Co-curricular assessment results from 2013-14 were used to enhance the student learning experiences, programs and assessment work across the Division of Student Affairs.

Co-curricular Assessment Results

Thirty-three Contact Leads continually assess student learning in programs and services across the Division of Student Affairs. During 2013-14, the leads submitted examples of anticipated competencies for students involved in co-curricular experiences. Student outcomes data are updated and posted quarterly for learning in the division domains of Civic & Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Diversity & Global Consciousness, Professional & Administrative Skills, and Personal Responsibility.   Please see Assessment Plans and Results for detailed learning outcomes and results at: http://sites.uci.edu/saslo/resources/.

 

Additional indicators:

A majority of departments and programs within the Division of Student Affairs systematically assess student learning from co-curricular experiences.

Co-curricular Assessment Results

 

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Contact Leads primarily use direct approaches to assess student learning from co-curricular experiences.

 

Contact Leads approaches to assess student learning from co-curricular experiences

* percentages reflect the primary types of assessment approaches planned by Contact Leads (e.g., direct approaches using tests or performance observations with or without rubrics, or indirect approaches using surveys or focus groups, etc.) for 74 learning outcome examples in 2013-14 and for 62 learning outcome examples identified to-date for 2014-15.

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