Assessment | Casper College, Wyoming



Dr. Melissa Stahley-Cummings
Director, Assessment Department

Updates for Fall 2018

This semester we are assessing outcomes 4 & 5.

We need artifacts by October 10, 2018 for:

• Outcome #4 – Demonstrate knowledge of Diverse Cultures and Historical Perspective 
• Outcome #5 – Appreciate Aesthetic and Creative Activities

Download cover sheet to submit artifacts (PDF)

Institutional Assessment & Survey Dates for Fall 2018

* Institutional Student Learning Outcomes Scoring: October 19 & 26th

* HLC Accreditation Visit:  October 22-23rd

* SCOPE Survey:  October 21-November 4th

* Climate Survey: Title IX-Sexual Misconduct November 11-18th

* EvaluationKit Training for faculty November 16, 2018 

Casper College Course Evaluation Policy: All credit-bearing courses will be evaluated

Course Evaluations

Summer 2019 -- July 14-21
Fall 2019 -- Early Ending Course Evaluations -- Sept 29-Oct. 6
Fall 2019 -- End of Term Course Evaluations -- Nov. 24-Dec. 8

Spring 2020 -- Early Ending Course Evaluations -- March 1-8
Spring 2020 -- End of Term Course Evaluations -- April 26-May 10

Course Evaluation Institutional Results

Casper College Assessment Mission
As an accredited institution, Casper College is committed to implementing an assessment plan that will produce clear evidence of student learning. The institution will guide and support learning facilitators in the systematic documentation of student learning and will disseminate such documentation both to the college community and the community at large.
Casper College Institutional Student Learning Outcomes

As graduates of Casper College, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication 
  2. Use the scientific method
  3. Solve problems using critical thinking and creativity
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultures and historical perspectives
  5. Appreciate aesthetic and creative activities
  6. Use appropriate technology and information to conduct research
  7. Describe the value of personal, civic, and social responsibilities
  8. Use quantitative analytical skills to evaluate and process numerical data

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