University Assessment

University Assessment

Mission and Purpose

pirate-simpleSeton Hall University embraces the principle that effective and meaningful assessment is an integral part of the educational process. This principle is at the heart of our commitment to meet our responsibilities to our students, professions, and the communities that we serve. More »

Resources

Green CheckAs part of the University's ongoing commitment to support a culture of assessment on campus the University Assessment Center has been established to help academic and administrative units to create and implement assessment plans. The Center serves as the hub for all assessment work, data analysis, data dissemination, planning, and associated research for all academic and co-curricular units. The Center is located in the TLTC in the Walsh Library, Rooms 126A and 126B and can be contacted at assessment@shu.edu. This central location on campus allows a natural connection between assessment (Center), technology (TLTC), and library resources and provides a place for members of the community to gather regularly for assistance, training, and development. For assistance with Student Learning Outcome assessment contact Michael Vigorito, PhD, Director of the University Assessment Center  or Kuldeep Puppala, Assistant Provost for Assessment and Institutional Research. Online University Assessment Resources are also available for review.Online University Assessment Resources are also available for review.  More »

News and Events

University Assessment
2014 Assessment Grant Submissions

Call for Proposals: Competitive Grants to Advance Assessment in University Programs or Departments

University Assessment Plan

AY 2014 –2015 Annual Student Learning Assessment Report Guidelines - Use this form to report a program's annual assessment activities on Student Learning Outcomes. The report is due to the UAC August 31, 2015. Submit the report to assessment@shu.edu.

Example Rubrics for Assessment - Unfamiliar with or looking for rubrics?   This Excel document provides example rubrics that can be adapted for your program’s Student Learning Outcomes assessment project.

These core assessment documents provide a roadmap of the University’s Assessment efforts.

Assessment Committee

Two PeopleThe University Assessment Committee is comprised of faculty and administrators from all schools, colleges and divisions of the University.  Its purpose it to share assessment strategies and results with the larger community to help the University meet its assessment goals and objectives.  More »

Events Calendar

Calendar IconUniversity Assessment Committee Meeting
May 1, 2015 12 – 2 p.m.
           Beck Rooms ABC

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