Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness (EPIE) provides leadership and coordination for educational and student services, curriculum development, student success initiatives, accreditation, strategic planning, attendance accounting, institutional research, and student information system modernization.
Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness
Institutional Research - Providing information and analysis that supports policy development, effective decision-making, and accountability mandates.
Student Success - Works with faculty and staff to improve student learning and educational outcomes and directs the activities of California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN) statewide professional development initiative.
Attendance Accounting (Intranet) - Reports student enrollments for the allocation of state funding. The office also has responsibility for the academic calendar, developing FTES projections, and providing reports for enrollment and fiscal planning.
Student Information System (SIS) Modernization - A joint effort managed by both the Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness Division and the Information Technology Division. This project will improve student services, teaching and learning, and organizational effectiveness.
Dolores Huerta Labor Institute (DHLI)- Assists faculty in developing labor-themed content and curricula and serves as a resource to faculty interested in promoting labor education at their colleges.
CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work - Provides comprehensive assessment, counseling, educational, and job-placement services to students receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance Needy Families) support to promote their placement into high demand employment.