Program Assessment Coordinator Responsibilities

In an effort to continuously improve student learning and program effectiveness, Program Assessment Coordinators lead in the following areas:

Planning
Lead the creation and continuous refinement of a program assessment plan that is meaningful, actionable and sustainable.  Plan should show how the program supports at least three Core Themes. Academic program plans should address all degree learning outcomes listed in the Catalog.
Compiling
Ensure results get compiled and entered into TracDat on time.
Analyzing
Ensure program stakeholders analyze results and draw meaning from them; get analysis entered into TracDat on time.
Improving
Ensure analysis of results leads to implementation of appropriate changes to program practices, and that these changes are recorded in TracDat.
Recalibrating
Lead program mission and assessment plan review and updating on a regular basis to ensure program stays focused and properly oriented.

Annual Assessment Checklist

While the Program Assessment Coordinator bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring the integrity of assessment practices, by no means should this work happen in isolation. Gathering and analysis of assessment results should be widely distributed to ensure all faculty are engaged in pursuing program improvement.