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Institutional Effectiveness

The creation of institutional effectiveness underscores WSC's effort to provide a larger framework for improvement and performance. Transparency, open communication, goal setting, measurement, and improvement create feedback loops that avoid duplication, result in a wiser use of resources, and bring the College closer to its mission and goals.

The Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) is the principal driver of WSC's Institutional Effectiveness. AQIP is an alternative form of accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission that employs a quality improvement model. AQIP also provides an alternative process for colleges and universities to maintain their regional accreditation.

Williston State College joined AQIP March 7, 2007. By sharing performance results and improvements, WSC provides the Higher Learning Commission the evidence it needs to make a public quality assurance judgment while supporting and to assisting WSC in its efforts to excel.

Accreditation AQIP Teams Documents
Mission, Vision, Values  AQIP Team Membership Planning Documents 
Institutional and Program Accreditation  Institutional Effectiveness Team Results Documents 
AQIP Accreditation Cycle  1A. Helping Students Learn A WSC Constitution 
Action Projects  Budget Team Semester Profiles 
  New Employee AQIP Invitation Student Achievement Information 
  Advising Handbook