South Carolina State University Institutional Effectiveness Reports

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education requires reports on institutional effectiveness from each higher education public institution. These reports include student scores on professional examinations as well as other indicators of institutional effectiveness for programs.

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    2008 Institutional Effectiveness Report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2008) South Carolina State University
    South Carolina State University's 2008 institutional effectiveness summary includes two components this year. The components are Majors or Concentrations and Academic Advising.
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    Institutional Effectiveness Summary
    (South Carolina State Library, 2006) South Carolina State University
    South Carolina State University's 2007 institutional effectiveness summary includes two components this year. The components are General Education and Majors or Concentrations.
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    Institutional Effectiveness Summary
    (South Carolina State Library, 2006) South Carolina State University
    South Carolina State University's 2006 institutional effectiveness summary includes two components this year. The components are General Education and Majors or Concentrations.
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    Institutional Effectiveness Report 2004-2005
    (South Carolina State Library, 2005-08-01) South Carolina State University
    South Carolina State University's 2005 institutional effectiveness report includes Library Resources and Services, Majors/Concentrations, the Alumni Survey results, and Policies and procedures to ensure that academic programs support the economic development needs in the State by providing a technologically skilled workforce.
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    Institutional Effectiveness Summary
    (South Carolina State Library, 2003) South Carolina State University
    South Carolina State University's 2003 institutional effectiveness summary includes two components this year. These components are: Student Development and Majors and Concentrations.