The summative five-year reporting process ensures that faculty engages with the full range of direct and indirect student assessment data and elicits a report that is a product of their thoughtful analysis of, reflection on and response to these data in context.

For undergraduate programs, faculty review and report five years of data for key courses on enrollment, grades and course evaluations as well as results from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).

For graduate programs, the report emphasizes student progression rates, providing five years of data for key courses and five years of data on enrollment, retention, and attainment of milestones such as the passage of comprehensive exams and completing degrees.

Graduate Programs

School of Architecture and Planning
School of Arts and Sciences School of Canon Law
School of Engineering
Columbus School of Law
Metropolitan School of Professional Studies
Benjamin T. Rome School of Music
School of Nursing
School of Philosophy
School of Theology & Religious Studies
National Catholic School of Social Service - MAPhD
School of Business & Economics