Office of Assessment, Accreditation and Program Review

Co-Curricular Assessment

Definition of Co-Curricular

Co-curricular programs are intentionally designed learning opportunities sponsored by the University of Toledo that fall outside of the scope of a credit-bearing course. They are purposefully aligned to, and support student development in, one or more of the institutional student learning outcomes (ISLO).

Each academic program and service unit that offers co-curricular programming is responsible for: (a) determining the program’s alignment with the ISLOs; and (b) assessing and reporting the program’s impact on students’ learning.

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Co-Curricular Assessment

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Last Updated: 6/27/22