The primary use of student learning assessments is to guide faculty and the University in its efforts to improve student learning of knowledge and skills that are essential for our students to succeed in school and the work place. Additionally, student learning assessment is one source of data used during annual program reviews and in determining allocation of finances.
Every Academic Program at LHU is required to participate in assessments of both General Education and Program Student Learning Outcomes. Important information and guidelines concerning these learning assessments can be found at:
- Assessment of General Education Student Learning Outcomes
- Assessment of Program Student Learning Outcomes
Where to go for help?. The Outcomes Assessment Committee and Academic Affairs Assessment Council are available to help faculty and programs with assessment of both General Education and Program Learning Outcomes. Questions regarding General Education assessments should be directed to the OAC while questions related to Program Learning Assessment should be directed to the AAAC.