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Provost's Committee on Assessment

In order to demonstrate the role of the Office of Assessment in overseeing and guiding institutional effectiveness at the institutional level, the Office of Assessment manages the Provost’s Committee on Assessment (PCA) which consists of three assessment subcommittees that meet monthly throughout the academic year. These assessment subcommittees include faculty and staff representatives from each college, school, and branch. The three assessment subcommittees are: Academic Program, General Education, and Administrative Unit. The PCA and its subcommittees act as the governing body of UNM’s assessment infrastructure at the institutional level.

The purpose of the APAS is to oversee, examine, streamline, establish, and communicate assessment reporting processes, practices, documents, and expectations for UNM’s academic programs. It facilitates the annual collection, review, and evaluation of academic programs’ assessment reports.

The purpose of the GEAS is to oversee, examine, streamline, establish, and communicate assessment reporting processes, practices, documents, and expectations for UNM’s General Education Program (also known as the UNM Core Curriculum). It facilitates the annual collection, review, and synthesis of UNM Core assessment reports at the course level.

The purpose of the AUAS is to oversee, examine, streamline, establish, and communicate assessment reporting processes, practices, documents, and expectations for UNM’s administrative units. It facilitates the annual collection, review, and evaluation of administrative units’ assessment reports.

Institutional Reports
Documents and Templates
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