Subcommittee Membership & Term of Office
The Assessment of Student Learning Subcommittee shall be composed of five voting members. The chair of the Assessment of Student Learning Subcommittee shall be elected by its membership each year. Members with two-year terms, staggered by lot, are specified as follows:
- Two faculty members from the College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences
- One faculty member from the College of Business Administration
- One faculty member from the College of Education
- One student representative
- Ex-officio, non-voting member
- Coordinator for Assessment of Student Learning
- Director of the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
The Assessment of Student Learning Subcommittee provides guidance on the extent and type of academic assessment initiatives. The specific responsibilities of the Assessment of Student Learning Subcommittee, as formulated by the UEPC (University Educational Policies Committee), are as follows:
Consult with and make recommendations to the UEPC regarding assessment policy and procedure.
Make recommendations to the UEPC regarding the mission and scope of assessment plans to promote and improve student learning and the implementation of those plans within the Universitys academic programs.
Advise the Coordinator for Assessment of Student Learning in identifying programmatic and resource needs and promoting means to fulfill these needs.
Establish meeting dates by semester, to be published to the campus community. Submit agendas and meeting minutes to the Recording Secretary of the UEPC and transmit all agendas and meeting minutes to the campus community via electronic networks.
Maintain a close working relationship with the Academic Program Review Subcommittee
Submit an annual year-end report to the UEPC, to include a summary of the years events and recommendations for follow-up actions.
Approved by UEPC 03/08/01