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Important Update:

The university is operating at Level 2 for the first two weeks of classes for the spring 2022 semester.

For classes, this means faculty will have the discretion to choose a fully remote format, hybrid format or fully in-person format. Masks will be mandatory the first two weeks for in-person classes, with faculty offering a plan for students unable to attend in person. These changes begin for classes Jan.12.

Visit the COVID-19 website to report a positive test, symptoms or exposure, for vaccine and testing information and for other COVID-19 resources. 

The Office of Institutional Assessment provides a wide range of services to Academic and Student Affairs departments and units. Examples of services provided include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Collection and maintenance of data on student learning, student self-assessment, and student satisfaction;
  • Collection and distribution of data from the Student Perception of Instructional Effectiveness (SPIE) survey;
  • Consultation with faculty and professional staff on all matters related to the assessment of student learning and student perception;
  • Expertise on nationally-normed and locally-developed survey design and data analysis;
  • Creation and dispersal of assessment reports to relevant stakeholders; and, 
  • Assessment services and consultation to facilitate the implementation of clear, meaningful and useful assessment strategies.

To request assistance from the Office of Institutional Assessment, submit a request at least five days prior to the project start date.