The Office of Student Affairs Assessment serves The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the Division of Student Affairs by providing the leadership and expertise to advance a culture of evidence upon which the effectiveness of division programs, services, and initiatives are based while maximizing opportunities for student learning.
Guided by student development theory in conjunction with CAS Standards, regional accrediting standards, and current best practices, the Office of Student Affairs Assessment is committed to creating an ethos of active and intentional assessment planning for the purposes of program improvement and accountability.
Measuring a Culture of Evidence (PDF)
Spurlock, R.S. & Johnston, A.J. (2012). Measuring a Culture of Evidence. In M. Culp & G. Dungy (Eds.), Building a Culture of Evidence (p. 65). Washington, DC: NASPA.
Capture a Student Learning Outcome in Action - Share a Story
This brief online form is an effort to gather anecdotal examples of student learning outcomes resulting from Student Affairs programs or offerings. UNCG Student Affairs staff are invited to share by clicking on “share a story” above.