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Assessment of Student Learning

Office of Assessment
Kansas State University
226 Anderson Hall
919 Mid-Campus Drive N.
Manhattan, KS 66506-0110

785-532-3429
assessment@ksu.edu

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Data and Survey Results

Summary Reports

 

Dashboards

 
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Beginning in 2014, direct measures from programs and indirect measures from surveys were combined into unified reports to summarize student achievement for institutional student learning outcomes.  Click below to access each yearly report:

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View interactive dashboards that show outcomes, measures, survey results, and other assessment data.  The dashboards are meant to allow K-State faculty, staff, and administrators to see useful assessment results without having to dig through sets of tables.  Data is updated as new information is obtained, so check back often.

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Surveys

  • Senior Survey

     

    The Senior Survey is designed to give undergraduate students the opportunity to reflect upon their K-State experiences.  This information is used to improve the college experience for future students by identifying strengths in our programs as well as areas that need further development. The survey includes issues relating to satisfaction with K-State regarding academic programs, intellectual and personal growth, student services, and preparation for a career or a graduate/professional school.

     

  • Alumni Survey

     

    The Alumni Survey is designed to give graduates an opportunity to reflect upon their years at K-State one year after graduation.  This information is used to improve the college experience for future students by identifying strengths in our programs as well as areas that need further development.  The survey includes issues relating to satisfaction with K-State regarding academic programs, intellectual and personal growth, student services, and preparation for a career or a graduate/professional school.

     

  • GTA Communication

    To help ensure that K-State Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) have adequate communication skills to be effective in the classroom or lab, a survey is administered to the students in their class(es) early in their first semester of teaching.  Each semester, communication skills are assessed for all GTAs who are teaching a course or a lab at K-State for the first time as the primary instructor or who have significant interaction with students.

  • Academic Advising Survey

    The advising survey gathers student feedback so that K-State, through its colleges and advisors, can improve advising, making it a model for other institutions of higher learning. 

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