The Office of Accreditation, Assessment and Learning (AAL) has compiled many resources and examples of best practices to aid those that are completing assessment reports. These resources can be accessed using the links listed to the left of this page. If there are any additional questions please feel free to reach out to the AAL office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Assessment planning activities;
• Purchase of assessment resources (e.g., books, journals, software) for your department or program;
• Texts or other materials that your department/program may use for curricular change;
• Travel to conferences, workshops, or other sites that will directly assist in curricular or programmatic improvement;
• Stipend for a consultant to work with your department or program on improving the assessment plan that is in place;
• Guest speaker on assessment or programmatic improvement;
• Surveys, focus groups, interviews or external capstone examinations;
• Changes made by departments/programs based on previous assessment results which require extra funds;
• Support a meeting or workshop for faculty, staff, or administrators to review data and develop action plans;
• Stipends for University faculty can only be covered during off-contract times (e.g., summer).
The use of the award and description of its impact should be documented in detail in the program’s upcoming annual assessment report (submitted via Watermark). Recipients may also be asked to share highlights on the AAL website or at assessment-related events.
Applications due October 15
Notification of Awards by December 1
Funds available before end of Academic Year - June 30, 2023