Assessment & Effectiveness (A&E) is one of 12 departments in Associated Students Inc. at California State University, Fullerton. A&E enhances opportunities for students to engage in the Titan Experience by fostering a culture of evidence and helping fellow staff gather information to improve the student experience and make data-informed decisions. A&E actively collaborates with ASI staff and students in the assessment process to strengthen ASI and the students we serve.
Contact the Assessment & Effectiveness office:
Phone: (657) 278-8153
1) When you have an idea for a study, contact Assessment & Effectiveness as soon as possible by completing the Assessment Support Request form.
2) During the initial planning meeting, we will…
3) Throughout the following 4-6 weeks, we will collaboratively plan and develop your study.
4) Data collection (according to study plan)
5) Data analysis and reporting (according to study plan)
6) A&E will be available upon request to consult on the interpretation of findings, continuous improvement action planning, and advisement for continued/future study.
Depending on your study’s purpose and scope and your assessment support needs, the time needed to complete studies varies.
Please plan ahead and allocate enough time to ensure that all aspects of the studies can be accomplished.
We encourage you to plan for 6 weeks between your initial idea and the implementation of the project.
If A&E is able and needed to conduct data analysis, we may need approximately 3-4 weeks to analyze the data and prepare a report.
Developing, planning, and implementing all programs and services with a focus on student outcomes, ASI is currently assessing the outcomes featured below.
To maintain an awareness of and continuously improve organizational effectiveness, operational performance, and student impact, ASI departments track the following key performance indicators (KPIs)—data points that inform the health of the overall organization.
A student involved in the activities, programs, and services of ASI develops skills and abilities related to practical competence, self-efficacy, and inclusive interdependence. ASI’s facilities, services, and experiences are designed and assessed through these 3 themes of development with sets of learning outcomes articulated specifically for each type of involvement: student employment, student leadership, and student program participation.