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A. Recurring Reports

1. College Student Needs Assessment Surveys

2. Student Exit Surveys -- Institutional Results

3. General Education Report Quantitative Reasoning

4. General Education Report Written Communication

5. HU Assessment Dashboard

6. Alumni Outcomes Assessment Project 2015
It is essential that every institution of higher education gauge how well it has prepared its students to reach their educational, developmental, and professional goals. Alumni can provide critical information on institutional level outcomes. Often, institutions of higher education use appraisals of what alumni have accomplished in the years after degree completion as the foundation of the outcomes approach to alumni assessment. The OIAE led this first of its kind comprehensive project to gather a broad range of important information aimed at providing stakeholders with evidence for decision making. Click here to download

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B. Occasional Reports

Technical Report for the 2008 Howard University Self-Study Surveys -- July 2008
In preparation for Howard University's reaffirmation of its accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education in 2009, the Office of Institutional Assessment and Evaluation (OIAE), in collaboration with the University Self-Study Office and Steering Committee, developed and administered surveys to four stakeholder groups - students, faculty, senior and middle-level administrators, and staff. The administration of the surveys occurred near the end of the Spring Semester 2008


Outcomes Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness -- July 2009
Increasingly, colleges and universities are being required or encouraged by higher education agencies to implement outcomes assessment programs for accountability to stakeholders and as a way of monitoring and improving institutional effectiveness with a special focus on student learning. Most observers agree that what is needed is systematic, data-driven, comprehensive approach to outcomes assessment that includes direct and indirect measures that yield valid and reliable information about student learning.


Howard University Department of Athletics -- 2008


Customer Service Satisfaction Surveys

C. Research and Evaluation Studies

  1. Self-Assessed Pluralistic Orientation of First-Year Students at Our Great University (OGU) and Institutions of Similar Mission
    This study of selected longitudinal CIRP Freshman Survey data was presented by Drs. Wallace and Hughes in poster format at the 2015 Conference of the Research Association of Minority Professors held in Washington, DC. Click here to download

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