Assessment of Administrative Units

Administrative units at Lincoln University provide substantive and positive contributions to student persistence and success. As such, the assessment of these units is a critical element of the student learning assessment process and campus wide achievement of student learning outcomes.  These units are aligned with the themes of the Strategic Plan and the university mission and vision.  As such, assessment of these units will provide measures of continuous improvement towards the objectives of the Strategic Plan.  Additionally, some units may align with the ILOs and provide support for the General Education curriculum.  MSCHE Standard III stresses the importance of evaluation for administrative units to determine their effectiveness in enhancing retention and supporting students throughout their educational experience.  

Administrative Assessment Committee

The Administrative Assessment Committee works to support administrative units in conducting effective and meaningful assessment of their respective services and offices.

Functions of the Committee include:  

  • Establishing, reviewing and updating policies and guidelines related to administrative unit assessment
  • Communicating administrative unit assessment results to the campus community, as appropriate
  • Providing constructive feedback on administrative unit assessment
  • Providing support to administrative unit during the comprehensive review process
  • Providing recommendations for enhancing and improving the adminstrative unit assessment process
  • Facilitating university wide discussion of assessment results to enhance programs and services 
  • Researching assessment best practices in order to communicate them and provide training to administrative units 

The Administrative Unit Assessment Committee is comprised of representatives from selected administrative units across campus. Standing members include the Director of Assessment and Assistant Provost of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Planning. The Director of Assessment chairs the committee.

Administrative Units:

  • Admissions (main campus)
  • Admissions (SACE)
  • Advancement Services and Operations
  • Alumni Relations
  • Annual Giving
  • Athletics-Sports Program
  • Band
  • Bursar
  • Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
  • Communications and Public Relations
  • Community and Government Relations
  • Conference Services and Special Events
  • Controller Office
  • Corporate and Foundation Relations
  • Enrollment Management
  • Facilities
  • Faculty Affairs
  • Faculty Athletics Representative
  • Financial Aid
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Planning
  • Institutional Equity
  • Library
  • Major and Planned Giving
  • Media Center
  • Public Safety
  • Purchasing and Contracts
  • Registrar
  • Sponsored Programs
  • Title III
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Wellness Center and Student Activities