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Institutional Effectiveness Committee

The Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC) is a university wide committee with a central role in the university's process to improve institutional effectiveness.  The committee is responsible for establishing policies and practices to support program review for academic programs, co-curricular programs, and administrative units at the University of the Pacific.  The IEC is divided into two sub-committees: one sub-committee chaired by a faculty member responsible for academic program review; the other sub-committee chaired by an administrative member responsible for administrative program review. 

The complete IEC charge, as posted in the Faculty Handbook, 6.3.10 Institutional Effectiveness Committee Charge, can be viewed here:
Institutional Effectiveness Committee Charge

View the Institutional Effectiveness Committee Roster