The Mount takes pride in its rich history of continuous improvement and accountability for student learning. During its visit in 2006 and 2015, the Higher Learning Commission praised the Mount’s leadership in the area of assessment.

Assessment of student learning takes place at three levels: the baccalaureate level (assessment of our Core Curriculum), program level, and course level. The Mount’s assessment plan is administered by a standing committee of ECFA and overseen by the Assessment Coordinator.

Elizabeth Mason
elected Chair
Jamie Titus
Academic Assessment Coordinator
Director of Institutional Research
Director of Instructional Technology
Faculty Members:
Michael Bindis
Harrison Collier
Lisa Wagner Crews
Jan Maltinsky
Iris Spoor
Monica Warde
Andrew Rosendale

A complementary initiative to assess the effectiveness of programming with the Student Affairs division is overseen by the Dean of Students, Janet Cox. Results are posted in the Student Affairs Assessment Documents page.

General Information

Title Description File type

Use this map to determine whether your course must produce an assessment artifact.


Guidelines for faculty designing courses containing required assessment artifacts



Association of American Colleges and Universities

Other Resources