Institutional Effectiveness 

Institutional effectiveness is the degree to which a university is meeting its stated mission.

Rooted in the method of scientific inquiry, institutional effectiveness is the systematic collection, analysis, organization, warehousing, and dissemination of quantitative and qualitative information concerning the characteristics and performance of the University. The goal of institutional effectiveness is to provide quality information such that informed decisions and effective planning can be accomplished by University faculty, staff, and administrators. 

MTSU Institutional Effectiveness Achievement Reports 

MTSU reports instititutional effectiveness achievement using the Campus Labs for Institutional Effectiveness application. To learn more, contact Lisa Bass at or 615-494-8656.