Assessment Practice in Student Affairs: An Applications Manual
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Why Assessment in Student Affairs?
Steps in the Assessment Process.
Conducting Focus Groups.
Designing and Selecting Quantitative Instruments.
How to Conduct Mail-Out Surveys.
Telephone Surveys (B. Moore).
Web-Based Data Collection (T. Wortman & M. Upcraft).
Assessing Learning Outcomes.
Assessing Cost Effectiveness (K. Kennedy, et al.).
Assessment and Accreditation.
Drop Out Assessment.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICE AREAS.
Assessing Student Academic Success (L. Shibley & M. Upcraft).
Assessing Group Educational Programs.
Assessing First-Year Programs (J. Crissman & M. Upcraft).
Assessing Campus Recreation Programs.
Assessing an Office of Financial Aid.
Assessing Admissions Programs.
Assessing Residence Life Programs.
Assessing College Unions.
Assessing Health Services (M. Spear).
Assessing Career Services (J. Rayman).
Assessing Counseling Centers (Dennis Heitzmann & K. Nafziger).
Assessing an Office of Student Conduct.
Assessing Greek Life.
Arranging for a Consultant.
Strategies for Implementing an Assessment Program.
Resources: Review of Selected Assessment Instruments.
"In an era of increased accountability, this volume is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding and developing assessments that can demonstrate the efficacy of their programs and services. A perfect sequel to Assessment in Student Affairs." —Charles C. Schroeder, vice chancellor for student affairs, University of Missouri-Columbia
"This essential companion to Assessment in Student Affairs describes assessment tools and a step-by-step approach for use in any student affairs unit. The treatment of cost effectiveness as a component to program assessment is particularly helpful." —Trudy W. Banta, vice chancellor for planning and institutional improvement, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
"If you liked their first book, you will absolutely love this one. Schuh and Upcraft strike it rich again by providing practical and proven strategies for getting assessment done. They tell us when, where, how, and why we should conduct assessments differently within a wide variety of student service departments. Read and apply!" —Gary R. Hanson, professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Arizona State University
"Assessment in Student Affairs was an important resource for faculty who teach good assessment practices. This volume is an even more comprehensive and useful teaching tool that can benefit every student in the field." —Michael J. Cuyjet, associate professor, University of Louisville