Student Affairs Assessment Committee

The Student Affairs (SA) Assessment Committee is a standing committee established to review and advise the Learning Goals, department learning outcomes, and assessment process and practices.

Roles and Responsibilities

The SA Assessment Committee meets six times (bimonthly) per Academic Year. Terms of service for staff and faculty committee members will be three years. Committee members are responsible for the following: 

  • Understanding the components of the SA Learning Goals to ensure goals are learner-centered and reflective of professional competencies and best practices. 
  • Providing feedback on department learning outcomes to improve outcome alignment with SL Learning Goals and department mission statements. 
  • Revising current assessment processes to develop a culture of assessment in SA that emphasizes betterment, coherence, collaboration, equity, inquiry, and most importantly, the student-learner experience. 
  • Overseeing review of department assessment plans and SA Annual Impact Report for progress. 
  • Actively participating in committee and subcommittee activities and discussions.
  • Promote and advocate for implementation of SA assessment processes to all internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Be aware of potential issues that may challenge the ability of SA departments and staff to effectively engage in the assessment process. 
  • Actively engage with KU students, peers, and colleagues to ensure the Committee is informed and meeting the cocurricular learning needs of student