The University Affairs Assessment Committee serves as an advisory group to the Vice President for University Affairs on matters relating to the assessment of student learning and programmatic outcomes in the Division of University Affairs. Specifically, the committee will: Provide leadership and support to assessment initiatives that complement department assessment efforts and measures identified divisional outcomes. Annually review the divisional assessment processes to improve and strengthen the departments' capabilities to undertake assessment. Facilitate sharing of assessment strategies and ways to improve student learning in departments and programs within University Affairs. Review department annual assessment plans and reports and provide feedback to departments to enable continued improvement in the undertaking of quality assessment. Serve as a resource to departments as they conduct assessments and annual reports (workshops, assessment tools, etc.).
The Student Affairs Assessment Committee is chaired by the Dean of Student Affairs. Committee members serve as internal resources for their department/office on assessment and provide leadership to the division in the area of assessment.
Dr. Adam Peck (chair), Assistant Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs
Dr. Hollie Smith, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for Programs
Dr. Michael Walker, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for Support Services
Tiffany Rivers, Director, Disability Services
Brandi Derouen, Asst. Director, Center for Career and Professional Development
Veronica Weaver, Director, Multicultural Affairs
Ken Morton, Director, Campus Recreation
Amy Roquemore, Director, Student Publications and Divisional Media
D'nese Haddox, Associate Director, Residence Life
Emily Jefferson, Assistant Director, Orientation Programs
Jamie Bouldin, Director, Center for Career and Professional Development
Lacy Folsom, Associate Director, Student Engagement
Dr. Peggy Scott, Director, Student Rights and Responsibilities
Goals of the Committee
Establish a standard and consistent assessment across the Division within programs and services; Facilitate the development and assessment of learning outcomes for programs; Assess how students are benefiting and learning from programs and services; Provide information for planning and decision-making; Develop quality assurance measures for programs and services.
If you'd like help in any area of your assessment, contact one of our assessment consultants. The purpose of assessment consultants are to provide information and resources to all departments and programs within the Division of University Affairs.
Annual Assessment Report
Rubrics and other Tools
(2.3) Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness