The Assessment Council is charged with identifying assessment issues, developing policy recommendations, facilitating assessment activities, and promoting the adoption of best practices in assessment. The Assessment Council conducts its activities in accord with the principles contained in Assessment at Indiana State University: A Conceptual Framework and in recognition that the ultimate responsibility for academic assessment belongs to the faculty and the responsibility for assessment of non-academic units resides with the administrators and managers.
The Assessment Council will conduct an annual review of assessment activities at ISU to demonstrate the progress of these activities as well as to document progress toward creating a culture of assessment in both academic and non-academic areas. To ensure that the assessment guidelines, framework, and processes are of greatest use and value to the university and the individuals and programs engaged in assessment, the Assessment Council welcomes feedback concerning institutional assessment policy recommendations and assessment activities.
Spring 2015 University Assessment Council meeting dates. All meetings start at 1:00.