Assessment has been a key focus for undergraduate education at NC State University since the early 1990s. For approximately the last 10 years, assessment responsibilities have been separated into three areas: graduate academic program assessment, undergraduate academic program assessment, and student affairs assessment. In July 2011, the DUAP and Student Affairs assessment offices merged into one office and reports to the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA).
- Five professional staff and one graduate student staff (Org Chart)
- Provide leadership in the area of General Education Competency Assessment, Undergraduate Academic Assessment and the assessment of programs in DASA
- Facilitate the external review of undergraduate academic programs through the Undergraduate Academic Comprehensive Program Review Process
- Facilitate research and assessment processes to serve DASA’s mission of supporting the whole student, including: student surveys, student success research, and Retention Foundations Assessment.
- Fulfill data requests from units and leadership in DASA in support of data-informed decision making
- Consult with the Council on Undergraduate Education and the University Council on Courses and Curricula
- Maintain records necessary for compliance with SACS accreditation for General Education and DASA programs
- Offer program and department level consulting for faculty and staff
- Facilitate workshops
- Research special topics
- Division of Academic & Student Affairs (40 units participate)
- 105 Undergraduate Academic Programs
- 21 Undergraduate Academic Certificates
- General Education Program