Institutional Research and Assessment
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Who We Are
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is committed to the improvement of educational effectiveness through the assessment of teaching and learning, the evaluation of educational practices and services, and the ongoing reporting of evaluative data for institutional decision making and external reporting.
Our work includes three major areas:
- Enrollment and retention data
- Assessment for state accountability and accreditation
- Research to support institutional planning
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Evergreen One-Year Alumni Survey 2012: A Survey of the Undergraduate Class of 2011
Every other year, the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment surveys undergraduate degree recipients one year after graduation. The survey collects alumni outcomes data such as employment status, graduate or professional school attendance, and involvement in volunteer work. It also asks respondents to rate their level of skill in various work-related areas and to indicate how well their Evergreen education prepared them in those areas. View results from Alumni Survey 2012 (PDF).
National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) 2012
The NSSE assesses the extent to which first-year and senior students engage in educational practices associated with high levels of learning and development. The most recent NSSE took place during spring quarter 2012. View the NSSE 2012 Benchmark Report - Short Summary (PDF) or the full report: NSSE 2012 Benchmark Report (PDF).
End-of-program Review (EPR) 2011-12
The End-of-program Review (EPR) assessment was created to help the college recognize and articulate curricular offerings. Results of the End-of-program Review provide information about content of programs, including information about community-based projects and service learning in programs, compelling intellectual experiences, and successful pedagogical practices. Read what faculty had to say about their 2011-12 programs.