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University Assessment Committee

The University Assessment Committee is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing a comprehensive assessment program that supports and enhances the quality of education and the achievement of institutional goals. The committee is responsible for coordinating and guiding the assessment processes across the university,

ensuring alignment with accreditation standards and best practices in higher education. This includes establishing assessment goals, strategies, and metrics, as well as providing guidance and support to faculty and staff in developing and implementing assessment plans.

The committee also plays a crucial role in analyzing assessment data, identifying areas for improvement, and making recommendations for enhancing teaching, learning, and institutional effectiveness. Additionally, the committee collaborates with academic departments and stakeholders to facilitate the periodic academic program review process, ensuring the continuous evaluation and enhancement of academic programs in alignment with the university's mission and strategic goals. The committee also plans and hosts the Annual Assessment Summit for faculty and staff for assessment training, provides assessment updates, and discusses assessment issues. Through their work, the committee promotes a culture of continuous improvement, evidence-based decision-making, and the advancement of academic excellence throughout the university.

Members Present

  • Co-Chairs: Faculty Directors of Assessment and Student Learning Outcomes
  • Cabinet Liaison
  • Assistant Provost for Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness
  • Director of Institutional Research
  • Counseling Department Chair
  • Psychology Department Chair
  • Counseling Director of Clinical Training
  • Psychology Director of Clinical Training
  • MA Program Associate Chair
  • CES PhD Program Associate Chair
  • PsyD Consortium Program Director of Clinical Training
  • UG Program Director
  • MS Program Director
  • Director of Academic and Strategic Effectiveness