This website serves as a clearing house for assessment-related information for UC Merced.
On these pages, you will find descriptions of UC Merced's
- Assessment Principles
- Assessment Committees
- Academic Program Assessment, including undergraduate learning outcomes, and
- Administrative Program Assessment
- Staff with assessment-related expertise
- Annual Assessment as Research Symposium
together with policies, guidelines, templates and other information, including schedules.
For accreditation-related information, visit accreditation.ucmerced.edu.
For assessment in the Division of Student Affairs, visit studentaffairs.ucmerced.edu/assessment-research-and-evaluation
6th Annual Assessment as Research Symposium
Hosted by the Campus Working Group on Assessment & Office of Undergraduate Education
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
9:00 - 12:00 AM, KL 355 Conference Room
UC Merced's SATAL program received a 2018 Professional Organizational Development (POD) Innovation Award for its project, "Students Helping Students Provide Valuable Feedback on Course Evaluations. An effort to elicit more actionable feedback to the open-ended questions on the Student Evaluations of Teaching (SETs) by partnering with undergraduate interns to implement a peer-led video presentation on the importance of completing SETs."
UC Merced Library's Assessment in Action (AiA) team's "Assessing the Value of Course-Embedded Information Literacy on Student Learning and Achievement" (College and Research Libraries, Vol 77, No 2) is recognized by the Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) of the American Library Association as a LIRT Top 20 Library Instruction Article for 2016.
UC Merced is a recipient of the 2012 CHEA Award for Outstanding Institutional Practice in Student Learning Outcomes.