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2003-2004 Institutional Effectiveness Plans


Account Number2-10600 – 2-10675; 2-63071; 2-70010; 2-74001; 276001;

Related College Strategic Goal & Objective

Objective(Please number each objective and provide a detailed description)

Measurable Outcome Directly Related to the Objective

Expected Cost (Budget: Adequate or Increase $______)

Steps for Assessing Outcomes for each Objective

Goal IX

Objective 1

1. Improve student and staff satisfac-tion with the facilities at McGavock by hiring additional part-time custodial help

(2 hr.da/4 da wk Spring semester)

Cleanliness of classroom and bathroom used by Volunteer State within McGavock High School will be improved on Site Survey by .2.


1.Visual inspections will be made weekly by site coordinators.

2. Comparison of Spring 2004 Student Survey results will be made with Spring 2003 in the areas of classroom and bathroom.


Goal V

Objective 1

2. Ensure more effective internal com-munication with off-campus units (McGavock, Madison, Hunter’s Lane, Wilson Cent.)

Establish regular unit meetings for all sites.  All

personnel will attend at least 5 of the 6 scheduled meetings.


1.       Document through copies of meeting minutes.

2.       Document topics through copies of the agenda.

3.       Solicit feedback from site coordinators.


Goal XII

Objective 1


3. Increase the number of high schools participating in dual enrollment.

The number of schools participating in dual enrollment will increase by 2 over Fall 2003.



1. Host a dual-enrollment luncheon Spring 2004. Invite all high schools in service area. Document all schools represented at luncheon.

2. Document follow-up visits to interested schools, particularly those not previously participating.

3.  Work with school representatives to get on agenda for P.T.A. nights

4. Compare Fall 2004 data with Fall 2003.



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