The Division of Student Affairs is committed to the holistic education of students through intentional interactions and learning experiences that develop engaged citizens and dedicated professionals who contribute to their communities.
Assessment of student learning is critical to the mission of the Division of Student Affairs. Students often report that their learning and development from co-curricular experiences is equally as important to them as their curricular learning. These experiences may range from structured programs and services to informal interactions to established relationships. To review a complete list of assessment from the Division of Student Affairs, please review our Assessment Calendar.
Through their interaction with the Division of Student Affairs, students will acquire and develop skills, knowledge, and attitudes in three learning dimensions:
What We Spotted
Information gathered from Student Affairs assessment is shared widely across campus. What We Spotted is a regular publication that highlights interesting or important assessment data aimed at raising awareness of the student experience. Read through our past editions:
- January 2014- Bbeginning College Survey of Student Engagement & National Survey of Student Engagement
- November 2013- Revised Division Learning Objectives, Resident Assistant Training, Move-in , & New Student Orientation & Wentworth Opening Week
- June 2013- Orientation Edition
- May 2013- 2012 Employment & Graduate School Report, AlcoholEdu for First-year Students, & Campus Discipline System
- 2012 Residential Life Satisfaction Survey
- 2012 Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement
- 2012 Fall American College Health Association National College Health Assessment Executive Summary
- 2012 Community Standards Executive Summary
- 2012 Spring Student Satisfaction Inventory