The Office of Assessment & Academic Program Review provides institutional level reports regarding the University’s comprehensive assessment program. These reports are shared with the UNM community to evidence the institution’s oversight and evaluation of the assessment infrastructures, processes, and practices at the program and college/school/branch levels. Additionally, these reports serve to highlight the institution’s commitment to maintaining a culture of improvement at UNM by providing feedback to the UNM community regarding action steps and improvements at the institutional level. The following reports are based on internal and external measures that are used to review, assess, and evaluate the assessment endeavors of UNM’s academic programs.

UNM Academic Program State of Assessment Report

Academic Years2012-2013 | 2013-2014 | 2014-2015 | 2015-2016 | 2016-2017 | 2017-2018 | 2018-2019 | 2019-2020 | 2020-2021

This report is based on the Academic Program Assessment Maturity Rubric which is administered annually to evaluate the assessment maturity of each academic program as well as determine the overall state of assessment of each college, school, and branch. The Academic Program Assessment Maturity Rubric was revised in September 2018 and will be reflected in reports from 2017-2018 onward. 

UNM Co-curricular Program State of Assessment Report


This new report is based on submitted assessment plans and reports from co-curricular programs at UNM. The summary report reviews the co-curricular assessment climate, describes the OA/APR analysis process, and offers several assessment strengths and challenges identified by the OA/APR analysis.

UNM General Education Assessment Report

Academic Years2019-2020 | Infographic | 2020-2021 | Infographic | 2021-2022 | Infographic

Assessment of General Education programming is required by the New Mexico Higher Education Department (NMHED). The NMHED established five General Education essential skills to be taught and assessed at all New Mexico post-secondary institutions. These reports include quantitative and qualitative analysis of student artifacts relating to the five essential skills.