The CCBC Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC) replaces the existing Planning Council and Institutional Assessment Council, both of which are dissolved. The Institutional Effectiveness Council is created through the Office of the President to function as part of the College governance system. It is charged with oversight of the planning and assessment activities of the College.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND FUNCTIONS
The Institutional Effectiveness Council is designated by the President to have the following responsibilities and functions:
The Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC) shall be comprised of 18 members chosen by the president through an application process:
In addition, the following positions will have permanent membership on the IEC but may not hold any office:
At the first meeting of each year, the following officers shall be chosen to serve for one (1) year:
The IEC membership will set a year-long meeting schedule at its first meeting but must meet a minimum of two (2) times each during the fall and spring academic semesters.
Terms shall begin the first day of the academic year. All members are eligible to serve one (1) three (3) year term; members may reapply after a lapse of one year. Upon the convening of the first meeting, lots will be drawn to set an equal number of initial one (1), two (2) and (3) year terms that will then convert to a standard three (3) year term upon its expiration.
In the case of a member’s resignation or removal, a replacement will be appointed by the President to serve the remainder of that term.
If a member’s employee status changes such that he/she no longer represents his/her current group, that member will cease to be a member of the IEC.
Any member who misses two (2) consecutive meetings will be removed from the IEC.
The IEC secretary will archive all Council documents including minutes in Outlook Public Folders (or a successor site).