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Institutional Research

The Office of Institutional Research advances the mission and strategic goals of the College by collecting, organizing, analyzing, and reporting institutional data. The office is responsible for conducting campus- and department-level institutional research to support informed decision making, continuous improvement, planning, and accountability efforts.

Our priorities are the following:

  • Updates, analyzes, and reports on the College’s Core Indicators.
  • Coordinates studies for the measurement of institutional effectiveness.
  • Provides support in the analysis and interpretation of various institutional data.
  • Develops information to meet annual reporting requirements and supervises state, federal, and external reporting at the institutional level.
  • Provides data in response to ad hoc requests for information from a variety of internal and external constituents.
  • In cooperation with the Chief Academic Officer, provides leadership in the facilitation and development of a College-wide assessment plan and provides research support for assessing college learning outcomes.
  • Communicates relevant data to the campus community.

Did you know?

Great Falls College has a larger proportion of online courses than 95% of other two-year schools in a recent survey.

Source: NCCBP 2012 Benchmarking Report.

Contact Information:

Grace Anderson, Ph.D.
Institutional Researcher & Data Analyst

406.771.4399
Fax: 406.771.4345
grace.anderson3@gfcmsu.edu