August 23, 2020
I present to you the final assessment report for the Office of the Registrar for the 2019/20 academic year. This report contains information on how we assessed key learning outcomes, our results supported by data, and an action plan for hopeful improvement. This past year, the Office assessed three learning outcomes (or objectives) on which we, as a student service unit, are going to concentrate our efforts.
This past academic year, we have focused our attention on three key areas:
- posting all degree decisions within 30 days of the end of the semester (outcome #1)
- reducing the number of late reported grades (outcome #4)
- analyzing the impact of the LEVEL override in registration (outcome #5)
The first two two areas are not only important for us as they provide much needed information to students and other departments of the university, but they also are key to keeping the university in compliance with key governmental regulations. The large-scale use of the level override creates problems for departments and for students, and has created difficult operational problems when used inappropriately.
All assessments saw positive results through the work and cooperation of our colleagues in the Schools and Colleges, and the integration of new technology into our processes.
Any comments you have regarding these outcomes, our assessment of them, or other outcomes we may consider for future years can be directed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your feedback is welcome.
Kurt A. Kruschinska
Historical Assessment Reports