Academic Planning and Assessment
Activity within the Division of Academic Affairs is guided by the Academic Affairs Divisional Goals, Utica College's Value of continual improvement in our educational and operational quality, and the Strategic Plan's Institutional Priority:
The Academic Endeavor: We will build our reputation on prominence or distinction in every educational program.
I. Assessment activity within the Division of Academic Affairs is guided by by the general principles contained in the document
Assessing Institutional Effectiveness at Utica College
. The cycles of assessment for each of the levels under the Division of Academic Affairs are detailed in the Academic Assessment Plan
Assessment activities that support Institutional Effectiveness occur at several levels:
- Institutional-Level assessment of the work of the Division of Academic Affairs,
- Program-Level assessment of academic programs and units.
- Course-Level assessment.
II. Assessment of Student Learning is guided by the Academic Assessment Plan and is coordinated by the Academic Assessment Coordinating Committee.
Assessment of Student Learning occurs at three levels:
- Institution-Level Student Learning Goal Assessment of the College's 10 goals of general education,
- Program-Level Student Learning Goal Assessment
- Course-Level Student Learning Goal Assessment
- Academic Assessment Coordinating Committee (AACC) Polices and Procedures Handbook
- Academic Assessment Plan
- Assessment Definitions
- Budget Schedule
- General Education Rubric - Writing
- General Education Rubric - Critical Thinking
- General Education Data Entry - training presentation
- Institution-Level Assessment of Student Learning - General Education Schedule of Rotation
- Program Review Schedule
- Program Assessment Tools