SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison, who may be reached by calling (229) 225-3978 or via email at email@example.com. The SRTC Official Accreditation Statement is located below:
SRTC Official Accreditation Statement
Southern Regional Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Technical Certificates of Credit. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Southern Regional Technical College.
As required by SACSCOC, the Student Achievement Data information can be found on the Student Achievement Goals webpage.
To find out more about the history of accreditation at SRTC, and/or to find specific programmatic accreditation information about a SRTC program, visit the Accreditations webpage.
The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act, P.L. 109-270, was passed by Congress and signed into law by the President in August 2006. The purpose of the law is to “help develop more fully the academic, career and technical skills of secondary and postsecondary students,” and to “assist students in meeting (the challenging academic and technical) standards, including preparation for high-skill, high-wage or high-demand occupations in current or emerging professions.
To receive Carl Perkins funds, eligible postsecondary technical colleges must have a completed and approved local plan and funding application. The Technical College System of Georgia distributes Carl Perkins federal funds to eligible postsecondary technical colleges within Georgia. Perkins processes are coordinated by the Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Dr. Ronald O’Meara, who may be reached by calling (229) 225-3978 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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