There are two ways of discussing the subject of Organization and Management of Institutional Research. One way is to focus the discussion on the system, activities and structures used by research institutions to organize and manage their research endeavors. Another way is to discuss the strategies adopted by an institution to make research an integral function of the organization, and the aspect of management of research endeavors within the organization. This paper follows the second approach because it argues that research is one of the primary functions of academic institutions and this is carried out mainly by the faculty. Colleges and universities as academic institutions are to provide the institutional support and mechanisms necessary in promoting a conducive research climate. Needless to say, research is basically a systematic process for generating knowledge. Decisions pertaining to what type of knowledge is generated and how research activities are carried out are the responsibility of those who produce such knowledge-·that is, the scholars and the scientists.