The Office of Assessment and Undergraduate Studies is primarily responsible for student success. The areas within the office that facilitate student success are the professional and faculty advisers, the Center for Academic Success Programs (CASP) and the Office of Faculty Development (OFD). The Associate Provost for Assessment and Undergraduate Studies works with the Faculty Senate, the Graduate College and various university administrators to coordinate all efforts related to assessment of student learning and general education. In addition, the associate provost works closely with the Registrar’s Office as the curriculum manager for the university.
The mission of the Office of Assessment and Undergraduate Studies is to take the lead in assisting faculty, staff, administrators and students:
Download assessment information from the Higher Learning Commission
Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning (American Association for Higher Education)
|February 27 - March 1, 2014||AAC & U General Education and Assessment: Disruptions, Innovations, and Opportunities||Portland OR|
|Friday, March 21, 2014||WMU Assessment in Action Day Conference||9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m., Fetzer Center Conference Site|
|April 11-15, 2014||North Central Association Higher Learning Commission (HLC) 2014 Annual Conference||Chicago, IL|