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Administrative and Student Support Units Assessment

All administrative and student support units are required to identify goals and assess outcomes in support of the University’s Strategic Plan. These goals should be clearly aligned to the mission of the unit and focus on strengthening and improving critical functions, services and processes that impact stakeholder satisfaction, and or initiatives and projects that contribute to the university’s ability to achieve its strategic goals.  Units that have student learning as part of their mission will need to be sure to include one or more goals related to student learning achievement.

 

Annual Assessment Using Tk20

All administrative and student support units must enter the unit’s mission statement, goals, objectives, methods and measures, results and analysis, and improvement plans into Tk20 as shown in the example below.

[Unit Name]
Goals/Objectives Methods and Measures Results and Analysis Improvement Plans
[Goal 1]
[Objective 1] [Methods and Measures]
How was the objective measured? As appropriate, include details such as the achievement target (if not already embedded in objective), when the assessment took place, and responsible parties.
[Results]
Brief overview of results. May be narrative, tabular, graphic or combination. Include whether the objective was Met, Partially Met or Not Met. Attach supporting documentation as appropriate.
[Analysis]
What conclusions can be drawn from the results? Indicate strengths or if was notable progress made. Indicate any issues that will require special/continued attention.
[Improvement Plans]
Describe the actions to be taken based on the findings of this assessment. How will proposed changes be implemented? If no changes need to be made, please explain.

Indicate the following if known:Individual(s) responsible for action(s)
Target date for action
Priority (High/Medium/Low)
Additional Resources Needed, if any

[Objective 2]
[Goal 2]
[Objective 1]
[Objective 2]
[Objective 3]

 

Resources

For more information on administrative unit assessment and worksheets, please refer to the resources below.

Assessment Schedule
TK20

Tk20 is Mason’s assessment planning and reporting software tool. All academic and administrative units will enter their annual assessment data in this system. Tk20 is a robust, interactive tool that can be used for tracking progress toward goals, and reporting for accreditation. For user information, please refer to the quick start guide.

If you are a new user or are having trouble logging in, please contact Karen Manley at kmanley@gmu.edu or 703-993-8834.

Administrative and Student Support Units Reporting in Tk20
Administrative and Student Support Units Reporting in Tk20
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