The Faculty Senate Committee for the Assessment of Student Learning provides guidance for programs in terms of assessment plans, assessment reporting and the selection of university wide assessment instruments. At UW Oshkosh, assessment takes place at the course, program and university levels to determine if students are meeting the university learning outcomes. Assessment results are shared in the Oshkosh Student Achievement Report designed to communicate the results of the many campus assessments. The committee adopted the following definition of assessment, a systematic means of ascertaining the fit between our expectations (what we intend) and students’ actual achievement of those expectations. The assessment process is guided by and anchored in intellectual curiosity about the collective efficacy of our educational practices. Peggy Maki, 2009
University Studies Committee: see Faculty Senate Committees
Faculty Senate Committee on Assessment of Student Learning: see Faculty Senate Committees
Student Affairs Assessment Team: The Division of Student Affairs Assessment Team is made up of representatives from each department in the Division. The Team meets monthly to share ideas, assessments, & outcomes. The Team also coordinates timing of assessments and collaborates on assessments to avoid survey fatigue. Each member is the liaison to their department and is responsible for encouraging, developing, and coordinating assessments within their department.
University Assessment Plan
- University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Assessment Plan [PDF]
(Approved by Faculty Senate on May 15, 2013; Addendum 2016)
- Expectations for Biennial Program Assessment Report [PDF]
- Criteria to Evaluate Assessment Program [PDF]
Find assessment information and student learning outcomes at the Office of Institutional Research website.