Institutional Research

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The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research:

  • Serves to assist administration in meeting its institutional goals to monitor and promote institutional effectiveness and accountability. This will be done by providing assessment and performance data, as well as consultation, regarding program and educational outcome measures.
  • Serves to assist all members of the university community with assessment and program evaluation endeavors by providing on-line access to essential resources and data.

Highlands University listed as most affordable

Highlands University has the lowest undergraduate tuition and fees of any four-year college in an 15-state region in the West.

According to the study, “Tuition and Fees in Public Higher Education in the West, 2010-11,” by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Highlands had the lowest tuition and fees for both resident and non-resident undergraduate students of any four-year institution in the entire region, which includes colleges in California.

“We are an institution that can provide a high quality of education at a modest price,” Highlands President James Fries said.

More information on the study can be found on the WICHE website.

If you are looking for data about the university, check out the College Portrait, Factbook, Performance Effectiveness Reports or the Common Data Set. If you are unable to find the data you need, please fill out an information request form (Word doc.) and we will provide the information as soon as possible.

Institutional Effectiveness & Research
Box 9000
New Mexico Highlands University
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Location: Donnelly Library, 3rd Floor
Rooms:  331 and 332
Fax: 505.454.0026