The Office of Planning Institutional Effectiveness conducts annual student learning assessments, administrative assessments, and program reviews to improve the educational experience of Marymount students.
Student Learning Assessment
Student learning assessment is the systematic examination of student learning in a degree program. The goal of student learning assessment is to continue improving the academic quality of the institution. By examining student outcomes, Marymount is able to assure its effectiveness relative to its educational mission.
The following reports provide an annual analysis by academic programs to assess student learning relative to faculty-defined outcomes. You may also access guides, templates, and examples of writing student learning assessment reports using Adobe Acrobat Reader or Microsoft Word.
Guides, Templates, and Examples
Administrative Assessment Reports
An annual division-wide reporting of assessment and planning activities.
A five-year comprehensive evaluation of academic programs led by the faculty, which assesses the effectiveness of the program and establishes an action plan for the next five years.
University Assessment Committee
The University Assessment Committee
reviews and evaluates student learning and administrative assessment reports to ensure the usefulness of the results. The Academic Policy, Budget, and Planning (APBP) Committee of Faculty Council uses Program Review results of long-term planning.