This first document (Part I) is the short version of the Student Conduct Program self-study conducted in the fall of 2010.
Evaluation and Assessment
This second document (Part II) is the completed Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education Self-Assessment Guide for Student Conduct Programs that was completed in the fall of 2010.
During the 2010-11 academic year, members of SDAG successfully developed Division-wide learning outcomes that articulate the ways in which students will learn and grow as a result of engaging with Student Affairs educators and their programs, services, and resources. Feedback from all members of the DSA was collected and informed this work.
The mission of the Evaluation and Assessment program of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) is to assist in the implementation of evidence-based decision making for various Division programs/departments, while providing support for individual and collective assessment efforts of the Student Development Assessment Group (SDAG).
The Evaluation and Assessment program of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) assists colleagues in making evidence-based decisions for their programs and services. With increased calls for greater accountability in higher education, it is imperative that student affairs educators rely on both empirical and trustworthy data when designing intentional and student-centered learning environments. This program assists DSA staff in demonstrating how effectively they fulfill their department’s mission and desired learning outcomes.