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The Assessment Committee supports the concept of advising checks and balances by:

  • Researching advising assessments at other universities and recommending those that would be benefit UNF advising
  • Developing, maintaining, and disseminating quality assessments twice a year to students with findings reported to AAC and the Dean of Undergraduate Studies to see what is and isn't working in advising
  • Providing on-going assessment feedback to the AAC for integration into training activities

Note: the Assessment Committee will be evolving to include retention efforts being focused on by the University. Some of the retention duties may include the following:

  • Collaborate with the Dean of Undergraduate Studies to determine what data, directly or indirectly linked to advising, is needed to identify barriers to student success and retention
  • Collaborate with Institutional Advancement and Enrollment Services for data on specific populations of UNF students with the purpose of identifying barriers to academic success and improve retention
  • Serve as a resource for administrators and faculty in terms of using data to help increase first-to-second-year retention rate and 6-year graduation rate