Student Affairs Assessment: Campus Resources and Aligning With Other Assessment Efforts. Bill Knight Institutional Effectiveness. Developing effective learning goals Developing measures Providing data such as samples of enrolled student or alumni demographic data
Student Affairs Assessment: Campus Resources and Aligning With Other Assessment Efforts
Developing effective learning goals
Providing data such as samples of enrolled student or alumnidemographic data
Analyzing quantitative and qualitative results
Interpreting and reporting results
Examples from other departments (at Ball State and beyond)
Plus two Student Affairs classics:
Schuh, J. H., & Associates. (2008). Assessment methods for student affairs. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Upcraft, M. L., & Schuh, J. H. (1996). Assessment in student affairs: A guide for practitioners. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
IUPUI Assessment Institute
Is in addition to Bb Learn
Allows for sampling of student work products with rubrics by a team of assessors
Can easily involve co-curricular outcomes
Health and Wellbeing
Orientation Survey (demographics, high school experiences, expectations, recruitment-related)
MAP-Works (see handout, one to share)
National Survey of Student Engagement (see handout)
Senior Survey (experiences in college, satisfaction, self-reported academic and personal gains, future educational and employment plans)
Alumni Survey (employment and further education experiences, experiences in college, satisfaction, self-reported academic and personal gains)
How can the IE Office help you to make your assessment efforts better?
How can you align your assessment efforts with others on campus?