Institutional effectiveness is defined as the extent to which an institution achieves its mission and goals. The College’s institutional effectiveness process is an on-going, institution-wide commitment to planning and outcomes assessment for the purpose of continuous improvement and to provide evidence that the College is effectively achieving its mission.

Institutional effectiveness at CFK is a continuous, cyclical process comprised of goal setting, implementation, evaluation, assessment, and improvement that is applied at every level of the College. It is an integral part of CFK’s commitment toward consistent improvement of programs, services and administrative functions.

Strategic Planning

Student Achievement & Goals

Fact Books

Classification of Instructional Programs

Institutional Effectiveness Calendars