DEADLINE: Yearly Assessment Reports for all major, minors, graduate, and non-degree programs are due the last Friday in October, every academic year.
The College of Arts and Sciences assessment timeline includes yearly themes and target deadlines through Spring 2019.
Submitting Your Report
Click here to view the new Yearly Assessment Report Submission Form
Please submit your yearly assessment report to: email@example.com
File naming convention:
Please write the name of your program or department in the subject line.
For example: FineArts_Major (if you decide to submit a separate report for major and minor); FineArts_Aggregate (when submitting an aggregate report)
Trouble submitting or uploading files?
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for quick tips, troubleshooting, and any questions that arise.
Curricular Map Examples
Faculty Directors of Curriculum Development
For guidance in carrying out assessment requirements, and answers to specific questions that may arise, please contact the Faculty Director of Curriculum Development (FDCD) in your specific area. If you are unsure what area your program falls under, and/or what FDCD you should contact for help, please refer to the FDCD Organization Chart.
Alexandra Amati, email@example.com - Performing Arts
Mark Meritt, firstname.lastname@example.org - Rhetoric and Language
John Lendvay, email@example.com - Environmental Sciences
- Social Sciences
Michael Jonas, firstname.lastname@example.org - Economics
Handy Reference Materials for Assessment
Below, find a helpful collection of reference materials about various areas of assessment.
We hope you find these helpful through your assessment journey.
A HANDY GUIDE TO ASSESSMENT - COMING SOON!
- A comprehensive (and quick!) guide to assessment is on its way.
- Bloom's Taxonomy - Action Verbs Revised Guide
- Analytic Critical Thinking Rubric
- Analytic Writing Rubric
- Holistic Critical Thinking Rubric
- Holistic Writing Rubric
Program Learning Outcomes
- Powerpoint from workshop on "Program Learning Outcomes" offered on October 6th, 2016
- Handout: Active Verbs for Student Learning Outcome Articulation
- Handout: Learning Outcome Domains
Developing and Implementing Good Academic Rubrics
- Powerpoint from workshop on "Developing Good Academic Rubrics" offered on April 6th, 2017
- Worksheet: Rubric Development
USF Institutional Assessment Efforts
To know more about assessment done across the University, click here.
More questions for us?
Corie Schwabenland Garcia, email@example.com