​Assessment of Program Learning Outcomes​

At UW-Stevens Point, the assessment of student learning is intended to provide the foundation for all academic planning and decision-making. The ultimate goal of assessment is to ensure the continuous improvement of student learning by refining the courses, programs, and policies that make student learning possible.

The review and evaluation of student learning in academic programs of study is the responsibility of the Assessment Subcommittee, which resides under the Common Council’s Academic Affairs Committee. Departments should consult the Reporting Cycle for Assessment and Department Review 2011-2021 (revised May, 2016) for the most up-to-date information regarding the reporting cycle.
For assistance or advice on matters related to the Assessment Subcommittee at UW-Stevens Point, please contact:

Vera Klekovkina
Assessment Coordinator
Phone: (715) 346-3232
Email: vklekovk@uwsp.edu

Dan Graf
Co-Chair, Assessment Subcommittee
Phone: (715) 346-2285 
Email: dgraf@uwsp.edu 

For other questions related to assessment of student learning, please contact:

Todd Huspeni
Associate Vice Chancellor for Teaching, Learning, and Strategic Planning 
Phone: (715) 346-4250
Email: Todd.Huspeni@uwsp.edu


Campus Labs – Our new assessment management system 

The general link to Campus Labs is https://uwsp.campuslabs.com/

Launch of Campus Labs for Program Assessment, April 28, 2018 



Fillable Form

  • Fillable form to assist you step-by-step in submitting your program’s 2018-2019 Interim Assessment Report

Launch of Campus Labs for GEP Assessment, May 21, 2018 


Common Rubrics for the GEP Foundation Level:


We invite you to explore helpful guidelines of "Providing Evidence of Student Learning: A Transparency Framework" prepared by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA). 


The above figure is from the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. (2011). Transparency Framework. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA). Retrieved from: http://www.learningoutcomesassessment.org/TransparencyFramework.htm