Findings & Reports

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The Spotlight – Student Affairs Monthly Updates

Student Affairs Snapshot/Annual Report Presentations

NASPA Consortium Studies

The NASPA Assessment & Knowledge Consortium is a collection of assessment instruments focused on key areas within Student Affairs. Participating campuses can select assessments to administer during an academic year based on campus priorities. Consortium studies are designed to provide colleges and universities with actionable campus-specific and benchmarking data to shape and enhance programming inside and outside the classroom. The 2014 – 2022 Consortium study schedule can be viewed here.

Project CEO

Project CEO: Co-Curricular Experience Outcomes is a national study Campus Labs administers about co-curricular experiences.

Its purpose is to determine to what extent students believe they are gaining the 12 skills identified as most desirable by employers in new college graduates by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. The study will further investigate whether students believe they are gaining these skills from their involvement in co-curricular activities, from their classes, from internships/practical experiences, from student employment on campus, or from employment off campus.

Culture of Evidence

Effectiveness Reports

The CallOut

The Callout magazine is a publication that comes out twice a year from Student Affairs – one edition focuses on student stories while the other reflects on facts and figures for each year. The Annual Report version of The Callout is posted on this Assessment & Strategic Planning website. It provides a look back on the past year and highlights some of the fine work from the division.

Last modified: February 12, 2021