Assessment of student learning occurs at the baccalaureate level (assessment of our Core Curriculum), the program level, the course level and within our co-curricular learning programs. The Mount’s assessment plan is administered by a standing committee of ECFA, the academic assessment committee, and overseen by the Academic Assessment Coordinator.

Elizabeth Mason
elected Chair
 
Jamie Titus
Academic Assessment Coordinator
ex-officio
 
Director of Institutional Research
ex-officio
 
Director of Instructional Technology
ex-officio
 
Faculty Members:
Michael Bindis
Lisa Wagner Crews
Carrie Heheman
Jan Maltinsky
Elijah Pruitt-Davis
Andrew Rosendale
Monica Warde
Jason Weimer
seeking one additional member
 
Staff Members:
Amanda Meeker
Jaimi Cabrera

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.

Core Course Curriculum Map and Rubrics

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

(.xlsx, 13K)

Rubrics currently in use for assessing general learning outcomes mapped into core courses.

(.docx, 72K)

AAC&U

Association of American Colleges and Universities

Guiding principles of assessment from AACU.

AACU's recent work to promote liberal arts learning through development and promotion of learning outcomes and rubrics to share.

Other Resources

compilation of assessment resources created by NILOA (the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment).

Educational Testing Service - provides various tests for purchase to use for assessment of student learning.

If interested in comparing the Mount's assessment plans to other institutions, please check out this resource.

If interested in comparing the Mount's assessment plans to other institutions, please check out this resource.