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Assessment at Baruch

Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Institutional Effectiveness



Statement of Purpose

The purpose of the Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Institutional Effectiveness is to provide leadership, consultation, collaboration, support, and training on assessment, planning, institutional effectiveness, and accreditation.  This includes the areas of strategic and operational planning, assessment of student learning and development, assessment of teaching, assessment of administrative and educational support units, institutional effectiveness, and the connection of assessment, planning, and resource allocation, across all academic and administrative divisions, departments, programs and units at Baruch College.

The Office also facilitates organizational compliance with the Middle States Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation, as well as the systematic organization of institutional efforts on attainment ofthe Baruch College mission and goals.

The Office collaborates with colleagues in the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs on their accreditation through the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA), as well as with colleagues in the Zicklin School of Business on their accreditation through the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

 

The Baruch College Learning Collaborative: A framework for institutional effectiveness

The Baruch College conceptual model for institutional effectiveness is that of a learning collaborative. Extensive resources and a structured learning and development curriculum on the higher education policy context, teaching and learning and their assessment, measurement and evaluation for administrative and operational units, research design and analysis, strategic and operational planning, and accreditation.are available to the Baruch College community by using your network User Name and Password to access the Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Institutional Effectiveness Learning Collaborative site.