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Office of Assessment
Dwight Hall Room 113
100 State St. PO Box 9101
Framingham, MA 01701
mnicholas1@framingham.edu

Linked-Courses
Framingham State University offers courses that are “linked” by the same students in both courses and common themes presented by the professors. Both instructors work closely together to develop curricula that help students learn material in ways that, on the surface, do not seem compatible. At the request of the faculty members teaching these courses, the Office of Assessment developed an open-ended student survey to better understand the format of these linked-courses. The qualitative data was analyzed and presented to the faculty members.

Linked-course Format Survey Results Summary, Fall 2012

 

Academic Advising
Every Spring semester, students are asked to complete a survey about their experience with academic advising. The results are separated and distributed to each department. The overall findings are presented at the Annual Faculty Retreat.

Academic Advising Survey Results Summary, Spring 2012
Academic Advising Survey Results Summary, Spring 2013

 

CASA Academic Success Peer Tutoring
The Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA) annually assesses their Academic Success Peer Tutoring program to not only improve the program overall, but uses the data gathered from the survey to offer feedback and training to Peer Tutors.

CASA Academic Success Peer Tutoring Survey Results Summary, Fall 2011
CASA Academic Success Peer Tutoring Survey Results Summary, Fall 2012

 

College Tomorrow
High school students who attend College Tomorrow are asked to complete a survey that incorporates indirect and direct assessment of the overall program.

College Tomorrow Survey Results Summary, Summer 2012

 

Supplemental Instruction
Courses that are included in the Supplemental Instruction program, led by the Center for Academic Support and Advising (CASA), conducts assessments to monitor progress and measure the success of students who take advantage of the additional support.

Supplemental Instruction Survey Results Summary, Fall 2012

 

STEM Vision Grant Project
As a result of a Vision Project Grant, STEM faculty members were engaged with a redesign of their course(s). During the Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 semester, several STEM faculty members participated in the assessment of their course as a result of this revised approach. To protect confidentiality, only pre-course survey results are posted here.

STEM Vision Project Grant "pre-" Survey Summary Results, Spring 2013                              STEM Vision Project Grant "pre-" Survey Summary Results, Fall 2012 

First-year Foundations                                                                                

First-year Foundations Results Summary

 

Framingham State University

100 State Street

PO Box 9101

Framingham, MA 01701-9101

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Phone: 508-620-1220