SAAC Reports

All departments should have submitted a Student Achievement Assessment Committee (SAAC) Program Assessment Plan and Reporting Cycle document. These plans contain the program learning outcomes, information about the approval and communication of the learning outcomes, and a multi-year learning outcome assessment plan, with corresponding rational and schedule.

Click on the links below to view and download the form or rubric:
SAAC Program Assessment Plan & Reporting Cycle Form
SAAC Program Assessment Plan & Reporting Cycle Rubric

As noted in the SAAC Program Assessment Plans, each department will either submit a SAAC Short-Form or a SAAC Long-Form annually depending upon their reporting cycle. The forms should be used by program faculty for strategic planning, the submission of future SAAC reports, and accreditation or program review. The main goal of assessment or “assurance of learning” is to improve the effectiveness of our academic and co-curricular programming.

If you have any questions about programmatic assessment reporting, please see your SAAC representative or the Associate Director of the Office of Academic Assessment Jessica Turos.

SAAC Short-Form
The purpose of the short-form assessment report is to identify and describe the programmatic Learning Outcomes that were assessed this academic year and how the results are being applied to improve programs.  Key to an exemplary assessment program is demonstrating how the student achievement data that has been collected is being used to improve the degree program.  The purpose programmatic assessment is to collect data at the course level for the improvement of program.  Student and faculty names should not be included in the report.

Click on the links below to view and download the Short-Form Assessment Report or Short-Form Rubric:
SAAC Short-Form Assessment Report Guidelines
SAAC Short-Form Assessment Report
SAAC Short-Form Assessment Report Rubric

SAAC Long-Form
The goal of the long-form assessment report is to describe the assessments completed during past academic years and how the results are being applied to improve programs. Key to an exemplary assessment program is demonstrating how the student achievement data that has been collected is being used to improve the degree program. Information and data reporting using the short-form assessment reports and accreditation/program review should be utilized in completing the SAAC Long-Form Assessment Report.

Click on the links below to view and download the Long-Form Assessment Report or Long-Form Rubric:
SAAC Long-Form Assessment Report Guidelines
SAAC Long-Form Assessment Report
SAAC Long-Form Assessment Report Rubric