Institutional Assessment

Linn & Miller, 2005

Assessment is the systematic and ongoing process of gathering, analyzing, and using information from multiple sources to draw inferences about the characteristics of students, programs, or an institution for the purpose of making informed decisions to improve the learning process.

Why Assess

Data Sources

Data Request Form

Requests routed to Data Analytics or registrar's office

Who Should Assess

All employees at the university help support the university's mission, so everyone has a stake in assessment. With that said, every program, both academic and administrative, should have a designated program assessment coordinator (listed on the Plans & Results page). See program assessment lead responsibilities.

The University Assessment Committee guides and assists academic departments in assessing effectiveness and enhancing best educational practices.

Questions?