Training & Resources

To align assessment with Student Affairs’ Mission, Principles of Community and competencies for the profession and higher education, the following references serve as the guides and theoretical frameworks for Student Affairs’ assessment.

Student Affairs Mission

Student Affairs Principles of Community

Competencies

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

WASC accreditation handbook:

WASC accreditation handbook:

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

WASC accreditation handbook:

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

WASC accreditation handbook:

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

WASC accreditation handbook:

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

WASC accreditation handbook:

Intersection of competencies and theoretical frameworks for assessment

Training Videos

To launch the Assessment Initiative, Dr Gavin Henning from New England College served as the training consultant for the Division of Student Affairs. His training sessions can be accessed below. A Special Thanks to Videographer David Palmer and Brandon James.

April 22, 2014 Assessment Training:

Gavin Henning Training Materials








Books

Culp, Marguerite M. & Dungy, Gwendolyn J., Editors, (2012).

Building a Culture of Evidence in Student Affairs: A Guide for Leaders and Practitioners.

Henning, Gavin, W., Roberts, Darby, and Marilee J. Bresciani Ludvik (2016).

Student Affairs Assessment: Theory to Practice.

Huba, Mary E. & Freed, Jann E. (2000).

Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses.

Jankowski, N. A., & Gianina R. Baker. (2020, June).

Mapping and assessing student learning in student affairs (Occasional Paper No. 45). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment.

Keeling, Richard P., Wall, Andrew F., Underhile, Ric & Dungy, Gwendolyn J. (2008).

Assessment Reconsidered: Institutional Effectiveness for Student Success.

Maki, Peggy L. (2012).

Assessing for Learning: Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution.

Nichols, Karen W., and James Oliver Nichols (2001).

The Department Head's Guide to Assessment Implementation in Administrative and Educational Support Units.

Schuh, John, H., J. Patrick Biddix, et. al. (2016)

Assessment in Student Affairs.

Suskie, Linda, (2018).

Assessing Student Learning: A Common Sense Guide.

Walvoord, Barbara E. (2010).

Assessment Clear and Simple.