Resources for Assessment
Institutional Assessment Plan and Guide
The Winthrop University Institutional Assessment Plan and Guide is designed to assist faculty, staff and administrators in developing and implementing assessment. The 2014 edition of Winthrop’s IAPG is being updated and will be posted here. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Resource Journals for Higher Education Assessment
The purpose of Academic Program Review (APR) is to ensure that Winthrop University continues a leadership role in offering national-caliber academic programs consistent with emerging best practices. Winthrop University's APR website provides guidelines that were adopted in 2007 and updated in 2011, information on roles and responsibilities, the stages of APR, and Winthrop's APR schedule for future and previous years. The Fall 2007 (Number 105) Association of Institutional Research (AIR) Professional File is the basis for Winthrop's general guidelines for academic program review.
The Winthrop Plan (2006): Winthrop's Nature and Character
The Winthrop Plan is the touchstone of our values and principles, continuously reflecting and informing our daily work.
National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Graduating Senior Survey
Winthrop University’s Department of Accreditation, Accountability and Academic Services, administers a graduating senior survey twice a year, once in December and once in April/May. All August and December baccalaureate degree candidates receive an email invitation from the Registrar to complete the online graduating senior survey in December, one week prior to commencement. All spring baccalaureate degree candidates receive an email invitation from the Registrar to complete the graduating senior survey in April/May. Future plans of degree recipients are reported on Winthrop’s College Portraits web site, http://www.collegeportraits.org/SC/WU/degrees.
National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)
Policies and Procedures
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