Office of Assessment, Accreditation and Program Review

University Assessment Committee


Assessment  is an ongoing process aimed at understanding and improving student learning.  


UAC Membership (Liaison)

The University Assessment Committee (UAC) is responsible for the design and implementation of the institutional assessment process. Through liaisons designated by the colleges and student support service units responsible for co-curricular offerings, the UAC evaluates assessment activity at the program level, and provides feedback to faculty, staff members, and administrators. 

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Meeting Minutes

Read University Assessment Committee (UAC) meeting minutes



Liaison Resources 

For Navigating the Assessment Tracking Tool, Writing Effective Student Learning Outcomes, Curriculum Mapping, VALUE Institute Assessment Project and CAS Standards

Frequently Asked Questions

Question on the following topics,  Assessment Reports, Curriculum Maps, Assessment Plans, Core Curriculum Course Assessment Reports and Co-Curricular Assessment. 

Assessment Day

Check here for assessment related events and activities and handouts. 

Assessment Plans

The University of Toledo's assessment process is defined in the University Assessment Plan. The document was created by the Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Program Review, in collaboration with the University Assessment Committee.

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Assessment Reports

All academic programs and academic support service units affiliated with the University Assessment Committee are required to submit an annual assessment report.

Excellence in Assessment Award

Annual awards to recognize academic programs and service units that exemplify the process of assessment - those who have demonstrated growth and expansion in the efforts to gather, to review, and to use data about students' learning. 

Last Updated: 1/22/24