Institutional Research

Our team coordinates institutional-wide research and data analytics to support overall institutional effectiveness, strategic planning, assessment, evaluation and improvement efforts by contributing data, information and analysis to Tuskegee’s culture of inquiry and evidence. The university routinely participates in national and peer-institution surveys, as well as conducts its own internally coordinated research, to assess students’ satisfaction and engagement in order to better serve them. Those surveys include:

  • Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory
  • Tuskegee University Entering Student Survey
  • Tuskegee University Satisfaction Survey
  • Tuskegee University Parent Satisfaction Survey

In addition, the university participates in national and peer-institution surveys to benchmark and improve its own operations, as well as contribute to the body of knowledge that leads to higher education best practices.

Our services in support of institutional research and effectiveness include:

  • Identifying institutional data needs and sources for or means to collect that data
  • Assisting faculty and staff with creating, administering and analyzing qualitative and qualitative research data
  • Securing and providing data and information to authorities, such as federal and state governmental agencies, as well as accrediting bodies
  • Collecting data about the university’s academic and operational performance
  • Improving pedagogical efforts by assisting departments with identifying, collecting, securing and analyzing data for program reviews and other assessment efforts