Key Effectiveness Indicators (KEI)
The Key Effectiveness Indicator (KEI) Report is a compilation of various ARC enrollment, performance and other metrics aimed at supporting institutional planning and decision making. In addition, it serves as a primary source of accountability information about the institution. Longitudinal trend reports are provided throughout to facilitate year-to-year comparisons and are in many instances broken out in various ways (e.g., by campus location, student demography) to show potential enrollment issues and student performance gaps.
Prior editions of the KEI Report are available from the ARC Office of Institutional Research Office, as are more in-depth analyses of the topics found here via ARC’s Research Request form.