Institutional Assessment

Assessment at Lincoln University is designed to enhance the Institutional Effectiveness process through the systematic, sustained, and organized process of collecting, analyzing, and acting on assessment outcomes.

Assessment News:

  • 2021-2022 LU Assessment Dates
  • LU Assessment Day! May 11, 2022 (see below for updates)
  • Free Professional Development Modules!
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    • Module 1: Choosing Assessments for Intercultural, Global &/or Equity-Inclusion Learning

Assessment Functions Include:

  • Assisting academic and administrative departments in the development, analysis and interpretation of assessment strategies to meet the goals of defined learning outcomes;
  • Facilitating comprehensive assessment and evaluation of the General Education program and institutional learning outcomes;
  • Supporting faculty and staff in conducting effective program/unit reviews;
  • Providing professional development and training opportunities for conducting effective and meaningful assessment;
  • Coordinating all assessment activities at the University through the centralized support of an assessment and compliance management system.

Assessment Day!

We are planning for the 5th Annual Assessment Day at Lincoln University!  Updates for Assessment Day 2022 will be posted here. 

The purpose of assessment day is to share assessment updates, support faculty, staff, and administrators with completing their assessment reports, creating their assessment plans for the upcoming year, and ensuring that all academic programs, student support areas, and administrative units are in alignment with the University's mission, vision, and strategic plan.

Prior Assessment Day Schedules

Consortiums

Lincoln University is a founding member of the Philadelphia Higher Education Assessment Leaders Consortium (PHEAL). Currently, the consortium’s website is hosted by Drexel University. The link below will provide you access to various assessment resources including the MSCHE revised standards, curriculum mapping techniques, program, and course level outcomes resources and tools for developing rubrics.