OIEA Office News
We are happy to announce that F.C. Caranikas
joined the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accountability on January 17, 2012
as an Institutional Studies Coordinator.
Dr. Caranikas earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Civilizations at Colgate University, and her Master of Public
Administration degree at the University at Albany - SUNY. She earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Business
Administration at Arizona State University. Dr. Caranikas has more than 20 years of experience designing and conducting
research studies and surveys, including seven years directing institutional research at various colleges, and three years
as senior research analyst at the Texas Center for Educational Research. She has worked as an administrator for six years
in community colleges. In addition, Dr. Caranikas has 10 years teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels
in the areas of human resources, organizational behavior, and business strategy. Most recently, Dr. Caranikas served as
training coordinator at the Texas State University Small Business Development Center.
Information recently added to OIEA's web site
Student Profiles for Spring 2011 (Posted 03-19-2012)
This report displays current headcount, contact hours, credit hours, and student demographics information by college-wide
totals as well as by campus location.
Past Student Profiles
reports can be found at the following website:
ACC College-wide Snapshot 2011 (Posted 03-20-2012; PDF 272KB)
The ACC College-wide Snapshot is a summary of key accountability measures in which ACC seeks to evaluate its quality and its
students' success at an institutional level. It measures things most associated with the complex, diverse mission of the
community college. The ACC Snapshot seeks to provide a quick glance at how well ACC is fulfilling its mission statement
to promote student success.
The data table for the ACC College-wide Snapshot can be found at
(ACC Personnel Only).