Welcome to the ACPA Commission for Assessment and Evaluation

Nomination & Commission Directorate Board Elections

The Commission for Assessment and Evaluation is seeking nominations and applications for new Directorate Board members!

Election Timeline:

  • October 10-October 31: CAE Nominations Open
  • November 3, 2019 at 11:59pm: Application Due
  • November 3-November 19: Review CAE nominations and submit information to ACPA International Office.
  • November 20: Slate candidates on CAE website
  • November 20 - December 4: Voting

For more information, please contact CAE Elections Coordinators: Cassie Harrington at cassandra-harrington@uiowa.edu or Becky Hass at hassre@uwplatt.edu

Qualifications:

  • Must be a current ACPA member or willing to join ACPA once elected. You will not be able to assume your position until you have an ACPA membership.
  • Demonstrate skill and knowledge in assessment.
  • Show interest in and enthusiasm for assessment.
  • Current CAE membership is not required. We wish to attract nominees who bring excitement, talent, and expertise!

Responsibilities:

  • Be willing to assume leadership of, and/or participate in, the development of a CAE project. This includes having an interest in presenting or writing about assessment-related topics. We seek to provide resources for both ACPA members and the profession at large
  • Be an active and timely participant in all Directorate discussions via email, telephone, and web-based video communication
  • Contribute and participate in the CAE Directorate activities as a year-round responsibility. Be willing to spend an average of 5 hours a month on CAE projects. Depending on the project, some times of the year will be busier than others
  • Attendance at the annual convention is strongly encouraged, as it is the only face-to-face meeting time for the Directorate
  • May not serve on any other Commission Directorate during the three-year term of office.
 
Vision Statement
ACPA's Commission for Assessment and Evaluation will be an international leader in the development of sound practices and education in student affairs assessment and evaluation.

Mission Statement
The Commission for Assessment and Evaluation promotes assessment skills and knowledge to facilitate and support student learning, development, and effective student affairs practice.

Publications free to our members:

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Accreditation and the Role of the Student Affairs Educator

 Cover Image of ASK Standards Booklet

Assessment In Practice: A Companion Guide to the ASK Standards

 

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