Student Affairs Assessment

Student Affairs Assessment

Placeholder photoThe Bloomsburg University Student Affairs Assessment Team has developed the following Student Learning Domains in order to measure student learning outside the classroom:

  1. Core Communications Skills
  2. Critical Thinking
  3. Understanding Society and Culture
  4. Intrapersonal Development, Ethics, and Values
  5. Interpersonal Development
  6. Civic Engagement and Community Development

By assessing our programs and services we hope we will be able to create and/or improve the educational opportunities provided by the Division of Student Affairs to our students.

Jim McCormack
Acting Vice President for Student Affairs
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Assessment Projects

Featured Assessments

Program: Interfraternity Council / Panhellenic Council

Students will be able to:

  • articulate the role of civic engagement and social justice as it applices to the obilgations of Fraternal membership
  • demonstrate the leadership skills necessary to collaborate with members of different chapter affiliations and councils that leade to collective action and positive change
  • incorporate personal and organizational fraternal values while engaging in decision-making and role modeling that support the application of those values

Program: Peer Awareness With Students (PAWS)

Students will be able to:

  • acquire basic knowledge about health, well-being and how alcohol and other drugs interfere
  • acquire the skills in peer mentoring / education as outlined in the BACCHUS training course

Program: Club Sport Officers

Students will be able to:

  • identify and articulate their leadership style
  • understand risk components of club management as outlined by Club Sport Office
  • apply concepts of marketing communication as a tool for member recruitment and retention

Program: Varsity Athletics

Student-Athletes will be able to:

  • prioritize commitments and time management skills
  • communicate their learning experience
  • prioritize goals and the steps it will take to reach them

Recent Assessments

Program: Graduate Hall Director Training

Graduate Hall Directors will be able to:

  • write clear and concise incident reports
  • design and develop a residence hall program using the department's programming model
  • demonstrate emergency response protocol in a crisis incident

Program: Card Center Student Technicians

Students will be able to:

  • develop and demonstrate a variety of customer service skills
  • develop and demonstrate skills needed to properly use computer software and related technologies
  • recognize the diverse backgrounds and varying skill sets of their peers while fostering strong interpersonal relationships

Program: Student Judicial Process

Students who participate in the University judicial process will be able to:

  • convey to the community which was impacted by their behavior and describe the impact
  • list three opportunities to become and involved and active member of the on-campus community
  • list three solutions and/or alternate activities for avoiding the situation which led them to participate in the judicial process
  • list two resources on or off-campus where they can find academic, social or other support