The North Carolina Association for Institutional Research was formed in January of 1973 with the ratification of the Constitution and Bylaws of the organization. The Association fulfills four main purposes:

  • to provide for the professional development of its members;
  • to provide for the dissemination of information and the interchange of ideas on problems of common interest to its members;
  • to contribute to the advancement of post-secondary education in its fullest and broadest implications; and
  • to foster a collegial spirit of unity and cooperation among persons having interest in and activities related to institutional research, planning, and assessment.

Membership is open to all interested parties.  Get your membership application today.

2022 NCAIR Conference Information: Virtual conference on April 7th, with the theme Meeting New Challenges


Call for Conference Proposals megaphone

Please submit your proposal using the link below by January 21. 
Submit a Proposal. Or, copy/paste this link into your browser: https://appstate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eWMPuEPoV9MqRsG 

Need a bit of prompting or food for thought to conquer the challenge and take the first step to speaking at a conference, or submitting a proposal? See the call for proposals flyer.  

If you have requests on sessions that you would like to see, please send your requests to Kelly Smith, NCAIR President-Elect (kelly.smith@cpcc.edu) or Karen J. Price, NCAIR President (karenprice@bac.edu). Sessions are scheduled based on the most requested topics.