Office of Institutional Assessment, Effectiveness, and Research

Welcome to the Office of Institutional Assessment, Effectiveness, and Research (OIAER)! The OIAER works to advance the mission of CHSU through fostering a culture of continuous improvement and institutional effectiveness through data-driven insights to support decision making. Below is some more information about the OIAER and some helpful resources to get you started.

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Request for CHSU Data

If you have a need for CHSU related data for for legitimate education interest and conduct of scholarship, please fill out the online request form below:

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CHSU Global Learning Outcomes

CHSU has defined Global Learning Outcomes (GLOs) that the institution expects all students to achieve before graduation. The GLOs are linked to academic and co-curricular activities for tracking of GLO achievement for individual students and outcome-based assessments of the educational programs.

CHSU Global Learning Outcomes (GLOs)

I. Learner
Planning and learning strategically then undertaking it with diligence. Receiving and reflecting on feedback. Adapting and making changes when necessary.
II. Collaborator
Coordinating identities, social processes and human interactions to achieve shared goals in a context of mutual respect.
III. Reflector
Examining and assessing one’s own performance, and intellectual and emotional state of mind.
IV. Professionalism
Seeking collaboration with patients, society, one’s disciplinary colleagues, and other professionals through trust and shared accountability. Demonstrating humanistic behavior, including openness, respect, compassion, probity, honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity that supersedes self-interest; striving to achieve the highest standards of performance through invention, resilience and grit; continuing to learn and grow throughout life.
V. Communicator
Oral and written exchange of ideas, sentiments, observations and opinions to achieve mutual understanding and influence.
VI. Decision-Maker
Achieving desired results by systematically gathering appropriate data, considering circumstantial factors, and making decisions and plans that meet contextual standards of excellence.
VII. Practitioner
Possessing the range of competencies required to graduate.

Rev. 4/16/2019

CHSU Program Learning Outcomes
Assessment Resources

The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has developed and made available 15 rubrics through the VALUE Project that address essential learning outcomes. Some of the AAC&U VALUE rubrics are being used by CHSU in their rubric development. These rubrics are being reframed to better fit the mission and values of CHSU, as well as the graduate level competencies of our programs.

Individuals at AAC&U member institutions are welcome to reproduce the VALUE rubrics for use in the classroom and in intra-institutional publications. Please be sure to credit AAC&U using the following permission statement: “Reprinted [or Excerpted] with permission from [Title]. Copyright [Year] by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.” A permission fee will be assessed for requests to reprint the rubrics in course packets or in publications intended for sale. Please see AAC&U’s permission policies about how to request permission.

VALUE rubrics used at CHSU include:

» Civic Engagement

» Critical Thinking

» Intercultural Knowledge & Competence

» Lifelong Learning

» Oral Communication

» Problem Solving

» Teamwork

» Written Communication