Student Learning - Institution Level

Student Learning - Institution Level

Student Learning Assessments


Direct Assessments

Written Communication: ENG 101 (Fall 2018)
Written Communication: ENG 101 & 102 (Spring 2019)
Written Communication: ENG 101 & 102/upper-level writing intensive courses (Fall 2019)
Critical Reasoning (2017-2018)
Literature, Art & Culture (Fall 2018)
Quantitative Literacy (2016-2017)


Indirect Assessments 

2018 NSSE Results
HEDS First-Destination Survey: Undergraduate
HEDS First-Destination Survey: Graduate

Key Findings 

82% of graduates agreed/strongly agreed that Utica College contributed to their ability to communicate information and attitudes.

85% of graduates agreed/strongly agreed that Utica College contributed to their ability to draw fruitful conclusions between topics and ideas to create new understanding. 

81% of graduates agreed/strongly agreed that Utica College contributed to their ability to interpret quantitative information and present information in quantitative forms. 

80% of graduates agreed/strongly agreed that Utica College contributed to their ability to understand the nature and origins of the social world and their ability to operate in it. 



Contact Us

Ann E. Damiano

Ann E. Damiano

Dean of Academic Assessment
127 White Hall
aedamian@utica.edu
(315) 223-2568

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