Office of Institutional Research and Evaluation Records, 1900 -- 2007


This collection has:

88.8 Cubic Feet
74 boxes
139 Digital Object(s)

The Office of Institutional Planning was founded under the direction of John (Jack) A. Dunn Jr. in 1977. Dunn began publishing the University Fact Book in 1973 while he was Special Assistant for Administration in the Office of the President. In 1977, Dunn was named the Associate Vice President of Planning and the Office of Institutional Planning assumed the responsibility of publishing the University Fact Book, under Dunn's direction. The office changed its name to the Office of Institutional Research in 1989 and began conducting admissions studies. It changed its name again to the Office of Institutional Research and Evaluation in 2006.

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