Centrally documenting program assessment plans and P-2 forms ensures better service to our students through this continual improvement process.
The next step to distinguish the University and keep pace with the anticipated NCA/HLC accreditation requirements is to document how each degree program assesses its learning outcomes.
To that end, the assessment planning process should consist of two steps:
The above documents will be collected by May 15th, unless a program requests an extension by April 15th. An extension request can be made in one of the following ways:
We recognize that this process raises more of a challenge for some colleges than others, but want to assure you we are making every effort to support your endeavors. Here is a listing of resources we hope you find useful and are able to forward to your colleagues.
AC Guidance – this website contains guidance pertaining to the University’s program assessment priorities, expectations, and timeline.
CET&L Resources – this website contains resources regarding how to develop, evaluate, and review Program Assessment Plans. http://www.uc.edu/cetl/program-assess.html
eCurriculum Support – this website contains resources and training materials for eCurriculum users regarding how to submit, edit, and review curriculum and program information.