The Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment facilitates the University's planning, improvement and assessment initiatives.
The Office uses organizational change tools to help departments and units develop strategic plans, improve key processes, assess institutional needs, and develop collaborative team environments.
Services of the Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment are provided free of charge to The Pennsylvania State University and are adapted to the specific needs of departments or individuals.
View the recording of the December 2, 2013 Quality Advocates session "Diversity and Inclusion at Penn State: Where Are We Now and What’s Next?" with Rona Halualani, Principal and Founder of Halualani and Associates. They recently completed an assessment of Penn State’s implementation of its diversity and inclusive excellence goals, as presented in A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State. This Quality Advocates/Best Practices in Diversity Strategic Planning session served as the University-wide public presentation of the report findings and recommendations.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill offers veterans “the most comprehensive education benefits since the original 1944 Bill” and expectations for its payoff are high. As a result, there is a growing push for colleges to better document veteran populations and their outcomes. As a first step in this process, this report provides a profile of the veteran population at Penn State.
The Report on Faculty Salaries is an informational report of the Committee on Faculty Benefits offering an analysis of faculty salaries at Penn State.
Office of Planning and Institutional Assessment
The Pennsylvania State University
502 Rider Building
University Park, PA 16802-4819
Phone: (814) 863-8721
Fax: (814) 863-7031
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