Data Assessment

General Education Assessment

UniLOA

The UniLOA is a survey that measures student behaviors within the domains of Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness, Communication, Diversity, Citizenship, Membership & Leadership, and Relationships. The UniLOA is currently delivered to students in PSY 202: Adult Development and Life Assessment, a required course for all online undergraduate students at Ashford University and in EXP 103: Freshman Experience for all campus undergraduate students. The results from the January 2011 administration are below.

Results Report

A Descriptive Analysis of Data Collected and Compiled by:
The Center for Learning Outcomes Assessment, Inc
April 14, 2011

Mark Frederick, Ph.D.
Assistant to the Vice-President for Student Affairs
Office of Research and Effectiveness
Indiana State University

Will Barratt, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Interim Chair
Department of Educational Leadership, Administration, and Foundations
Indiana State University


Federal regulations published in October, 2010, require institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). These required disclosures include a program’s 1) program costs; 2) on-time completion rates; 3) median loan debt; 4) links to O*NET SOC descriptions; and 5) placement rates. Please find information regarding Ashford University Program Disclosure.