The task of Institutional Research at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is to provide data about the campus and analytical services to academic and administrative decision-makers and external constituents in a manner that is accurate, consistent, understandable and timely. The goal of the department is to support strategic planning, policy formulation and analysis of ongoing operations to further the teaching, research and service missions of the College.
ABOUT Institutional Research
Semester Summary Reports
ABAC uses assessment strategies to evaluate student success as it relates to the College’s mission statement “to contribute to a better-educated Georgia.” To that end, the College engages in a comprehensive planning and assessment process enabling it to build upon its strengths and correct weaknesses. On an ongoing basis, the College analyzes and publicly reports the following data: enrollment, retention rates, graduation rates, degrees conferred, and licensing examination results for the College’s Associate of Science in Nursing degree program. Using these indicators, ABAC can compare student performance and progress with that of its peer institutions.