We are a global higher education association dedicated to advancing faith and intellect for the common good.
As a member service, our institutions have a dedicated partner in the CCCU on the hill. We advocate on behalf of our institutions as if they have a seat at the table.
More than just a job-finding service, the CCCU Career Center links passionate people to meaningful careers with faith-based employers, in faith-related positions, and in all sectors of higher education.
We organize numerous conferences that provide leaders on our campuses with important faith-centered professional development in their respective fields.
CCCU GlobalEd is a collection of faith-integrated, off-campus study programs that foster intellectual, cultural, vocational, and spiritual growth.
To fulfill our mission and meet the needs of our members, we provide unique services for administration, faculty, students, and friends of Christian higher education.
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CCCU institutions are located around the world. Though they are diverse in size, scope, and mission, they are each committed to faith-integrated higher education.
Reporting to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Accreditation, the Director of Institutional Effectiveness is responsible for institution-wide assessment and the tracking and support for regional accreditation reporting and documentation. The director provides direction and support for faculty and departments in the assessment of student learning, academic program review, and assessment and accreditation initiatives. Additionally, the director is responsible for survey administration, data collection and reporting on assessment, and assists university personnel in complying with the “institutional effectiveness” standards of the accreditation principles of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
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