The mission of the Office of Academic Assessment is to facilitate development of assessment plans for academic and other programs. We consult with faculty and staff to assist them with articulating desired student learning and development objectives and deciding the most appropriate ways to measure student achievement of the objectives. We encourage intentional use of the findings generated from these measures to improve student learning and development.
Jennifer Capps (Criminal Justice and Criminology) is serving as the Faculty Associate for 2013-14. Jenn will consult with academic programs as they modify, update, and implement their program assessment plans, along with facilitating workshops and the peer review of assessment reports.
Annual Assessment Reports for academic programs are due to the Office of Academic Assessment and to the Deans' offices in early fall of each academic year. Please submit reports in electronic format using the template found in the Forms section of this web site.
Assessment Reports Memo 2013-14 (298 KB)
The Peer Review of Assessment Reports take , or place in the mid-summer and early fall each academic year. Faculty interested in participating should contact Jenn Capps: at firstname.lastname@example.org.