Learning assessment is an important element in providing the most effective instruction possible for our students.


We will announce additional resources as they become available. Suggestions are welcome. Please send them to your division's representative on the assessment committee or Neil Albert.


We are pleased to announce the availability of funds to limit the impact of financial constraints on departments' efforts to improve their learning assessment activities.

Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding learning assessment, or are seeking feedback on your own learning assessment plans, please contact:


Associate Provost for Institutional Analysis; University Registrar
103 Lathrop Hall
Dean of Academic and Curricular Affairs; William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences