Assessment

Assessment guides and supports assessment activities within the Division and collaborates with others across the university campus to promote institutional effectiveness. The office provides:

  • Assistance with assessment plan development.
  • Expertise for development, implementation, analysis and interpretation of assessment projects that provide high quality feedback for program improvement.
  • Assistance with research question development and research design.
  • Questionnaire design, survey administration and data analysis.
  • Focus group design, facilitation and analysis.
  • Program evaluations.
  • Quantitative and qualitative data analysis and reporting.
  • Development of custom workshops and trainings for Student Affairs units.
  • Support for StudentVoice and TracDat software programs.

Latest Reports

Transformative Learning in a Campus Residence Hall Museum: The Gallery of Texas Cultures

The Center for Students in Recovery Spring 2012 Assessment

The University of Texas at Austin and the Research University Advantage based on the 2011 Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey

A new study based on a survey of 13,120 UT Austin undergraduates shows that students who are more engaged in research activities have higher GPAs, graduate within four years and plan to attend grad school.Finance and Financial Stressors in the Undergraduate Experience at UT Austin based on the 2011 Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey

Indicators of Student Wellness at UT Austin based on the 2011 Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey

Resources

The University of Texas at Austin Office of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness

Center for Teaching and Learning Assessment

The University of Texas at Austin Institutional Review Board

Office of Information Management and Analysis Statistical Handbook

Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) Survey

Contact Us

Gale Stuart
Director of Assessment
512-232-9608