Student Learning Assessment Reports
Marymount's academic programs are required to submit annual reports on the results of their assessment of program-level student learning outcomes and the ways in which they have used those results to identify strategies for continuous improvement. These reports are evaluated by the University Assessment Committee, which provides feedback to programs on the effectiveness of their assessment processes and ways in which those processes might be strengthened. Every six years, programs are required to undergo a comprehensive review.
Programs with a strong track record of effective assessment may apply to move to a two-year reporting cycle. In addition, programs that are undergoing review are not required to submit a report during the year of the review.
Assessment and Program Review Schedule (as of Spring 2019)
1=Program is conducting a periodic review.
2=Program is on a two-year reporting cycle.
3=There are no students currently enrolled in the program.
For additional information on student learning assessment at Marymount, please contact the Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.