Student Learning Assessments
Student performance in academic programs is assessed using multiple formative and summative measures. Results are reported annually through the University's clearly defined assessment process, a process focused on continuous, quality improvement.Institutional learning goals are directly assessed in general education course offerings and indirectly measured by institutional surveys.
Institutional Learning Goals
- Students will develop abilities foundational to a liberal arts education and professional study.
- Students will explore multiple disciplinary perspectives to understand the world.
- Students will actively engage antiracist and anti-bias practice toward an inclusive, diverse, and equitable community.
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)
2018 NSSE Results
HEDS First-Destination Survey: Undergraduate
HEDS First-Destination Survey: Graduate
Undergraduate Learning Outcomes: May 2021
Undergraduate Learning Outcomes: December 2021
Undergraduate Learning Outcomes: June 2022
Undergraduate Learning Outcomes: December 2022
NSSE: Perceived Educational Gains 2015, 2018, 2022
6-Year Graduation Rates