The College is ensuring that a culture and infrastructure of college-wide assessment for both curricular and co-curricular student learning outcomes continues and is strengthened.

The Committee for Learning Assessment of Students (CLASs) and the Co-curricular Committee facilitate college-wide assessment.  These committees hold regular meetings, update plans, provide timely professional development training, and share resources to implement processes for strengthening the college’s assessment infrastructure.

The College will host an annual Curricular Assessment day each spring where curricular assessment results will be shared amongst academic units to analyze and reflect upon improvement strategies regarding curriculum and instructional design. Similarly, an annual Co-curricular Assessment Retreat will be hosted each summer where academic units, student services departments, and student life programs will share co-curricular assessment results and discuss opportunities for improved co-curricular activities and experiences.

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