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Summary Reports

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Report Title Brief Description Sponsoring Department Summary Report Highlights Completed
Assessment Boot Camp May 2016

In 2016, Student Life Studies developed and hosted its first Assessment Boot Camp on May 24, 2016. Assessment Boot Camp was an all-day professional development opportunity for division staff members. The training covered the assessment cycle, assessment processes, designing quality assessment instruments, and understanding assessment results. Student Life Studies used multi modal assessment instruments, including surveys, rubrics, and document review to measure (both directly and indirectly) participants' learning and the effectiveness of Assessment Boot Camp. The attached report summarizes the results of those assessments.

Student Life Studies   08/15/2016
Assessment Training Series Fall 2015 – Spring 2016

One goal for Student Life Studies is to educate and develop staff within the Division of Student Affairs about assessment. To accomplish this goal, the department coordinated a series of training workshops throughout the year for division staff members. The following assessment topics were covered during the 2015-2016 academic year:

Using assessment results for program/service improvements
Selecting the best assessment method
Understanding quantitative and qualitative data
Documenting student learning
Sharing assessment results
Using assessment results to create action plans

Student Life Studies wanted to assess the session participants to understand the effectiveness of the workshops and the intended learning outcomes. The attached report summarizes the results of the variety of assessments used by Student Life Studies during the sessions in 2015-2016.

Student Life Studies   07/29/2016
Assessment Boot Camp: Scaling Up Your Assessment

Assessment Boot Camp: Scaling Up Your Assessment (https://studentlifestudies.tamu.edu/learning-center/assessment-boot-camp-scaling-up-your-assessment/) was an advanced half-day professional development opportunity for division staff members. The training focused on determining the most appropriate assessment method, designing good questions, and interpreting analyzed results. Student Life Studies wanted to assess the Assessment Boot Camp participants to understand the effectiveness of the training and determine if the identified learning outcomes were met.

Student Life Studies   07/23/2018
Division of Student Affairs Needs Assessment - Spring 2018

Student Life Studies provides training and educational workshops on a variety of assessment topics for staff members in the Division of Student Affairs. In order to meet the needs of staff members, Student Life Studies conducts a survey every three years to understand staff members’ experiences and needs related to assessment. Student Life Studies uses this information to develop training programs and resources for the Division of Student Affairs. This is the fourth year Student Life Studies has conducted this survey; the previous surveys were completed in the summers of 2009, 2012, and 2015.

Student Life Studies   09/20/2018
Customer Service Surveys for Student Life Studies

Student Life Studies wanted to assess the clients who utilized the department’s services to understand their satisfaction and how they use assessment results in making program improvements. Student Life Studies has conducted various forms of a client assessment since 2005.

Student Life Studies   10/02/2018
Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) 2017: Political Views

The Student Experience in the Research University (SERU), a national survey provided to all Texas A&M undergraduate students in spring 2017. Students were asked a series of questions about their political beliefs, experiences, and interactions with others who might have different political views.

Student Life Studies   10/05/2018
Graduating Senior Survey 17-18 Involvement

The Graduating Senior Survey was administered to students receiving a bachelor’s degree in the academic year 2017-2018. Several questions asked about leadership and involvement. The results indicate that, on average, graduating seniors held leadership position in one organization and were actively involved in 2.7 organizations while at Texas A&M. The results are disaggregated by gender, first generation status, and ethnic origin.

Student Life Studies   10/05/2018
Quality of Life Survey Fall 2016, Graduate and Professional Student Council

The report summarizes the results of the Quality of Life survey sent to graduate and professional students during the fall of 2016, sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC). The report includes results pertaining to three topics of the English Proficiency Exam, Vending Machine/Food Options on campus, Funding/General Issue. Report also highlights general demographic data of those students sent and responding to the survey.

Student Organization   01/13/2017
Grad Camp 2017

The Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC) sponsor Grad Camp every fall that brings together new graduate students for a once in a lifetime learning and network experience in Aggieland. GPSC held two Grad Camps in the fall of 2017; August 17 and August 24, 2017. The summary report provides the results of the assessment of campers during both Grad Camp, and the counselors who participated in the program.

Student Organization   01/31/2018
The Big Event 2017 Community and Participant Surveys

The Big Event (TBE), committee of the Student Government Association (SGA) worked with Student Life Studies in 2017 to send out satisfaction surveys to both the Community members receiving the services of TBE and the student participants providing services on the day. The majority of both the community members and the participants were positive regarding their experience with TBE 2017.

Student Organization   03/13/2018
TAMU Career Closet Patron Satisfaction Survey Spring 2017

The Student Government Association sponsors the TAMU Career Closet, which provides various business attire available for rent to students for up to five business days. The assessment measures the satisfaction of student patrons of the TAMU Career Closet during the spirng of 2017.

Student Organization   07/11/2017
Student Research Week (SRW) 2017

The Graduate and Professional Student Council (formerly the Graduate Student Council) created Student Research Week (SRW) as a one-day poster event in 1994. This year, the program celebrated its 20th annual research extravaganza March 27-30, 2017. Feedback was collected from the judges and participants who participated in SRW programs. This report covers the responses from both groups

Student Organization   05/26/2017
Gilbert Leadership Conference Participant Evaluation November 2016

The Gilbert Leadership Conference (GLC) is a committee of the Student Government Association (SGA)./), The Gilbert Leadership Conference is a seven-week leadership development program based on three pillars: character, service, and involvement. Thirty-two freshmen delegates are selected in late September, and their experience culminates with a 4-day conference, held November 17 - 20 2016. A pre-conference evaluation and conference evaluation were developed to understand the delegates’ experience in the weeks leading up to the conference as well as the actual conference. The attached report summarizes the results of those evaluations.

Student Organization   12/19/2016
Aggie Replant Day Participant Survey Fall 2016

Replant Day is coordinated by the Replant committee, part of the Student Government Association at Texas A&M University. It is a one day environment service project open to all Texas A&M students, providing them an avenue for environmental service by participating in a yearly tree planting event throughout the Bryan/College Station community. The attached report summarizes the results of the survey used to assess participants' experiences with Replant Day held on October 17, 2016.

Student Organization   11/21/2016
Grad Camp 2016

Grad Camp is an extended orientation event hosted by the Graduate and Professional Student Council (student organization) every fall that brings together new graduate and professional students in effort to familiarize them with Texas A&M University campus, traditions and resources available to them on campus during their student experience in Aggieland. Current graduate students serve as counselors. The attached report summarizes the results of the surveys sent to counselors and participants to assess their experience with Grad Camp.

Student Organization   11/21/2016
Report Title Brief Description Sponsoring Department Summary Report Highlights Completed
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