Planning, Research & Public Affairs

Planning, Research & Public Affairs

Planning, Research & Public Affairs is responsible for publicity; media and community relations; brand management; the College website and campus newsletter; and institutional research and planning at Central Maine Community College.

The mission of the Planning, Research & Public Affairs is fourfold:

  1. Provide and coordinate accurate, usable information for planning, reporting, and assessment of academic and administrative programs in support of the College’s accreditation, mission, strategic plan, and ongoing institutional improvement.
  2. Promote the College’s students, programs and services through community, legislative and media relations; marketing and advertising; the newsletter, website, social media, and campus digital media.
  3. Pursue and manage federal and state grants to allow the College to augment its annual operating budget, stimulate innovation, and meet the unique needs of our region.
  4. Oversee all major fundraising and development efforts and provide administrative support to the CM Education Foundation Board of Directors.

Media

For media inquiries please view our media information/press kit and contact:

Rachel McKinley
Director of Marketing & Communications
rmckinley@cmcc.edu
(207)755-5248 (o)

Andrew Morong
Associate Dean of Enrollment Management
amorong@cmcc.edu
(207) 755-5448 (o)

College Plans


The Office of Institutional Research

The Office of Institutional Research is the official source of institutional data related to the College. The office handles a wide array of reports required by state and federal authorities along with information and data requests from internal and external organizations. The Director conducts numerous surveys of student satisfaction in order to provide data for strategic planning, program review and benchmarking projects with which CMCC has partnered.

Brianna Doyle
Director of Institutional Research
Interim Director of Registration & Records
(207) 755-5358 or bdoyle@cmcc.edu


 

PROGRAM REVIEW

The Maine Community College Board of Trustees recognizes the importance of continuous improvement in the pursuit of excellence through self-evaluation and assessment. The objectives of the program review process are to attain the highest quality of education and service; to assure its graduates possess the occupational and academic skills required by employers; and to provide an experience which inspires lifelong learning.

The Board of Trustees retains the authority to review each academic program offered by the colleges. Each college shall evaluate such academic programs every five years and report such evaluations to the appropriate committee of the Board of Trustees; provided that, for academic programs accredited by a national authority and evaluated by such authorities pursuant to a site visit or report(s), a college need only inform such committee of the evaluations provided by such authorities.

The Program Review Report to the Education Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Maine Community College System apprises the governing board of the outcomes of the review of academic programs of study offered by the Community Colleges. This appraisal is facilitated by a report which includes a brief program description, program data, targeted career and continuing education opportunities, strengths, challenges, and planned steps for continuous improvements.

RECENT PROGRAM REVIEWS

Building Construction Technology

Building Construction Technology Jobsite Track

Building Construction Technology Certificate

General Studies

Criminal Justice

Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts Certificate

Education

Forensic Science

Justice Studies

Liberal Studies

Life Sciences

Police Operations Advanced Certificate

Physical Fitness Specialist

Restaurant Management

STUDENT SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Community College Survey of Student Satisfaction

Noel Levitz Strategic Overview 2017

CMCC FACTS

CMCC Factbook

Campus Safety Security and Security Data

Nursing Licensure (NCLEX) Success Rates

Graduation & Retention Rates

Graduates’ Earnings Data

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