Student Affairs Assessment
October 19, 2012 9:04:28 AM PDT
Learn how you can measure and evaluate the effectiveness of your programs, share the data with other Student Affairs staff, and use that knowledge to improve student services.
Assessment projects help you and your staff:
- Benchmark best practices
- Measure student satisfaction and learning
- Track student participation and evaluate program results
- Focus on your most important program or service needs
- Determine the effectiveness of existing programs
- Share this collected data with other staff
- Create useful models that others can use
- Use assessment results to develop more effective programs and services
See Student Affairs Assessment: Background and Principles and Student Affairs Learning Goal Areas (PDF) for more information.
Learning outcomes materials:
Assessment tools and resources:
Campus Labs: Read about the consulting firm assisting with Student Affairs assessment projects, and learn how to use Campus Labs services for your assessment projects.
Profiles of completed assessment projects: Learn from your Student Affairs colleagues by exploring profiles of their successful assessment projects. Information includes purpose, materials, tools, sample surveys, and more.
Assessment Buddies: Get help from experienced UCSD Student Affairs colleagues who can walk you through your first StudentVoice assessment project. To find a buddy or for more information, contact Tony Jakubisin, (858) 822-2255.
Instructions for Entering Assessment Projects into Compliance Assist: Learn how to use Compliance Assist to enter assessment projects and link them to divisional goals and learning outcomes.
Additional assessment resources: Link to assessment Web sites, collected data, books, articles, and more.
Note: This page has a friendly link that's easy to remember: http://blink.ucsd.edu/go/assessment