Assessment Committee 2017-2018
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Assessment Committee works to instill a culture of assessment within the division. The committee will provide resources and training for departments, as well as access to available tools to assist with telling the department story.
To view the Assessment Committee Activity Plan click HERE.
To view the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Assessment Strategic
Plan click HERE.
Please contact Department Director for more detailed assessment reports for each division department.
Adrian Ramirez, Career Development Center (chair)
Chris Hernandez, Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Nellie Lee, Student Health and Counseling Center
Jessica Medina, Food Security Project
Michele Dunlap, University Courtyard
Georgianna Long-Negron, Student Health and Counseling Center
Mai Kou Vang, Learning Center
Tara Powers-Mead, Associated Students, Inc.
Sophie Karas, Student Involvement
Amanda Stewart, Communications and Media
Deyanire Del Toro, Cross Culture and Gender Center
- NASPA Assessment, Evaluation and Research
- Assessment Commons
- Commission on Institutes of Higher Education
- Association of American Colleges and Universities
- Assessment in Higher Education
- University of Rhode Island Rubric Resources
- University of Rhode Island Developing and Writing Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
- Higher Education Resource Hub
- American Library Association: Outcomes Assessment Resources
- Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Ed
- How To Measure & Monitor Student Success Using Quantitative & Qualitative Data
- Writing & Measuring The Effectiveness Of Student Learning Outcomes For Student Affairs
- Assessment Of Student Learning Strategies For Moving Forward
- Assessing The Effectiveness Of Programs For At Risk Students: Strategies That Work
- Using Measurable Outcomes To Evaluate Tutor Programs
- Creating An Evaluation Process For Online Faculty
- Tracking The Effectiveness Of Your Social Media Marketing Efforts
- Persistence Vs. Retention: Legislation & The Changing Paradigm Of Student Success