Assessment of Student Learning
Welcome to the University of Michigan-Flint Assessment of Student Learning Web Site
The University of Michigan-Flint is accredited by the North Central Association of Collegs and Schools as well as many other program-specific organizaitons.
The university, in its commitment ot continuous improvement and the accreditation process, designs and implements assessment measures and reports the results to its accrediting bodies, internal constituents, and the public at large. Students, faculty, and staff are engaged in the asessment process to achieve greater responsiveness to the changing needs of the students, graduates and greater society.
This website provides information on assessment plans and activities at the University fo Michigan-Flint. It is intended for a wide range fo constituents to demonstrate and open communication pattern and encourage dialogue about areas of strength and strategies for imrpovement. It also offers some useful resources and links related to the assessment of student learning.
The Associate Provost and Dean of Undregraduate Studies oversees academic assessment and institutional accreditation for undergraduate programs, including:
- Working with schools/colleges to ensure student outcomes assessment data are used to document needs for appropriate curricular and institutional changes and to track implementation of those changes
- Submit annual reports on assessment to institutional stake holders
- Providing leadership to respond to requirements for accreditation by the HLC as well as specialized areas within the discipline
- Keep deans, faculty, and other campus constituents informed on accreditation and assessment issues