2016 Student Affairs Assessment Institute
June 21 - June 24, 2016
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
ACPA’s Student Affairs Assessment Institute, sponsored by the Commission for Assessment and Evaluation, provides a guided, curricular experience where participants can develop essential assessment knowledge and skills for their professional toolkit. The Student Affairs Assessment Institute provides a balance of instruction and hands-on experience designed to ensure attendees leave with the assessment skills and knowledge necessary to develop and execute quality assessment plans on their campuses. The Student Affairs Assessment Institute is proud to offer three developmental tracks focused on meeting attendees’ needs (visit the Assessment Tracks for more information):
Division track, and
Specialized Track for Assessing the First-Year Experience – New this Year!
Educational Partner: National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition
The 2016 Student Affairs Assessment Institute has partnered with the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition (NRC) to provide a targeted experience for professionals interested in diving-deep into assessment on the first-year experience. Dr. Jennifer Keup and Dr. Dallin George Young from the National Resource Center will be joining the faculty for this year’s Institute.
Whether you are brand new to assessment, taking on new responsibilities in your individual unit, or charged with developing a division-wide plan for assessment, the ACPA Student Affairs Assessment Institute is the answer for your professional development needs! The Institute is focused on providing developmental assessment knowledge and may not be the best professional development opportunity for more advanced practitioners. If you are unsure whether or not the Institute may be right for you or have general questions, please contact Victoria Livingston, Chair of the 2016 Institute, at [email protected].