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Report of Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) Goals, Timelines and Requirements. Catherine F. Andersen Associate Provost for Academic Affairs. MSCHE October 2104 Report (key elements) and responses to MSCHE questions about the following.

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Report of middle states commission on higher education msche goals timelines and requirements

Report of Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) Goals, Timelines and Requirements

Catherine F. Andersen Associate Provost for Academic Affairs


Msche october 2104 report key elements and responses to msche questions about the following

MSCHE October 2104 Report (key elements) and responses to MSCHE questions about the following

  • Draft report this summer with input from all constituencies.

    • General Education. (Learning Goals, assessment plan, assessment results, Sophomore Seminar and Capstone progress and faculty development)

    • Redesign of Learning Communities and First Year Experience – assessment results.

    • WRIT and Math re-design plan

    • Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSE) results and action plans

    • Assessment of Student Services (AA and EMSA)

    • Institutional Assessment Plan


The assessment cycle

The Assessment Cycle


Institutional assessment

Institutional Assessment

  • Summer:

  • Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Deans and Assessment Coordinators will:

    • Review reports to monitor progress toward meeting Middle States expectations

    • Report to Deans and Chairs regarding departmental assessment needs

    • Help to build TaskStream - a tool to track student learning outcomes.

    • Add resources to the assessment web page (completed by August 2014)

    • Help establish a cycle for institution wide assessment.

  • Fall Assessment

    • Division and Department members and review and discuss their unit’s Assessment Report

    • Program review process are linked to assessment cycles

  • Curricular Changes

    • Recommendations and changes to program level and student learning outcomes as well as degree program curriculum are made through the UB process throughout the academic year

  • Budget Process

    • All Division use assessment results to inform annual budgets requests


Timeline

Timeline

  • Summer 2014

    • MSCHE approval of new standards (UB has the option to follow old or new).

    • Written Institutional and General Education Assessment Plan (began January 2014).

  • October 2014

    • Progress letter to MSCHE.

  • November 2014

    • Self-Study Institute.

    • Select which set of standards to follow. Design Plan – Get approval

    • Forming of MSCHE working groups and Steering Committee.

  • AY 014-15

    • Evidence and data collection (assessment plans in place).

    • Bi-weekly meetings of Steering Committee.

    • Required reports from teams – minimum of bi-weekly meetings.

  • Summer 2015

    • Steering Committee drafts working report with feedback and direction to teams.

    • Evidence and data collection continues.

  • AY 015-16

    • Evidence and data collection continues; artifacts are gathered.

    • Weekly meetings of Steering Committee.

    • Bi-weekly meeting and reports from teams.

    • Report drafted and circulated. Feedback collected. Final report written and submitted

  • Summer 2016

    • Artifact and Evidence Room prepared.

  • AY 2016-17

    • Report submitted (Spring 2017).

    • Visit from MSCHE Team (Spring 2017 ).


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