Institutional Effectiveness and Outreach
The Institutional Effectiveness and Outreach Division provides professional leadership and assistance in strategic planning and marketing by collecting, managing, and communicating information necessary to plan for a productive and successful future, advance the college’s reputation and image, make decisions that enhance student learning, and monitor and demonstrate the effectiveness of all college services. The division also includes Administrative Information Systems, Continuing Education, Workforce Development, and College Career Pathways.
The primary function of Institutional Research is to provide timely and accurate data to facilitate administrative decision-making, college planning, and assessment activities.
Institutional Research also supports faculty research and curriculum development by serving as a resource for questions related to survey design, research methodology, data collection and analysis, and interpretation of results.
Marketing and Public Relations
Marketing and Public Relations provides accurate and timely information to demonstrate the valuable contributions of the college in providing quality, accessible and affordable higher education for the first two years of a Bachelor’s degree, immediate employment, or life long learning.
Administrative Information Systems
The college community relies on the Banner Student Information System to facilitate and support the college’s administrative operations. Administrative Information Systems provides continuous support to staff and faculty in the implementation, training and maintenance for the Banner Student System. The office also provides data services to the college community that assist in the college’s long range planning initiatives.
Based at Tunxis@Bristol, 430 N. Main Street in Bristol, CT, Workforce Development offers Customized Training for businesses and governmental agencies as well as a full schedule of Professional Development courses.
College Career Pathways
College Career Pathways offers students at eight area high schools the opportunity to earn college credit in academic and career courses.
For more information, contact Dr. David England, Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Outreach, at 860.773.1401.