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|Report Title||Brief Description||Sponsoring Department||Summary Report||Completed|
|Hullabaloo U Lesson - My Aggie Wellness Journey 2022-2023|
Student Life Health Promotion (HP) staff offered 2022 Hullabaloo U instructors a series of 40-minute lessons to facilitate as part of the Hullabaloo U curriculum during their fall 2022 courses. The first lesson, My Aggie Wellness Journey, was intended to be delivered between August 24, 2022, and September 30, 2022. Students participating in the lesson were offered an open link or a QR code to access a survey at the end of the lesson, which assessed whether the students met the learning outcomes and whether they were receptive to and participated in lesson activities. The attached report summarizes the results of the assessment.
|LGBTQ+ Pride Center Presentation Evaluation Survey 2021-2022|
The LGBTQ+ Pride Center (formerly the GLBT Resource Center) wanted to measure the satisfaction of those who requested presentations (coordinators) from the Center, which are typically provided to classes and student organizations. A short electronic survey was developed and sent to program coordinators from August 2021 through June 2022. The LGBTQ+ Pride Center also wanted to measure the satisfaction of presentation participants, who usually attend as a part of a class or as a part of a student organization. A short electronic survey was developed and link provide to presentation participants from August 2021 through September 2022. The attached report provides a summary of results of those assessments.
|Green Dot Bystander Intervention Overview & Training Evaluations 2021-2022|
According to its website (greendot.tamu.edu), Green Dot is an international movement built on the premise that individuals can systematically and measurably reduce the levels of power-based personal violence found in their community. Students, staff and faculty who participated in the Texas A&M Green Dot Bystander Intervention training classes and the Green Dot Overview virtual workshops were surveyed to assess the programs and how attending affected participants’ understanding of concepts related to power-based personal violence. The attached report summarizes the results of those assessments.
|DSA Awards Committee Awards Nomination Experience Assessment FA 2022|
The Division of Student Affairs Awards Committee wanted to understand how the DSA Awards nomination process was perceived by DSA staff in an effort to increase the number of award nominations. Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (SAPAR) assisted the committee in developing a survey to assess the DSA staff about the nomination process; the attached report summarizes the results of that survey. Response rate was 47%.
|Health Promotions - Sex in the Dark Workshop 2021-2022|
The Sex in the Dark workshop, conducted by Health Promotion (HP), is designed to increase students’ knowledge of their sexual health. Learning outcomes developed for Sex in the Dark workshop include:
• Participants will report increased knowledge of healthy sexual behaviors.
Surveys were developed to measure participants’ learning, as well as gauge participants’ overall impression of the program and perceptions of the facilitators of the program. Programs offered in 2021-2022 were both in-person and virtual. The attached report summarizes the results of the survey.
|Health Promotions STAND UP Overview and Workshop Evaluations 2021-2022|
Health Promotions within Student Life offers workshops providing educational support for the STAND Up campaign on the Texas A&M University campus inviting Aggies to Step In and Stand Up against sexual harassment and sexual violence. In 2021-2022, two separate programs were offered: The STAND Up Overview, an hour-long presentation intended to provide general information about the impacts of trauma related to experiencing power-based personal violence, and the STAND Up workshop, a three and one-half hour, in-person workshop designed to provide a more thorough understanding of impacts of trauma related to experiencing power-based personal violence. Surveys were distributed at the end of the Overviews and STAND Up workshops to measure participants’ learning and satisfaction. The attached report summarizes the results of the assessments of both the STAND UP overview and workshops.
|LGBTQ+ Pride Center Rainbow Resource Fair|
The LGBTQ+ Pride Center (Pride Center) hosted the Rainbow Resource Fair on Thursday, September 8, 2022, for students, faculty, and staff. Rainbow Resource Fair is an event that connects Aggies and provides opportunities for those attending to learn about affirming student organizations, religious organizations, and available campus resources. In addition to the in person event, the Pride Center hosted a virtual Rainbow Resource Fair the following week through the Pride Center’s Instagram page. The Pride Center wanted to assess the experience of those who attended the event. This is the fourth time Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research helped the Pride Center assess the Rainbow Resource Fair.
|2022 The Big Event Community & Participant Surveys|
Two surveys were created to understand how students were impacted by participating in The Big Event (TBE), and how members of the Bryan/College Station community reacted to their experience with The Big Event during Spring 2022. The feedback collected was from both the community members who registered for a job and the student participants who registered. This report covers the responses from both groups. This was the 17th time Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (SAPAR) helped TBE committee in assessing community members or student participants’ experiences with TBE.
|Counseling and Psychological Services Suicide Prevention Training - Jan 2021-Aug 2022|
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides suicide awareness and prevention training workshops for students, faculty, and staff. CAPS wanted to know if participants were learning the information covered during the training and their comfort level in talking about suicide to others. Additionally, CAPS wanted to understand what participants thought about the training and how to improve it in the future. This was the first time Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research assisted CAPS in assessing their suicide awareness and prevention training.
|Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)||Suicide-Training-Summary-Report.pdf||09/27/2022|
|LGBTQ+ Pride Center Open House - Fall 2022|
The LGBTQ+ Pride Center hosted the Pride Center Open House on Thursday, August 25, 2022. They wanted to assess the experiences of those who attended the event. This is the second time Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research helped the Pride Center assess their Open House.
|Offices of the Dean of Student Life||Summary-Report-Open-House-Fall-2022.pdf||09/06/2022|
|Rec Sports Climbing Wall Focus Group - Spring 2022|
The department of Recreational Sports (Rec Sports or the Rec) strives to serve all Texas A&M students. The Outdoor Adventures staff recognized that they did not have female students use the climbing wall at the same level as male students. They wanted to understand why female students did not use the climbing wall and what staff could do to encourage more female students to utilize the facilities. To understand the experiences of female students, a focus group was conducted with female students who regularly utilized the Rec Center but did not use the climbing wall regularly. While Outdoor Adventures has worked with Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (SAPAR) before, this was the first time for this specific project.
The International Festival, known as I-Week, is a weeklong festival and Texas A&M’s largest cultural celebration. It is designed to bring cultural awareness to those attending as well as to serve as a platform for cultural organizations and individuals to share their home cultures with the Texas A&M community. This year, I-Week took place on March 28-April 1, 2022, and consisted of a variety of events including I-Exhibit, I-Story, I-Dinner, I-Show, I-Art, and I-Awards. International Student Association (ISA) wanted to assess attendees for any activity during the weeklong event. This is the second year that Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (formerly Student Life Studies) worked with the International Student Association to assess this annual program.
|Memorial Student Center||Summary-Report-I-Week-2022.pdf||08/30/2022|
|Client Follow-Up Meeting Feedback|
Starting in the summer of 2020, Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (SAPAR) staff members began scheduling meetings with clients several weeks after assessment projects were completed. The purpose of these follow-up meetings was to find out what information from the report stood out to clients, how clients might use or share the results, or if there was any additional analysis Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research could provide. The department wanted to gather feedback from clients to know if these short follow-up meetings were beneficial or if the department could do something to make them more helpful. This is the fourth time this assessment was administered since the fall of 2020.
|Student Life Studies||Client-Follow-Up-Summary-Report.pdf||08/24/2022|
|Student Conduct Conferences 2021-2022|
The Student Conduct Office (SCO) wanted to assess students’ experience with and the learning from their conduct conferences to continue to improve how their office works with students in the future. The Student Conduct Office previously used a national survey to assess students’ experience, but the questions did not focus on the priorities identified by the unit. This is the second year Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research (SAPAR) assisted SCO in assessing the conduct conferences.
|Vice President for Student Affairs||Conference-Survey-2021-2022-Summary-Report.pdf||08/23/2022|
|Student Experience Assessment|
Student Assistance Services (SAS) is one of the units in Student Life where students are often referred to for a variety of reasons such as concerning behavior, student death, sexual violence, withdrawal from school, student welfare checks, and general consultation. Student Assistance Services wanted to gather feedback on the experience of students who meet with staff in their office. This is the fourth time this assessment project has been conducted.
|Offices of the Dean of Student Life||Summary-Report-SAS-Student-Survey-21-22.pdf||08/01/2022|
|Report Title||Brief Description||Sponsoring Department||Summary Report||Completed|