The Office of Assessment assists in coordinating efforts for evaluating all aspects of institutional effectiveness for Spring Hill College. The goal of assessment is continuous improvement of student learning and institutional effectiveness in realization of the College’s mission.
The assessment process attempts to ensure that each academic and co-curricular program articulates specified learning outcomes and/or institutional effectiveness objectives and implements a system of assessment to measure these outcomes. The purpose of this evaluation is to ensure that the College is working towards continuous improvement and the attainment of established planning goals.
The Office of Assessment collects data related to student achievement, student engagement, and student and partner satisfaction. The Assessment webpage contains detail regarding the following:
Assessment Policies and Procedures
Departmental Assessment Plans
College-wide Survey Information and Reports
Documents: Information about policies, assessment plans, and institutional-survey reports.
Program Assessment: Program-assessment procedures and document submission.
Core Assessment: Information about Core Learning-Outcomes and assessment.
Summary Listing of Academic Programs: Official list of academic programs.
Defining and Assessing Programs: Internal policy for which programs are assessed according to the normal schedule.
2021–2022 Core Assessment: Information about assessing Core outcomes in the 2021–22 academic year.
Further Information and Inquiries
The Faculty Director of Institutional Research and Assessment is Dr. Tom Metcalf. You can email Dr. Metcalf at firstname.lastname@example.org.