IEA's primary mission is the collection of data for use in planning, decision-making, assessment, and policy information at the University. The office is responsible for ensuring accuracy of vital University statistics and for responding to requests for data from the University community and outside stakeholders.
Frequently requested information can be found in the data areas of the IEA website.
IEA provides oversight, training, and support for assessment activities to effect a culture of assessment and continuous improvement across campus. Part of this effort includes the administration of the Assessment Management System, Weave . IEA is also responsible for creating and submitting reports to the SACSCOC accrediting body on behalf of the University.
Records Information Management
IEA serves as the Custodian of Records for the University. In this capacity, the office promotes efficient administration and management of state government records in compliance with federal and state regulations. Records Information Management is the systematic control of all records, regardless of media, from creation or receipt of the record to the perpetual storage or destruction of the record.
An Open Records Officer is designated to respond to requests for records submitted under the Georgia Open Records Act .
The Department of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment is pleased to present the 2016‐17 edition of the University of West Georgia Fact Book.
It is our hope and intent that this volume continues the tradition of providing reliable statistical data and summary information designed to answer the most frequently asked questions about the university. Based on sound institutional research, the Fact Book serves as a good, first point‐of‐reference for institutional assessment, self‐study, and planning.Fact Book
Office of Insitutional Effectiveness and Assessment
1601 Maple Street
Sanford Hall, Rm. 112
Carrollton, GA 30118
It is important to note that the information on this web site may differ from data reported by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment to other federal, state, and regional agencies due to differences in reporting guidelines, reporting definitions, and the timing of when the information was prepared.
These due dates apply for Fiscal Year 2012 and forward.
Note from USG: If the date falls on a Saturday please submit Friday . If the date falls on a Sunday submit on Monday.
Semester ADC Census I Date ADC I Due Date Summer July 8 July 15 Fall October 7 October 14 Spring February 22 March 3
ADC Census I Date: July 8
ADC I Due Date: July 15
ADC Census I Date: October 7
ADC I Due Date: October 14
ADC Census I Date: February 22
ADC I Due Date: March 3
Semester ADC II Census Date ADC II Due Date Summer August 6 August 13 Fall December 20 January 7 Spring May 12 May 21
ADC II Census Date: August 6
ADC II Due Date: August 13
ADC II Census Date: December 20
ADC II Due Date: January 7
ADC II Census Date: May 12
ADC II Due Date: May 21
USG Academic Data Collection Standard Census Dates